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the photo guy
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31 Jul 2018 18:38

that's actually epic 
HI! I would like to say that I'm just a friendly teen who loves talking and helping people out :) Space engine is truly a wonderful program and the website is also very cool! Many great people here. I hope to make some good friends here.
 
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31 Jul 2018 23:14

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31 Jul 2018 23:19

Lol the germaphobe in me just squirmed and cringed so hard :lol:
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01 Aug 2018 02:00

Ha! Thanks y'all.

This gives new meaning to a cloudy eye.
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The underwater microscopic cell-division of an unknown life-form. Or perhaps macroscopic.
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01 Aug 2018 04:38

Gnargenox wrote:
Ha! Thanks y'all.

This gives new meaning to a cloudy eye.
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The underwater microscopic cell-division of an unknown life-form. Or perhaps macroscopic.


Creepy.
 
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01 Aug 2018 11:23

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Watsisname
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01 Aug 2018 17:48

That's incredible.  Best screenshot I have ever seen!
 
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Aborygen
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02 Aug 2018 06:50

Watsisname wrote:
That's incredible.  Best screenshot I have ever seen!

Thank you :)




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JackDole
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11 Aug 2018 02:52

Wizard's eighth son ...
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11 Aug 2018 07:37

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Wizard's eighth son ...
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990!!!!!
To a Galaxy billion light-years away from a Dark World.
 
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13 Aug 2018 10:10

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13 Aug 2018 14:25

View of my Nuu-Muun!....... an "innie" Gas Giant minor planet above it, a dwarf moon over to the right, and seven trailing Trojans to the moon. Every moon-rise the asteroids caught up in the Lagrangian point (off by many degrees I'm sure) have a different configuration. Everything from birthdays to the alphabet of any alien species living here would be related somehow to this seemingly random everyday natural occurrence.


What's not visible from here is the opposing Twin Planet, permanently eclipsed in this trinary system centered on their shared "moon".  Based on musings of Klemperer rosette systems. The asteroids seen above, trailing behind the moon, are actually in orbit around it in the same plane as the planets, which all have the same orbital period. Here's a view of all three and the Trojans from another dwarf moon with a poisonous atmosphere.
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14 Aug 2018 02:49

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17 Aug 2018 04:09

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18 Aug 2018 22:39

Night ...
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... and Day.
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