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Complex orbits in procedural systems.
TotyDate: Monday, 27.06.2011, 08:58 | Message # 1
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Is posible to generate complex orbits of asteroids and satellites in procedural systems? As happens in the solar system.

I put some pictures to explain:







As you can see there are many asteroids orbiting the sun.









The same occurs in gas giants. They have many moons and asteroids in many different orbits







However, procedural systems are very simple in this aspect.





Same in procedural gas giants.

Can this be solved? I would love to see this complexity in many systems.

Thanks, and sorry for my english. :P
 
SpaceEngineerDate: Thursday, 30.06.2011, 13:40 | Message # 2
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I don't understand. Some of your pictures show procedural systems, and they have much more complex asteroid belts (thousands of asteroids). In current version our Solar System has not so many asteroids, but it is possible to add thousands of them in catalog. BTW, your word 'complex' is not right here. All orbits are simple Kepler ellipses. But if there are many bodies orbiting the sun or gas giants, then picture seems to be 'complex'.

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