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sebi076
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06 Apr 2019 11:05

largest star ive ever seen in the game, but there could be an even larger one out there![img]https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/544680631909613568/564144490491936781/SpaceEngine_1920x1017_4_6_2019_1_47_40_PM.png[/img]
 
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06 Apr 2019 11:11

[font=Roboto, sans-serif]largest star ive ever seen in the game, but there could be an even larger one out there[img]https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/544680631909613568/564144490491936781/SpaceEngine_1920x1017_4_6_2019_1_47_40_PM.png[/img][/font]
 
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06 Apr 2019 17:14

sebi076 wrote:
largest star ive ever seen in the game, but there could be an even larger one out thereImage

Can you tell me the star's diameter? In your image, you're only showing the system diameter, not the star's diameter itself. I can't check your star's size since it appears as a blue supergiant instead of a red supergiant for me.
 
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06 Apr 2019 18:28

Radius 83.37 AU, that is 166.74 AU diameter. That's pretty big!
(Of course, I do not know if it really is the biggest one.)
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07 Apr 2019 06:14

It is a extremely rare star, i think only a few stars out of billions of generated stars are bigger than that!

ill nickname it: Sebi's Star
 
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07 Apr 2019 06:18

It is a extremely rare star, i think only a few stars out of billions of generated stars are bigger than that!

ill nickname it: Sebi's Star[img]https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/544680631909613568/564438752404045843/SpaceEngine_1920x1017_4_7_2019_9_16_36_AM.png[/img]
 
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07 Apr 2019 06:21

the one that has a diameter of 167 AU is mine! i nicknamed it!
 
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07 Apr 2019 08:34

Hi, please try to avoid double and triple posting, especially so consecutively
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07 Apr 2019 10:19

I found a system with 6 life worlds.
 
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07 Apr 2019 11:37

sebi076 wrote:
It is a extremely rare star, i think only a few stars out of billions of generated stars are bigger than that!

ill nickname it: Sebi's StarImage

That one was already "discovered". Check back on page 11 of this thread.
 
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07 Apr 2019 13:15

I just found another so ill nickname this one Sebi's Star!

[img]https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/544680631909613568/564543357645357068/SpaceEngine_1920x1017_4_7_2019_4_13_24_PM.png[/img]
 
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23 Apr 2019 12:40

maybe the highest ESI that i ever found on SE.

this is the location: RS 8935-928-8-1658549-60 3.
the ESI is 0.979  :shock:
 
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29 Apr 2019 17:38

I would like to share this, as the hottest thing ive ever discovered orbiting a planemo. 
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RS 0-8-11527539-57-21-8-7667269-312 1

175 Atm, clocking in at 1400.9 C. Holy. ***.
I affectionately call it hell. It glows red.
 
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29 Apr 2019 17:42

I forgot to add, that this object literally is so hot it lights up the gas giant it orbits. Absolutely insane.
 
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24 May 2019 10:44

I just found another planet with an astonishingly high ESI of 0.981

RS 8474-1353-7-1365853-469 A4

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