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31 Dec 2016 16:59

Fantastic images!
 
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02 Jan 2017 15:32

Another bunch of images...

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03 Jan 2017 04:06

Interstellar system update, after many hours I think I have the look of the planets down.

Miller's planet
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Mann's planet
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Edmund's planet
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03 Jan 2017 07:49

Bell's Theorem, you make with comet tail dark ?
DoctorOfSpace, where is the link for download the update ?
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03 Jan 2017 11:42

Quarior wrote:
Bell's Theorem, you make with comet tail dark ?

No, They are molecular clouds. I increased the galaxy brightness to make the molecular clouds look more prominent and lined them up to blend in with night side of planets to appear connected as a single object. I thought it made them look like they were emitting smoke.
An example. When you load it, just increase the galaxy brightness and zoom in and you will get the first image.
Place "Planet lined up with molecular cloud"
{
Ver 980
Body "RS 5514-1-6-207926-536 A6"
Parent "RS 5514-1-6-207926-536 A"
Date "2053.08.15 16:48:15.72"
Pos (-00000000000529EFFB231FBAF98972A1 +000000000028B0FD42760C082722DCB6 -000000000029B1806340CED08EAFA326)
Rot (0.3402850038130748 0.9019300311518455 -0.2122290065235498 0.1602722180429091)
Vel 3.2407765e-010
Stereobase 1
Mode 1
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03 Jan 2017 14:28

Doctor of Space and Bell's Theorem, fantastic pictures! 
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03 Jan 2017 16:34

Bell's Theorem, you're using the Steam version perhaps?
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03 Jan 2017 21:26

Quarior wrote:
Source of the post DoctorOfSpace, where is the link for download the update ?

Not finished yet
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03 Jan 2017 21:29

The view from Edmund's planet is pretty spectacular.  Nice work with those.  And interesting image concept, Bell's Theorem. :)
 
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04 Jan 2017 01:21

Mosfet wrote:
Bell's Theorem, you're using the Steam version perhaps?

Yes. In hindsight, I imagine the location won't be the same for anyone not using the Steam version. I should have mentioned that, sorry.
 
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04 Jan 2017 05:25

DoctorOfSpace, at first, I thought it was a Source of the post FOV effect but with the Source of the post post above, I notice that Edmund revolves around Gargantua and especially close (less than 1 AU which is about 8 minutes). For me, it seems to me incorrect after the end of the film...
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Don't forget to add the second black hole and Pantagruel -, it's work correctly for me - or add in a file disable by default if you don't like this idea.
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04 Jan 2017 05:51

Quarior wrote:
Source of the post Don't forget to add the second black hole and Pantagruel -, it's work correctly for me - or add in a file disable by default if you don't like this idea.

I am only going off of The Science of Interstellar and the movie so I won't be adding those.  There are mentions of the Neutron star which I have Edmund's planet orbiting.
This is how I have it configured
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