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Re: Post your Celestia pictures!

Post #1081by Fenerit » 06.08.2012, 23:49

From the banned ST's episode: "The grass is not greener" (Season XXX), the Borg's red district.

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Post #1082by Cham » 07.08.2012, 13:36

Strange worlds waiting to be explored...

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Post #1083by Cham » 12.08.2012, 14:28

An hot erupting star, in the Andromeda galaxy (M31) :

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Post #1084by Celestial234 » 12.08.2012, 15:24

Cham, how to you make it? :?:
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Post #1085by PlutonianEmpire » 13.08.2012, 08:54

The newest addition to an extremely old addon I've had since 2004. :)

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Post #1086by bh » 13.08.2012, 21:08

Cham... stunning pictures.
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Post #1087by Cham » 14.08.2012, 14:45

Futur human space stations, somewhere in deep space...

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Post #1088by Cham » 15.08.2012, 00:25

J.T.K. wrote:Can you specify at what time this happens :?:
What are their names :?:
What is the scale :?:
Where are the windows :?:
Where are "impulse" engines :?:

Time frame : A few hundred years from now, I guess. Around 2300.

The size is about 70 meters (radius), more or less.

Windows ? What for ? High res cameras are better, for safety and for image quality (in 2300 !!).
The outside environment is very harsh, with lots of cosmic rays, gamma rays, or micro-meteorites, etc,
so windows aren't a good thing. A magnetic field isn't enough for protection.
Also, these space stations are laboratories and relays, located in deep space.
Not tourists stations. There's nothing to see, outside.

Of course, they are nuclear powered, so no need for any solar panels.

Do you see the "impulse" engines, on a large scale picture of the international space station ?
So the engines can't be seen on the pictures above. Especialy for the technologies at year 2300 !
For orientation, there are many large scale gyroscopes inside.

The first station is called "Lao Tseu" and the second one is "Confucius", since almost ALL humanity will be from China and India, at that time in the future.
The West no longer exist at that time, since its economic system will crash completely around 2040 (total poverty, etc).
Civil war will erase Europe at around 2050, so not much is left after that. America will return to a permanent prehistoric state.

Or I can change that future, and call these deep space stations "Homer Simpson" and "Bozo the Clown"... :mrgreen:
But then, at that time frame, all humanity would be made of intelligent robots.
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Post #1089by Fenerit » 15.08.2012, 00:53

Cham wrote:The West no longer exist at that time, since its economic system will crash completely around 2040 and return to a medieval state (total poverty, etc).

Eh, eh... the Middle Ages is everywhere here :wink:

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Post #1090by Cham » 15.08.2012, 00:57

That looks like a "rennaissance" city, not exactly a medieval city.
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Post #1091by Fenerit » 15.08.2012, 01:03

The story of that place is a bit more long...

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Post #1092by Cham » 15.08.2012, 14:01

An alien world in M31 :

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Another world in the Patriark system (M31) :

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Post #1093by Cham » 16.08.2012, 13:11

Alien technology around their home planet...

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Post #1094by Cham » 16.08.2012, 13:58

Two other pictures of the alien world, just for a change from that boring Scrap Trek :

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Yeah, that planet texture is Mars with water. :roll:
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Post #1095by Cham » 16.08.2012, 14:04

The Tucanae cluster is such an exotic place !

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Post #1096by bh » 16.08.2012, 15:47

Wonderful Cham... superb!
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Post #1097by fungun » 16.08.2012, 20:32

Wonderful Cham... superb!

Yes, what he said ! :D
Very nice.

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Post #1098by Tegmine » 20.08.2012, 12:18

Interesting concept ships...

Got lazy,decided to put 4 in one shot...from top left and going clockwise...Pern (from Anne McCaffrey's Dragonrider series), an Earth-like moon orbiting a water giant in the Tegmine system, Isis (from Monica Hughes' Keeper of the Isis Light,) and another water world orbiting a star near Nunki.

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Re: Post your Celestia pictures!

Post #1099by Cham » 20.08.2012, 13:17

Some new worlds in formation ...

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Re: Post your Celestia pictures!

Post #1100by Cham » 20.08.2012, 13:19

Active proto-star systems, all around the local cluster of galaxies :

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