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21 Jun 2018 19:48

Destructor1701 wrote:
Source of the post That's definitely not what he's asking. He's being quite clear. You even quoted him.

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Source of the post will there ever be such a thing as stars orbiting like planets

To me he is clearly saying if it is possible for stars to orbit planets.
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Source of the post  say there was a huge star, like an O-class or something, and in it's system was an inferior brown, red or even orange dwarf, ones that wouldn't really be massive enough to have an effect on it's star.

And here he's bringing it up again see? He's saying that usually a brown dwarf would orbit a severely bigger star but he's asking if that can happen the other way around.
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Source of the post I know there are already planets that are larger than the mass brown dwarfs should begin at and that their identification is changing to suit. But could it happen for even bigger stars?

Now here's where I can see you thinking that he's trying to say if it's possible for "binary systems" to happen, but the other parts I took totally look like they're saying what I think they're saying, sigh, if only he was here to say who's right. :(
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22 Jun 2018 11:04

You just need to wait for a clarification from the user since it's not clear what he's asking indeed.
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04 Jul 2018 01:49

[quote="Propulsion Disk"][quote="Destructor1701"][post]21076[/post] That's definitely not what he's asking. He's being quite clear. You even quoted him.[/quote]
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[quote="Messier"][post]20532[/post] will there ever be such a thing as stars orbiting like planets [/quote]
To me he is clearly saying if it is possible for stars to orbit planets.
[quote="Messier"][post]20532[/post]  say there was a huge star, like an O-class or something, and in it's system was an inferior brown, red or even orange dwarf, ones that wouldn't really be massive enough to have an effect on it's star.[/quote]
And here he's bringing it up again see? He's saying that usually a brown dwarf would orbit a severely bigger star but he's asking if that can happen the other way around.
[quote="Messier"][post]20532[/post] I know there are already planets that are larger than the mass brown dwarfs should begin at and that their identification is changing to suit. But could it happen for even bigger stars?[/quote]
Now here's where I can see you thinking that he's trying to say if it's possible for "binary systems" to happen, but the other parts I took totally look like they're saying what I think they're saying, sigh, if only he was here to say who's right. :([/quote]
What I meant was... OK here's an example: Elite dangerous. When the central star is massive enough, a smaller star would be able to orbit around it without affecting the main star's position, my question is would something similar ever be added to Space Engine?
 
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04 Jul 2018 06:43

Messier wrote:
Propulsion Disk wrote:
Destructor1701 wrote:
Source of the post That's definitely not what he's asking. He's being quite clear. You even quoted him.

Look CLOSLY...
Messier wrote:
Source of the post will there ever be such a thing as stars orbiting like planets

To me he is clearly saying if it is possible for stars to orbit planets.
Messier wrote:
Source of the post  say there was a huge star, like an O-class or something, and in it's system was an inferior brown, red or even orange dwarf, ones that wouldn't really be massive enough to have an effect on it's star.

And here he's bringing it up again see? He's saying that usually a brown dwarf would orbit a severely bigger star but he's asking if that can happen the other way around.
Messier wrote:
Source of the post I know there are already planets that are larger than the mass brown dwarfs should begin at and that their identification is changing to suit. But could it happen for even bigger stars?

Now here's where I can see you thinking that he's trying to say if it's possible for "binary systems" to happen, but the other parts I took totally look like they're saying what I think they're saying, sigh, if only he was here to say who's right. :(

What I meant was... OK here's an example: Elite dangerous. When the central star is massive enough, a smaller star would be able to orbit around it without affecting the main star's position, my question is would something similar ever be added to Space Engine?

Okay, this is already technically in space engine already (trust me, I've found a lot!) it's a kind of binary star pear that has two stars of very different sizes, and (because of gravity) the small star orbits the big one like any planet would do. :) sorry we didn't understand the first time.
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