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Forum » SpaceEngine » Feedback and Suggestions » Superbubble
n3xtDate: Friday, 22.11.2013, 19:42 | Message # 1
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I don't know if there's any kind of debate for these particular and huge nebular-like structures found in most spiral galaxies...

But I thought well it could be an idea to implement them (not immediatly for S.E. though) but just in general.
It would be nice to see them in other galaxies from a particular distance and as you move closer towards them they start to appear more nebular (except for a far greater diameter than regular diffuse nebula) just a thought...

WatsisnameDate: Saturday, 23.11.2013, 00:31 | Message # 2
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Interesting idea. I think in general they are very faint structures, typically invisible to the eye. But it could make sense to show them if considering exploration in SE with enhanced sensing/detectors, or in different wavelengths.

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