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Post #501by toutatis » 27.07.2018, 01:38

If you like, use them.
Thanks Goofy

At Toutatis the model of a telescope is made more qualitatively.

Thanks Croc... I will made still one soon... maybe it will be better even... who knows.. :smile:

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Post #502by toutatis » 27.07.2018, 01:41

Another new model of TDRS satellite... it will be ready soon...
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Post #503by jujuapapa » 27.07.2018, 06:23

by Croc » Yesterday, 15:27
At Toutatis the model of a telescope is made more qualitatively. See:

viewtopic.php?p=139055#p139055
@croc, Do you have installed it ? :fie:
=> high details, good textures, good orientation in space for shields and solar panels... :clap:

Seriously, PINK on JWST's toutatis ? :hi: :fie: :oops:

After comparing the 2, none good Texture on this little ugly model... :biggrin:
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Post #504by Croc » 27.07.2018, 08:28

@croc, Do you have installed it ? :fie:
=> high details, good textures, good orientation in space for shields and solar panels... :clap:


Below are two models: 1. Tutatis, 2. Wieczor:

JWST-0.jpg


JWST-1.jpg


The telescope's mirror in Toutatis is more effective than that of Wieczor.

P.S.
The size of the model for Toutatis 131 Kb, for Wieczor 20.095 MB!
In this case, "Quantity has not gone into quality"

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Post #505by jujuapapa » 27.07.2018, 09:50

P.S.
The size of the model for Toutatis 131 Kb, for Wieczor 20.095 MB!
In this case, "Quantity has not gone into quality"

Go near the jwst's wieczor and look at ALL details... :clap:

In reality for best pictures, you think that mirors are so separate ? :fie:

jwst_mirror.jpg
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Post #506by DaveBowman2001 » 27.07.2018, 13:40

Hi there, for those who have downloaded the CygnusEnhanced spacecraft found in the earlier pages of this forum post, here's the code for putting it beside @linuxman's very high-detailed ISS:

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 Modify "Cygnus OA-4:CRS OA-4" "Sol/Earth/ISS"
{
   Radius      0.00575
   
   LongLat [ 207.000000 -0.1000000 0.0072500]   # Unity (nadir port)

   Orientation          [ -90 0 0 1 ]
   EquatorAscendingNode 270.00000000
}


NOTE: The version of @linuxman's ISS I've used is the 2009 edition...I can't find where I could download the more recent 2011 edition, but it may also work there if you have :biggrin: :biggrin:

Cygnus on the ISS.jpg
Cygnus CRS OA-4, 2015 Dec-09 14:18:13
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Post #507by Croc » 27.07.2018, 13:59

In reality for best pictures, you think that mirors are so separate ? :fie:

You can agree that the gaps between hexagons should be less ...:

JWST-02.jpg


.. but the Wieczor model does not have a hint of any clearances. (Is this quality with a file size of 20.095 MB?)

JWST-12.jpg


Here is a photo of the mirror:

Webb_Space_Telescope.jpg


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Here is a replica of Toutatis:

Thanks Croc... I will made still one soon... maybe it will be better even... who knows.. :smile:

Added after 45 minutes 26 seconds:
I liked the JWST model used in this composition (sunshield):

JWST-ESA-C-Carreau-sq-e1436474163705.jpg


JWST-sunshield.jpg

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Post #508by jujuapapa » 27.07.2018, 17:48

.. but the Wieczor model does not have a hint of any clearances. (Is this quality with a file size of 20.095 MB?)

All is in the point of view, I saw all main mirors...
And it's the one minor default in this model. :biggrin:

On the another, did you see the secondary and third miror ?
The antennas ?
the supports of main mirors ?
The textured solar panels ?
The nozzles ?
The telescopic arms ?
...

I don't think so :fie:
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Post #509by Croc » 27.07.2018, 18:12

All is in the point of view, I saw all main mirors...

Please show your screenshot ...

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Post #510by toutatis » 28.07.2018, 00:32

So, what a problem guys? :biggrin: .. I used ORBITER model... Wieczor used NASA free model... (His Wieczor TESS model does not works in Celestia even lol,, :fie: ... and he use the same textures (80%) for all his models... lol)... I worked with a NASA model earlier but I did not posted the model here becoz I want made it better.... download/file.php?id=2520&filename=capture-20180610-143847.jpg&mode=view So you can see it... AND! some textures of Wieczor models not works...

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Post #511by toutatis » 28.07.2018, 00:49

Thanks Croc for support... but plz... who cares what jujuapapa think... you know that a jealous people everywhere... and here too... :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: he is just a troll... :biggrin: He don't know well about things he talk.. So who cares... Lolz... If about me, I don't have time to talk with an idiots... I like to watch how they dying from jealousy Lolz :biggrin:

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Post #512by DaveBowman2001 » 28.07.2018, 03:31

About the JWST model:
I used ORBITER model... Wieczor used NASA free model..
Wow! I didn't realize that it came straight from Orbiter. I didn't even know that the Orbiter version of JWST is available already :biggrin: :biggrin:


Well, @toutatis and @gironde, speaking of Orbiter: I finally made it up and running again on my PC! It turns out just a corrupted installer after all!

I'm now working to figure out how the Luna probes' trajectories there compatible for Celestia, which it seems much more complicated than I thought :biggrin: :biggrin: though the orbit for Luna 10 is finished and Celestia-worthy

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Post #513by gironde » 28.07.2018, 06:36

DaveBowman2001

I'm happy for you that everything is working again.

I can not wait to see what you can extract from Orbiter to serve in Celestia.


Do you know the Stellarium software (current version 0.18.1)? http://stellarium.org/fr/

It is a free software that allows to visualize the visible sky from any point on Earth. Personally I positioned the software to see the sky at home (longitude, latitude, altitude, direction). It allows you to follow stars or satellites. It provides a bunch of data about the selected object and in the latest version to calculate ephemerides. It is installed with 600000 stars but by downloading from the software one can reach 177 million stars.

The multitude of languages available can satisfy many people using Celestia.
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Post #514by DaveBowman2001 » 28.07.2018, 06:51

Thanks

Do you know the Stellarium software (current version 0.18.1)? http://stellarium.org/fr/

Umm, no it's the first time I've heard about Stellarium, but it looks like it's also a cool astronomy app too! :biggrin: :biggrin:

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Post #515by jujuapapa » 28.07.2018, 12:59

Post #510by toutatis » Today, 00:32
His Wieczor TESS model does not works in Celestia even ...AND some textures of Wieczor models not works...

I have none problem with w10 (for tess and jwst) ! :biggrin:
It's mentionned on the website.

Croc has not this problem too (not said) and screenshots are OK. :razz:

Has somebody seen the eclipse yesterday ? :wink:
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Post #516by gironde » 28.07.2018, 13:02

example: some of the displayable data for Proxima Centauri in Stellarium
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Post #517by toutatis » 29.07.2018, 12:39

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Post #518by toutatis » 29.07.2018, 14:03

Add-on... Interstellar Objects... Includes 1I/2017 U1 'Oumuamua... Trajectory from 1800 Jan 01 to 2199 Dec 31...
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Post #519by gironde » 29.07.2018, 14:45

Göktürk-2 is an Earth observation satellite made by Turkey.

It is launched on 18-12-2012 by a chinese rocket Chang Zheng 2D from the site of Juuquan LA-4 / SLS-2


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Post #520by Gurren Lagann » 29.07.2018, 14:48

When will you guys make GRACE-FO satellite? How about the fictional Eris Explorer from Orbiter 2010?


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