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24 Jun 2017 11:03

Watsisname, cool images! is that shadow an eclipse?  :)
Fireinthehole, thanks!
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24 Jun 2017 11:24

Aye, I followed an eclipse shadow across a desert planet until it passed over some interesting terrain.  The low cloud layer really adds to the effect. :)

Wouldn't it be weird if there could be a stationary eclipse shadow?  Imagine what locals would think of the place...


Added:  Here's the location.  Credit to Elemental for finding the planet (from the Breathable Atmospheres thread).
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24 Jun 2017 14:11

back to some planets editing after a year, here my results:
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25 Jun 2017 17:49

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25 Jun 2017 20:25

An interesting binary planet system that I foundImage
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Nice-looking gas giant. Got two images of it from two of its moons' south poles.
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25 Jun 2017 22:04

Too close for comfort
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26 Jun 2017 00:22

Even more screenshots:
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26 Jun 2017 03:27

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Neptune & Triton
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26 Jun 2017 14:13

hum-dee-dum toolin' around the universe
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26 Jun 2017 14:14

Always looking for a cool galaxy to be seen in the sky from the ground
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27 Jun 2017 16:42

Got some nice screenshots
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28 Jun 2017 11:42

Cool conjunction of moons!
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28 Jun 2017 20:20

HarbingerDawn, that trick with pressing the esc key right after pressing "4" to take control of a ship and keep the camera position works a treat. Thanks for that hint. (I do have to remember to right-click and follow the ship, or the camera will still rotate with the ship, but that's okay.) It does work to alternate between controlling the camera and controlling the ship, and that's all I asked for. :)

So on that note...
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28 Jun 2017 20:33

ImperiumAssertor, have you powered up any of the "turbo laser cannons" yet?
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29 Jun 2017 04:18

Watsisname wrote:
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That's a very clever use of the eclipse shadow. Really cool shots!

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