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elemental
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04 Jul 2017 04:56

Largest moon ever???? 
This is the strangest pair I have ever found ;-)
The 'moon' is larger than the 'planet'. They have they same atmo composition, but different masses !!!
Please take a good look : RS 8474-1353-7-1367659-1001 6
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09 Jul 2017 16:53

Dr. Kaii wrote:
Please add records for galaxies:
Largest (procedural) galaxy by stars
Largest (procedrual) galaxy by radius
Location with largest stellar density (number of results in a 10ly radius search in the star browser)

Can add for each archetype of galaxy

No takers for these yet? To start things off, I've come across RG 0-1-1-99, a spiral galaxy with 3.5 trillion stars, and RG 0-0-0-1265, an elliptical galaxy with 20 trillion stars. Curiously, both of these galaxies are 326,160 light years in diameter.
 
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09 Jul 2017 17:20

326,160ly is the current size limit for procedural galaxies in space engine. 
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09 Jul 2017 17:34

Here is a large ice giant I found.

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09 Jul 2017 21:58

Seems that a new race has begun. Muahahahahaha....
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11 Jul 2017 06:10

elemental wrote:
Seems that a new race has begun. Muahahahahaha....
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How oblate is it?
 
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11 Jul 2017 16:37

How about this one.

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12 Jul 2017 06:47

Starlight Glimmer wrote:
How about this one.

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F-for what?
 
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12 Jul 2017 08:44

jasperhb wrote:
Starlight Glimmer wrote:
How about this one.

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F-for what?

Largest planet / Ice giant. 
 
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22 Jul 2017 03:24

Early morning Gas Giant Eclipse seen through the Eye of a Storm on top of a Volcano on a Moon with Rings and Unicellular Terrestrial Life, with a breathable Atmosphere.
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24 Jul 2017 00:26

Star with the lowest luminosity(I have found): A Y9.9 V Brown Dwarf, whose luminosity is 6.6999*10^(-11)
Location: RS 0-1-1-1584-15132-8-16054983-22
Y is the lowest in the spectrum classes while 9.9 is the least luminous, I wonder if this 'star' is the darkest one? 
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24 Jul 2017 02:48

Least objects in a system:


The ε Eridani system (with 2 members)


Although this isn't in the extremes, I've found the youngest star I've ever seen.


HIP 26816 (at 11,101.278 years old)

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26 Jul 2017 06:09

Another finding in 'Least Luminous Star' and 'Least Massive Star' : again a Y9.9 V brown dwarf. However, its existence in a triple brown dwarf system make its one side as 'luminous' as 1.9422*10^(-12), while the dark side has a luminosity of 9.0949810^(-13).Its mass is 8.6415 times Jupiter mass. Should I call it a STAR?
Btw, that system is a brown dwarf museum (one L, one T and one Y) 'hovering' above a galaxy.
System: RS 0-3-228-233-14693-8-9450805-25
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27 Jul 2017 02:43

OX-NFLS the lower mass limit for deuterium (2H or hydrogen-2) fusion is about 13 MJ. Which means the Y9.9 brown dwarf isn't really a star. They are called sub brown dwarfs, and form in the same way stars and brown dwarfs do.
 
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07 Aug 2017 03:33

I believe this is the largest known planet ... hope someone could find a larger one
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