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Watsisname
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28 Jan 2017 12:38

That's a white dwarf with an accretion disk.  The disk is very, very hot.
 
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28 Jan 2017 15:45

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A very small planet with life, I doubt anything intelligent like humans could evolve here.
 
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donatelo200
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28 Jan 2017 22:14

Got some neat ones this time around.

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29 Jan 2017 01:33

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29 Jan 2017 12:26

Bambusman, WOW that's really nice :D (Can't wait for more of your nebulae ;) )
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29 Jan 2017 18:25

Let me guess. In the first one, you went to the edge of the universe and cranked up the exposure and overbright. In the second, you went to a colliding galaxy, cranked up the exposure and overbright, and turned off "Display galaxies", so that only the stars and nebulas would show.
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29 Jan 2017 20:02

SpaceHopper, Close enough. I went to a corner of the universe, cranked up magnitude limit, overbright and FOV. For the second one, I just found a galaxy in that same corner and turned up the magnitude limit (I did not disable galaxies)
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John Boone
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30 Jan 2017 16:47

a compilation of about 60 images i took over the course of a month.
your page is gonna jump wuite a bit from this. sorry.



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31 Jan 2017 06:24

How do you post screenshots?
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31 Jan 2017 07:53

Here:
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31 Jan 2017 08:15

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31 Jan 2017 09:11

 Have some images
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31 Jan 2017 09:29

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31 Jan 2017 14:48

Here's some pics I took while messing around with some modded starships:
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Lonely Destiny

Destiny drifting near a random warm earth-like planet in a random distant galaxy
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Towards Her Destiny

Destiny about to enter a new galaxy, a basic version of the plasma-like FTL trail added with Photoshop
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Bright Farewell

The warp field of the JJEnterprise gravity-lensing the last of Sun's light as the ships leaves the Solar System
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31 Jan 2017 20:41

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