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30 Mar 2019 15:04

A while ago I encountered these patterns while zooming in (FOV) on black holes in built 0.9.73. But I didn't manage to reproduce them in 0.9.8
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30 Mar 2019 16:11

A deep purple temperate terra with life
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31 Mar 2019 05:04

Sci-fi planetary rings
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01 Apr 2019 00:22

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How did this work? Can the shape of planetary rings be controlled in 0.990?
 
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01 Apr 2019 02:30

xingqiu1 wrote:
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How did this work? Can the shape of planetary rings be controlled in 0.990?


It'll be a specific placement of objects to create ring shadows.
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xingqiu1 wrote:
Source of the post How did this work?

The ring is not a normal ring, but a cloud layer on an invisible object.
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01 Apr 2019 05:31

Once upon a time, like, a while ago, I was searching for earth like moons that weren't tidally locked to their parent planets. This is a result of that exploration.
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So much pink!
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Since you ARE a beta tester, I'll assume this is SE 0990? If so, then we are in for a treat. The terrain looks gorgeous.
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03 Apr 2019 01:09

Stellarator, yeah he is, the new terrain isn't perfect but it is a huge improvement over previous versions

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03 Apr 2019 03:22

Holy s**tballs! wow that looks absolutely amazing. :D
 
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03 Apr 2019 06:59

My goodness! the new terrain is spectacular, even better than what I thought.

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