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Post #541by gironde » 08.08.2018, 12:43

In a recent show on Discovery Chanel Sci, was broadcast a documentary about "Hubble Mission". In this program, they spoke at length about James Webb with 3D simulations. The telescope was pink below.

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Post #542by Croc » 08.08.2018, 13:10

In a recent show on Discovery Chanel Sci, was broadcast a documentary about "Hubble Mission". In this program, they spoke at length about James Webb with 3D simulations. The telescope was pink below.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpVz3UrSsE4

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Post #543by gironde » 08.08.2018, 14:27

see : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sunshield_(JWST)

The layers of the sunshield provide an insulating layer for the optics and help dissipate heat. The shield has 5 layers and is roughly the size of a tennis court. Each layer is as thin as a human hair and is coated with aluminum for reflectivity. The purple color of some layers comes from the material silicon, which helps the shield be tougher and reflect heat and is the same material in most computer chips. The telescope uses the sunshield to stop itself from being warmed by infrared radiation from the Sun and other nearby planetary objects, which would otherwise inhibit normal operations of onboard instruments.

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Post #544by jujuapapa » 08.08.2018, 14:39

gironde wrote:In a recent show on Discovery Chanel Sci, was broadcast a documentary about "Hubble Mission". In this program, they spoke at length about James Webb with 3D simulations. The telescope was pink below.

Oui et c'est les vaches qui emballent le chocolat milka ! :P :P :P
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Post #546by Croc » 08.08.2018, 15:14

https://youtu.be/v6ihVeEoUdo

Very clearly. Amazing !!! :clap: :clap: :clap:

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Post #547by gironde » 08.08.2018, 18:30

Non Jujuapapa, dans la pub Milka ce sont les marmottes qui emballent le chocolat !

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Post #548by toutatis » 08.08.2018, 18:56

fixed the defects of the model... and was added texture... the orbit from HORIZONS(NASA)... rotation of model is false...
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Post #549by jujuapapa » 09.08.2018, 06:42

gironde wrote:Non Jujuapapa, dans la pub Milka ce sont les marmottes qui emballent le chocolat !
On a pas vu la même pub... :smile:

The given link shows us a computer simulation !

Click here and watch this video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JnpZzPAsz1U of the real jwst.. no pink ! :clap:

look at 1'55", 18'30", and after...

Or this second shorter real video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r1ybe4yr2no
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Post #550by toutatis » 09.08.2018, 18:43

TESS... without textures yet...
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Post #551by toutatis » 09.08.2018, 19:02

The given link shows us a computer simulation !

jujujuapOpa,,, this model was accepted by NASA... and no one cares here what you think, idiot... lol... Know, all 3D models in any simulators, programms, games, all objects... the models of the planets, stars, galaxyes and the models of spacecrafts too, is an artist concepts... You are funny... No one can copy 100% ideal models, even Hollywood... lol... so stop spreading the stink here...
when u will create even a small 3d model of something, we will give you chance to argue here...

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Post #552by jujuapapa » 09.08.2018, 19:09

Post #551by toutatis » 5
jujujuapOpa,,, this model was accepted by NASA... and no one cares here what you think, idiot... lol... Know, all 3D models in any simulators, programms, games, all objects... the models of the planets, stars, galaxyes and the models of spacecrafts too, is an artist concepts... You are funny... No one can copy 100% ideal models, even Hollywood... lol... so stop spreading the stink here...
when u will create even a small 3d model of something, we will give you chance to argue here...

None word about these real videos ??? :clap:
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Post #553by DaveBowman2001 » 11.08.2018, 00:13

(Slightly out-of-the-topic :biggrin: :biggrin:)
Assuming that no delays would occur, the Parker Solar Probe is scheduled to be launched today from the Cape!!!

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...or at least tomorrow (from my time zone) hehe
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Post #554by toutatis » 11.08.2018, 01:32

(Slightly out-of-the-topic :biggrin: :biggrin:)
Assuming that no delays would occur, the Parker Solar Probe is scheduled to be launched today from the Cape!!!

Добавлено спустя 1 минуту 57 секунд:
...or at least tomorrow (from my time zone) hehe

I have 3d model of Parker Solar Probe... and XYZV-file from HORIZONS... I will work with it after successful launch of this spacecraft...

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Many 3D models of spacecrafts are ready already... but waithing for successful launch...

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Post #555by DaveBowman2001 » 11.08.2018, 03:49

Yey! Can't wait :biggrin: :biggrin:

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Post #556by jujuapapa » 12.08.2018, 06:32

toutatis wrote: I have 3d model of Parker Solar Probe... and XYZV-file from HORIZONS... I will work with it after successful launch of this spacecraft...
Many 3D models of spacecrafts are ready already... but waithing for successful launch...

With good textures, why not ? :wink:
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Post #557by gironde » 12.08.2018, 10:20

Parker Solar Probe was launched :smile:

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Post #558by Goofy » 12.08.2018, 10:45

Hi. Just a clarification, the color of the lower shield on James Webb Space Telescope is not "pink", it's "lilac".
Here

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lilac_(color)

you can find the "Coordinates" of this color, i.e.
Hex triplet #C8A2C8
sRGBB (r, g, b) (200, 162, 200)
CMYKH (c, m, y, k) (0, 19, 0, 22)
HSV (h, s, v) (300°, 19%, 78%)

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and of its "Variations", i.e.
Pale lilac
Bright lilac
Rich lilac
French lilac

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Post #559by gironde » 12.08.2018, 11:28

thank Goofy

our representations of the satellites and probes certainly have exaggerated colors and your remark can make it possible to qualify the shade of JWST for those which it sorrows.

For those who want this modification it is enough to edit the cmod file in cmodview, to select the zone concerned and to modify the shade of color:
Material Editor / Diffuse

When the setting is complete, do not forget to save the modified file. (File / Save)

this operation is quite simple to perform
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Post #560by jujuapapa » 12.08.2018, 17:21

Goofy wrote:Hi. Just a clarification, the color of the lower shield on James Webb Space Telescope is not "pink", it's "lilac".
Here
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lilac_(color)
...
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@goofy : did you watch the real videos (and not simulations) ? :think:

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