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LightShader
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03 Mar 2017 21:40

LiveLife those mountains are just beautiful.
 
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Watsisname
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03 Mar 2017 21:49

Every single one of those screens is desktop background worthy.
 
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devo343
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04 Mar 2017 06:40

herres some of my favortie pics ive taken
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04 Mar 2017 10:05

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Sunrise over titan
Space is vast, even the closest star will take 17,900 years to reach.
 
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amoebae
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07 Mar 2017 08:59

I've got transparent planets at the moment (nvidia - probably need to update my drivers, although I'm pretty sure I've used 0.9.8.0 with these before) but I'm digging the effect so I'm not looking to solve it for the time being. Enjoying taking lots of gas giant pictures.

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amoebae
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07 Mar 2017 09:23

While I wait patiently (read: not patiently at all) for the release of Mass Effect: Andromeda, I've set off as part of the forward party (party of one) to scout out the prettiest places first.

RS 1228-951-0-0-83 :: binary system, blue star with black hole.

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I hotsample with SRWE, so as always larger sizes (including the non-compressed original png) are available at flickr by clicking on the pictures.
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Bambusman
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08 Mar 2017 09:16

The cats eye nebula:
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08 Mar 2017 11:25

Alien skies: how largest moons are visible from their parent planet's surface. Jupiter's Io, our Moon and Neptune's Triton are largest. So, alien skies are no so shiny like in movies. No giant moons covering half of the sky, sadly. At least in our Solar system.

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Picture made by changing ParentBody of largest moons to Earth, then adjusting orbit Inclination / AscendingNode / MeanAnomaly in the editor.

Edit: well, skies on some alien moons are more spectacular than on planets. For example, from Europa, Io and Ganymede sometimes looks twice larger than the Moon from Earth. Not saying about parent planets themselves...

Edit2: some inner asteroid-like moons on gas giants sometimes could look as large as Ganymede.
 
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amoebae
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08 Mar 2017 16:12

I've posted this in the Troubleshooting thread, but worth posting it here too since a lot of ReShade users will be likely in this thread: I lost all my planet and star textures when using ReShade 3.0.5 and 3.0.6 (as of writing 3.0.6 is the most recent version). Rolling back to 3.0.3 fixed it.

Worth the head-scratching to finally get a picture of this beauty:

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RS 1228-1824-7-216099-1340 8 :: frozen titan with life, Andromeda. 
 
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Bran Noircorbac
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09 Mar 2017 04:40

Here come some new images that i think worthy!
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09 Mar 2017 07:49

I always appreciate your eye for color Bran Noircorbac!
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Bran Noircorbac
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09 Mar 2017 08:49

Thank you!

some of your last ones looks like visions in acids! Very nice!
 
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09 Mar 2017 18:13

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10 Mar 2017 10:35

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10 Mar 2017 17:22

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