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Post #41by Pluto » 29.10.2020, 06:35

fyr02 wrote:Other moons I could do, let me know
Puck (Fictional)
Thalassa
Naiad
Despina
Cordelia
Mab
Cupid
Perdita
2009 S 1
Anthe (fictional or not?)
Polydeuces
Sycorax
Caliban
Aegir
Trinculo

Maybe a model for Pan?

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Post #42by gironde » 10.11.2020, 17:12

I edited an ssc file for the 104 asteroids of the Adeona family (part of Asteroid Belt). The list comes from wikipedia and orbital data from Nasa JPL.
For use with lut5 Vidiba, I added a lua table from the asteroid list. If you use it without Vidiba, you will have to remove the 'Visible' instruction in the ssc file.

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Post #43by gironde » 11.11.2020, 08:53

In the same genre, here is the Koronis family and the Karin-type asteroid cluster.
The Karin cluster is part of the Koronis family. There were 90 asteroids counted as part of it (wikipedia published a list of 21).
The Koronis family contains 794 asteroids but wikipedia has published a list of 190.
In the download archive, there are the 2 ssc files and the 2 lua tables for Vidiba.
(for use without Vidiba, modify the 'Visible' instructions in the scc.)
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Post #44by gironde » 13.11.2020, 10:46

new locations from USGS on Mercury, Mars, Pluto, Charon, Ceres

If you are using Croc's Lut5, you must intervene in config.lua at the section level:

Code: Select all

ObjectsLocs =
{
...
["Ceres"] = {"..."RE",..."} -- add this type Regio
["Charon,"] = {"..."DO",..."} -- add this type Dorsum
...
}


In Lut5, for Mercury, the FA location type uses the IN type to be differentiated with celestia 1.6.1 and 1.6.2 (the FA type is not directly managed by celestia)
(In celestia 1.7.0 all types have been added, it seems to me)
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Post #45by gironde » 14.11.2020, 17:01

In the series of asteroid families, here is the Agnia family. We are here in the main part of Asteroid Belt. In the archive, there is the list for Vidiba (76 asteroids in a lua table) and the ssc file which comes in addition to the asteroid.ssc file from Croc (originally made by Celestia Origine)
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Post #46by gironde » 17.11.2020, 11:21

Alauda Family is a group of asteroids in main and outer parts of Asteroid Belt
in AlaudaFamily.lua there are 96 asteroids and in the ssc file there are 68 additional asteroids compared to Lut5's asteroids.ssc file.

Added after 4 hours 59 minutes:
as the Alauda family is part of the main part of Asteroid Belt and Outer Asteroid Belt, we can split the list into 2 tables
AlaudaFamily.lua for main
AlaudaOuterFamily.lua for outer
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Post #47by gironde » 18.11.2020, 14:46

4 small families of Asteroid Belt hand:
Aegle Family
Aeolia Family
Aeria Family
Anfimov Family
accompanied by additional ssc files
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Post #48by gironde » 20.11.2020, 15:30

3 Asteroid Belt family :
ArmeniaFamily
AstraeaFamily
AstridFamily

1 Jovian trojan :
ArkesilaosFamily

My files (lua and ssc) for all other JovianTrojan contain 7174 asteroids but the ssc file must be reworked. When it's over I'll post it here.
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Post #49by DaveBowman2001 » 03.12.2020, 08:04

These are the scripts to mark all (numbered) trans-Neptunian objects on Celestia. Each were color-coded to represent their population. Unnumbered objects will be added onto the scripts in the future
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Mark TNOs.zip
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The Kuiper Belt highlighted
"Open the pod-bay doors HAL"
"I'm sorry Dave, I'm afraid I can't do that"

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Post #50by DaveBowman2001 » 04.12.2020, 12:30

This script marks all numbered and unnumbered Centaurs currently rendered on Celestia. The objects marked are the ones recognized by the Minor Planet Center and Jet Propulsion Laboratory as centaurs, since there are no universally agreed upon definitions (yet) on how to classify a minor planet a centaur. The generally agreed consensus is that its orbit should cross the outer planets other than Neptune, and cometary activity is not very active or not present at all.
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The centaurs marked...it looks like the inner portion of the scattered disc
Mark Centaurs.zip
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