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19 Dec 2018 01:23

Mr. Abner wrote:
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Thanks, how do you change the parameters?

With the object you wish to modify selected, press Shift-F2.

Thanks and you can modify things like texture, shape, color, atmospheric composition, and density, etc?  It would be fascinating to do that!
 
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19 Dec 2018 05:37

A-L-E-X wrote:
Mr. Abner wrote:
A-L-E-X wrote:
Thanks, how do you change the parameters?

With the object you wish to modify selected, press Shift-F2.

Thanks and you can modify things like texture, shape, color, atmospheric composition, and density, etc?  It would be fascinating to do that!

Not sure, really, I don't edit planets myself, just ships. Best way is to go and try it. Oh... I don't think any changes are saved with the planet you edit, but you can export the modified script and make your own system. Somebody else will have to help you with that if you want to do that. All of my screenshots in this thread are unedited as found in S.E.

Ships are fair game to edit, but I think Vlad has created a marvelous universe to explore without me having to make up more stuff. :)

And since this is the image dump thread...

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19 Dec 2018 06:51

Two IO Moon meet

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19 Dec 2018 10:24

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20 Dec 2018 03:48

The second gathering ...
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20 Dec 2018 06:50

Many small Suns are shining on the planet
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21 Dec 2018 06:13

wow the sunsets and sunrises there must be spectacular.  is that in our galaxy?
 
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23 Dec 2018 00:30

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23 Dec 2018 11:57

This is what happens when you put a wormhole inside a planet
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23 Dec 2018 12:04

[quote="Cosmicunicorn"]This is what happens when you put a wormhole inside a planet
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23 Dec 2018 13:13

Cosmicunicorn wrote:
Source of the post why didn't these embed

Because you don't have enough posts, being a newly registered user. Courtesy of spambots.
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23 Dec 2018 15:41

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23 Dec 2018 18:48

A-L-E-X wrote:
wow the sunsets and sunrises there must be spectacular.  is that in our galaxy?

No, it's a science fiction system. In SE, the relationship between planets and stars is exchanged, the radius of stars is reduced, and then the semi-long axis of stars to planets is modified to create a system.
 
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24 Dec 2018 12:05

Reposting a picture I originally posted on the old forum a few years back. Merry Christmas from the Space Engine universe!

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