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19 Jan 2019 11:45

N0B0DY wrote:
Source of the post How do I correct its size??

Make a new script for the asteroid and save it in 'data\catalogs\planets'. If the folder does not exist, create it.
You can also save it in 'addons\catalogs\planets', but I prefer the 'data' directory for corrections to catalog objects.
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19 Jan 2019 12:35

SpaceEngine calculates the size given other elements, that's why there's no "Radius" value.
You can add it as JackDole said, in a 46PWirtanen.sc file, for example like this:
Comet    "46P Wirtanen"
{
    ParentBody "Sol"
    CometType  "P"
    AbsMagn     9
    SlopeParam  6
    Radius      0.7
    Orbit
    {
        Epoch            2456482.8987
        PericenterDist   1.05208
        Eccentricity     0.659288
        Inclination      11.7572
        AscendingNode    82.1633
        ArgOfPericenter  356.343
        MeanAnomaly      0
    }
}


SE then will use that file as reference for that object next time you run SpaceEngine.
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21 Jan 2019 11:54

Thank You JackDole, Mosfet, :)
 
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01 Feb 2019 23:13

The star S0-102 appears too close to Sagittarius A* since the procedural semi major axis is around 4.5 AU. The semi-major axis of S0-102's orbit is not specified in the script and should be around 260 AU or more.
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