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Posted: 17 Mar 2017 19:47
Spacer, that view is gorgeous. The coloring fits perfectly with that aurora, and really makes it light up.
Posted: 18 Mar 2017 01:39
Posted: 18 Mar 2017 03:10
Ok, old time user here
Have to make some posts to start threads, so here is the first one.
Just something I stumbled upon while playing also with fast forward time: a double eclipse.
If you want to go: open *\SpaceEngine\config\places-user.cfg and copy this and paste:
Place "Double eclips"
Body "RS 8474-1357-8-7184293-1414 B1"
Parent "RS 8474-1357-8-7184293-1414 B"
Date "2017.03.16 13:28:41.40"
Pos (+000000000000017892BD648D9E1C7F3A -00000000000007BEF87E50A9A23D538F -000000000000044ECDC50FC871237D39)
Rot (-0.09400925994609491 -0.5110912860060937 -0.7930431570412807 0.3178529651946381)
Posted: 18 Mar 2017 05:10
very nice image, indeed!
Posted: 18 Mar 2017 22:45
Posted: 19 Mar 2017 11:39
, beautiful! Although oceanias are my least favorite type of planets, because they have nothing to explore, they can look extremely beautiful sometimes.
Posted: 19 Mar 2017 14:17
I was playing around with time, trying to get a nice sunset photo. I was pleasantly surprised.
Posted: 19 Mar 2017 16:51
Stunning set. Will this system be made available? I'd love to explore it.
Posted: 19 Mar 2017 16:54
Posted: 19 Mar 2017 21:54
Oh great I love to explore the new planets with 8 new colors for gasgiant and icegiants very very very soon
Posted: 20 Mar 2017 09:24
RS 10558-29-4-1608-6 4
Place "Beautiful Terra"
Body "RS 10558-29-4-1608-6 4"
Parent "RS 10558-29-4-1608-6 4-4.1"
Date "2017.03.10 15:35:30.84"
Pos (-000000000A4C7B00D1897733EADF9D22 +000000000C1D4597B52D5212AA18696B -0000000008BD0F640C771A774DF14D28)
Rot (-0.05403176644665608 0.921966362778558 0.2701221853038298 0.2721995575422812)
Posted: 20 Mar 2017 11:42
A Frozen Titan with a Hydrogen-Rich Atmosphere and Strange Deposits
Meet RS 8474-1353-8-11842522-590 B5, a frozen Titan larger and more massive than Earth with a substantial hydrogen-rich atmosphere, a large moon (just barely visible in the picture, to the right of Star B (the planet's main star; it's in a double-red-dwarf binary)), and some very strange electric-blue surface deposits. I wonder what they could be. Glacier-type ice, perhaps? It's not oxygen: the planet's not cold enough for oxygen to freeze. It could, I suppose, be cryo-volcanic liquid oxygen, which is strikingly blue
Posted: 20 Mar 2017 18:45
Posted: 21 Mar 2017 02:54
Posted: 21 Mar 2017 07:35
A super-luminous main-sequence star (300 solar masses, 95,000 solar luminosities) with a yellow-giant companion, as viewed from the moon of one of its planets.