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22 Mar 2017 05:58

It appears that ''Tama'', which is a binary main belt asteroid shows as a planet with green color when orbits are enabled (but surprisingly not in system map  :? ).
It is funny the way I noticed it: I was travelling with a ship I built with the SE ship editor between Toliman (Alpha Centauri) and a procedural near-by system. While in interstellar space and about 5-6 LYs from Sol system I thought I could use the pgup/pgdn zoom function to simulate telescope view and try to zoom to earth from that distance. Surprizingly I noticed a 5th green orbit between Mars and Ceres! I thought ''wait a minute - A new planet apeared in Sol while I was travelling?? lol"

A quick look in Asteroids-bin.sc does not reveal any apparent errors - but I am no expert :(
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Things I tried:
1.)I tried adding the
Class           "Asteroid"


command at various combinations within the above code segment but it still draws ''Tama'' binary with green color :(
2.) Cleared the Cache Folder - no change.
 
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23 Mar 2017 15:26

I don't see issues for Tama:
scr00004.jpg


I have seen results like this caused by syntax errors or unintended merged objects.
Could you share your se.log file?
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24 Mar 2017 13:25

Here it is.
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25 Mar 2017 03:36

N0B0DY,
you have several warnings about some shaders in your log file.
Either something is wrong with your SpaceEngine installation, or you have problems with your graphics card driver.

Maybe you should try it with another driver version.
Or you need to reinstall SpaceEngine.

Or you leave it as it is, after all, it's just warnings, and accepts such small differences.
 
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25 Mar 2017 06:37

N0B0DY, try moving Asteroids-bin.sc under data/catalogs/planets. Remove Asteroids-Rem.sc,I haven't checked in a while but it shouldn't be necessary with SE 0980.
See if it works.
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25 Mar 2017 10:28

JackDole I don't know why I have these error messages in se.log. My SE installation outside addon folder is untouched. I never install addons outside the addons folder.
Regarding the drivers being the cause of these messages, they may be but I normally update them using latest DDU utility . I delete the cahce folder after each update. I use latest version of drivers as my GPU is relatively new and should, in theory, benefit from latest driver.
Mosfet I don't like modifying my data (or any other default SE folder) but I will give it a try and report back.
I am using some modified shaders and here is my addons>shaders> folder for inspection.
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25 Mar 2017 10:44

N0B0DY, Asteroids-bin.sc is intended to be simply placed under data folder, named as it is, to replace the default one, instead of merging data with. By placing it under addons folder there could be some unintended replacement/merging. Obviously default pak file is untouched.
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25 Mar 2017 10:53

N0B0DY,
the warnings likely come from your addon shaders.
They are probably not fully compatible with the current version of SpaceEngine.
 
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25 Mar 2017 14:14

Mosfet, moving "Asteroids-bin.sc" to data\catalogs\planets fixes the issue. It may actually be beneficial to leave it there until 0.981 goes live as this will be included in the catalogs0981.pak as I come to understand.. which in turn makes me rethink of my policy to keep every addon in the addons folder - this may not be very good idea as some addons that will be included in 0981 will then need to be removed from addons folder. And my addons folder is soo big :(

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On an unrelated note (or somewhat related - I don't know where it belongs), Sedna and Quaoar are classified as "Asteroids". Shouldn't they be classified as "Dwarf planets" (since 2014 U2224 which is much smaller is classified as "Dwarf planet") ?
 
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27 Mar 2017 16:12

N0B0DY, I googled around a bit. It's true that most science news websites refer to these objects mostly as dwarf planets. As of today, though, I haven't found official statements by International Astronomical Union about changed classifications regarding Sedna, Quaoar or 2014 UZ224, which are referred by scientific sources as TNO, at the moment only potential candidates for "Dwarf Planet" status.
I think they'll wait more data to make it official for some, if not all of them.
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02 Apr 2017 09:03

These are all Main Belt binaries:
2691 Sersic
Barycenter "Sersic system"
{
 ParentBody "Sol"
 Orbit
 {
 Epoch 2456800.5
 SemiMajorAxis 2.244304321
 Period 3.362256337
 MeanAnomaly 320.859247
 ArgOfPericenter 277.1982
 Eccentricity 0.112147656
 Inclination 3.5944525
 AscendingNode 319.897709
 PericenterDist 1.99261085
 RefPlane "Ecliptic"
 }
}

Asteroid "Sersic/(2691) Sersic"
{
 ParentBody "Sersic system"
 Radius 2.5
 AbsMagn 13.1
 SlopeParam 0.15
 Albedo 0.261
 RotationPeriod 3.8811
 Obliquity 5 // no data
 Orbit
 {
 SemiMajorAxis 5.90793540010613E-09 // 12 km
 Period 0.003058244723751 // 1.117 days
 MeanAnomaly 0
 ArgOfPericenter 0
 Eccentricity 0
 Inclination 0
 AscendingNode 0
 PericenterDist 0
 RefPlane "Equator"
 }
}

