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spacerDate: Monday, 26.09.2016, 19:21 | Message # 6166
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the last image looks neat n0b0dy,




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HetairosDate: Monday, 26.09.2016, 21:58 | Message # 6167
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5760x1080? Someone's got a 3 screen display tongue
 
JL2017Date: Monday, 26.09.2016, 22:20 | Message # 6168
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The largest star I've ever found, with a diameter of 162 AU!

The view from a planet almost 1000 AU out from the star.

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SpaceHopperDate: Tuesday, 27.09.2016, 00:22 | Message # 6169
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Quote JL2017 ()
The largest star I've ever found, with a diameter of 162 AU!

That would be 81,000 light-seconds. Which means it would take light 22-and-a-half hours to get from one end of the star to another, if the mass of the star wasn't in the way. Because it takes light 20,000 years to climb out of the center of our sun and into space where it zips to Earth.





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AntonaccioDate: Tuesday, 27.09.2016, 03:18 | Message # 6170
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DoctorOfSpaceDate: Tuesday, 27.09.2016, 03:42 | Message # 6171
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JL2017Date: Wednesday, 28.09.2016, 02:02 | Message # 6172
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MobiyusDate: Thursday, 29.09.2016, 03:17 | Message # 6173
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Browsing this thread is lovely! here's a first photo dump of my own smile
Cheers









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BananaDate: Thursday, 29.09.2016, 22:42 | Message # 6174
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kham132Date: Saturday, 01.10.2016, 16:56 | Message # 6175
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InariusDate: Saturday, 01.10.2016, 17:23 | Message # 6176
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Quote SpaceHopper ()
The largest star I've ever found, with a diameter of 162 AU!

That would be 81,000 light-seconds. Which means it would take light 22-and-a-half hours to get from one end of the star to another, if the mass of the star wasn't in the way. Because it takes light 20,000 years to climb out of the center of our sun and into space where it zips to Earth.


I think there are some physic laws which would make this kind of star collapse on itself. On top of gravity, of course (this kind of monster would become a black hole in no time)
 
AlekDate: Saturday, 01.10.2016, 19:35 | Message # 6177
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Quote Inarius ()
I think there are some physic laws which would make this kind of star collapse on itself. On top of gravity, of course (this kind of monster would become a black hole in no time)


Not if, because of its red giant nature, it weren't very dense, maybe lighter than air even.





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arbelrocksDate: Sunday, 02.10.2016, 14:59 | Message # 6178
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Pretty sure it doesn't have to be in space, here's one on the surface of one of the most amazing planets in the galaxy -
http://imgur.com/a/otupH


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Player1Date: Sunday, 02.10.2016, 19:17 | Message # 6179
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Beautiful Terra with life near Pleiades



Exploring ancient Terra



Polyphemus and some of its moons


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spacerDate: Sunday, 02.10.2016, 19:41 | Message # 6180
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