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04 Jun 2019 15:03

Xylanthia
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The Sirus system looks a bit different than in this picture.
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I did not change Sirus A and Sirius B, I added only 'Sirius C' and two planets.
By the way, Sirius C should not be a white dwarf, but a black dwarf. (In reality, the universe is probably too young for black dwarfs to exist.)
Black dwarves are not possible in SE, so I made Sirius C an almost black planet.
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Put the script in 'addons\catalogs\planets'.
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04 Jun 2019 15:51

JD, is Sirius C a real star?  BTW I love the creative names you pick for your planets!  Looks like one of the planets has extensive rings?  A moon of that planet would have a great view of the rings ;-)
 
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04 Jun 2019 23:21

A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post  is Sirius C a real star?

That is not sure. According to the German Wikipedia (and Spanish Wikipedia) there are certain irregularities in the orbits of Sirius A and B, which indicate that there is a third object with a mass of 0.06 solar masses and an orbit of about 6 years.
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05 Jun 2019 13:08

hmmm so there is a chance that it might actually be a black dwarf.....
 
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05 Jun 2019 15:06

A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post hmmm so there is a chance that it might actually be a black dwarf.....

Hardly likely. The universe is not old enough for that!
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06 Jun 2019 08:55

A brown dwarf I think but nice to see your quickly update the system.
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07 Jun 2019 00:02

Asteroid 33434 Scottmanley
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07 Jun 2019 01:07

NASA found an asteroid and named it after Scott Manley..? I find that to be really cool!
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09 Jun 2019 02:24

Jackdole Galaxy 8-)

I did it because kkerr849 asked for it.

It's just a small galaxy because a big one would already been discovered, and I've placed it just behind the Great Magellanic Cloud, so it's hidden. Seen from the sun. Because otherwise it would have been discovered for a long time.
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// Filename: JDGalaxy.sc
// JackDole 2019.06.09 10:28:57

// Put this in 'addons\catalogs\galaxies'.
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Galaxy "Jackdole Galaxy"
{
    Type    "SBb"
    
    RA      5 21 45.93
    Dec     -70 04 52.83
    Dist    104540.0
    
    Radius  5790.80874050
    AbsMagn -9.10403760
    
    Axis    (257.7082, 0.6605677, 0.6414919, -0.3900493)
    Quat    (-0.03406717. 0.3071977, 0.8531247, -0.4292942)
}

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29 Jun 2019 15:30

World Ship
(Inspired by the Magog World Ship, from the television show Andromeda.)

This works only with the old SE 0.980 / 0.980_e. That's why I'm releasing it here.
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For the SE 0.990 version look here: viewtopic.php?f=3&t=546#p30370
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01 Jul 2019 12:18

I want you to make trump space force first exoplanet discovery
 
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06 Jul 2019 02:04

A-L-E-X wrote:
hmmm so there is a chance that it might actually be a black dwarf.....

The universe would have to be trillions (or probably more) of years older for black dwarves to exist.
[dah<500,26>dah<180,14>dah<180,21>dah<500,19>dah<180,26>dah<500,21>]
 
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15 Jul 2019 01:08

The closest thing to a black dwarf would either be a rogue planet or a planet that is darker than TReS-2 b.
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19 Aug 2019 12:10

What would a reverse solar system look like? With the Gas giants being in the places of the inner planets and vice versa?

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