I agree with Canleskis here. You seem to not realise that filling the forum with comparisons of what SpaceEngine is and what it should be, and comparisons with Celestia is just starting to become boring. It almost seems like you are spaming now. Maybe you should understand first what aim does each project has.
Both Celestia and SpaceEngine are spectacular virtual planetariums with lots of educational potential and lots of features, but the main goal in SpaceEngine is to archive the highest standards of realism (and in that sense it has surpassed Celestia by quite a lot). Sometimes nature is not the way we want it to be, sometimes it is the way we want it to be, but that doesn't matter because nature is what it is. We try to learn what nature is with independence from our personal views using science. And the purpose of SE is to visualize and depict what science proposes, the most unbiased interpretation we have of what is out there. There's a long road ahead for SE because it is not easy to implement everything we know and science is always changeing. If a certain visualization is not pelasing to you it might be due to features not yet programmed but it can also originate from our missconceptions about how things should look. SE is not like movies, which make a lot of concious scientific mistakes to gain public attention. SE tries to show things as they are.
As I've told you before, this means that rings on Uranus and Neptune will look dark and so dim that sometimes they are even invisible. That is because those rings systems are actually like that (not like in Celestia). Another typical petition, arising from missconception, in the SE community is that red giant stars look weird and bumpy and should look more spherical (like in Celestia). But in reality astrophysics tell us that they really must be shaped like what you see in SE. So yeah.
The important thing here is that, before asking for a new feature (like you have done for a month across all topics in this forum):
1) Ask yourself (and perhaps do some research) if the feature you are asking for is actually a realistic representation of nature (many might not be) and thus it is in harmony with SE's goal
2) If it is, then search in the forum for other people asking the same. Many times you won't get an aswer just because many have become used to hear the same question coming from each new user. In the vast majority of cases you will have your question answered previosuly in some part of the forum.
Also, once you ask for a new feature you should keep in mind that it might be a difficult request. SE is mainly programmed by one person (Vladimir Romanyuk). Some features that have been proposed several times for years now, like continental drift, are possibly impossible to code with the current engine and we should expect them in larger timespans. Many times redoing the entire engine just for a single addition might not be worth for the moment. Eventually Vladimir wants to make each and every knwon feature of the universe available, but this might not happen tomorrow.