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04 Jan 2017 06:27

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Source of the post I am only going off of The Science of Interstellar and the movie so I won't be adding those.  There are mentions of the Neutron star which I have Edmund's planet orbiting.This is how I have it configured

I know, I read it but in the movie, Dr. Brand said Edmund was the planet they had to choose because she was talking about the planet being far enough away from Gargantua not to have too much tidal force, May notice that the ambient light on Edmund is the same as on Earth (yes I know, the scenes are turned on Earth), a neutron star will instead put a blue light I think.
Also Gargantua is in another galaxy.
I also say that when they are towards the black hole, it is fast to reach the center from Mann (I avoid too much spoil) so for me, the black hole is not very big but after I do not know what is the speed of the vessel, also they cut off the ends to avoid doing too long and also it diluating time.

Question off-topic : The wormhole work and don't work ?
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04 Jan 2017 06:36

Quarior wrote:
Source of the post the planet being far enough away from Gargantua not to have too much tidal force,

Distance in the addon is good enough.
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Source of the post a neutron star will instead put a blue light I think.

The lighting from the neutron star is minimal, doesn't even illuminate the surface.
Quarior wrote:
Source of the post Also Gargantua is in another galaxy.

I have it in the LMC still, I may look into moving it further away but it should not be in the center of a galaxy or in a cluster.
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Source of the post it is fast to reach the center from Mann

On Mann's closest approach as covered in the book.
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Source of the post The wormhole work and don't work ?

They don't work yet.
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04 Jan 2017 07:16

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
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Source of the postSource of the post the planet being far enough away from Gargantua not to have too much tidal force,

Distance in the addon is good enough.

Yes but she compares the distance between Gargantua-Mann and Gargantua-Edmund after, maybe Mann is very eccentric and was closer to Gargantua than Edmund.
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Source of the postThe wormhole work and don't work ?

They don't work yet.

May be in the 0.9.2 or 1.0.0.0.

And thanks for others answers.
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05 Jan 2017 04:22

Just wanted to try uploading one of my pics.
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05 Jan 2017 09:51

Some pics of my space explorations:
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05 Jan 2017 10:08

Here are some member planets of the galactic empire I founded in the RG 0-0-0-921 Galaxy, which is thousands of times bigger than the Milky Way ;)
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05 Jan 2017 11:42

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05 Jan 2017 13:11

superpartes,cool looking planets!
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05 Jan 2017 14:57

Thank you ^^ Have some more
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05 Jan 2017 15:04

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superpartes,cool looking planets!

2nd-ed. It's cool to see so many right next to each other like that. It really gives you a better idea about the staggering variety, just among terras!
 
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05 Jan 2017 16:11

I love Mars sized planets with life here's another I found, there are no gas giants orbiting the star which I thought was a little odd since almost every star has at least one gas giant.
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05 Jan 2017 18:55

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This is the hottest planet with life I have ever found, I doubt it would be possible for life to actually exist under these conditions.
 
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06 Jan 2017 11:24

Friend of mine asked me to port him an Akira class starship so I just spent the last few hours working on porting it and tweaking the textures
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