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31 Aug 2021 11:15

Mr. Abner wrote:
Cronos_99 wrote:
Un encuentro cercano con un agujero negro

Eso no parece un agujero negro SE. ¿Ha cambiado algo? ¿O me falta algo en la interpretación?

La verdad es si es un agujero negro, pero cambié un poco el disco de acreción en la parte de ´´Editar planeta´´, me gustó como se veía, así que lo dejé como en la foto jajaja

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31 Aug 2021 18:36

Hey I asked this earlier......when in orbit around a ringed planet is it possible to keep one camera focused on the rings and the other one in waterskiing mode, observing the surface of the planet from up close?
 
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01 Sep 2021 03:51

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Hey did you make this planet yourself?  I cant find lighting this realistic anywhere in either version of SE

Its a random planet and most of the light comes from my custom nebula.


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02 Sep 2021 22:45

A-L-E-X wrote:
Hey I asked this earlier......when in orbit around a ringed planet is it possible to keep one camera focused on the rings and the other one in waterskiing mode, observing the surface of the planet from up close?

You can add up to eight cameras per ship.
 
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03 Sep 2021 09:17

Mr. Abner wrote:
A-L-E-X wrote:
Hey I asked this earlier......when in orbit around a ringed planet is it possible to keep one camera focused on the rings and the other one in waterskiing mode, observing the surface of the planet from up close?

You can add up to eight cameras per ship.

Oh okay and switch between the different ones, like one on the rings, one in the cockpit, one on the surface and one on the astronaut's head?
Also, I recall you mentioning there was a ship where 10 cameras can be used? Is that in Bilbo's collection?
 
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03 Sep 2021 12:53

A-L-E-X wrote:
Source of the post Also, I recall you mentioning there was a ship where 10 cameras can be used? Is that in Bilbo's collection?

I don't remember saying that. Eight.
 
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Katherine Jennings
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07 Sep 2021 03:40

These are the first pictures I have taken, my clearest pictures of Jupiter and Saturn.Image
 
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11 Sep 2021 13:14

Temporarily re-christened Rocinante for this trip...

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30 Sep 2021 04:03

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12 Oct 2021 04:57

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13 Oct 2021 03:25

wow how do you make that vegetation and display?
 
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Khorrah
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16 Oct 2021 02:10

Katherine Jennings wrote:
These are the first pictures I have taken, my clearest pictures of Jupiter and Saturn.Image

Amazing, it's actually from a telescope or it is from the game?
Hello, I LOVE lasagna and Space Engine. ♥
 
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29 Oct 2021 14:02

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01 Nov 2021 00:46

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myoldfriendsaredjs
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08 Nov 2021 16:27

Something I've never seen before- a planet visible in full detail from another completely unrelated planet. You can see the other planet go behind the sun and back out within a 2-hour period or so.

0.990, RS 8496-928-0-0-10 for anyone interested.

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EDIT: An update to yesterday's picture. This is what the second planet looks like from the first planet at their absolute closest point, IIRC the apparent size was something like 2°45'. It's also close enough to reflect light onto the first planet like a moon

Probably not the most interesting phenomenon in the grand scheme of things but I've been looking for something like this for a while
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