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21 Jul 2017 16:00

nonstopsuperguy wrote:
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Is SE going to be not free in the future?

From what I've seen, they're going to eventually release it on steam. The Steam version will be basically early access, giving players an early look into upcoming versions. The releases will still be free but people who buy it on Steam will have early access to it.

Okay thanks!
 
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22 Jul 2017 01:50

Martin wrote:
nonstopsuperguy wrote:
Martin wrote:
Is SE going to be not free in the future?

From what I've seen, they're going to eventually release it on steam. The Steam version will be basically early access, giving players an early look into upcoming versions. The releases will still be free but people who buy it on Steam will have early access to it.

Okay thanks!

No problem my dude. That's as far as I know, though. SpaceEngineer, feel free to correct me
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22 Jul 2017 02:37

Nice ;) Could be good if in the future will be also the weather on the planets. Like on Titan, that rains methane

I was wondering to know, about an old question: there will be any updates about the accuracy of orbits? I mean for the solar system 

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22 Jul 2017 03:38

Teterrimo wrote:
Nice ;) Could be good if in the future will be also the weather on the planets. Like on Titan, that rains methane

I was wondering to know, about an old question: there will be any updates about the accuracy of orbits? I mean for the solar system 

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Yes, there will. I believe HarbingerDawn said that it will be in this release. VSOP87.
 
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22 Jul 2017 04:34

Quarior wrote:
Source of the post or you create a new class City planet ?

No
Dr. Kaii wrote:
Source of the post Is  the bug the flickering? Did you managed to fix it?

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Teterrimo wrote:
Source of the post I was wondering to know, about an old question: there will be any updates about the accuracy of orbits? I mean for the solar system 

I planning to implement VSOP87/DE403 soon, and maybe release a quick patch for 0.980 with this feature only. Before the total solar eclipse in August.
 
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22 Jul 2017 07:51

SpaceEngineer wrote:
Teterrimo wrote:
Source of the post I was wondering to know, about an old question: there will be any updates about the accuracy of orbits? I mean for the solar system 

I planning to implement VSOP87/DE403 soon, and maybe release a quick patch for 0.980 with this feature only. Before the total solar eclipse in August.

Very good thing! ;) 
 
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22 Jul 2017 09:07

SpaceEngineer wrote:
Source of the post     Quarior wrote:
   or you create a new class City planet ?

No

OK, no problem :)
SpaceEngineer wrote:
Source of the post I planning to implement VSOP87/DE403 soon, and maybe release a quick patch for 0.980 with this feature only. Before the total solar eclipse in August.

Nice but when and where total solar eclipse in August ?
 
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22 Jul 2017 12:46

Druidpc wrote:
Do we have an estimated release date for this update? I'm hyped!

No.
Quarior wrote:
SpaceEngineer wrote:
Source of the post I planning to implement VSOP87/DE403 soon, and maybe release a quick patch for 0.980 with this feature only. Before the total solar eclipse in August.

Nice but when and where total solar eclipse in August ?

21st of August, visible in (only) the mainland USA.
 
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22 Jul 2017 14:16

Fireinthehole wrote:
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Quarior wrote:
SpaceEngineer wrote:
I planning to implement VSOP87/DE403 soon, and maybe release a quick patch for 0.980 with this feature only. Before the total solar eclipse in August.

Nice but when and where total solar eclipse in August ?

21st of August, visible in (only) the mainland USA.

Thanks for this information and I can't see the eclipse :(.
 
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22 Jul 2017 15:57

space engineer would you still not implement city planet if NASA said they found one and had evidence
 
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Source of the post space engineer would you still not implement city planet if NASA said they found one and had evidence

 Of course he would implement it. But this has not happened.
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22 Jul 2017 17:41

And quite unlikely to happen before the next version of SE too! ;)
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23 Jul 2017 03:19

Everyone, please read the note in the opening post. No more off-topic posts, please.
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24 Jul 2017 02:56

SpaceEngineer wrote:
I planning to implement VSOP87/DE403 soon, and maybe release a quick patch for 0.980 with this feature only. Before the total solar eclipse in August.

Whaat? This are huge news! Did you already start working on it or it is such an easy implementation that it can be ready in just a month?  :)
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24 Jul 2017 05:28

Salvo wrote:
Source of the post Whaat? This are huge news! Did you already start working on it or it is such an easy implementation that it can be ready in just a month? 

It could take less than a week, there are plenty of free astronomical code libraries exist for this.

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