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11 Feb 2019 20:17

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Into the night...

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14 Feb 2019 03:18

SE:The Wandering Earth 1.0
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14 Feb 2019 06:04

xingqiu1 wrote:
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Ah... the modified comet tail? Turned out pretty good. :)
 
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14 Feb 2019 06:58

Mr. Abner wrote:
xingqiu1 wrote:
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Ah... the modified comet tail? Turned out pretty good. :)

Yes
 
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15 Feb 2019 08:34

Bubbles planet
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16 Feb 2019 11:44

Satrun rings from its satellites with the largest orbital inclination.

FOV = 45° (default SE)

Mimas
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Tethys
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Titan
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Iapetus
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Iapetus - controversal light
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FOV 20° (roughly realistic FOV, if your face is 2 feet away from 24" display)

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16 Feb 2019 14:17

I like how the sunlight is tinted blue by Saturn's E ring and G ring.
 
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16 Feb 2019 15:06

SpaceEngineer wrote:
Satrun rings from its satellites with the largest orbital inclination.

FOV = 45° (default SE)

Mimas
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Tethys
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Titan
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Iapetus
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Iapetus - controversal light
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FOV 20° (roughly realistic FOV, if your face is 2 feet away from 24" display)

Mimas
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Tethys
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Titan
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Iapetus
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that is pure beauty.
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16 Feb 2019 15:09

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Would you mind if I used one of them as a screensaver?
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16 Feb 2019 18:17

Messier wrote:
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Would you mind if I used one of them as a screensaver?

Who, me? No, not at all. I'm actually flattered.
But if you're going to sell them as wallpaper/screensaver images, then send some profits my way. :) I am poor (financially).
 
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16 Feb 2019 23:04

Mr. Abner wrote:
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Would you mind if I used one of them as a screensaver?

Who, me? No, not at all. I'm actually flattered.
But if you're going to sell them as wallpaper/screensaver images, then send some profits my way. :) I am poor (financially).

I'm afraid I won't be selling them, sorry :)
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17 Feb 2019 02:43

Planetary engine
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17 Feb 2019 03:03

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so that's a whole planet in motion?
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17 Feb 2019 16:02

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18 Feb 2019 02:46

Messier wrote:
xingqiu1 wrote:
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so that's a whole planet in motion?

The largest is the planet, with all the shining dots being satellites, and adding glow textures and comet tail gas particles 

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