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Great Comet of 1910

Post #1by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 14.08.2018, 03:14

This adds the comet C1910 A 1 that made a close approach to Earth in January 1910, four months before 1P/Halley's approach in 1910. AscendingNode, ArgOfPericenter, MeanAnomaly numbers are copied from Comet Hale-Bop due to the fact I could not find the actual numbers for these.
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Post #2by Limax7 » 14.08.2018, 10:36

I have orbital elements of this comet. I post ssc later.

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I find this
https://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/sbdb.cgi?sstr=C/1910 A1;orb=1
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Post #3by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 14.08.2018, 23:02

Thanks.
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Post #4by gironde » 17.08.2018, 19:22

In Celestia Origin :

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"Great comet 1910:1910 A1:C-1910 A1 Great January comet:Daylight Comet" "Sol"
{
   Class   "comet"
   Mesh   "asteroid.cmod"
   Texture   "comet.jpg"
   Radius   2.5
   Visible   false
   Clickable   true
   EllipticalOrbit
   {
      Epoch         2418680.5  # 1910 Jan 09
      Period         4142889.00823298
      SemiMajorAxis   25794.9999998
      Eccentricity   0.999995
      Inclination      138.7812
      AscendingNode   90.0354
      ArgOfPericenter   320.9122
      MeanAnomaly      -0.000002
   }
   UniformRotation
   {
      Period   6
   }
   LunarLambert   0.5
   Albedo   0.04
   InfoURL   "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_January_Comet_of_1910"
}

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Post #5by Limax7 » 17.08.2018, 19:49

Why in code Visible are false?
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Post #6by Art Blos » 17.08.2018, 20:00

Limax7 wrote:Why in code Visible are false?
This is used to manage various categories of objects. If the comet as a separate add-on, then these lines can be deleted.
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Post #7by gironde » 17.08.2018, 21:04

Yes, excuse me, I forgot to report that ': Visible (false)' is used for the Vidiba module in Lut5. For normal use, excluding Lut5, this line is to be removed.

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Post #8by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 18.08.2018, 02:28

C/1910's orbit is quite impressively big, taking it beyond the one light year render limit.
C-1910 A 1.jpg

And anyone know how to fix Titan's atmosphere?
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Post #9by Art Blos » 18.08.2018, 09:50

gironde wrote:Yes, excuse me, I forgot to report that ': Visible (false)' is used for the Vidiba module in Lut5. For normal use, excluding Lut5, this line is to be removed.
Categories in "Celestia Origin" are in no way associated with Lut5. However, in the future we plan to connect them to LET.

Anthony_B_Russo10 wrote:And anyone know how to fix Titan's atmosphere?
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Post #10by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 18.08.2018, 19:39

I'm just saying because I had to uninstall and reinstall 1.6.1, once I had reinstalled it, the program started to ignore the scattering and mie portions of Earth, Mars, and Titan's atmospheres.
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Post #11by DaveBowman2001 » 12.09.2018, 05:23

And anyone know how to fix Titan's atmosphere?

Hmm, I had that same problem before @Anthony_B_Russo10. What I did is that I just copied the color rendering of the Earth's atmosphere instead (to give that blue look).

Of course that's unrealisic, but it works :biggrin: :biggrin:

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Post #12by Anthony_B_Russo10 » 12.09.2018, 11:32

I managed to fix it by uninstalling Celestia twice and reinstalling it.
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Post #13by davidsmith1989 » 14.09.2018, 11:07

I uninstalled once but didn't work i'm gonna try it one more time...

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Post #14by CM1215 » 14.09.2018, 22:40

Anthony_B_Russo10 wrote:And anyone know how to fix Titan's atmosphere?
davidsmith1989 wrote:I uninstalled once but didn't work i'm gonna try it one more time...
Try going into Celestia and pressing CTRL+V.
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