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04 Dec 2018 00:02

Wow these are spectacular!  What planet/star system did you find all these in?
 
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04 Dec 2018 10:55

Studying to become an aerospatial engineer !
 
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04 Dec 2018 17:31

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04 Dec 2018 19:20

A-L-E-X wrote:
Wow these are spectacular!  What planet/star system did you find all these in?

I’ll check my marked locations and see if I can remember.
 
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04 Dec 2018 19:35

Stellarator wrote:
Source of the post what spectrum of brown dwarf are these supposed to be? L, T or Y?

My Brown Dwarf is to be the moon to a larger, more massive Gas Giant that is not yet dense enough to create nuclear fusion. If that would even be possible, I don't really know, since I haven't done any calculations. Anyway, I wanted to research and compare other Brown Dwarfs already in Space Engine with mine. I ended up choosing the "Y8.5 V" type Star Class with a temperature of only 770K. I made sure to also set the Age as I think that affects true colors. In SE there is some cut off temperature where the cloud textures no longer display. Here's a pic of what I ended up making.

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List of Brown Dwarfs I poked around looking at.

low temp    
    Star "J041847"         
    Star "J041938"         
    Star "J041836"

low mass    
    Star "S Ori 05381-02491/S Ori J053813.2-024910"       
    Star "S Ori 05373-02411/S Ori J053737.6-024115"         
    Star "ISO 138"
    Star "rho Oph 4450"
    Star "S Ori 70"
    Star "S Ori 72"          
    Star "S Ori 73"        
    Star "S Ori 74"         

small adius
    19575.08    Star "2MASS 01410+18045/2MASS J01410321+1804502"
    209733    Star "TWA 28/2MASS J11020983-3430355"
    21672.41    Star "DENIS-P 17054-05164/DENIS-P J170548.38-051645.7/2MASS J17054834-0516462"
    23070.63    Star "2MASS 08354-08192/2MASS J08354256-0819237"

Y Class Dwarfs
    Class     "Y V"    
        Star "WISE 08551-07144/WISE J085510.83-071442.5"
    Class     "Y0.5 V"
        Star "WISEPA 15415-22502/WISEPA J154151.66-225025.2"
        Star "WISEA 08250+28054/WISEA J082507.37+280548.2"
    Class     "Y2 V"
        Star "WISEPA 18283+26503/WISEPA J182831.08+265037.8"

Here are some Nebula I was mutilating by randomizing the variables in my Models scripts -
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04 Dec 2018 20:32

Gnargenox wrote:
Source of the post I ended up choosing the "Y8.5 V" type Star Class with a temperature of only 770K.

Hmm, the only problem here is that type Y dwarf stars are the COLDEST of brown dwarfs (<- that is a very interesting article BTW), being little more then gargantuan inert gas-giants with a hint of nucleosynthesis at their cores. Most if not all have cloud temperatures below 100oC. I'm not entirely sure how accurate the SE data is on brown dwarfs.  Maybe the temperatures given are for convection temperatures, or just average temperature. 

Gnargenox wrote:
Source of the post In SE there is some cut off temperature where the cloud textures no longer display. Here's a pic of what I ended up making.

Nice textures. Still, I wouldn't make it quite so bright-looking (I mean, the cloud-color. I know the rest of it is being illuminated by a nearby star). Probably something a bit more opaque and boring-looking would be realistic for Y dwarf stars. That being said, it's your mod, so do whatever you want to do :). Consider this a bit of learned advice.
Gnargenox wrote:
Source of the post Here are some Nebula I was mutilating by randomizing the variables in my Models scripts

"Dark Matter Nebula" - now THAT would be the day!
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04 Dec 2018 22:52

I heard there was a brown dwarf star found with a surface at room temperature close by- so could a brown dwarf actually be habitable?
 
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06 Dec 2018 16:03

Yes. I`m building a real satellite right now. Planned launch time is June 2019 with ESA rocket.
 
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06 Dec 2018 16:14

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06 Dec 2018 16:32

Here is my images of Space Engine:

[img] https://i.imgur.com/EdQ9q9j.jpg[/img]

[url= https://imgur.com/9Crn3hS]Too many galaxies nearby....[/url]

[url= https://imgur.com/fsN4wiB]Near custom terra planet....[/url]

[url= https://imgur.com/49GLOfK]Beautiful double star system[/url]

[url= https://imgur.com/jC4g4Qk]Too many custom habitable moons around Earth 1[/url]


[url= https://imgur.com/Gd7sYkf]Too many custom habitable moons around the Earth 2[/url]

[url= https://imgur.com/gqyLZhs]Normal life inside craters[/url]

[url= https://imgur.com/OmaS22B]Ok. This might be epic.[/url]

[url= https://imgur.com/0b3d7pq]Ok. I almost messed up with custom habitable moons here…[/url]

[url= https://imgur.com/pkZFDwL]Now i really messed up the whole Earth-moon system with over 200 custom habitable moons…[/url]

[url= https://imgur.com/QiB6cYQ]Beautiful terra planet around brown dwarf.[/url]

[url= https://imgur.com/SzrjETu]Nice screenshot image..[/url]
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06 Dec 2018 17:21

A spiral stars in sky….

https://imgur.com/HqbVE0x
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11 Dec 2018 01:10

Messing with values and textures for custom Nebulae scripts. Results seem to be mostly random lol
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