Asteroid "S2011 (2691) 1"
{
 ParentBody "Sersic system"
 Radius 1.075
 Obliquity 5 // no data
 Orbit
 {
 SemiMajorAxis 7.43071100671152E-08 // 12 km
 Period 0.003058244723751 // 1.117 days
 MeanAnomaly 0
 ArgOfPericenter 180
 Eccentricity 0
 Inclination 0
 AscendingNode 0
 PericenterDist 0
 RefPlane "Equator"
 }
}


2754 Efimov
Asteroid "Efimov/(2754) Efimov"
{
 ParentBody "Sol"
 Radius 3.23
 AbsMagn 13.6
 SlopeParam 0.15
 Albedo 0.16
 RotationPeriod 2.4497
 Orbit
 {
 Epoch 2456800.5
 SemiMajorAxis 2.228642262
 Period 3.327122146
 MeanAnomaly 104.495256
 ArgOfPericenter 91.206241
 Eccentricity 0.232298177
 Inclination 5.7105138
 AscendingNode 275.202108
 PericenterDist 1.71093273
 RefPlane "Ecliptic"
 }
}

Asteroid "S2006 (2754) 1"
{
 ParentBody "(2754) Efimov"
 Radius 0.645
 Orbit
 {
 SemiMajorAxis 6.6845871223E-08 // 10 km
 Period 0.001684361820995 // 0.6152 days
 MeanAnomaly 0
 ArgOfPericenter 180
 Eccentricity 0
 Inclination 0
 AscendingNode 0
 PericenterDist 0
 RefPlane "Equator"
 }
}


2815 Soma:
Asteroid "Soma/(2815) Soma"
{
 ParentBody "Sol"
 Radius 3.475
 AbsMagn 12.6
 SlopeParam 0.27
 Albedo 0.321
 RotationPeriod 2.73325
 Orbit
 {
 Epoch 2456800.5
 SemiMajorAxis 2.232596959
 Period 3.335981976
 MeanAnomaly 173.832957
 ArgOfPericenter 237.653466
 Eccentricity 0.169407399
 Inclination 5.7049116
 AscendingNode 119.882179
 PericenterDist 1.85437852
 RefPlane "Ecliptic"
 }
}

Asteroid "S2011 (2815) 1"
{
 ParentBody "(2815) Soma"
 Radius 0.87
 Orbit
 {
 SemiMajorAxis 8.689963259E-08 // 13 km
 Period 0.002043849316276 // 0.7465 days
 MeanAnomaly 0
 ArgOfPericenter 180
 Eccentricity 0
 Inclination 0
 AscendingNode 0
 PericenterDist 0
 RefPlane "Equator"
 }
}


3073 Kursk
Asteroid "Kursk/(3073) Kursk"
{
 ParentBody "Sol"
 Radius 3.345
 AbsMagn 13.4
 SlopeParam 0.15
 Albedo 0.16
 RotationPeriod 3.4468
 Orbit
 {
 Epoch 2456800.5
 SemiMajorAxis 2.242451547
 Period 3.358093655
 MeanAnomaly 72.241119
 ArgOfPericenter 232.249042
 Eccentricity 0.136546023
 Inclination 5.0357504
 AscendingNode 204.129068
 PericenterDist 1.93625371
 RefPlane "Ecliptic"
 }
}

Asteroid "S2006 (3073) 1"
{
 ParentBody "(3073) Kursk"
 Radius 0.835
 Orbit
 {
 SemiMajorAxis 1.4706091669E-07 // 22 km
 Period 0.00512810417868 // 1.873 days
 MeanAnomaly 0
 ArgOfPericenter 0
 Eccentricity 0
 Inclination 0
 AscendingNode 0
 PericenterDist 0
 RefPlane "Equator"
 }
}

File updated in OP.
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07 Apr 2017 15:28

Continuing with main belt binaries.
4951 Iwamoto:
Barycenter "Iwamoto system"
{
 ParentBody "Sol"
 Orbit
 {
 Epoch 2456800.5
 SemiMajorAxis 2.256428848
 Period 3.389539251
 MeanAnomaly 90.323691
 ArgOfPericenter 339.86191
 Eccentricity 0.166530009
 Inclination 7.5280874
 AscendingNode 101.089519
 PericenterDist 1.88066573
 RefPlane "Ecliptic"
 }
}

