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Post #1241by toutatis » 18.09.2019, 18:13

Add-on on the previous page ...
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Post #1242by toutatis » 19.09.2019, 02:54

Today in morning I combined the models of Mars Express, Beagle 2, and MARSIS Radar through SSC-file... Now you can observe Mars Express with these objects in the right time spans...
Just unzip the file below to Mars Expres folder... Works only with Mars Express add-on I made...
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Post #1243by toutatis » 19.09.2019, 08:13

* Pioneer Venus Orbiter * add-on by toutatis... was made changes in the SSC-file... and small correction for model too... solar panels reflect the light better now...

Added after 7 minutes 47 seconds:
I also will revise OSIRIS-REx and Hayabusa-2 add-ons... some elements of the spacecrafts changes during mission, so need to change the SSC-files and I will add some components for models...

Added after 6 minutes 35 seconds:
I think I will create my own website soon, where you all can watch and download things I made... Time will show...
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Post #1244by toutatis » 19.09.2019, 08:41

I have a question for guys who lives in the USA or Canada... What do you think about Canadian dollar.. just your opinions... Will it raise against US dollar after yesterday FED meeting or no? and if yes, as strong?

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Post #1245by gironde » 19.09.2019, 09:54

I love all these updates !
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Post #1246by toutatis » 19.09.2019, 13:08

I love all these updates !

Thank you very much Gironde... I appreciate it...

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Post #1247by toutatis » 20.09.2019, 16:23

* Stardust-NExT * add-on by toutatis... a big changes in SSC-file... the model was a bit modernized... there is no clones of the spacecraft now...
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Post #1248by toutatis » 22.09.2019, 05:17

Made a new Galileo probe model... for a new Galileo add-on.....
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Post #1249by gironde » 22.09.2019, 08:59

this is NASA's Galileo probe (1989-2003).
It should not be confused with the Galileo positioning system built by ESA and which aims to replace the GPS system.

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Post #1250by toutatis » 22.09.2019, 12:04

this is NASA's Galileo probe (1989-2003).
It should not be confused with the Galileo positioning system built by ESA and which aims to replace the GPS system.

Yes, Gironde... You are right... :smile:

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Post #1251by toutatis » 23.09.2019, 16:40

* Galileo * add-on by toutatis...
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Post #1252by toutatis » 23.09.2019, 17:00

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The probe very slowly leaves Galileo spacecraft...

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Post #1253by Diigg » 23.09.2019, 21:12

Thank you very much for all these addons @Toutatis. They make Celestia something spectacular!

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Post #1254by toutatis » 23.09.2019, 23:55

Thank you very much for all these addons @Toutatis. They make Celestia something spectacular!

You are welcome @Diigg... and thank you very much too... :smile: :smile: :smile:

I am still learning...

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Post #1255by Gurren Lagann » 24.09.2019, 00:39

Toutatis and Gironde are literally improving every addon they make, and I applaud then for that!

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Post #1256by toutatis » 24.09.2019, 00:47

Toutatis and Gironde are literally improving every addon they make, and I applaud then for that!

Thanks, Gurren Lagann... :smile:


Prepared a new modernized Hayabusa 2 model with a separating and moving elements such as landers, sample-return capsule and the sampler horn... but too bad, there is no data for creating trajectory...

Now I will modernize an OSIRIS-REx model in such way...

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Post #1257by toutatis » 24.09.2019, 02:51

just modernized Galileo Probe model... you can make choice...
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Post #1258by gironde » 24.09.2019, 19:14

thanks, Gurren Lagann …

I'm not doing a new model right now and Toutatis is doing a lot better than me. :wink:

Toutatis
Prepared a new modernized Hayabusa 2 model with a separating and moving elements such as landers, sample-return capsule and the sampler horn... but too bad, there is no data for creating trajectory...

But Hayabusa 2 is still around Ryugu !
Why not do Hayabusa 1 while waiting ?

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Post #1259by toutatis » 24.09.2019, 21:05

Why not do Hayabusa 1 while waiting ?

with time Gironde... and there is only final stage at HORIZONS...

but see in pic below that I found this today in night at HORIZONS for Hayabusa 2... and that is great... :smile: :smile: :smile:
I think that Mr. Jon.D.Giorgini visit our forum sometimes....

So I will start to create a new Hayabusa 2 add-on today...
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Post #1260by Art Blos » 25.09.2019, 06:26

toutatis wrote:but see in pic below that I found this today in night at HORIZONS for Hayabusa 2... and that is great... :smile: :smile: :smile:
I think that Mr. Jon.D.Giorgini visit our forum sometimes....
What? Data for Hayabusa 2 has long been there. Otherwise, how could I build a trajectory for the Origin?

However, there is another problem. When Hayabusa-2 is located near Ryugu, it is necessary to build a trajectory relative to the asteroid. I personally found out from Giorgini. He said this option is not available (apparently the Japanese have not yet shared).
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