Posts by kristoffer

by kristoffer
16.07.2013, 23:38
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Neptune has a new Moon
Replies: 6
Views: 2195

Re: Neptune has a new Moon

Thanks for that news John, As a starting point, here's a quickly thrown together *fictional* SSC for it (modified from Larissa's orbital definitions): cc_neptune_newmoon.zip (Extract to extras.) - I've modified only the reported information (radius, period, semi-major-axis, and made a wild guess fo...
by kristoffer
18.06.2013, 19:33
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Request: Nova Prime system from After Earth
Replies: 4
Views: 2281

Re: Request: Nova Prime system from After Earth

argelesmer wrote:I saw the movie and I do not remember this system.
Where does the source ?

http://afterearthmovieofficial.wikia.co ... Nova_Prime
by kristoffer
18.06.2013, 08:30
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Request: Nova Prime system from After Earth
Replies: 4
Views: 2281

Re: Request: Nova Prime system from After Earth

It might be an A-type star, instead of an O-star
by kristoffer
17.06.2013, 14:46
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Request: Nova Prime system from After Earth
Replies: 4
Views: 2281

Request: Nova Prime system from After Earth

I have just recently watched the movie After Earth, and it was very awesome. But i also got interested into this planet the human civilization settled down on, the planet Nova Prime with it's two moons. Here is what the Nova Prime system looks like. Two stars, sun-like and O-type star. 3 Mars-sized ...
by kristoffer
07.06.2013, 22:48
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii
Replies: 61
Views: 20155

Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii

Mostly females of this civilization who is living in this solarsystem i have made. Total: ca. 5,400,000,000 Female: ca. 4,210,000,000 Male: ca. 1,190,000,000 When they lived on the old world, Alveria, they were 7.9 billion. Many lost lives in a hard battle against a civilization, called Cronosians, ...
by kristoffer
18.05.2013, 18:17
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii
Replies: 61
Views: 20155

Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii

Well, maybe I shouldn't do that anyways.
by kristoffer
14.05.2013, 17:36
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii
Replies: 61
Views: 20155

Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii

The next goal that I am going to do with this addon, is to convert it over to the other 3D space simulator, Space Engine
http://en.spaceengine.org/

I guess everybody here have heard about Space Engine. A remarkable space simulator, Celestia is aswell that.
by kristoffer
25.04.2013, 16:36
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii
Replies: 61
Views: 20155

Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii

Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii F Distance: 1480 light-years, 20 light-years from main-star Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii A Absolute Magnitude: 4.7 Spectral type: G1v Known planets: 1 Theiana Class: Planet Type: Terrestrial Diameter: 12,085.9 km Orbital period: 328 Earth days Distance to it's star: 0.7...
by kristoffer
23.04.2013, 16:55
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii
Replies: 61
Views: 20155

Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii

This are the total number of objects that will be in this addon, when the next version is released, I am still working on it. I am nearly finished with adding moons to the gas giant Vertilu. So far, I have added at least 40 moons, and it will have 58 moons. Some of them will have an original name. I...
by kristoffer
22.04.2013, 14:54
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Comets Lemmon and PanSTARRS
Replies: 3
Views: 1613

Re: Comets Lemmon and PanSTARRS

I was walking outside after sunset, took with me a binocular and went up to a small mountain we have near the house. I went to the top, but the weather refused me to see the comet Panstarrs. The comet was behind all those clouds you see on the 2nd picture. I got the Moon on the photos, but I wanted ...
by kristoffer
20.04.2013, 23:32
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Kepler's new discovery of 3 possible habitable Super-Earths
Replies: 3
Views: 2135

Re: Kepler's new discovery of 3 possible habitable Super-Ear

This is what scientists think to be the next phase in exoplanet search. They want to start researching the atmosphere of potentially habitable exoplanets, because this will really confirm that these planets are habitable or not.

http://www.space.com/20733-alien-life-s ... phase.html
by kristoffer
19.04.2013, 11:08
Forum: Celestia Users
Topic: Custom Science-Fiction Pictures from Celestia
Replies: 106
Views: 27809

Re: Custom Science-Fiction Pictures from Celestia

Newly discovered planets by Kepler space telescope. 2 of them potentially habitable. Based on the concept arts Kepler-62b http://imageshack.us/scaled/landing/708/kepler62b.jpg Kepler-62c http://imageshack.us/scaled/landing/29/kepler62c.jpg Kepler-62d. It is supposed to be a some kind of a desert-pla...
by kristoffer
18.04.2013, 22:17
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Kepler's new discovery of 3 possible habitable Super-Earths
Replies: 3
Views: 2135

Kepler's new discovery of 3 possible habitable Super-Earths

NASA has unveiled the news of that the Kepler space telescope have discovered. Kepler space telescope have discovered 3 potentially habitable Super-Earths. 2 potentially habitable planets in one single solarsystem and the 3rd one in an another. To the alien solarsystem Kepler-62 has there been disco...
by kristoffer
17.04.2013, 18:20
Forum: Celestia Users
Topic: Pictures from Celestia
Replies: 158
Views: 38637

Re: Pictures from Celestia

Currently now I am creating my vision of the Universe. Of different intelligent civilizations in the Milky Way Galaxy and other galaxies in the Universe. I have a really big vision of what I think the Universe looks like, how the different civilizations act, and I am even giving them names. So I wil...
by kristoffer
13.04.2013, 22:27
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii
Replies: 61
Views: 20155

Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii

this is off-topic, but I think that last night I was dreaming about this alien solarsystem :) and I just, WOW!!! It felt real. I was on the alienmoon Janus, with the Alverian civilization. Yes, I have called them that. They are called Alverians. http://the-great-battle-of-the-universe.wikia.com/wiki...
by kristoffer
12.04.2013, 14:27
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Saturn.
Replies: 11
Views: 3977

Re: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Sat

I agree in what you says, Lodgy.

hungry4info, this is official news, from NASA. You can trust NASA.
by kristoffer
11.04.2013, 22:21
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Saturn.
Replies: 11
Views: 3977

Re: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Sat

Can you provide a link to a reputable source suggesting liquid water is raining onto Saturn? Don't you see the link? Well, here's the link, if you can't see it: http://news.discovery.com/space/astronomy/rings-rain-down-on-saturn-130410.htm Here is the official news, from NASA: http://www.nasa.gov/m...
by kristoffer
11.04.2013, 20:55
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Saturn.
Replies: 11
Views: 3977

Re: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Sat

Hungry4info wrote:
kristoffer, and not the article wrote:Liquid water in Saturn's rings
kristoffer, and not the article wrote:and it were caused by a liquid water rainfall from Saturn's rings
Stop. Just stop. You should know better than that.

I? It's not me who have said, the scientists at the observatory on Mauna Kea confirmed this.
by kristoffer
11.04.2013, 19:00
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Saturn.
Replies: 11
Views: 3977

Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Saturn.

The W. M. Keck Observatory on Mauna Kea in Hawaii have observed changes in Saturn's ionosphere, and it were caused by a liquid water rainfall from Saturn's rings. It is the only planet known to have this phenomenon in our solarsystem. http://news.discovery.com/space/astronomy/rings-rain-down-on-satu...
by kristoffer
08.04.2013, 20:59
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Sun-sized stars discovered in the SMC
Replies: 0
Views: 1193

Sun-sized stars discovered in the SMC

Chandra X-ray telescope has made a scientific discovery!!! The Chandra X-Ray Space Telescope has detected young stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud (SMC) - one of the our closest galactic neighbors. The x-rays were emitted from the SMC region known as the 'Wing'. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L3pA...

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