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11 Jan 2017 04:03

This is something I experimented with. I bet it has been done before but I just loved the idea of a twinhole system with accretion discs.
It is called BlackEyes because you know... Two black spheres that can look like eyes somehow...

First off, yes I know it is a total unrealistic system. Planets this close would first off, be ripped apart by tidal forces by being so close. And secondly, the gravitational waves would also cause some horrifying tidal forces stretching the planets continuously. But it stil looks awesome! I'm stil working on this system. Considering having it closer to the center of the galaxy since they are huge.
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I will try to make more images as I work further and add more kinds of planets to orbit the black holes...
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11 Jan 2017 04:23

Gimmegimmegimme
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11 Jan 2017 04:38

ImAPie wrote:
Gimmegimmegimme

Might upload the current version when I get home. But the black hole effect is kind of buggy. When you rotate you can see sudden transitions on the effect. Hard to explain, but I hope they are working on a way to properly allow black holes to shade near each other.
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11 Jan 2017 05:23

Yea I know about the effect weirdness, I made a system where a neuron star, wormhole and a black hole were next to each other, guess how trippy that was.
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BlackEyes - Twin Hole System

05 Mar 2017 10:34

Zefnoly, cool! I really love the thing on the first picture where the nearest black hole makes the accretion disk from the farthest away black hole look curved ;)
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05 Mar 2017 18:46

Wow, that really does look cool. :)

Another consequence of such a system is that the two black holes would spiral closer together and merge fairly quickly.  And the planet orbits would be pretty nuts.  Also, you would be able to see a lensed image of each black hole next to the other black hole (and actually an infinite nested set of such images, sort of like being in a hall of mirrors).
 
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06 Mar 2017 03:12

Beautiful system and so dangerous I presume :).
Will there soon be a version available for the visited ?
 
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15 Mar 2017 08:52

Can you please upload it for us? Thank you.
 
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03 Apr 2017 04:46

How did you created a solar system? Can you tell me please? :)
I want to create solar systems too. ^^
 
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03 Apr 2017 08:33

Space Yoshi wrote:
Source of the post How did you created a solar system?

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A very simple tutorial on how to create a solar system you can find here.
 
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04 Apr 2017 02:52

Thanks!
I'll read/watch it later. :)
 
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07 Apr 2017 13:09

I can;t wait to get this!

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