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Posted: 24 May 2019 10:48
by Entharex
Here are some additional stats for [font=Roboto, sans-serif]RS 8474-1353-7-1365853-469 A4[/font]

[font=Roboto, sans-serif]Mass            1.04888 earth masses
Radius          6274.64 km[/font]
[font=Roboto, sans-serif]Temperature  11.942°C[/font]

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Posted: 24 May 2019 10:50
by Entharex
Here are some additional stats for RS 8474-1353-7-1365853-469 A4

Mass            1.04888 earth masses
Radius          6274.64 km
Temperature  11.942°C

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Posted: 24 May 2019 11:11
by Entharex
I have also found a star with the lowest possible mass and diameter

RS 8474-1353-8-10924916-432 B

It is a M9.5 V star with a mass just over 50 jovian mass and a diameter just over 37000km.

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Posted: 27 May 2019 08:11
by Entharex
I think this is the terra with the thickest atmosphere. Its atmosphere is over 1900 times thicker than Earth.

[img]https://i.imgur.com/I3uNSJU.png[/img]

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Posted: 27 May 2019 09:44
by Entharex
As for the contender of the terrestrial planet with the thickest atmosphere, I have found a planet with an atmospheric pressure of over 8410 times of that of Earth

[img]https://i.imgur.com/TSarOVt.png[/img]

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Posted: 11 Jun 2019 14:00
by donatelo200
Becky found a thicc planet.
scr00016.jpg

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Posted: 11 Jun 2019 14:50
by A-L-E-X
I hate thick atmospheres because the air looks so hazy and disgusting.  We have enough of that right here on Earth lol

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Posted: 12 Jun 2019 07:13
by donatelo200
Well I mean the atmosphere is thick. Of course it will be hazy and difficult to see through.

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Posted: 21 Jun 2019 19:23
by Space Bepis
Most earth-like planet I have ever seen, at a whopping 0.987 ESI

se://v=990&n=Most%20Earth%2Dlike%20Plan ... =1&f=0&e=0

To go to these coords:

Step 1: Open locations menu (defaults to F6)
Step 2: Click the "Add" button
Step 3: Click "Paste URL from clipboard"
Step 4: Press "Enter" to add it in
Step 5: Enjoy!

(Feel free to copy and paste this wherever you need it, I made it myself)

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Posted: 21 Jun 2019 19:26
by Space Bepis
[quote="Space Bepis"]Most earth-like planet I have ever seen, at a whopping 0.987 ESI

Never mind, I'll do it the old fashioned way. The planet's coords are RS 2752-114-8-4351105-719 A3

You still have those handy instructions though

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Posted: 10 Jul 2019 00:51
by Sundies
Has anyone found a "torrid aquaria" in 0.990?

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Posted: 31 Jul 2019 18:22
by donatelo200
They would be Neptunes.  Aquarias would be vapor planets at such high temperatures.

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Posted: 31 Aug 2019 19:22
by The unknown
can anyone compile all the extremes?
I cannot find them

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Posted: 14 Sep 2019 05:26
by BardJohn
I'm searching for the deepest planetwide ocean I can find. Currently the deepest one I found is at 470.45 km maximum depth. Here it is:

RS 1235-511-4-4095-3537 8.1
2.4 lunar masses
temp: -5,8 °C
atmo pressure: 1.21 atm
atmo composition: mostly CO2 and varying hydrocarbons
Hydrosphere composition: 99.1% H20, 0.888% C8H18 (octane)


I've also noticed that most deep superoceanic planets orbit around zirconium or carbon stars, which is quite interesting.

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Posted: 02 Oct 2019 07:29
by The unknown
yaa, Space Engne is wierd