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TyrannoFanDate: Saturday, 11.07.2015, 08:27 | Message # 4216
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In my search for Earth-like planets, I found one that also had a small yellow moon. Inspired by NASA's image, "Earthrise", I took a screenshot and edited it to resemble a real life image of Earth rising over the moon's horizon.



This moon is a lot more yellow in-game; I had to desaturate it to get it looking like our moon, though I might redo this image at one point without editing its colour to see what it would look like.

EDIT: True colour moon:


Edited by TyrannoFan - Saturday, 11.07.2015, 09:20
 
BambusmanDate: Saturday, 11.07.2015, 10:14 | Message # 4217
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Edited by Bambusman - Saturday, 11.07.2015, 10:14
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Sunday, 12.07.2015, 00:43 | Message # 4218
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Nice looking desert
RS 0-4-511-267-3819-0-0-392 4





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kostuekDate: Sunday, 12.07.2015, 17:32 | Message # 4219
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Gondor2222Date: Sunday, 12.07.2015, 19:18 | Message # 4220
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I found another weird system. This one is an ice giant + desert (cthonian?) binary orbiting at a little bit more than the primary's diameter. This means that despite the desert planet having only 1 atm of pressure and being located in a region of space that receives as much solar radiation as Saturn, it has a surface temperature of 2300 C due to tidal heating. The primary is also heated appreciably, to 200 C.

The moon's apparent magnitude indicates that the moon's resulting thermal glow should heat the primary comparably to how the sun heats Mercury at perihelion. The moon outshines its parent by about 4.5 orders of magnitude.

The large separation of this binary from its host star, coupled with the pair's intense thermal glow, makes the binary immediately noticeable when approaching the star, and almost makes it appear to be a red dwarf companion.


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Edited by Gondor2222 - Sunday, 12.07.2015, 19:19
 
AmwhereDate: Sunday, 12.07.2015, 23:52 | Message # 4221
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RS 8409-510-7-205134-58 A4:

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RodrigoDate: Monday, 13.07.2015, 01:07 | Message # 4222
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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Monday, 13.07.2015, 01:12 | Message # 4223
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Rodrigo, those palettes look interesting would you mind sharing them?








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RodrigoDate: Monday, 13.07.2015, 01:17 | Message # 4224
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That's the original palletes. This is Reshade miracle work!
 
isdebeslDate: Monday, 13.07.2015, 12:30 | Message # 4225
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any reshade alternatives for low spec pc?
 
BambusmanDate: Monday, 13.07.2015, 12:48 | Message # 4226
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DoctorOfSpace, how did you made those stars look like that?
 
InariusDate: Monday, 13.07.2015, 17:47 | Message # 4227
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@Rodrigo, would you mind sharing your beautiful reShade file ?
 
RodrigoDate: Tuesday, 14.07.2015, 00:14 | Message # 4228
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Quote Inarius ()
@Rodrigo, would you mind sharing your beautiful reShade file ?

Sure, go to http://en.spaceengine.org/forum/10-2731-8
 
DoctorOfSpaceDate: Tuesday, 14.07.2015, 00:17 | Message # 4229
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Quote Bambusman ()
how did you made those stars look like that?


Same edits I did to the shaders from a previous thread
http://en.spaceengine.org/forum/4-2751-48874-16-1421962459

These may not work with recent builds but you can still edit the same lines in the current shaders.




Remastering the old Avatar system






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christopherguinnupDate: Tuesday, 14.07.2015, 00:37 | Message # 4230
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Planet burning away:


Cool ringed planet:


That planet's moon:


Nice Saturn:


Subtle rings:


Atmo glow:


Green giant:


The moon that never sleeps:


Storm front:


In the storm:


Crikey, it's not just a storm, it's a hurricane!


Big thanks DoctorOfSpace for your ReShade with Master Effects settings! I just turned down the sharpen effect.

Added (14.07.2015, 00:37)
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Ugh, Photobucket makes it hard to get to the 1080p versions. :/


Edited by christopherguinnup - Tuesday, 14.07.2015, 00:44
 
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