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Lladerat
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22 Feb 2017 12:30

Sorry for asking in a wrong thread but when can we expect a quick update on Trappis-1 in SE? Thanks! 
 
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22 Feb 2017 12:37

Lladerat,you can get it here

viewtopic.php?f=10&t=190&p=3493#p3480
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23 Feb 2017 00:21

If the planets in the TRAPPIST-1 habitable zone have Earth-like atmospheres with an ozone layer, the surface will be safe from XUV irradiation. Otherwise the surface radiation flux will be rather extreme.

UV Surface Habitability of the TRAPPIST-1 System
https://arxiv.org/abs/1702.06936
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23 Feb 2017 04:26

ettore_bilbo wrote:
edit, now i see that video comes from eso site! cool!

And they're recorded fairly well too.
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23 Feb 2017 05:35

Somebody needs to get on to creating these new planets in the Trappist-1 habitable zone ASAP :D Quick! Who is good at modding?!?! Hahaha
 
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23 Feb 2017 05:53

Heath wrote:
Source of the post Somebody needs to get on to creating these new planets in the Trappist-1 habitable zone ASAP  Quick! Who is good at modding?!?! Hahaha

A lot of people cam make it as a mod, and Pluton did it here:
http://forum.spaceengine.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=189
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23 Feb 2017 11:54

Xoran wrote:
A lot of people cam make it as a mod, and Pluton did it here:
http://forum.spaceengine.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=189

Thank you very much my good man :)
 
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26 Feb 2017 01:58

With Solar Walk 2 in my phone, I had a notification that he had a annular solar eclipse begin today in 13:07 GMT+1 (12:07 UTC) and when I looking in the application, the eclipse start in Ocean Pacific next to South America and finish in Africa about 18:35 GMT+1 (17:35 UTC).

No one else had any information on this eclipse ?
 
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26 Feb 2017 03:16

Quarior wrote:
Source of the post No one else had any information on this eclipse ?

Goodness no, all eclipses for thousands of years into the future have been predicted, or retrodicted into the past.  You can get details on them online or through software. :)  Personally I like using the program "Occult" (mostly for occultations, but it also does eclipses.)
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I think this one was probably not so much in the news because it was an annular in the southern hemisphere and not over very populated areas.
 
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26 Feb 2017 14:05

Watsisname, OK. I go look the application and thanks.
 
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07 Mar 2017 15:10

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07 Mar 2017 20:27

Daphnis gettin' some sweet aerial there.
 
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09 Mar 2017 08:48

Some new views of Pan, look at that equatorial ridge !!

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09 Mar 2017 09:27

WOW! Those are some amazing images! Thanks for posting them! Here's another recent one that I found. (I think your last images is just a zoomed image of this one, actually)
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09 Mar 2017 09:54

Beat me to it lol
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