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26 Mar 2017 19:22

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27 Mar 2017 00:41

Beautiful image, Stab74! :)
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27 Mar 2017 07:20

Thanks.  I'm having some fun with the different ship paks lately.  Posted this on the Reddit sub yesterday.  
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27 Mar 2017 08:11

This is RS 8474-1353-7-1479916-257 B3, a scorched oceania with a supercritical ocean. The surface pressure is over 1,000 atmospheres, and the surface temperature is high enough that the low-level clouds are incandescent. That's not a sea of liquid water down there. It's a sea of supercritical water, which, if you don't know, is a weird sort of hybrid between liquid and gas, which can only exist above a certain temperature and pressure. Supercritical water is a fantastic solvent, so I wonder what weird minerals might be dissolved in that ocean...

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27 Mar 2017 10:22

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27 Mar 2017 21:25

I think this planet has a skin rash or something. Very strange topographical contour patterns on a relatively flat landscape.
Even it's 534km Dwarf Moon Asteroid has a few of them. I can't explain it. RS 7353-4-8-8313721-68 A2
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27 Mar 2017 21:40

Canyons Gone Wild! Woo, Spring Break! ;) :lol:
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28 Mar 2017 07:11

Gnargenox wrote:
I think this planet has a skin rash or something. Very strange topographical contour patterns on a relatively flat landscape.

Wow I've never seen that before!
 
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28 Mar 2017 09:01

Gnargenox wrote:
Source of the post Very strange topographical contour patterns on a relatively flat landscape

In a default 0.9.8.0 installation surface pattern is more... orthodox. Interesting nonetheless.
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28 Mar 2017 12:33

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Gotta find those stubborn earthlings hiding in the desert.
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28 Mar 2017 21:51

XBrain130, :P
 
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29 Mar 2017 06:15

Gnargenox wrote:
Source of the post I think this planet has a skin rash or something. Very strange topographical contour patterns on a relatively flat landscape. Even it's 534km Dwarf Moon Asteroid has a few of them. I can't explain it. RS 7353-4-8-8313721-68 A2

Not for me. Still a amazing discovery, never have i seen a dwarf planet with surface life until now, also desert dwarf planets are rare :)

Zenexar, nice image, although a little too black in my opinion. :)
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29 Mar 2017 12:22

Yeah, though, I can make it a bit brighter, by turning on auto exposure, or editing it in a separate software, but I didn't know if that is against the rules or not.
 
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