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11 Apr 2017 20:16

Gnargenox wrote:
Source of the post it's just photoshopped in?

No, I imported a model.
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11 Apr 2017 20:47

Cool, it peaked my interest in models now.
Here are some bubble gum worlds to chew on.
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11 Apr 2017 20:49

and some random clutter, I like the last one with 5 black moons in view
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12 Apr 2017 14:24

Going 150000 light years away from the Milky Way and turning up the magnitude limit to 15 really puts into perspective the distribution of calatog and procedural objects in it.

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12 Apr 2017 16:44

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12 Apr 2017 18:12

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12 Apr 2017 23:01

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13 Apr 2017 07:45

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That's it for me today. My journey ended in SE crashing. I foolishly tried to speed my way into the center of a galaxy before my display driver restarted and SE stopped working.
 
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13 Apr 2017 19:13

The amazingly yellow planet is a Warm Terra with life, RSC 8474-2616-4-462-70 3 It also looks like it has taken a very rough beating over it's life time, with numerous scratches and scrapes hunders of km wide and thousands of km long, planet wide.
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14 Apr 2017 03:54

Some Planets that I found.
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I found this Terra with life in the Carina Nebula.    RS 8474-1357-7-897965-121 B4"
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14 Apr 2017 12:45

i know i didnt post in a while, so here you go:
i am very proud of these ones:
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15 Apr 2017 11:07

A few from the archives.
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15 Apr 2017 11:52

:shock: wow
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15 Apr 2017 11:53

Nothing to see here :)
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15 Apr 2017 11:58

Hornblower, you are not allowed to spread beta images outside of the Beta testing forum!

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