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09 Apr 2017 19:01

TheRedstoneHive wrote:
I made a planet addon just for TRAPPIST-1 e - It adds onto the TRAPPIST-1 plugin made by SpaceEngineer, and will add on to the TRAPPIST-1 system that will be released in a future update.

Thanks!  Would this go in the addons folder right along with the .pak file?
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09 Apr 2017 19:23

https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.04166

Based on that paper, Trappist-1 is a flare star (much like Proxima Centauri) so the chances of any kind of advanced life on its planets is unlikely, though simple unicellular life might still exist.
 
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10 Apr 2017 12:17

A-L-E-X wrote:
https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.04166

Based on that paper, Trappist-1 is a flare star (much like Proxima Centauri) so the chances of any kind of advanced life on its planets is unlikely, though simple unicellular life might still exist.

:)
 
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10 Apr 2017 12:19

A-L-E-X wrote:
TheRedstoneHive wrote:
I made a planet addon just for TRAPPIST-1 e - It adds onto the TRAPPIST-1 plugin made by SpaceEngineer, and will add on to the TRAPPIST-1 system that will be released in a future update.

Thanks!  Would this go in the addons folder right along with the .pak file?

Put the file in addons/catalogs/planets
 
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10 Apr 2017 17:36

TheRedstoneHive wrote:
A-L-E-X wrote:
https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.04166

Based on that paper, Trappist-1 is a flare star (much like Proxima Centauri) so the chances of any kind of advanced life on its planets is unlikely, though simple unicellular life might still exist.

:)

I've been reading up on this some more and it seems like more advanced life MIGHT be possible if the planet can retain its atmosphere.  What is required is a strong magnetic field.  We recently found a planet that still has its atmosphere intact in this kind of scenario (I posted the link somewhere on this site lol) so all hope is not yet lost!  The universe constantly surprises us.
 
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10 Apr 2017 20:38

A-L-E-X wrote:
TheRedstoneHive wrote:
A-L-E-X wrote:
https://arxiv.org/abs/1703.04166

Based on that paper, Trappist-1 is a flare star (much like Proxima Centauri) so the chances of any kind of advanced life on its planets is unlikely, though simple unicellular life might still exist.

:)

I've been reading up on this some more and it seems like more advanced life MIGHT be possible if the planet can retain its atmosphere.  What is required is a strong magnetic field.  We recently found a planet that still has its atmosphere intact in this kind of scenario (I posted the link somewhere on this site lol) so all hope is not yet lost!  The universe constantly surprises us.

YAY :)
 
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17 Apr 2017 07:02

The new article is out, with measurement of masses of all planets using combined Kepler and Spitzer data. Outer planets became much less massive then thought before. Planet h is just 7 masses of Ganymede - smaller than Mars (although error is 100%). Densities of all outer planets are less than 2, so they must be composed of water and/or ice. So updated mod have these classes for planets: b, с - desert, d - terra, e, f - oceania (partially frozen), g, h - ice world.
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17 Apr 2017 07:57

ok so i calculated myself the gravity of the planets after an updated article of the planets's mass and here my results:
planet b= 0.679g
planet c= 1.463g
planet d= 0.554g
planet e= 0.713g
planet f= 0.33g
planet g= 0.446g
planet h= 0.167g

for planet e i used an average of 0.56xEarth mass
it seems in your addon you used other value that changed the g alot (our two results...) but i am probably the one who got it wrong
so it seems planet g Is not a gas planet after all? very lower g than first results expacted...
took my half an hour to calculate all of that but it was good exercise for my mind  :)
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17 Apr 2017 10:57

Planet g never though to be a gas planet with a mass of ~1 Earths.
 
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add old vrsion 1.48?
 
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24 May 2017 23:02

SpaceEngineer wrote:
The new article is out, with measurement of masses of all planets using combined Kepler and Spitzer data. Outer planets became much less massive then thought before. Planet h is just 7 masses of Ganymede - smaller than Mars (although error is 100%). Densities of all outer planets are less than 2, so they must be composed of water and/or ice. So updated mod have these classes for planets: b, с - desert, d - terra, e, f - oceania (partially frozen), g, h - ice world.
TRAPPIST-1.pak

I've been playing with SE quite a bit and I found this version of the pak does not allow you to land on the planets (besides c) and when you click on a planet it instead shows the stars that lie beyond it.  So I went back to the March .pak and I can now land on all the planets again.
 
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06 Jul 2017 02:09

muitosabao wrote:
thank you Vladimir, for all the help. Funny story, using spaceengine we even corrected some of NASA's early press release images, since we noticed that Orion on their images looked different to ours (ESO), from Trappist-1 point of view. I checked trappist-1 position on the catalogue files of SE and it all looked correct, so we prompted them, and upon checking they had their coordinates for Trappist-1 wrong (they were using Uniview), and then corrected it!  ;)

So yes, thanks once again!

Oh gosh! Are you from European South Observatory? 
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