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02 Apr 2017 20:37

Great scenery as always, Spacer. :)
 
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02 Apr 2017 21:45

Watsisname,thanks!  :D
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03 Apr 2017 17:49

Photo-realistic shots of the moon
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03 Apr 2017 17:51

What do you think of those ? 
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03 Apr 2017 18:01

A little bit more from me...
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04 Apr 2017 05:03

Black Elvis, those pics are amazing :)
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04 Apr 2017 06:33

@Xoran Thanks man :)
 
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04 Apr 2017 07:04

Hornblower wrote:
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Can you give coordinates?
 
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04 Apr 2017 12:28

system1024, it's a custom system
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05 Apr 2017 05:53

SpaceEngine (April 5, 2017) vs Celestia (September 7, 2012)
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05 Apr 2017 16:35

XBrain130 wrote:
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Real planet brightness?
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05 Apr 2017 17:05

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
XBrain130 wrote:
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Real planet brightness?


For the SE pic, yeah. I know it is not realistically calibrated in the public version, but I prefer it over "constant illumination until an abrupt cut-off around the scattered disk".
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05 Apr 2017 19:39

It has been an interesting 24 hour journey...
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05 Apr 2017 19:58

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05 Apr 2017 20:35

I forgot to remove the SDSS galaxy v2.0 before reinstalling SDSS galaxies v1.1 in search of a missing system I photographed, and noticed something interesting:

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Apparently the star distribution isn't truly random. Oops. :P  :lol:

(EDIT: Forgot to add that I found the system I was seeking. :P )
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Anyways some more, unrelated pics. :)

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I miss this 0.971 glitch... It was my favorite SE glitch lol.

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