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giftDate: Thursday, 08.01.2015, 15:11 | Message # 3841
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Are those screenshots from 9.7.1?
 
spacerDate: Thursday, 08.01.2015, 21:05 | Message # 3842
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normal galaxies near ic 1101 for scale:
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IngolifsDate: Friday, 09.01.2015, 05:48 | Message # 3843
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The planet comparison tool is pretty cool. Here are some unusual things found with it.



Often with the catalogue red dwarf stars, they will be smaller than some of the gas giants orbiting them.



Some of the dimmer 'Unknown' class stars are even on the same scale as ice giants.

You can use this feature on the central star systems of each galaxy. Here's a stellar mass black hole next to some asteroids.

Here's a 10000 solar mass black hole from a globular cluster, on the same scale as a brown dwarf.

Here's a couple of supermassive black holes. I had not realised how large their event horizons can get.


Keep in mind that the largest black holes generated in SE aren't nearly as large as those discovered in real life. The biggest black holes seem to be capped at 100 million solar masses, while the largest discovered (according to wikipedia) is 40 billion solar masses. The supermassive black holes in SE are already just under 4 AU across. Assuming the event horizon radius is the schwarzschild radius, the heaviest black holes would be 1600 AU wide. I do look forward to seeing such monstrosities in SE.

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Edited by Ingolifs - Friday, 09.01.2015, 05:49
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Friday, 09.01.2015, 10:17 | Message # 3844
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Atheist101Date: Friday, 09.01.2015, 17:46 | Message # 3845
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Some screens from the new version. I flipped when i found my first volcano, then noticed the dark side of the planet lit up bright with lava. So amazing, makes hunting for planets so much more fun!!!

Volcano i found


Same planet with the info


Cool night side of the planet and corona (spelling?) of the star


Another


Another


Nice shot of a binary with red and blue suns. Not sure if this is from an asteroid or moon.


Warm Selena moon around a gas giant, more lava at night. First one is without info second has the info.


 
WwadlolDate: Friday, 09.01.2015, 18:15 | Message # 3846
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How i imagine Space engine with weather systems.

Stormy titan

Gasgiant
 
spacerDate: Friday, 09.01.2015, 18:20 | Message # 3847
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If its will be like that in the future! I tell you SE gonna be the most famous thing ever made!!!




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BurnovskyDate: Friday, 09.01.2015, 21:30 | Message # 3848
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image of my first screenshot, landing on a planet with 85 moon.


a lucky eclipse, i landed on a planet to take a closer look of the surface and realise that the surface was not the most interesting part.

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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Saturday, 10.01.2015, 02:57 | Message # 3849
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IngolifsDate: Saturday, 10.01.2015, 07:57 | Message # 3850
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Edited by Ingolifs - Saturday, 10.01.2015, 08:07
 
RockoRocksDate: Saturday, 10.01.2015, 11:01 | Message # 3851
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DoctorOfSpace, did you use custom shaders in that second picture? If so, have you released them or will you? Or are they made by someone else?




I will be inactive on this forum for the time being. Might come back eventually

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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Saturday, 10.01.2015, 11:37 | Message # 3852
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Quote RockoRocks ()
did you use custom shaders in that second picture?


Standard warp shader, just a lower factor so those circles don't appear. I did use some custom exposure settings. The only custom shader in that post is in the first picture for the clouds and I am waiting on a response from Rodrigo before I post it.




I went back to working on my warp shader edits after you reminded me Rocko and I actually got somewhere with them.

Made the centers on both black so you don't get that circle anymore


And red and blue shifting. Not 100% accurate but it sure is aesthetically pleasing.








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InariusDate: Sunday, 11.01.2015, 18:48 | Message # 3853
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Picture of a giant black hole at a certain distance, with a zoom



Edited by Inarius - Sunday, 11.01.2015, 18:48
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Monday, 12.01.2015, 09:26 | Message # 3854
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FastFourierTransformDate: Monday, 12.01.2015, 10:21 | Message # 3855
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WOW DoctorOfSpace that image it's trully elegant and majestic. Relativity would really transform our view of the universe if we played in that enviroment.
Awesome cry

Here are some pictures I took yesterday:









 
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