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Image Dump

02 Nov 2016 14:19

post your SE screenshots here
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Re: Image Dump

02 Nov 2016 17:03

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02 Nov 2016 17:17

[font=Courier New]Alien Astrophotography (Outtakes #1)[/font]
[font=Courier New]These ones weren't as realistic in my opinion[/font]
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02 Nov 2016 17:22

NathanKerbonaut, who were you on the old site?
"Space is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist, but that's just peanuts to space." - Douglas Adams
 
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02 Nov 2016 19:24

Hornblower wrote:
NathanKerbonaut, who were you on the old site?

I was Thomas988. I changed my name because Thomas isn't my real name and my username on another site I often use is Kerbonaut.
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02 Nov 2016 23:30

NathanKerbonaut wrote:
Hornblower wrote:
NathanKerbonaut, who were you on the old site?

I was Thomas988. I changed my name because Thomas isn't my real name and my username on another site I often use is Kerbonaut.

Hello there, Kerbonaut.
 
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Re: Image Dump

03 Nov 2016 08:54

Here are a few of my screenshots. Yes, I've used Harbringer's Homeworld imports, just adapted them a bit.
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03 Nov 2016 19:49

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03 Nov 2016 21:14

[font=Courier New]Alien Astrophotography #5[/font]
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04 Nov 2016 06:01

Here is an image from a planet by me called Matonia:
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04 Nov 2016 14:36

V1016 Orionis, 43 Orionis, RS 610315-1353-6-171602-714 and Orion Nebula with a FOX of 6°53'51.04" from RS 610315-1353-8-10982852-101 A3 (oceania with life) forms a head with hat, no ?
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The head with a hat

Otherwise, beautiful.
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04 Nov 2016 15:25

I recently flew out in the direction of the Coma Cluster, and I was amazed how closely-packed these galaxies are! I even found an elliptical galaxy as big as they come, and it had 16 trillion stars!

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05 Nov 2016 07:50

[font=Courier New]Alien Astrophotography #6[/font]
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Re: Image Dump

05 Nov 2016 08:21

NathanKerbonaut wrote:
I recently flew out in the direction of the Coma Cluster, and I was amazed how closely-packed these galaxies are! I even found an elliptical galaxy as big as they come, and it had 16 trillion stars!

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Wow spectacular. I think in this galaxy, he almost never gets dark so that it is illuminated.
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