|neutronium76||Date: Friday, 23.09.2011, 15:35 | Message # 1|
Just wondering if there could be a tool (similar to find "F3") but with more filtering options so that it could display all stars/systems and even free floating planets, blackholes and other celestial bodies within a given radius (specified by the user and also preset values like 5 light years, 10ly 50ly, 100ly, 1000ly etc) from the camera/spaceships perspective and display that info on a table form with numbering from the closest to the farthest within the given radius. So if you are on/close to earth 1st would be sol, 2nd Proxima centauri, 3rd I can't remember shame on me.
Also it would be convenient if there is an option to display distance/speed/accel in fractions of light years instead of parsecs because most people are familiar with one light year unit rather than 1 parsec which is 3.262 light years.
Thanks a lot for your attention - keep up the great work
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|SpaceEngineer||Date: Friday, 23.09.2011, 21:05 | Message # 2|
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|Star browser is partially completed. I write more about it in some another thread, use the search function if you would like to know more about this. |