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Re: Pictures from Celestia

Post #21by t00fri » 29.11.2012, 10:51

olyv wrote:Ola,

What does Ola mean?

In Spanish I would write Hola. If I was a native French speaker and wanted to be taken as a Spaniard, I might have written Ola instead, since French pronounciation ignores all initial 'h's ;-)

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Post #22by t00fri » 29.11.2012, 19:34

olyv wrote:
t00fri wrote:What does Ola mean?

FYI, the 'Ola' is Hawaiian (by my mother) and means "long or good life" :)
Not to be confused with ola in soccer stadiums.

Oha, that was not so easy to find out ;). Thanks.

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Post #23by kristoffer » 05.12.2012, 17:15

Earth-sized moon called Auriga, an inhabited world located 53.9 light-years away, orbiting a gas giant planet around a real star, Psi5 Aurigae

Psi5 Aurigae doesn't have planets, but it is examined for evidence of extrasolar planets.
Psi5 Aurigae, is 3.2 billion years old.
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Post #24by bh » 16.12.2012, 16:54

Lovely pictures olyv.
regards...bh.

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Post #26by Spaceman » 27.12.2012, 10:57

Ringworld :D

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Post #28by t00fri » 28.12.2012, 18:45

Nice!

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Post #30by t00fri » 28.12.2012, 20:22

john Van Vliet wrote:Hi t00fri
I just started a new thread on your site
( to move the 2012 out of the "Texture Tools" section -- i am not using them so...)
Had to take a break -- do to the cat walking on the keyboard and REALLY WANTING ATTENTION !!!

;-) How about a new animal that doesn't fit onto your keyboard?? E.g. a Dino or a Croco?

Now i moved NYNY to a lighter px value

would you like one moved back down to 76 from about 160
see the texture tools nightlight thread
???????

I'll look into the matter ASAP.

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Post #31by t00fri » 28.12.2012, 21:09

John,

see my more detailed post at CM:
http://forum.celestialmatters.org/viewt ... 51&start=2

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Post #32by PlutonianEmpire » 07.02.2013, 03:37

(All images clickable for larger versions. :) )

I call this one "Gems of the Universe". It should be clear why. ;)
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My fictitious airline based on the very concept of the addon in the background, my Earth rings addon. Depending on your monitor or laptop screen (and/or settings), you may see the space shot of it on the plane's tail fin. Model by fungun. :)
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No, it's not Pandora :P , the parent is a neptunian in the habzone. Gas planet textures from the GC generator texture pack by Rassilon. Hab-moon textures' mine though. :P
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Habmoon of Kepler-16b. See if you can find the second shadow being cast on the planet! :P Gas planet tex is a Jupiter tex from the CML, modified by me, habmoon tex, GC gen tex again.
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Polar oppositions taken to a whole new level; the gentle habitable moon appears dark and sinister, while the harsh and hostile gas giant appears vibrant and full of life. :lol: Textures wholly from the GC gen tex pack this time. Sorry. :(
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Post #33by kristoffer » 08.02.2013, 08:21

Janus, inhabited moon in a fictional solarsystem, 1046 light-years from Earth in the constellation Sagittarius. This world is about the size of Earth, and has a population about 5.2 billion, and orbits a gas giant planet in the star's goldilocks zone.
As you see here, there is 4 comets coming to the inner alien solarsystem Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii.
This alien solarsystem is available for download: http://celestiamotherlode.net/catalog/s ... on_id=1613

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Post #34by kristoffer » 09.02.2013, 19:05

3 pieces of an asteroid, that broke apart, passing the world Janus, at the southern hemisphere. The 3 pieces passing Janus with around 2000 km at the closest. There were 6 pieces of the asteroid, while the 3 other crashed into the gas giant Vertilu.
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Post #35by Cham » 11.02.2013, 03:05

A mysterious new world, near Eta Car :

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Post #36by Cham » 11.02.2013, 16:28

More deep space exploration...

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Huge nebula in some galaxy :
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A begining, or an end ?
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Post #37by Cham » 11.02.2013, 16:30

This is definitely an end :
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But this is a begining :
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Post #38by Cham » 11.02.2013, 16:43

Three more pictures of hope for the deep space universe :
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Post #39by t00fri » 11.02.2013, 17:18

Nice!

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Post #40by Fenerit » 12.02.2013, 03:21

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