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by Terran
17 Aug 2019 16:14
Forum: Mods and Addons
Topic: Mods and Addons - Requests, suggestions and ideas
Replies: 372
Views: 73580

Mods and Addons - Requests, suggestions and ideas

Is there a catalog addon for OGLE? If not it would be nice if someone could pull that off, tried to find "Hoth" but there wasn't an OGLE-2005-BLG-390L b, and I noticed there are only a few of at least OGLE-2005 stars. Looking into  it  OGLR is a pretty decent sized catalog, I'm surprised i...
by Terran
17 Aug 2019 15:54
Forum: Troubleshooting and Solutions
Topic: Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990
Replies: 398
Views: 14715

Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990

Rings have (floating point errors?) when pushed, example: J1407b https://i.imgur.com/twBACJx.png While this is here: HR 8799 does not contain a debri disk, which it is known for along with the 4 planets (which it has). I don't know if this is just a catalog limitation for the time being.
by Terran
16 Aug 2019 23:35
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 1573
Views: 191406

Science and Astronomy Questions

Watsisname Fascinating! Thinking more into this, it could also be considered a conservation of momentum problem. So all the energies of the system aren't lost, just exchanged, and the lack of an orbit can be considered a "ground state", where an object orbiting another is an "excited ...
by Terran
11 Aug 2019 15:31
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 1573
Views: 191406

Science and Astronomy Questions

Is there such thing as a stable orbit, or do the laws of physics forbid this? As in, any two body system should lose energy to gravitational radiation right? Even if one of the bodies were anomalous, like a space craft stabilizing an orbit, since over infinite time, it would need infinite energy to ...
by Terran
11 Aug 2019 15:21
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Science and Astronomy Questions
Replies: 1573
Views: 191406

Science and Astronomy Questions

What does a sea that is blue on earth look like on a planet under a white / blue sun? My guess, blue. I’m not sure if it reflects or refracts blue light but either way, its not absorbing it, and the sun is white, so that’s answered. Under a blue sun, probably more blue than on earth. BUT, if there ...
by Terran
19 Jun 2019 20:38
Forum: Troubleshooting and Solutions
Topic: Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990
Replies: 398
Views: 14715

Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990

ζ Puppis, aka Naos, has a mass that is over double that on wikipedia (so I am questioning which one is right), and it is showing up with 0 oblateness despite supposedly having a ridiculous rotation for that kind of star. And due to being a Alpha Cygni variable should probably look "bubbly"...
by Terran
18 Jun 2019 15:19
Forum: Development
Topic: Work progress 0.991
Replies: 37
Views: 4470

Work progress 0.991

I really thought this was fake for a second, I’m glad that SE is always having development, despite the usual delay. Which makes me wonder, would you consider having steam have opting into beta releases and send statistics and non-user generated bug reports?
by Terran
18 Jun 2019 12:42
Forum: Mods and Addons
Topic: Rodrigos Terrain & Clouds Mod
Replies: 94
Views: 38282

Rodrigos Terrain & Clouds Mod

I agree that it is not impossible, but rather extremely impractical. It would probably require a decent modification to the engine to pull off, I can totally see it being done though. (by space engineer that is) Personally I would recommend a fractal that is reflected and modulated to save performan...
by Terran
18 Jun 2019 09:18
Forum: Troubleshooting and Solutions
Topic: Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990
Replies: 398
Views: 14715

Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990

29997 Found a new one I think: WISE 0458+6434 B is a T9.5 V brown dwarf showing up from Earth? It is ludicrously bright. Look here: http://forum.spaceengine.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=546#p30004 You are fast, I'll keep searching for... anomalies (those were the biggest and nearest ones, the rest w...
by Terran
17 Jun 2019 15:36
Forum: Troubleshooting and Solutions
Topic: Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990
Replies: 398
Views: 14715

Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990

29963 Possible catalog error with HR 8976 (Kappa Andromedae), incorrect temperature resulting in this surreal red-green color seen from Earth. It's a blue sub giant with a recorded temperature of over 10,000 kelvin, shows up as 1,127 K. Look here: http://forum.spaceengine.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&...
by Terran
16 Jun 2019 13:38
Forum: Troubleshooting and Solutions
Topic: Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990
Replies: 398
Views: 14715

Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990

Possible catalog error with HR 8976 (Kappa Andromedae), incorrect temperature resulting in this surreal red-green color seen from Earth. It's a blue sub giant with a recorded temperature of over 10,000 kelvin, shows up as 1,127 K.
by Terran
12 Jun 2019 14:03
Forum: Science and Astronomy Discussions
Topic: Light pollution
Replies: 20
Views: 1221

Light pollution

Perhaps, a compromise could be to pulsate the reflectivity. Have it be an absorber for a portion of time, then if it gets too hot, start reflecting. I cant imagine any cheap engineering method short of using nanotech to pull that off. Perhaps an electrically polarized mirror, I dont know if that wou...
by Terran
12 Jun 2019 13:55
Forum: Troubleshooting and Solutions
Topic: Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990
Replies: 398
Views: 14715

Troubleshooting and bug reports - SpaceEngine 0.990

Anyone else getting a bug that whenever I zoom in the f1 view, the blue circle jumps to the bottom right of the screen and the objects vanish?
by Terran
10 Jun 2019 14:48
Forum: Development
Topic: General 0.990 Discussion
Replies: 676
Views: 103284

General 0.990 Discussion

it would be cool to explore different universes with different laws of physics. I dont think computers would be able to handle that kind of computation, we’d probably have to wait until commercialized quantum computers become affordable and supported, space engineer would the somehow have to incorp...
by Terran
10 Jun 2019 14:43
Forum: Development
Topic: Work progress 0.990
Replies: 1451
Views: 437826

Work progress 0.990

MrZoolook wrote:
Mosfet wrote:
Bugs, platform issues, thermonuclear war...

In the event of thermonuclear war, would SpaceEgine get a patch or texture update to reflect the changes on Earth? Extra dust clouds, scorched fallout zones, red oceans, California floating in the Pacific, etc?

An optimist I see.