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Posted: 06.08.2018, 20:40
This adds the hypothetical Planet 9 and 28 bodies that represent the Oort Cloud. The 28 bodies are near the edge of Celestia's render limit for bodies bound to the Sun.
Posted: 03.09.2018, 03:19
Now has more hypothetical bodies. Earth Trojan and impactor, Theia. Three hypothetical planets, Phaeton*, Planet V, and "Fifth Giant". The extra moons around Earth come from the fact that the ring of derbies most likely form two moons. *=Disproven
Posted: 24.12.2018, 23:54
Planet 9's size has been updated along with the orbital distances of its moons.
Posted: 25.12.2018, 06:29
Why is Earth around Planet 9?
Posted: 25.12.2018, 06:34
That is just something I added in the version on my main laptop, it's not actually part of the addon. So it's just something to ignore.
Posted: 07.01.2019, 06:34
Posted: 07.03.2019, 13:18
Planet 9 orbit has been updated.
Posted: 01.05.2019, 01:37
Planet 9 now has more moons.
Posted: 01.05.2019, 03:38
Are your mods part of Celestia Origin or separate from it?
Posted: 01.05.2019, 03:40
Mine are separate from Celestia Origin.
Posted: 01.05.2019, 20:53
Anthony_B_Russo10 wrote:Planet 9 now has more moons.
Because a gas giant cant have enough moons!
Posted: 01.05.2019, 21:29
No, they can not.
Posted: 01.05.2019, 22:28
Named all of Planet 9's moons, and added some thin, close rings to Planet 9.
Oh and I made custom textures and medres folders...
Posted: 01.05.2019, 23:06
Thank for adding the rings and names to the moons.
Posted: 03.09.2019, 23:55
A new study from 2018 has revived the Phaeton theory and could have proven it correct - the asteroid belt is the fragments of at least five or six bodies, one of which could have been Earth-sized with the others being planetary-sized moons.
Posted: 04.09.2019, 13:19
Joey P. wrote:the asteroid belt is the fragments of at least five or six bodies, one of which could have been Earth-sized with the others being planetary-sized moons.
According to best space theory I know, the same is true for all asteroids and comets
Posted: 05.09.2019, 22:25
Wouldn't it be obvious that the obsolete hypothesized 5th giant might be the Planet Nine we are looking for?Added after 2 minutes 48 seconds:
Here is the source for the revived Phaeton theory: https://newatlas.com/meteorites-asteroids-ancient-planets/55299/
Maybe those planetary-sized bodies could be planet-sized moons (like the Galilean Moons, Titan, or Triton) that collided with a super-Earth due to gravitational perturbations.