Asteroid "Iwamoto/(4951) Iwamoto"
{
 ParentBody "Iwamoto system"
 Radius 2.195
 AbsMagn 13.2
 SlopeParam 0.15
 Albedo 0.186
 RotationPeriod 118
 Orbit
 {
 SemiMajorAxis 6.33577080590417E-08 // 31 km
 Period 0.013462300185034 // 4.917 days
 MeanAnomaly 0
 ArgOfPericenter 0
 Eccentricity 0
 Inclination 0
 AscendingNode 0
 PericenterDist 0
 RefPlane "Equator"
 }
}

Asteroid "S2007 (4951) 1"
{
 ParentBody "Iwamoto system"
 Radius 1.67
 RotationPeriod 118
 Orbit
 {
 SemiMajorAxis 1.4386449273128E-07 // 31 km
 Period 0.013462300185034 // 4.917 days
 MeanAnomaly 0
 ArgOfPericenter 180
 Eccentricity 0
 Inclination 0
 AscendingNode 0
 PericenterDist 0
 RefPlane "Equator"
 }
}


4786 Tatianina:
Asteroid "Tatianina/(4786) Tatianina"
{
 ParentBody "Sol"
 Radius 1.61
 AbsMagn 13.2
 SlopeParam 0.15
 Albedo 0.514
 RotationPeriod 2.9227
 Orbit
 {
 Epoch 2456800.5
 SemiMajorAxis 2.358201605
 Period 3.621425858
 MeanAnomaly 62.568403
 ArgOfPericenter 118.450716
 Eccentricity 0.193657533
 Inclination 7.2571511
 AscendingNode 115.799641
 PericenterDist 1.9015181
 RefPlane "Ecliptic"
 }
}

Asteroid "S2006 (4786) 1"
{
 ParentBody "(4786) Tatianina"
 Radius 0.305
 Orbit
 {
 SemiMajorAxis 4.4118275007E-08 // 6.6 km
 Period 0.002472058335788 // 0.9029 days
 MeanAnomaly 0
 ArgOfPericenter 0
 Eccentricity 0
 Inclination 0
 AscendingNode 0
 PericenterDist 0
 RefPlane "Equator"
 }
}


4607 Seilandfarm:
Asteroid "Seilandfarm/(4607) Seilandfarm"
{
 ParentBody "Sol"
 Radius 3.55
 AbsMagn 13
 SlopeParam 0.15
 Albedo 0.224
 RotationPeriod 3.9683
 Orbit
 {
 Epoch 2456800.5
 SemiMajorAxis 2.263885788
 Period 3.40635551
 MeanAnomaly 237.26237
 ArgOfPericenter 221.0012
 Eccentricity 0.019025892
 Inclination 2.2519365
 AscendingNode 250.57938
 PericenterDist 2.22081334
 RefPlane "Ecliptic"
 }
}

Asteroid "S2009 (4607) 1"
{
 ParentBody "(4607) Seilandfarm"
 Radius 1.03
 Orbit
 {
 SemiMajorAxis 1.27007155323E-07 // 19 km
 Period 0.003608564499466 // 1.318 days
 MeanAnomaly 0
 ArgOfPericenter 0
 Eccentricity 0
 Inclination 0
 AscendingNode 0
 PericenterDist 0
 RefPlane "Equator"
 }
}

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12 Apr 2017 05:46

Hello, I think I found some errors in this addon, could someone fix them?
 
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12 Apr 2017 05:56

Permian Therapsid wrote:
Source of the post I think I found some errors in this addon, could someone fix them?

If you describe what errors you have found, then maybe someone can fix them !


You can also try to correct the errors yourself !
 
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12 Apr 2017 09:17

JackDole wrote:
Permian Therapsid wrote:
Source of the post I think I found some errors in this addon, could someone fix them?

If you describe what errors you have found, then maybe someone can fix them !


You can also try to correct the errors yourself !

Well, I was trying to see first if it was okay for me to ask this here. But I have identified at least these following problems: Balam – Shows the number of moons for S2002 (3749) 1 and not Balam itself, it also says that S2002 is the largest in Balam system which is false, I think it's related to same bug as the number of moons display.
http://www.johnstonsarchive.net/astro/astmoons/am-03749.html

[font=Calibri, sans-serif]Litva its moon S2012 (2577) 1 and Litva sytem have the same problem as Balam system.[/font]
[font=Calibri, sans-serif]http://www.johnstonsarchive.net/astro/astmoons/am-02577.html[/font]

[font=Calibri, sans-serif]Trans-Neptunian 1998 WW31 is missing its moon.[/font]
[font=Calibri, sans-serif]http://www.johnstonsarchive.net/astro/astmoons/am1998ww31.html[/font]

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