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Work progress and public beta test - 0.9.7.4
SpaceEngineerDate: Wednesday, 03.02.2016, 10:08 | Message # 1411
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Quote Vinny ()
I don't know if I'm posting this in the right place or not, but I notice something in interstellar space in SE is not right. Here what is happening: when the space craft is moving in interstellar space at 6,000.00 kilometers per second as seen on the velocity readout near the velocity vector, the space craft appear to be moving at 12,000 kilometers per second which is twice as fast as in the interplanetary space even though the velocity readout shows 6,000.00 kilometers per second, but in the interplanetary space the space craft is moving at exactly 6,000.00 kilometers per second as seen on the velocity readout near the velocity vector. The time acceleration is normal 1 second per second. Has anyone notice this bug in interstellar space? Thanks!

This bug is fixed already.

Quote ShadowRaikou ()
Hey guys. I don't know if this is real or not, or if this is realistic even. I cannot take a screenshot right now, but the Proxima Cen system, the two largest gas giants are bigger than the star itself. And they aren't like brown dwarves or anything.

Massive gas giants, brown dwarfs and late M-dwarf stars are smaller than Jupiter, because gravity prevails pressure somewhat for these objects compared to planets smaller than Jupiter and bigger stars.





 
VinnyDate: Wednesday, 03.02.2016, 16:35 | Message # 1412
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Hi, Spaceengineer!

That is excellent news! Thanks!

Cheers,
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DisasterpieceDate: Wednesday, 03.02.2016, 20:08 | Message # 1413
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This may be a bit of a dumb question, but have debris rings been removed? (Did a search, yielded nothing).




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HarbingerDawnDate: Wednesday, 03.02.2016, 20:50 | Message # 1414
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Quote Disasterpiece ()
have debris rings been removed?

I'm pretty sure they haven't.





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RodrigoDate: Thursday, 04.02.2016, 00:27 | Message # 1415
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Spacecrafts appear to be in front of the atmosphere, like in this image
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Thursday, 04.02.2016, 00:51 | Message # 1416
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Quote Rodrigo ()
Spacecrafts appear to be in front of the atmosphere, like in this image

Of course. Or atmosphere could be in front of spacecraft. SE do not support right intersection of custom models with atmosphere.





 
Oatmeal_SpigeonDate: Thursday, 04.02.2016, 04:59 | Message # 1417
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I just though of a potentially-amazing idea for a feature: have the game's music distort inside of different atmospheres.
EDIT: Found a good example here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/science....ds.html
In response to Harbinger Dawn: Sorry about that.





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Edited by Oatmeal_Spigeon - Thursday, 04.02.2016, 23:41
 
Lynk101Date: Thursday, 04.02.2016, 12:12 | Message # 1418
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They are not inside it. Follow the most closer star with accelerated time - it never cross the even horizon. Shadow of a black hole looks bigger than it's "real" size due to light bending.

O RLY?

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HarbingerDawnDate: Thursday, 04.02.2016, 12:17 | Message # 1419
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Quote Lynk101 ()
O RLY?

That's not inside the event horizon.

Quote Oatmeal_Spigeon ()
I just though of a potentially-amazing idea for a feature: have the game's music distort inside of different atmospheres.

This does not belong in this thread.





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DarkenTerraDate: Thursday, 04.02.2016, 15:06 | Message # 1420
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I wonder when the bug of volcanoes will be fixed, the bug has appeared since almost the first patch of 0.9.7.4 cry




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gingerkidjackDate: Thursday, 04.02.2016, 20:28 | Message # 1421
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After updating to this patch Black Holes no longer show up?
 
HarbingerDawnDate: Thursday, 04.02.2016, 20:31 | Message # 1422
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Quote gingerkidjack ()
After updating to this patch Black Holes no longer show up?

They seem to work for other people.





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JamjarsDate: Thursday, 04.02.2016, 20:49 | Message # 1423
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I wanted to expand upon what Lynk said about IC 1101's central supermassive black hole. I have a bunch of pics in an imgur album, but first I'll explain some things.

Before black holes were changed to have accretion disks and to have a "3D interior", IC 1101's central black hole was something around 30 AU in diameter. Pretty huge, but nowhere near the size it is now. As you'll see in the pictures, it is now almost 0.8 light years in diameter. It also says it has an accretion disk, but it obviously isn't displaying properly.

Pictures in imgur album here
I made a 30 second video of following an inner star with time acceleration, YouTube link here

You may say, well, IC 1101 is supposed to be the largest known galaxy, reaching almost six million light years across if you consider the outermost reaches/the dark matter halo and whatnot. I still think that the new black hole size is way too big. As Lynk said, there are stars "inside" of the black hole. SpaceEngineer, you said that they weren't actually inside the event horizon, but I'm curious: what constitutes being inside of the event horizon? If you visit the innermost stars, you can no longer see anything but blackness, just like when you enter the new black holes and go in far enough to make the "exit hole" disappear.

I'm certainly not an expert, but if you could take the time to look at the pictures (or visit the black hole in-game) and tell me if I'm right or wrong about this being a bug, I'd really appreciate it. I think my most compelling argument for it being a bug is the fact that it used to be smaller in previous versions.

Edit 1: After more exploring, I've noticed that the same exact black hole (with size of .77 ly diameter) can be at the center of other elliptical galaxies, namely ones that are spherical & at least 100kly in diameter. For example, check out M87.


Edited by Jamjars - Thursday, 04.02.2016, 22:45
 
PlutonianEmpireDate: Friday, 05.02.2016, 03:06 | Message # 1424
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Just found a catalog error/limitation, I don't know if it's been found previously. The star HD 2567 has a rotation period locked to its orbital period of 6662050 years. Doesn't seem very likely for a solar mass star. :P




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LookAtDatDakkaDate: Friday, 05.02.2016, 14:23 | Message # 1425
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Quote PlutonianEmpire ()
Just found a catalog error/limitation, I don't know if it's been found previously. The star HD 2567 has a rotation period locked to its orbital period of 6662050 years. Doesn't seem very likely for a solar mass star. :P


I think he forgot to add the rotational period.





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