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Posted: 25 Aug 2020 23:58
by Mr. Abner
Well, since I'm here again...

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Posted: 04 Sep 2020 22:04
by A-L-E-X
oh that definitely sounds worth exploring!  I have been looking at worlds in the LMC

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Posted: 14 Sep 2020 00:09
by JackDole
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Posted: 14 Sep 2020 08:51
by Mr. Abner
:o Is that a half parsec radius planet? There might just be enough room for everybody on that monster.

You're mad I tell you, mad! (In a good way, of course.)

(And actually looks like a water painting.)

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Posted: 14 Sep 2020 09:13
by A-L-E-X
and is that planet already in .990?

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Posted: 14 Sep 2020 12:22
by JackDole
Mr. Abner wrote:
Source of the post :o Is that a half parsec radius planet? There might just be enough room for everybody on that monster.

In fact, the black hole inside the planet has 'only' a radius of 0.14 parsecs (0.456 light years).
I had to make the radius of the planet 3.5 times larger so that the surface of the planet appears outside the black hole. Apparently a problem with the curved space!
The black hole has a mass of 1.5 trillion suns.
So that the gravitation at the Schwarzschild radius corresponds approximately to the earth's gravity.

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Posted: 14 Sep 2020 12:28
by JackDole
A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post and is that planet already in .990?

No. And it won't. If I don't do an add-on of it. Which I probably won't do because the whole thing is pretty glitchy.

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Posted: 14 Sep 2020 13:45
by A-L-E-X
JackDole wrote:
A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post and is that planet already in .990?

No. And it won't. If I don't do an add-on of it. Which I probably won't do because the whole thing is pretty glitchy.

oh sorry to hear that, is it in .0980e then?

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Posted: 14 Sep 2020 16:43
by JackDole
I assume you mean the giant planet around the huge, irresponsibly huge black hole?
No. Because if SE 0.980 such a planet is not possible. It would only appear as a gas planet. If it wasn't totally glitchy anyway.

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Posted: 14 Sep 2020 18:58
by Mr. Abner
If my math is corrects, that would have a surface area of 2,872,853,278,179,353,709,340,776,557.9297 square kilometers. :o Give or take a few acres. (I did notice the 1g surface gravity.)

Or 2.873E27 km2.

Earth is some 5.101E8 km2.

Some 5,631,941,341,265,151,361 times the Earth's surface area. :O

Now it begs the question, what kind of star do you use to light it up? Hmmmmm?

And it does give new meaning to the phrase "I can see for miles!"

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Posted: 14 Sep 2020 19:36
by JackDole
Mr. Abner wrote:
Source of the post Now it begs the question, what kind of star do you use to light it up? Hmmmmm?

A 'G2 V' Star.

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Posted: 14 Sep 2020 22:11
by Mr. Abner
Any pics from the surface?

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Posted: 14 Sep 2020 22:34
by JackDole
That is very glitchy! :D

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Posted: 15 Sep 2020 10:24
by DomBed1
The second picture looks like a retro grid

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Posted: 16 Sep 2020 12:30
by DoctorOfSpace
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