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New Moons of the solar System

Post #1by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 17.07.2018, 23:27

This addon adds moons of Jupiter, Saturn, Neptune, and Pluto not in Celestia 1.6.1.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1iazv7rX71Ra_sJAsIlfFcwDTOR8Dy7uS/view?usp=sharing
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Post #2by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 23.07.2018, 19:32

Easier to download from here.
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Post #3by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 27.08.2018, 00:33

This update gives Styx and Kerberos their correct rotation periods along with modifying Nix and Hydra rotation periods.
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Post #4by gironde » 28.08.2018, 09:52

Warning if you made update
For moon of Pluto, the parent is Pluto or Pluto-Charon according to the system that everyone has set up.

For system Pluto-Charon:

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Modify "Hydra:Pluto III:134340 Pluto III:2005 P 1" "Sol/Pluto-Charon"
{
   # The rotation of Hydra is chaotic; we don't attempt to model
   # the rotation exactly, but instead use non-zero precession rate to
   # make the rotation appear somewhat irregular.
   PrecessingRotation
   {
       Inclination       96.362  # pole at time of
       AscendingNode    223.077  # Voyager 2 encounter
       Period          10.308   # 5-day best-fit rotation
       PrecessionPeriod   0.0192 # 7-day wobble in light curve
   }
}

Modify "Nix:Pluto II:134340 Pluto II:2005 P 2" "Sol/Pluto-Charon"
{
   # The rotation of Nix is chaotic; we don't attempt to model
   # the rotation exactly, but instead use non-zero precession rate to
   # make the rotation appear somewhat irregular.
   PrecessingRotation
   {
       Inclination       96.190  # pole at time of
       AscendingNode    223.202  # Voyager 2 encounter
       Period          43.896   # 5-day best-fit rotation
       PrecessionPeriod   0.0192 # 7-day wobble in light curve
   }
}



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Post #5by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 28.08.2018, 11:46

Thanks.
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Post #6by LukeCEL » 05.10.2018, 20:20

Update: S/2016 J 2 has the Roman numeral Jupiter LXII and now has the name Valetudo. (Source)

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Post #7by Croc » 05.10.2018, 21:14

#6by LukeCEL » 51 minutes ago

Update: S/2016 J 2 has the Roman numeral Jupiter LXII and now has the name Valetudo.

Thank you for message. :smile:

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Post #8by Joey P. » 02.11.2018, 02:09

Nice :)
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Post #9by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 04.11.2018, 03:26

Update: S/2016 J 2 has been renamed to Valetudo, sorry it took awhile.
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