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Challenge: Find a new home!
Tangle10Date: Saturday, 10.01.2015, 22:21 | Message # 91
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Quote abyssoft ()
too low gravity and atmo pres.

They may be LOW but they are still safe.





Tips for finding Earth-Like planets: Look for F, G, or K Class stars. M class habitables will almost always be tidelocked. Oceanias can, of course, also be habitable, they just have tiny amounts of land.
 
isdebeslDate: Sunday, 25.01.2015, 11:21 | Message # 92
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must be in milky way?
 
sjoerdDate: Sunday, 25.01.2015, 14:05 | Message # 93
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Here is my try on finding an Earth-like planet:
(even though it is probably to far from home to ever be visited by humans...(7.178 Gly))

RS 0-0-0-279-4091-7-1883052-15 A4
Name: Ustora

Specs:
Mass: 0.5292 Earth-masses
Diameter: 10206.856 Km
ESI: 0.954
Moons: 5 (1 large moons for stabilizing its Axis)
Year length: 202.536 days
Day length: 1.047 Days
Axial tilt: 34°33'15."60
Atmo Pressure: 1.0797
Temperature: 20.366 °C
Greenhouse eff: 36.703 °C
Age: 11.869 billion years
Life: Organic multicellular (Marine, Terrestrial)

Sun Specs:
Spectrum: K3 V
Mass: 0.70335 Solar-masses
Temperature: 4456.9 °C
Lifetime: 37.420 billion years

Screenshots:
(with Reshade for fun biggrin )

http://i376.photobucket.com/albums....ta9.png
http://i376.photobucket.com/albums....np3.png
http://i376.photobucket.com/albums....2108226
 
Tangle10Date: Sunday, 25.01.2015, 18:30 | Message # 94
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One thing: Reshade changes the universal seed, making a second universe with planets very different. You're lucky in this case- the star exists. However, it's not binary, is less massive, is a K6, and has no habitable planets in its system.




Tips for finding Earth-Like planets: Look for F, G, or K Class stars. M class habitables will almost always be tidelocked. Oceanias can, of course, also be habitable, they just have tiny amounts of land.
 
SolarLinerDate: Sunday, 25.01.2015, 20:00 | Message # 95
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Quote sjoerd ()
Screenshots:
(with Reshade for fun)

Hey, nice to see people using my version of Reshade tweaks ! smile

But yeah, for some reason it changes the Universe seed. To me it's like saying that a leaf stuck on the wipers broke the car's engine, but it's happening nonetheless, there's a link somewhere ...





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sjoerdDate: Sunday, 25.01.2015, 21:26 | Message # 96
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huh?, wierd,
I didn't know that..., any ideas on how I could fix the glitch (preferebly without losing re-shade...)

(+ yes, I liked you re-shade setting so I copied them and applied them to my space engine biggrin )

I will try to disable re-shade and look for another earth copy
 
Tangle10Date: Monday, 26.01.2015, 02:11 | Message # 97
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Quote isdebesl ()
must be in milky way?

Nope! Can be in tiny galaxy on the sheer edge of universe.





Tips for finding Earth-Like planets: Look for F, G, or K Class stars. M class habitables will almost always be tidelocked. Oceanias can, of course, also be habitable, they just have tiny amounts of land.
 
NolDate: Monday, 02.02.2015, 16:29 | Message # 98
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FINALLY! RS 0-8-5692205-104-23-8-16046743-158 B7.1


Attachments: 2613250.jpg(205Kb)





"Eins - Hier kommt die Sonne
Zwei - Hier kommt die Sonne
Drei - Sie ist der hellste Stern von allen
Vier - Hier kommt die Sonne"

-Rammstein, Sonne, Mutter, 2001
 
ElenchusDate: Wednesday, 04.02.2015, 23:25 | Message # 99
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I found this one entirely by accident. I was looking for Titans with exotic multi-cellular life, when this one popped up:

Presenting, Pangaea Ultima, ESI 0.966

Along with a nice view from it's nearest moon

Quote

PObject
{
LocName "Pangaea Ultima"
Name "RS 0-8-3894334-39-5-7-601234-75 4"
Parent "RS 0-8-3894334-39-5-7-601234-75"
Pioneer "Player"
Date "2015.02.04 22:54:24.64"
}
 
Tac1017Date: Monday, 09.02.2015, 17:57 | Message # 100
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I think that the atmospheric pressure shoud just be from 0.95-1.5, as I don't intend on always wearing an oxygen mask...




The Terra Hunter of the Milky Way!

(By the way, I was born in 2001, NOT 1972 XD)
 
Tangle10Date: Sunday, 15.02.2015, 21:12 | Message # 101
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Quote Tac1017 ()
I think that the atmospheric pressure shoud just be from 0.95-1.5, as I don't intend on always wearing an oxygen mask...

By the time we have interstellar travel, we should have genetic modification allowing us to breath thin atmospheres.





Tips for finding Earth-Like planets: Look for F, G, or K Class stars. M class habitables will almost always be tidelocked. Oceanias can, of course, also be habitable, they just have tiny amounts of land.
 
WwadlolDate: Monday, 16.02.2015, 09:47 | Message # 102
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Quote Tangle10 ()
By the time we have interstellar travel, we should have genetic modification allowing us to breath thin atmospheres.

That's actually a pretty good point!
 
PortalmellDate: Monday, 16.02.2015, 21:13 | Message # 103
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"Kaw'alwos" RS 0-3-118-2-4095-7-2097149-3439 A5

"Asw'as" RS 0-3-118-2-14386-6-134533-178 A5

"Kaosiw'qsr" RS 0-3-118-2-14386-6-134533-1078 A7

"Aswwqa" RS 8410-0-7-1940206-1533 5

Attachments: 5791464.jpg(457Kb) · 8718470.jpg(329Kb) · 4377137.jpg(332Kb) · 0485966.jpg(329Kb)





 
AerospacefagDate: Thursday, 26.02.2015, 21:36 | Message # 104
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Looking around near Antares nebula I've found probably one of the most Earth-like worlds out there, by pure chance. The ESI for this one is 0.978 compared to Earth's original 0.984. The differences are almost insignificant - orbital period is half of the Earth's, and atmospheric pressure is a bit lower, but the rest of the parameters are on sport. There are also 3 small moons, pretty close to the planet.

Code
Place    "planet ESI 0.978"
{
   Body    "RS 8409-1353-7-1482457-634 A4"
   Parent    "RS 8409-1353-7-1482457-634 A"
   Pos  (-1.912807512209624e-010, -2.960157600268541e-010, 1.36410109667336e-009)
   Rot  (0.6064759836006274, 0.2261140300391542, 0.1465189148589932, -0.7480585099600481)
   Date    "2445.02.17 02:59:25.95"
   Vel  1.2650789e-009
   Mode    1
}



Attachments: 7645148.jpg(101Kb)


Edited by Aerospacefag - Thursday, 26.02.2015, 21:36
 
IkeDate: Friday, 27.02.2015, 23:50 | Message # 105
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Sorry, this is a very noob question, but how do I find these planets? Copying and pasting the code doesn't turn up anything. Thanks and sorry!
 
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