Posts by Hungry4info

by Hungry4info
23.12.2016, 21:23
Forum: Ideas & News
Topic: Fusing Celestia with Proland?
Replies: 8
Views: 2011

Re: Fusing Celestia with Proland?

How does Proland simulate other planets? How about gas giants? The surface of stars?
by Hungry4info
20.12.2016, 16:53
Forum: Celestia Users
Topic: Coming Back
Replies: 13
Views: 2207

Re: Coming Back

I'm glad to see you're back :)
- Someone who does remember you.
by Hungry4info
15.12.2016, 05:25
Forum: Development
Topic: Celestia 1.7.0 Development will begin soon
Replies: 87
Views: 18907

Re: Celestia 1.7.0 Development will begin soon

Why not use non-fictional values for the orbit parameters? (they can be found in the discovery paper)
by Hungry4info
12.11.2016, 19:43
Forum: Development
Topic: A web-based Celestia
Replies: 14
Views: 5137

Re: A web-based Celestia

The idea of a web-based Celestia kind-of repulses me as well.
by Hungry4info
16.10.2013, 15:18
Forum: Development
Topic: Star accuracy
Replies: 1
Views: 1127

Re: Star accuracy

Barnard's Star has a large proper motion. It moves an amount similar to the diameter of the Moon every century or something like that. Celestia also does not include many stars beyond the Hipparcos catalogue, which may account for the discrepancy you're facing. No, Celestia does not model proper mot...
by Hungry4info
22.09.2013, 07:16
Forum: Add-on releases
Topic: Olyv's add-ons
Replies: 16
Views: 9612

Re: Olyv's add-ons

Wrong, are you paranoid ? Actually, he's absolutely right. Ever since you started here you've been a pain in the ass and a complete waste of forum space. Why do you think we don't have these problems with anyone else? You're surely intelligent enough to realise that it is your actions that are the ...
by Hungry4info
17.09.2013, 09:00
Forum: Petit Bistro Entropy
Topic: I believe I owe everyone here an apology.
Replies: 8
Views: 2398

Re: I believe I owe everyone here an apology.

PlutonianEmpire , I don't think you are nearly as at fault as you seem to believe. I've always thought highly of you and your work and I continue to do so. I, too, am a Star Trek fan (despite lodgy et al's recent attempts to drive everyone away from it :lol: ), and there's no shame to be had in tha...
by Hungry4info
17.09.2013, 04:34
Forum: Add-on releases
Topic: CelPad, graphical search tool, update to ver.1.1
Replies: 3
Views: 1723

Re: CelPad, graphical search tool, update to ver.1.1

ngx, don't worry about lodgy, or his duplicate accounts ogyv (and others whose names escape me). He's just a troll. He's been driving down the quality of conversation on this forum ever since he arrived, and most people have left.
by Hungry4info
24.08.2013, 19:39
Forum: Celestia Users
Topic: Custom Science-Fiction Pictures from Celestia
Replies: 106
Views: 27178

Re: Custom Science-Fiction Pictures from Celestia

The point is, lodgy, that his work is, like most of yours, fiction. It does not need to be 100% accurate or 100% plausible.

Grow up. :x :roll:
by Hungry4info
12.08.2013, 18:46
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: A pink planet
Replies: 6
Views: 2204

Re: A pink planet

let me invite my old friends to CM for some much more solid chatting and timely data collection about EXO planets "and all that". Thanks. I have begun frequently visiting the CM forum over the past couple weeks since this project clearly isn't going anywhere. Afraid I won't do much but lu...
by Hungry4info
11.08.2013, 16:59
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: A pink planet
Replies: 6
Views: 2204

Re: A pink planet

go fuck off oh the rude ugly ! :oops: If you had been around for the past several months and seen the destruction to the legitimacy of this forum and the trolling by lodgy and his duplicate accounts (and to some extent the refusal of the staff to moderate the board for whatever reason) you would re...
by Hungry4info
18.06.2013, 21:55
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Request: Nova Prime system from After Earth
Replies: 4
Views: 2252

Re: Request: Nova Prime system from After Earth

I got the impression from the graphic that it was a subdwarf OB star, which might make it work.
by Hungry4info
13.06.2013, 21:10
Forum: Bugs
Topic: Moon shadow yes, moon shadow no...
Replies: 5
Views: 2757

Re: Moon shadow yes, moon shadow no...

I'm pretty sure this is programmatic. I believe Celestia only renders moon shadows for moons above a certain size.
by Hungry4info
19.04.2013, 12:12
Forum: Add-on development
Topic: Ordyss (HIP 56948) system
Replies: 9
Views: 3096

Re: Ordyss (HIP 56948) system

Wow this looks nice.
by Hungry4info
12.04.2013, 17:00
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Saturn.
Replies: 11
Views: 3905

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

lodgy wrote:or there's fog (for gas) right ?
Fog is technically not a gas. A gas would have the water molecules unbound and free to move. In a fog, the water condenses into tiny liquid droplets.
by Hungry4info
12.04.2013, 15:41
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Saturn.
Replies: 11
Views: 3905

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

they said simply "water", no ice or no vapor, or something ... True, but you should know enough about water to know that there's no way it will be liquid in a vacuum. rain contains liquid, if not, we say that snows (for crystals) or there's fog (for gas) right ? NASA does not have a stell...
by Hungry4info
12.04.2013, 12:03
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Saturn.
Replies: 11
Views: 3905

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

I read the link given on NASA. :) these are not assumptions but facts (studied since the 80s) ! even if it is difficult to conceive, kristoffer gave good information ! :) You're just as wrong as he is then. No where in the NASA statement does it say there's liquid water falling onto Saturn. It's a ...
by Hungry4info
11.04.2013, 22:43
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Saturn.
Replies: 11
Views: 3905

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

You specifically said liquid water. This is quite a bit beyond what the NASA sites are saying and, unless you can find a reputable source to back it up, is nothing short of the sensationalism that causes people to read "alien life discovered" into discoveries of hot Jupiters.
by Hungry4info
11.04.2013, 21:07
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Saturn.
Replies: 11
Views: 3905

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?
by Hungry4info
11.04.2013, 20:51
Forum: Physics and Astronomy
Topic: Liquid water in Saturn's rings, caused rainfall onto Saturn.
Replies: 11
Views: 3905

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

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.

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