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14 Oct 2017 20:09

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Source of the post I did not know there might be two

Given the questionable nature of the hypothesis that is a mighty big maybe.
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14 Oct 2017 20:48

One would be incredible enough.  It can't be very big either, because otherwise we should have found it already.  A larger version of Pluto (maybe Earth-sized?) is more likely, a frozen lifeless world.
 
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15 Oct 2017 07:22

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One would be incredible enough.  It can't be very big either, because otherwise we should have found it already.  A larger version of Pluto (maybe Earth-sized?) is more likely, a frozen lifeless world.

Not really, they estimate it to be 3.7 earth radii, yet still barely within our detection capabilities. You have to understand that it is very far, and we have no idea of where it is exactly so we can only probe random areas near its vaguely-defined orbit.
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15 Oct 2017 09:38

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Source of the post Wait, there could be a planet 9 and a planet 10?  I did not know there might be two!

Planet 10 is here.
 
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21 Oct 2017 17:08

Why was my request for Proxima's barycenter denied or deleted from this post? Because of too extremely long orbital period or very poorly constrained? Or in direct conflict with DoctorOfSpace's Avatar system in his Mode Emporium? If so, I would have to leave the subject alone and speak no more about it. Thanks.
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21 Oct 2017 17:40

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Why was my request for Proxima's barycenter denied or deleted from this post? Because of too extremely long orbital period or very poorly constrained? Or in direct conflict with DoctorOfSpace's Avatar system in his Mode Emporium? If so, I would have to leave the subject alone and speak no more about it. Thanks.

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22 Oct 2017 00:50

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Source of the post Or in direct conflict with DoctorOfSpace's Avatar system in his Mode Emporium


Not sure what kind of community you think this is, but it's definitely not like this. 
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22 Oct 2017 05:37

skywalker66 wrote:
Why was my request for Proxima's barycenter denied or deleted from this post? Because of too extremely long orbital period or very poorly constrained? Or in direct conflict with DoctorOfSpace's Avatar system in his Mode Emporium? If so, I would have to leave the subject alone and speak no more about it. Thanks.

Abridged version of my reply, which was also lost:
"I have an orbital script ready, but it has to be integrated into the main catalog by the SE Team because as a mod it doesn't remove the previous, fixed Proxima."
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24 Oct 2017 12:49

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Source of the post Not sure what kind of community you think this is, but it's definitely not like this.


My apologies to you...I should never say unkind remarks about anybody's good modding of star systems or spaceships in SE community. I need to abide by forum rules more. OK?

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Source of the post Abridged version of my reply, which was also lost:
"I have an orbital script ready, but it has to be integrated into the main catalog by the SE Team because as a mod it doesn't remove the previous, fixed Proxima."


Thank you very much....now I understood why. It makes sense. I thought the system was very similar to Gliese 667 triple system in some way. It is up to the SE team to tackle such challenge on immobile binary star systems.
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17 Nov 2017 08:17

Does anyone have some new galaxy mods they are willing to share?
 
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17 Nov 2017 19:11

Ensabahnur, check out the mods in this thread: http://forum.spaceengine.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=142
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17 Nov 2017 20:21

Thank you, but i already have all of those, does anyone have new galaxy mods not on that list?
 
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17 Nov 2017 21:21

Ensabahnur, I don't think anyone does. Why don't you learn how to make one yourself? The guide might be a bit long, but it's easier than it looks.
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17 Nov 2017 23:43

Thanks, I think i will give it a shot. Well off to work then!
 
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18 Nov 2017 07:04

Ensabahnur, I'll be excited to see what you create :)
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