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14 Jun 2018 11:13

Dusk or dawn ...
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14 Jun 2018 22:37

A nice fast moving eclipse.

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19 Jun 2018 05:34

These last three are spectacular, Aborygen.

I also like the landscape in your eclipse shot, vlad01, it looks very realistic and Earthlike.
 
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19 Jun 2018 13:40

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21 Jun 2018 04:15

Watsisname wrote:
These last three are spectacular, Aborygen.

Thanks :)





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21 Jun 2018 06:35

Watsisname wrote:
These last three are spectacular, Aborygen.

I also like the landscape in your eclipse shot, vlad01, it looks very realistic and Earthlike.


Cheers. Well for me at least it's not that realistic looking, not compared to the browns and yellows of the Australian scenery that I am used to.

It actually looked completely purple from above the planet due to the purple gas in the atmosphere but I find out it's actually green down on the surface, when all of the sudden an eclipse races over head at ridiculous speeds.  About 2-3min from horizon to horizon.  Looked cool none the less.
 
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21 Jun 2018 08:41

Aborygen, Wow that looks incredible!
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21 Jun 2018 20:05

A pretty starrise:
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A slightly cool terra orbiting a white dwarf and red dwarf at 2.7AU away:
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22 Jun 2018 01:48

Aborygen wrote:
Watsisname wrote:
These last three are spectacular, Aborygen.

Thanks :)
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I'm pretty sure my laptop would go boom if I tried to render that scene. :o

Very beautiful!

Meanwhile, I put on soft music, and did a gradual acceleration out of Belle Hades' atmosphere in my warp plane, for a calming relaxing flight out, starting at 20,000 ft MSL. Eventually I did a slow rotation once I was out. Soon I reached this scene. :3

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22 Jun 2018 11:30

PlutonianEmpire wrote:
Aborygen wrote:
Watsisname wrote:
These last three are spectacular, Aborygen.

Thanks :)
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I'm pretty sure my laptop would go boom if I tried to render that scene. :o

Very beautiful!

Meanwhile, I put on soft music, and did a gradual acceleration out of Belle Hades' atmosphere in my warp plane, for a calming relaxing flight out, starting at 20,000 ft MSL. Eventually I did a slow rotation once I was out. Soon I reached this scene. :3

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You using mods for planets?
To a Galaxy billion light-years away from a Dark World.
 
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22 Jun 2018 19:57

Yeah, I am :)
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