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13 Mar 2017 18:43

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13 Mar 2017 20:06

SpaceEngineer wrote:
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.

But have you ever looked at Mars from the surface of Phobos...
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...or Jupiter from the surface of Amalthea...Image

...or Saturn from the surface of Mimas?
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13 Mar 2017 20:10

Don't worry about me, just posting a lot of images (sorry if it seems like spam)
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14 Mar 2017 04:31

Spam would be off topic or pointless posts :)
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14 Mar 2017 05:19

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14 Mar 2017 12:37

Into The Sun
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14 Mar 2017 17:24

Having fun trolling the technophobic natives of this infamous moon.... :lol:

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Sometimes, glitchy planets make for beautiful scenery...

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I actually found it around the star Merak, in the Big Dipper asterism. 10th planet out, SE 0.980. :)


"Wingview" cruising over my Terraformed Pluto. :)

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All pics made with Reshade. :)
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15 Mar 2017 16:48

This is awesome!
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16 Mar 2017 13:00

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16 Mar 2017 17:48

Which looks more cinematic?
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16 Mar 2017 18:05

noise, glow and horizontal blackbars can make anything cinematic
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17 Mar 2017 06:56

DoctorOfSpace wrote:

Subjects, composition, realism, hi-def... Awesome. For me, that's a place reserved for the next tour of "Real celestial objects" in the Universe section.
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17 Mar 2017 08:35

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17 Mar 2017 14:34

Beautiful color!  I love this.

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