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Post #181by Lafuente_Astronomy » 25.02.2020, 00:59

SevenSpheres wrote:I have now joined Vision and Lafuente in making compact object addons!

Well, that's good to hear! Vision can do all of them due to his immense experience, I do the black holes, and you do the other compact objects. However, feel free to get into black holes sometime
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Post #182by SVision » 25.02.2020, 21:08

candidate for protoplanetary disks [YWS2016] RS5
The young star probably belongs to a cluster of Sagitarius A* and has a distance of 27071.5 ly.

I'm impressed with this disc. It's 850 AU's long :eh: .
How did it not fall apart from such proximity with another hotter but older S84 star?
God only knows that.

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In the center you can see Sagittarius A.

Sagittarius A close-up disc
Looks bright and powerful :smile: .
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Post #183by Lafuente_Astronomy » 25.02.2020, 21:52

NICE! Now your Sagittarius addons are better and better! And especially for Sagittarius A*, since it's long overdue that it has to be given a new makeover

Would you mind reposting them in your topic in the Forum? It's been "buried" for sometime now. Otherwise, you can allow me to repost it there on your behalf

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SVision wrote:Sagittarius A close-up disc
Looks bright and powerful .

Indeed it does. However, is the disk still the same size as the original or has its size been changed?

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The first four members of the WATCHDOG Catalog:
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Post #184by SVision » 28.02.2020, 23:26

Lafuente_Astronomy, well done :smile:
But then there's gonna be something to come up with a disc rendering...
You can see they're "hard". We'll have to think about how to fix it later :think: .

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Comparison of the Sun, TON 618 and SDSS J140821.67+025733.2(short for SDSS J14 SDSS J1408)

This screenshot looks something like the famous picture of the Earth "Pale Blue Dot", which clearly shows all our bragging and in fact insignificance before the scale of space.

We are stardust.

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Post #185by Lafuente_Astronomy » 29.02.2020, 00:15

SVision wrote:We are stardust.

Just as we remember on Ash Wednesday last Wednesday(Obviously), "From ashes you came, to ashes you shall return", we can say it the same way for our very existence: "From stardust we came, to stardust we shall return"

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Also, your TON 618 does appear to somewhat have a hard disk. But as you said, it will be solved by you later. So, that's great
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Post #186by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 29.02.2020, 01:03

My barycenter Gas Giants from one of them.
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Post #187by SevenSpheres » 29.02.2020, 16:54

Exoplanet image dump...

55 Cancri d
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Beta Pictoris b
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Cha 110913
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HD 69830 system
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OGLE-2016-BLG-1190L b (near the globular cluster ESO 456-38)
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Post #188by SevenSpheres » 29.02.2020, 16:59

Pi Mensae b
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LHS 3844 b
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HIP 41378 f
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and non-exoplanets... Luhman 16 B
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2867 Šteins, with the name rendered correctly
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Post #189by Gurren Lagann » 29.02.2020, 17:05

Ishana with sprite rings (Sprite model by Vision and PlutonianEmpire)
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Ishana. She is a beautiful planet, right?

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Post #190by jujuapapa » 01.03.2020, 06:33

Hi,

Somewhere in space, a nice nebula done by myself... :wink:

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Post #191by LukeCEL » 01.03.2020, 15:41

jujuapapa wrote:Somewhere in space, a nice nebula done by myself...

Wait, this is really cool. You made this yourself?

Could you share it?

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Post #192by SevenSpheres » 01.03.2020, 18:40

jujuapapa, that picture does not appear to be from Celestia. You continue to remind me of bdfd et al...

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Circumstellar disks around AS 205 A and B, using Luke's HL Tauri model. I may make a circumstellar disk catalog with that model.

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Post #193by LukeCEL » 01.03.2020, 20:21

Work in progress: fully rotating model of HD 163296, using many overlapping sprite models.

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Post #194by SevenSpheres » 01.03.2020, 20:31

Oh wow that looks great! :biggrin: :clap: Are you making a circumstellar disk catalog? I've already started to make one using data from here; maybe we can share our files through PM?
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Post #195by Gurren Lagann » 01.03.2020, 20:48

SS 433 and its companion
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Post #196by LukeCEL » 01.03.2020, 21:00

SevenSpheres wrote:Oh wow that looks great! Are you making a circumstellar disk catalog? I've already started to make one using data from here; maybe we can share our files through PM?

Thanks!

I've considered making a circumstellar disk catalog, but the problem is that source doesn't include any information about the shape of each disk. (And it would be pretty hard to store that information, anyway.)

Some disks have been imaged (see this very nice image taken at ALMA) and they all have gaps at different places. So I was thinking of instead doing a more limited catalogue of the 20 or so disks in that image. That being said, currently I don't have the time or motivation to do that. So maybe PM me and I'll send you what I've been working on so far.

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Post #197by jujuapapa » 02.03.2020, 10:30

@lukecel, yes why not, send me your email by pm... :wink:

@7spheres : Why are you so shabby and full of jealousy ??? :fie:
You are always so negative, here is the proof :
20200203 Neb.jpg

and I demand an apology... :smile:
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Post #198by Lafuente_Astronomy » 02.03.2020, 11:53

jujuapapa wrote:and I demand an apology...

Just to be sure, you mind sending us the file here? That way, it would be clear that it's not a photoshop, and that should keep him quiet. I mean, I don't condone what he just said, since I don't think you're that guy, despite your connections to that website, but some may still think you are that guy, so posting your addon here could quell up any doubts and thus, it's for validation and vindication purposes.
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Post #199by jujuapapa » 03.03.2020, 07:09

Lafuente_Astronomy wrote:
jujuapapa wrote:and I demand an apology...

Just to be sure, you mind sending us the file here? That way, it would be clear that it's not a photoshop, and that should keep him quiet. I mean, I don't condone what he just said, since I don't think you're that guy, despite your connections to that website, but some may still think you are that guy, so posting your addon here could quell up any doubts and thus, it's for validation and vindication purposes.

Here is the link to download my first addon : Go to lower of the page

And I demand an apology... if he has a good spirit. :eek:

After this, I hope that I 'll be quiet... :eh:
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Post #200by Lafuente_Astronomy » 03.03.2020, 08:03

jujuapapa wrote:Here is the link to download my first addon : Go to lower of the page

And I demand an apology... if he has a good spirit.

After this, I hope that I 'll be quiet...

Well, it does go to that website which has been considered as not a good and authentic site. But the addon itself is authentic indeed:
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So, well, you're vindicated. But you may have to defend yourself regarding the website you posted
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