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24 Jun 2019 12:36

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Aborygen, man you deserve a place in SE Team! For a moment I thought you re-posted the same hubble image :? It is virtually identical! :shock: .

Im glad you like it, this challenge was fun to do. :)




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24 Jun 2019 14:35

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25 Jun 2019 15:33

Mr. Abner wrote:
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Abner these are great!  Whats the address of the planet with the two blue suns please?

And Vlad and Xing if you might do you have the locations of the planets with the snow-like sand and Vlad the one with the beautiful contours on the ground?  Thanks!
 
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25 Jun 2019 22:44

A-L-E-X wrote:
Mr. Abner wrote:
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Abner these are great!  Whats the address of the planet with the two blue suns please?

And Vlad and Xing if you might do you have the locations of the planets with the snow-like sand and Vlad the one with the beautiful contours on the ground?  Thanks!

Thanks. Glad you like them. I think the first three are the moon Squeek:
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"Squeek" RS 8474-505-7-1558263-301 5.3

Find some mountains near the terminator, under the ring shadows, and there ya go.


Couldn't find the twin "blue" suns world, but they are — I'm pretty sure — both white dwarfs. Here's another in the neighbourhood. (Original was in or very near NGC 6760. You can try looking for twin white dwarf systems.)  Tidal locked planet, but the suns have about a 16 hour period:
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White dwarf with a brown (or red?) dwarf companion:
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Another twin white dwarf system:
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And yet another white dwarf/red dwarf system. Planet is in orbit around the red dwarf, so two stars can be 180 degrees apart depending on time of "year". Strong colour contrasts:
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26 Jun 2019 17:07

Mr. Abner wrote:
A-L-E-X wrote:
Mr. Abner wrote:
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Abner these are great!  Whats the address of the planet with the two blue suns please?

And Vlad and Xing if you might do you have the locations of the planets with the snow-like sand and Vlad the one with the beautiful contours on the ground?  Thanks!

Thanks. Glad you like them. I think the first three are the moon Squeek:
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Find some mountains near the terminator, under the ring shadows, and there ya go.


Couldn't find the twin "blue" suns world, but they are — I'm pretty sure — both white dwarfs. Here's another in the neighbourhood. (Original was in or very near NGC 6760. You can try looking for twin white dwarf systems.)  Tidal locked planet, but the suns have about a 16 hour period:
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White dwarf with a brown (or red?) dwarf companion:
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Another twin white dwarf system:
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And yet another white dwarf/red dwarf system. Planet is in orbit around the red dwarf, so two stars can be 180 degrees apart depending on time of "year". Strong colour contrasts:
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RS 8474-509-8-6676171-124 B1.jpg

wow these are terrific, i especially love the multicolored ones!
 
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Great models retro, SE certainly needs more space stations made from the ship editor. 
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27 Jun 2019 10:05

Here some screenshots, experimenting with ReShade and the Tilt Shift. Useless when moving, great for shots :)
Wanted to share also on Steam but ... it's Steam, so irritating to and through the bone. Can not even post a screenshot normal way, you HAVE to use their *** program ....

Ah, censorship I see :) The **** really isn't that bad. I mean, it's not like the description of an sexual act ... or something like that ;)

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27 Jun 2019 13:57

Two more with Tiltshift. Also checking if I can upload images directly to the forum instead of external :)
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30 Jun 2019 00:16

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