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MinoMMN
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21 Apr 2018 07:05

I just found largest star maybe ever, vanilla game no mods version 0.9.8.0 also i didnt edited it, just randomly clicked at random star in random galaxy... Look at its diameter: Star RS 0-0-0-840-18123-0-0-26
Type: Red Supergiant
Spectrum: M5.7 Ib
Diameter: 94.3 AU (10135 D of Sol)
Mass: 300 Masses of Sol
Absolute magnitude: -7.99
Temperature: 2386.9°C

I even have a picture, but i just registered bcs of this star and i dont know how to post a picture.
Thank you
 
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21 Apr 2018 11:11

MinoMMN wrote:
Source of the post I even have a picture, but i just registered bcs of this star and i dont know how to post a picture.

You can post pictures if you have made at least 10 posts.
 
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21 Apr 2018 19:04

MinoMMN wrote:
I just found largest star maybe ever, vanilla game no mods version 0.9.8.0 also i didnt edited it, just randomly clicked at random star in random galaxy... Look at its diameter: Star RS 0-0-0-840-18123-0-0-26
Type: Red Supergiant
Spectrum: M5.7 Ib
Diameter: 94.3 AU (10135 D of Sol)
Mass: 300 Masses of Sol
Absolute magnitude: -7.99
Temperature: 2386.9°C

I even have a picture, but i just registered bcs of this star and i dont know how to post a picture.
Thank you

You still have a ways to go... back on page 10 of this thread, 83.39AU radius (17,925 times Sol), and on page 11, an older find from another user, 167.02AU diameter (17,950 times Sol).
Keep searching. :)
 
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22 Apr 2018 20:26

Mr. Abner wrote:
MinoMMN wrote:
I just found largest star maybe ever, vanilla game no mods version 0.9.8.0 also i didnt edited it, just randomly clicked at random star in random galaxy... Look at its diameter: Star RS 0-0-0-840-18123-0-0-26
Type: Red Supergiant
Spectrum: M5.7 Ib
Diameter: 94.3 AU (10135 D of Sol)
Mass: 300 Masses of Sol
Absolute magnitude: -7.99
Temperature: 2386.9°C

I even have a picture, but i just registered bcs of this star and i dont know how to post a picture.
Thank you

You still have a ways to go... back on page 10 of this thread, 83.39AU radius (17,925 times Sol), and on page 11, an older find from another user, 167.02AU diameter (17,950 times Sol).
Keep searching. :)

Its only 0.70 AU for me. darn :/
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22 May 2018 10:20

[quote="Gakko"]About KOI-3891.01, are the textures for it messed up for you too?[/quote]
Yeah... So are most of other "planets" that are obviously way too big to even make sense.
 
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22 May 2018 10:23

[quote="JackDole"][quote="AlexanderVB"][post]19692[/post] KOI-3891.01; the largest AND most massive "planet" I've ever found.

Radius: 1.24 AU (29144 times Earth's radius)
Mass: 1.4197 million SOLAR masses[/quote]
I think it's an error in the catalog.[/quote]

Well... one thing for sure is this: It is NOT the fault of Space Engine's procedural generation, but rather in the real life information.
 
vlad01
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22 May 2018 21:11

lol, that's not a planet! its a dyson sphere :P
 
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22 May 2018 22:08

Most flat stars?

Sorry I forgot to allow UI in the screenshot so I don't have the catalog numbers, but 2nd one is a star in Cygnus
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14 Jun 2018 07:09

Very odd system.

At first I thought I was seeing a completely flat star but saw it was just a mega bright accretion disk.

So the system is a triple system of a white dwarf with disk and 2 brown dwarfs that also have auroras, one brown dwarf has one side tidally locked and roasted by the white dwarf.

Oddly one planet also has life.

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14 Jun 2018 08:21

That's a beautiful system, nice find!
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19 Jun 2018 10:42

[quote="AlexanderVB"]KOI-3891.01; the largest AND most massive "planet" I've ever found.

Dude, I think you've found the first Dyson sphere in space engine

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