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26 Apr 2017 23:31

tRetro-Visor, good video, music sounds familiar like Mass Effect but I am not sure.
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27 Apr 2017 08:38

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
tRetro-Visor, good video, music sounds familiar like Mass Effect but I am not sure.

Its from NFS High Stakes, and it was re-used in the Afterlife Club from Omega in Mass Effect 2
 
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04 May 2017 10:11


A video of the most recent beta release.
 
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04 May 2017 11:45

LiveLife42, great as always!  :)
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05 May 2017 07:22

LiveLife42 is tha video from SE 0.9.8.0 or SE 0.9.8.1 just wondering 
 
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05 May 2017 07:33

Predatorkate, from 0.9.8.1
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05 May 2017 10:46

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
Predatorkate, from 0.9.8.1

Oh cool
 
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05 May 2017 10:52

I will be livestreaming here in about 1 hour :)
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06 May 2017 07:40

ow missed it. Very interesting, though.
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07 May 2017 06:27


Saturn ring eclipse from 9.8.1 in 4k with music by Andreas Vollenweider & processing in AE
 
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07 May 2017 08:39

HarbingerDawn wrote:
I will be livestreaming here in about 1 hour :)

Great stream and so good to see the nebulas in action. 
 
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11 May 2017 08:57

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Drown In Pale Light 4k v2 

Saturn ring eclipse from 9.8.1 in 4k with music by Andreas Vollenweider & processing in AE
 
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17 May 2017 06:05

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From 9.8.1 with some light adjustments in After Effects

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28 May 2017 12:29

As i promised two pages ago in this thread, i made a video which is part 2 to the previous one. So again, this is about the awesome Arp 148 aka Mayall's Object. This time not space ship flight, but simple times lapse, showing the sky of the planet with life, planet itself and in the end, whole beauty of these two colliding galaxies.


Every time i run Space Engine, i just keep telling myself, how the author of this program could achieve such awesomeness with it. So yet again, as a lover of the universe and worker at observatory, i have to say, i bow before you, SpaceEngineer and keep up the awesome work with Space Engine. I already consider this much better than Star Citizen, No Man's Sky and other games that are trying to be a space games, but adding nonsensical aspects to the game, just to deliver more fun, but forgetting that the real space is much more interesting, mysterious and weird and thus much more fun than all the fantasy space we see in movies or games.

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