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Post #21by Joey P. » 20.10.2019, 23:47

It is fictional. And yes, I am aware of the Faint Young Sun paradox.

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here are some more pseudoscientific stories on Phaeton
http://karljahn.tripod.com/Maldek.htm
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Post #22by Joey P. » 24.10.2019, 21:20

As far as I know the existance of the Oort cloud has not yet been confirmed.
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Post #23by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 31.10.2019, 15:57

Update: Planet 9's atmosphere has been updated
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Post #24by Ginum » 03.11.2019, 16:04

I have some ideas for more hypothetical bodies.

Vulcan (Small planet orbiting closer than Mercury)

Hephaestus (Small planet orbiting closer than Vulcan)

Neith (Moon of Venus)

Petit and Walemath's moons.

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Post #25by pirogronian » 03.11.2019, 17:22

Ginum wrote:I have some ideas for more hypothetical bodies.

Vulcan (Small planet orbiting closer than Mercury)

Hephaestus (Small planet orbiting closer than Vulcan)

Neith (Moon of Venus)

Petit and Walemath's moons.

Feel free to make an addon...

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Post #26by Gurren Lagann » 03.11.2019, 17:45

Ginum is still re-familiarizing with Celestia addon making...

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Post #27by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 04.11.2019, 09:08

Ginum,

Vulcan and Neith already exist as addons on the Motherlode: http://celestiamotherlode.net/catalog/show_addon_details.php?addon_id=854
The addon itself is attached below.
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Post #28by Ginum » 04.11.2019, 11:41

The one issue I have with that is that Planet X is a white sphere, and that Neith's orbit is not on the Equator of Venus. What we should do here, in my eyes is create an updated version of this addon with other Hypothetical bodies, all included. Keep in mind Planet 9's hill sphere is absolutely massive, so you can have moons up to around 1 AU around it, it could have the most moons of any planet.

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Post #29by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 04.11.2019, 15:24

Planet X can be fixed with the texture attached below. If you want to create an updated version you can, but I made Planet 9 to be smaller then Neptune and the moons are fictional but grouped like the gaseous planets moons since no part of the theory of Planet 9 mentions moons.
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Post #30by fyr02 » 04.11.2019, 15:56

Ginum, you can follow my tutorial https://celestia.space/forum/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=19707 here for how to create gas giant textures.
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Post #31by Ginum » 04.11.2019, 22:11

I want to learn how to do addons in the first place, so I can create and add on to the addon already made and make it better.

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Post #32by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 05.11.2019, 01:02

Then you can add to my addon, just keep it in this thread.
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Post #33by PlutonianEmpire » 05.11.2019, 11:03

I found a nice page on Sol hypotheticals. Long page tho.

http://solarviews.com/eng/hypothet.htm
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Post #34by SpaceFanatic64 » 05.11.2019, 14:32

PlutonianEmpire wrote:I found a nice page on Sol hypotheticals. Long page tho.

http://solarviews.com/eng/hypothet.htm
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Post #35by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 05.11.2019, 15:53

I think this is the first post by PlutonianEmpire since I've been on the Forums.

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Update: Now contains 12 hypothetical Vulcanoids.
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Post #36by Joey P. » 08.11.2019, 03:36

Ginum wrote:

Vulcan (Small planet orbiting closer than Mercury)

Hephaestus (Small planet orbiting closer than Vulcan)

Where's the source for Hephaestus?
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Post #37by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 08.11.2019, 16:51

I've never heard about Hephaestus either.
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Post #38by Joey P. » 10.11.2019, 00:27

Honestly, we need a reliable source for that planet. Unless we want to be purely fictional, if we can't find a source then I'm opposed to having that planet in an addon about hypothetical, theorized solar system bodies.
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Post #39by Space Cowboy » 12.11.2019, 05:35

Where's the source for Hephaestus?

In Wikipedia.
The minor planet 2212 Hephaistos discovered in 1978 by Soviet astronomer Lyudmila Chernykh was named in Hephaestus' honour.

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Post #40by Gurren Lagann » 12.11.2019, 12:20

Guys, Hephaestus is a fictional moon-sized vulcanoid in a 3:2 or 1:2 resonance with Vulcan that I and Ginum made up!

Okay, now that this discussion is over, we can finally move on.


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