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27 Feb 2017 12:02

I think my wife is jealous LOLOL oh well - dump #3 of 3
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27 Feb 2017 13:50

I found the funny planet called "Eta Pavonis", this atmosphere are incredibly red O_o
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27 Feb 2017 19:55

Just keeps getting better.

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28 Feb 2017 13:49

LightShader, what's that weird thingy in the sky in that last picture? Is it a lava-covered moon? It looks more like an old, 0.97-type red giant star.
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28 Feb 2017 16:13

Most definitely is a red giant
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01 Mar 2017 06:42

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
Source of the post Most definitely is a red giant

Probably a very cold red supergiant, that is at least my guess ;)
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01 Mar 2017 10:00

Gnargenox, in the fourth picture you posted at the top of this page, where did you find a volcano with blue lava? Is the lava ridiculously hot, or is it a cryovolcano on a titan? I don't think SE has cryovolcanoes, but I wish it did.
 
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01 Mar 2017 13:05

I usually pay a lot of attention to volcanoes just because they are a noticeable structure to have in a screenshot and they come in all shapes and sizes. Lately I've been searching Titans specifically, but this is the first time I've run across a blue-lava or Ice flow. It was a pleasant surprise for me, but I haven't spent any more time looking for them.
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This planet is HIP 9445 8; a Frozen Titan & a Binary to a Cold Desert moon.
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The moon has normal, hot, reddish lava flows coming from it's volcanoes.
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01 Mar 2017 14:16

I went ahead and poked around the neighborhood for some more Cryo-volcanoes.

RS 617-336-6-176079-298 5.2 Has some pretty blue colored volcanoes.
I hope I got the name right, the arrow seems to not be pointing straight down.

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RS 617-336-6-176075-386 7.4 Has life on it that might be the cause of the blue color in this volcano. I dunno.

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01 Mar 2017 17:37

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02 Mar 2017 07:02

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02 Mar 2017 20:33

Orion from Trappist-1:
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02 Mar 2017 21:48

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03 Mar 2017 08:22

A nice sunsetImage

A view from a Enceladus-type moon
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03 Mar 2017 14:36

Updating the Unreal System
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