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Posted: 03.03.2005, 15:32
by TERRIER
I'd like to enter this picture of the Magellan launch, but I use 1280 x 1024 for my screenshots.

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regards,
TERRIER

Posted: 07.03.2005, 12:40
by jgrillo2002
thats fine :)

Posted: 07.03.2005, 17:51
by Rassilon
eburacum45 wrote:I am not really a competitive person, but I am quite proud of this picture (I generally process Celestia images a little bit before they go on the Orion's Arm site to show rocket exhaust and so on, but this one is untouched).
Some Starhand robots building a zero-gee habitat;


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Very alien...I like!

Posted: 08.03.2005, 19:38
by ajtribick
Alula Australis screenshot - sorry it is located on deviantART, but I can't FTP from this location.

cel://Follow/Alula Australis Bb/2005-03-19T19:14:49.70077?x=AD1J18VwBR5y5qL+/////w&y=AEs/XI/NkV5FMa4&z=AOwzf+V/fAp1RG7//////w&ow=-0.056257&ox=0.961492&oy=0.145047&oz=-0.226561&select=Alula Australis Bb&fov=50.248428&ts=-1.000000&ltd=0&rf=38807&lm=2"

Posted: 12.03.2005, 16:17
by Bob Hegwood
Can't believe that no one else has added this screenshot yet... <shrug>

Click the link below to see my favorite screenshot from Celestia.
Is a representation of the Space Station from 2001. Much prefer this to the
floating pile of space junk which is our current space station.

Click HERE.

Thanks, Bob

Posted: 12.03.2005, 18:18
by Tosv
Alula Australis is indeed one of the most astonishing systems I??ve found in Celestia so far. Two double-stars orbiting each other. 8O I found it about two weeks ago and I instantly bookmarked it. Space is with no doubt a fachinating place...

Posted: 12.03.2005, 23:12
by TERRIER
Bob Hegwood wrote:Much prefer this to the floating pile of space junk which is our current space station.


Awwwww c'mon, it aint that bad !

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BTW, My first non-standard Window$ desktop background was a Celestia screenshot of a less detailed 2001 Space Station.

regards,
TERRIER

PS Anybody know where the 2001 Space Station draws its power supply from ?

Posted: 14.03.2005, 22:12
by Rocket Man
How many screenshots can we enter?

The Conjunction by Don Edwards screenshot is really cool. Love the earth-like planets as moons.

Posted: 14.03.2005, 22:43
by julesstoop
My screenshot (used photoshop only for conversion from color to grayscale):
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The inspiration:
http://saturn.jpl.nasa.gov/multimedia/i ... ageID=1426

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Posted: 23.03.2005, 12:10
by John Van Vliet
this is one of my desktop backgrounds
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and
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and hear is a link to some of my photo gallery
http://johnscelestiapage.no-ip.com/gallery/view_album.php?set_albumName=CelestiaScreenShots1

screenshot march 2005

Posted: 23.03.2005, 23:36
by Beowulf01
Now that i got my celestria program back in shap here is my screenshot for teh month.... skating in at the end of the month... typical me.
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I call it "A Long Way From Home"

Posted: 25.03.2005, 18:22
by ElChristou
hi, one shot... one...

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Posted: 26.03.2005, 06:55
by Michael Kilderry
Is this still going? I thought I would have missed it during my absence from the forum and the internet altogether...

Well, Here's my screenshot entry!

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The gas planet of Demeter and gigantic moon Starlight, two worlds of Proxima Centauri from my new addon.

Michael Kilderry :)

Posted: 27.03.2005, 08:46
by jgrillo2002
Rocket Man wrote:How many screenshots can we enter?

The Conjunction by Don Edwards screenshot is really cool. Love the earth-like planets as moons.
The submitter that wants to enter the contest is one screenshot per person