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Posted: 07 Aug 2017 08:40
by onglobalproductions
Largest screenshot ever made in Spaceengine !
I took me a long day, but i've took some screenshots, stich it together.
and here it is :
http://www.gigapan.com/gigapans/201237
an 2980 Megapixel, (3 Gigapixel !) screenshot from space engine

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Posted: 10 Aug 2017 01:05
by TypicalPerson
onglobalproductions woah, that is beautiful!

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Posted: 10 Aug 2017 05:24
by Hornblower
Wow. I can't imagine how long it took to export that image

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Posted: 10 Aug 2017 11:42
by onglobalproductions
it took 6 hours to export, from an 20 core xeon workstation.
the image it self, is 22GB in size, most smartphones these days, cant carry more then one of those images.

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Posted: 11 Aug 2017 18:50
by Zack Man
[img]C:\SpaceEngine\screenshots\scr00054.png[/img]I found a really bright star

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Posted: 18 Aug 2017 03:19
by elemental
Zack Man wrote:
[img]http://forum.spaceengine.org/C:\SpaceEngine\screenshots\scr00054.png[/img]I found a really bright star

Check out R136a1, luminosity: 8710000
scr00047.jpg

Hottest planet?

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Posted: 28 Aug 2017 13:02
by BananaMapper
I think I have found the largest star 
Type: Red Supergiant
Spectrum: M9.9 Ib
Size: 153.21 AU
Mass: 300 Suns
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Posted: 19 Sep 2017 15:07
by SamHalls2017
I once found a 158 AU star in the IC 1101 galaxy, but I lost it upon repairing. :(

I might try to find it again.  It would've been one of the largest stars in a non procedural galaxy.

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Posted: 19 Sep 2017 15:22
by SamHalls2017
Fortunately, I found a 156.23 AU star in the very same galaxy (IC 1101).

If you're wondering, the star ID is RS 10389-145110-0-0-3853.

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Posted: 21 Sep 2017 12:42
by Wicker1M
elemental wrote:
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

How can a moon be larger than its parent planet?

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Posted: 21 Sep 2017 14:50
by Hornblower
Wicker1M wrote:
Source of the post How can a moon be larger than its parent planet?

I have found them before. They can be larger because their less massive.

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Posted: 21 Sep 2017 17:11
by Watsisname
Wicker1M wrote:
Source of the post How can a moon be larger than its parent planet?

Lower density.  But it's perhaps better to call this a binary planet than a planet + moon.

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Posted: 30 Sep 2017 13:46
by WildOne657
After a large search I found a planet with a high ESI (Around 0.978):
ESI0.978.jpg

However, it has an atmospheric completely toxic. The only things I see similar to Earth it's the mass and diameter.

The planet it's called: RS 0-6-145352-569-1842-7-1787955-613 4

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Posted: 18 Oct 2017 09:10
by JKerman
I found a red supergiant with a surface temperature of only 3190F. The best place to find these stars is in globular clusters.

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Posted: 23 Nov 2017 12:40
by Mouthwash
Alright folks, it's here! The largest star - RS 8403-452-0-0-75, weighing in at 161.1 AU across! There's a nice view of it and its home galaxy from a nearby orbiting body:

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