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18 Oct 2019 04:10

The Chain World.

The system is called Sorota.
Sorota.jpg

It contains some asteroids and comets.

There is a world called Terota. It contains life
Terota.jpg

And there is the 'Chain World'.
ChainWorld01.jpg
ChainWorld02.jpg
ChainWorld03.jpg
ChainWorld01b.jpg
ChainWorld.jpg

(Which, of course, also contains life.)
ChainWorlds.pak
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To get the right background you need this addon:
JDVClusterNebulae-V2.pak
(Put the .pak files in the 'addons' folder.)
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18 Oct 2019 04:22

O M G
Is it possible in real life?  8-)
The universe is not required to be in perfect harmony with human ambition.

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18 Oct 2019 04:30

I do not think so.
But who knows, an advanced civilization, with anti-gravity generators, may be able to build something like that. 8-)
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18 Oct 2019 08:18

JackDole wrote:
I do not think so.
But who knows, an advanced civilization, with anti-gravity generators, may be able to build something like that. 8-)

JD what kind of life can you see in that system?  It looks excellent!
 
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19 Oct 2019 03:47

H2O 8-)
Water in space ...

(Search for 'H2O' or 'Oxygene')
1.jpg
3.jpg

The outer atomic shells are cloud layers.
When clouds are deactivated, the atoms look like this:
2.jpg

H2O.pak
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(Put this in the 'addons' folder.)
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20 Oct 2019 01:54

ToggleSEGui

Three scripts that allow you to hide or re-display all Gui elements with a keystroke.
However, this requires AutoHotKey.

HideGui.se
// -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
// Filename: HideGui.se
// JackDole (Gerhard H. Quast) 2019.10.19 20:02:34

//------------------------------------------------------------------------------

UnSelect
HideAllDialogs
HideAllToolbars

//------------------------------------------------------------------------------


ShowGui.se
// -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
// Filename: ShowGui.se
// JackDole (Gerhard H. Quast) 2019.10.19 20:02:34

//------------------------------------------------------------------------------

ShowDialog "Main toolbar"
ShowDialog "Navigation toolbar"
ShowDialog "Camera toolbar"
ShowDialog "Filters toolbar"

//------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(Of course, this script does not display any info text, for that you have to select an object with the mouse.)
These two scripts belong in the folder 'addons\scripts'

ToggleSEGui.ahk
; -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
; ToggleSEGui.ahk
; JackDole (Gerhard H. Quast) 2019.10.20 10:42:42

#NoEnv
#KeyHistory 0
#SingleInstance force

WinTitle = SpaceEngine

GroupAdd, GameWindow, %WinTitle%

;--------------- Scripts -------------------------------------------------------
SetENV, script9, hidegui
SetENV, script0, showgui

#IfWinActive, ahk_group GameWindow
{
    !9::SendEvent {~} run %script9%{enter}        ; Alt 9
    !0::SendEvent {~} run %script0%{enter}        ; Alt 0
}

;-------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Save this script wherever you want. I personally have a folder called 'addons\system' for such scripts.
Then make a link to the desktop so you can always start it when using SE.
(I myself start SpaceEngine via a .bat file where I can start such .ahk scripts.)
As keys I have selected 'Alt 9' and 'Alt 0'. But that can be changed at will.
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22 Oct 2019 07:11

JackDole wrote:
H2O 8-)
Water in space ...

(Search for 'H2O' or 'Oxygene')
1.jpg3.jpg
The outer atomic shells are cloud layers.
When clouds are deactivated, the atoms look like this:
2.jpg
H2O.pak(Put this in the 'addons' folder.)

JD this is excellent- do I need the add on to see the water molecules?  Also, do you have an add on to show complex hydrocarbons in space (they really exist inside nebulae!)
 
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22 Oct 2019 12:06

A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post do I need the add on to see the water molecules?

I do not understand what you mean.
Without addon, the water molecule does not exist.
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22 Oct 2019 14:43

JackDole wrote:
A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post do I need the add on to see the water molecules?

I do not understand what you mean.
Without addon, the water molecule does not exist.

oh my bad I thought this was a feature in the new version where you could see on the molecular scale and your add on unlocked a hidden feature.  I was hoping I could see the molecules that make up planetary atmospheres and oceans and the complex hydrocarbons present in certain nebulae!  Maybe in an add-on for the future?

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