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FutureBetelgeuse - After supernova

31 Mar 2017 19:36

First Release of the FutureBetelgeuse addon! 
(Version 001)
The first release of the addon only adds a couple of things:
1. Updated Planets: Betelgeuse 1, Betelgeuse 2, Betelgeuse 3, Betelgeuse 4, Betelgeuse 5, Betelgeuse 6, Betelgeuse 7, Betelgeuse 8.
2. Updated Star Betelgeuse to Neutron Star.
(Note: There are many planned features for this addon that will be coming soon in future updates!)
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26 Apr 2017 16:29

I am working on the next version! It will be way better!
It will add:
1: Adds Accretion disk to Neutron Star.
2: Fixes Betelgeuse 7 terrain.
3: Replaces Betelgeuse 8 with a small Ice giant.
4: Adds a moon to Betelgeuse 8: "8.D1 / 8.4" (8.D1 was 8.4 until all the rest of the moons were destroyed)
5: Changes variables to be more accurate!

All coming in Version 2!
 
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30 Aug 2017 12:58

Instead of calling the planets Betelgeuse 1, 2, 3 etc I will Probably call them b, c, d, e, f, etc.
 
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FutureBetelgeuse - After supernova

31 Aug 2017 00:11

TheRedstoneHive wrote:
Source of the post Instead of calling the planets Betelgeuse 1, 2, 3 etc I will Probably call them b, c, d, e, f, etc.

It would be better you would not do that. Someone might consider them then to be real exoplanets.
 
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31 Aug 2017 00:20

JackDole wrote:
TheRedstoneHive wrote:
Source of the post Instead of calling the planets Betelgeuse 1, 2, 3 etc I will Probably call them b, c, d, e, f, etc.

It would be better you would not do that. Someone might consider them then to be real exoplanets.

ok
 
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FutureBetelgeuse - After supernova

31 Aug 2017 00:33

TheRedstoneHive,
you can either think of some real names or number them with Roman numerals. Like 'Betelgeuse I', 'Betelgeuse II', 'Betelgeuse III' and so on.
 
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31 Aug 2017 00:53

JackDole wrote:
TheRedstoneHive,
you can either think of some real names or number them with Roman numerals. Like 'Betelgeuse I', 'Betelgeuse II', 'Betelgeuse III' and so on.

Ok, I will probably do that.
 
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FutureBetelgeuse - After supernova

17 Sep 2017 10:16

Interesting... I like it!
 
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FutureBetelgeuse - After supernova

11 Jan 2018 18:51

How are going to change the planets, cause what I heard an supernova totally destroys planets within the system....Or maybe my information is just outdated. Anyway cant wait to see what you came up with. :)
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14 Jan 2018 16:30

Kspeher wrote:
How are going to change the planets, cause what I heard an supernova totally destroys planets within the system....Or maybe my information is just outdated. Anyway cant wait to see what you came up with. :)

Well yes, very little is left of planets after a supernova. That is why most planets in the system (mod) are dwarf planets.
 
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14 Jan 2018 16:35

Ok, it has been a long time since the first release; sorry about that. But the next one is coming very soon, just tweaking around with planet masses at the moment. An SNR nebula will be included in this version, that part is all complete, and was easy to do as I am not bothered with adding a texture, since the required programs I need do do it don't work very well on my computer. Though I will make the nebula better when the new nebula system comes out. Because of 0.990 I will have to re-write most of the system, wich is another reason why I am not putting to much effort into the nebula at the moment.

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