Celestia video

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Celestia video

Post #1by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 17.09.2018, 19:50

If anyone makes Celestia videos, I don’t recommend putting them on YouTube because the will take it down and cite their spam policies if too many are posted.
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Post #2by DaveBowman2001 » 17.09.2018, 22:16

Intriguing...@linuxman has uploaded at least 5 Celestia videos about his very high-detailed ISS addon into YouTube yet it barely had over 1,000 views :eek: :eek:

Can I ask why "some will take it down"?

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Post #3by SpaceFanatic64 » 17.09.2018, 22:22

Anthony, I think it's perfectly fine because not many people know what Celestia actually is, and therefore, YouTube will never likely find these videos, or even know they exist.
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Post #4by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 17.09.2018, 22:24

This is based on the experience I had. The example I can think of: within the span of 24 hours I posted a video modeling a lunar eclipse on Io and another on Europa, and YouTube did not seem to realize that they were on two different moons.
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Post #5by SpaceFanatic64 » 17.09.2018, 22:59

Hm, that's strange. This might've been circumvented if you named the titles completely different.
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Post #6by Limax7 » 18.09.2018, 03:32

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Post #7by DaveBowman2001 » 18.09.2018, 22:08

The example I can think of: within the span of 24 hours I posted a video modeling a lunar eclipse on Io and another on Europa, and YouTube did not seem to realize that they were on two different moons.

Hmm...most likely the trolls on YouTube forget that the moons from other planets can also create lunar (and solar) eclipses too

May I know the video's title is?

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Post #8by SpaceFanatic64 » 18.09.2018, 23:31

But the thing is, how can the trolls even find the video?
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Post #9by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 18.09.2018, 23:33

Considering when I made the video I had one subscriber.
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Post #10by DaveBowman2001 » 20.09.2018, 01:08

Random search?? I guess

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Post #11by Gurren Lagann » 20.09.2018, 22:44

SpaceFanatic64 wrote:But the thing is, how can the trolls even find the video?

Those trolls... You see, they aren't average trolls.

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Post #12by SpaceFanatic64 » 20.09.2018, 23:03

No idea what you mean by "not average trolls".
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Post #13by DaveBowman2001 » 21.09.2018, 23:26

No idea what you mean by "not average trolls"

What @Gurren Lagann mean by "Not average trolls" is that those people had a small if not great amount of knowledge about the topic (astronomy as a whole), but most of them have closed minds....narrow-minded in other terms (sorry for the word)


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