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24 Apr 2017 12:28

Thanks, but i deleted all addons and still nothing :(
 
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24 Apr 2017 13:57

I'm afraid I've expressed myself poorly. If the star you're looking for it's the ID you posted before, well that does not exist in a standard SpaceEngine 0980 version. I can't find it me too. Hornblower probably use a galaxy addon that we don't have installed.
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25 Apr 2017 00:18

That was just example, I don't have any "RS" object in the Find Object window (F3). :'(
 
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25 Apr 2017 01:59

Just type the whole name of a RS object, then click "Ok" or if you want to travel there immediately, "Go to" if you want to go there.
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25 Apr 2017 03:56

ShockMaker wrote:
Source of the post I don't have any "RS" object in the Find Object window (F3)

RS objects are not displayed in the search window !
If you have an RS address, enter it in the window and press 'Go to'.
If the star exists, you will be led there.
 
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25 Apr 2017 07:43

ShockMaker wrote:
Source of the post That was just example, I don't have any "RS" object in the Find Object window (F3). :'(

Find Object window lists known catalog objects or addons objects, but as I said if you write a known RS number it will select it for you.
And if you don't have a particular RS object number, then the only way to find some, apart for clicking on a random star on the screen, again it's the Star Browser :)

Maybe we should also mention the fact that "RS" objects are not real objects, but procedurally generated by the program on the fly (RS = Random Star).
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25 Apr 2017 10:21

And RC is a star cluster, RSC is a star in a star cluster, RN is a nebula and RG is a galaxy.
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26 Apr 2017 02:02

Thank you guys
 
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14 May 2017 21:16

The most insane thing I've ever seen is a ridiculously volcanic moon. I mean seriously, that thing illuminated the moons nearby as if it were the reflection of the planet.
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22 May 2017 05:50

Zero_Industria wrote:
The most insane thing I've ever seen is a ridiculously volcanic moon. I mean seriously, that thing illuminated the moons nearby as if it were the reflection of the planet.

Once I created a star and it generated a bunch of procedural planets. One moon was 2.11 magnitudes brighter than it's cold gas giant parent planet, while being 6 times smaller.
 
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22 May 2017 14:37

Why not a category for the Oldest and Youngest stars/planet.

Can anyone find a planet with less than 100.000 years? Or one that has come along the entire history of the universe?
 
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22 May 2017 20:04

Planets are not generated around stars less than 1e6 years old.
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23 May 2017 07:27

Big star that I found on the old forum (I take no credit): RS 0-0-0-733-7216-0-0-31
It has 164.52 A.U. radius and 300 solar masses.
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01 Jun 2017 12:04

http://i.imgur.com/FZc0fey.png

R136a1 3, with an oblateness value of 0.08
 
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03 Jun 2017 16:17

http://i.imgur.com/r5Iraqu.png

RS 6699-449-6-243194-48 8, a slightly more oblate planet (with an oblateness of ~0.09) than R136a1 3.

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