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FutureBetelgeuse - After supernova

29 Mar 2017 12:25

I am working on an addon / mod that displays what the Betelgeuse system might look like in the future after it's supernova!

The changes I will be making to the system are the following:
1. Changing the star to a Neutron star.
2. Makng the planets to look like they have been destroyed.
3. Adding asteroids.
4. Adding Betelgeuse Nebula (Will be added once SE 0.981 comes out)

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29 Mar 2017 19:21

Looking forward to it!!!
 
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29 Mar 2017 19:37

Thanks! :D
 
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30 Mar 2017 02:53

You should wait for the 0.981 release with Duke nebulae mechanics. Only adding a nebulae for the Betelgeuse supernova makes sense for this mod. Else it's just a small and simple catalog mod with replacing of few objects.
 
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30 Mar 2017 11:47

Yes I will add that if I can. I will need a bit of help with this project though.
 
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30 Mar 2017 12:15

TheRedstoneHive wrote:
Source of the post I will need a bit of help with this project though.

You most certainly would if you wanted to use the new nebula setup.  It is incredibly complex to the point of it being difficult for even SpaceEngineer.
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30 Mar 2017 16:13

Yeah, don't expect animated supernova and planetary nebulae in 0.981. This requires implementing of supernova stars, which is quite complex system.
 
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30 Mar 2017 16:55

Are you saying Duke's shaders won't be in the 0.981 release, or just that they won't be used for supernova-related stuff?
 
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30 Mar 2017 17:36

Destructor1701, yes

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30 Mar 2017 19:57

I have ran into a problem. When I try to replace the Red supergiant version of Betelgeuse with a neutron star, It looks lie a wormhole. +It automatically replaces all the planets which I will be adding soon. :(
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This is what Betelgeuse looks like when I change it to a neutron star :(
 
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30 Mar 2017 20:51

TheRedstoneHive wrote:
Source of the post When I try to replace the Red supergiant version of Betelgeuse with a neutron star, It looks lie a wormhole.

That part is normal.  Neutron stars are very dense objects, and their gravity bends light in almost the same way that a black hole does.
 
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30 Mar 2017 20:54

Watsisname But when you go close to it the light goes away and it looks exactly like a wormhole.
 
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30 Mar 2017 20:59

Oh, I don't know why it is doing that then.  Sorry. =(
 
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30 Mar 2017 21:11

Ok, it is all fixed. The first version will be released soon :)
 
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31 Mar 2017 06:01

Neutron stars can't have 20 solar masses as in the picture, they have between around 1.4 and 3 solar masses. Any more than that will become a black hole. :)
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