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Post #781by gironde » 29.09.2018, 15:10

a little texture and orientation of Formosat 5
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Post #782by toutatis » 29.09.2018, 16:57

more complete and more accuracy trajectory for Rosetta and corrected timeline for 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko... the end of Rosetta trajectory 05/10/2016...
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Post #783by SpaceFanatic64 » 29.09.2018, 17:37

more complete and more accuracy trajectory for Rosetta and corrected timeline 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko...
Thanks, toutatis!
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Post #784by Croc » 30.09.2018, 11:48

The screenshot shows not a ball of threads, this is the orbit of the Earth's satellites, but the Earth itself is not visible. It's more convenient to watch satellites.

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This became possible with the new "View / Hide" tool

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Read more - read here: https://celestia.space/forum/viewtopic.php?p=139873#p139873

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Post #785by gironde » 30.09.2018, 12:33

I put in place the 2 Celestia addons that differ in the center of mass of the orbit.
Toutatis: Sun center (HORIZONS) name Rosetta (Toutatis)
Gironde: Earth center (HORIZONS) name Rosetta (probe)

The step of the timeline is the same: 1 day, and the start and end dates are the same.

It can be seen that the position of the 2 Rosetta is practically the same in space. The slight differences are due to the rounding of distance.


On this image taken in Celestia, we can see:
orbit by Toutatis in yellow (Sun center)
orbit by Gironde in green (Earth center)
orbit of 67P in red (Sun center)


:hi:

Added after 3 minutes 30 seconds:
Yes Croc, the button 'Obj.VIEW' is very convenient :hi: :smile:
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Post #786by toutatis » 30.09.2018, 13:05

VIKING models from ORBITER... and after modification by Toutatis...
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from ORBITER software...
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Post #787by SpaceFanatic64 » 30.09.2018, 14:01

Incredible! How long did it take you?
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Post #788by toutatis » 30.09.2018, 14:45

Incredible! How long did it take you?

about 6 hours... and there is still work for 2 hours... UV mapping,,, texturing,, etc...

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Post #789by SpaceFanatic64 » 30.09.2018, 15:05

about 6 hours...
Wow, that sound's exhausting.
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Post #790by Diigg » 30.09.2018, 16:21

@Toutatis thank you very much.
I guess it will not be possible to tune a little more. Anyway, this is a little closer to reality. Good job!

The model of the Viking is amazing! I congratulate you and thank you very much for your effort.

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Post #791by toutatis » 01.10.2018, 03:29

was finished still one part of work with VIKING model... was added materials to the meshes of model...
VIKING-1,2 Orbiter add-on will be ready during 48 hours...
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VIKING model before UV mapping and texturing...

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Post #792by toutatis » 01.10.2018, 18:37

ROSETTA asteroids flybys...
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Steins flyby...
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Lutetia flyby...

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Post #793by Diigg » 02.10.2018, 13:54

Great Work!!! @Toutatis

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Post #794by toutatis » 02.10.2018, 19:08

Currently testing VIKING ORBITER model...
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Post #795by CM1215 » 02.10.2018, 19:54

toutatis wrote:Currently testing VIKING ORBITER model...
Looking great, toutatis!
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Post #796by DaveBowman2001 » 02.10.2018, 21:29

Astonishingly beautiful!

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Post #797by toutatis » 03.10.2018, 04:44

VIKING Orbiters add-on is ready now... In memory of this great NASA mission to the Mars... for Celestia by Toutatis...
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Post #798by jujuapapa » 03.10.2018, 06:15

toutatis wrote:VIKING Orbiters add-on is ready now... In memory of this great NASA mission to the Mars... for Celestia by Toutatis...

Great model ! :clap:

But are you sure about ssc file ? :think:
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Post #799by toutatis » 03.10.2018, 06:37

Great model ! :clap:

But are you sure about ssc file ?
Thanks, jujuapapa... Yes, that's all orbital data ( but not orientation and rotation ) that I found from archives... and also I used mathematic... but about current orientation and rotation of "Vikings" or if they is still alive and still in the orbit around the Mars only God can give true answers... :smile:

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Post #800by Diigg » 03.10.2018, 08:44

Thanks for the model. I've tried it and it looks great. Great job! @Toutatis
It's a shame not to have orbital data for the entire mission. Hopefully someday.


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