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Post #101by Lafuente_Astronomy » 13.11.2019, 08:10

Janus wrote:I know it may not be funny to others, but Arrokoth sounds like Cthulhu's goth niece to me.
Should grow out of it in an Epoch or two.
Sorry about being somewhat off topic, but I needed a laugh, wanted to share.


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I also kinda sounds like Kakaroth, which if I remember, is the Dragon Ball protag Goku's original name
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Post #102by Gurren Lagann » 13.11.2019, 12:46

Its Kakarot, not Kakaroth.

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Post #103by Joey P. » 13.11.2019, 19:50

fyr02 wrote:
2014 MU69 now has the name "Arrokoth."
I agree. The name "Ultima Thule" sounds more suitable and attractive, considering it is at the outer bounds of our planetary Solar System.
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Post #104by SevenSpheres » 13.11.2019, 22:13

I think one reason "Ultima Thule" was rejected is because there's already an asteroid named Thule. But personally I like the name Arrokoth. It may mean "sky", but I agree with Janus that it sounds like some eldritch horror from the underworld, which fits with the names of plutinos. And it's certainly better than Gonggong. :wink:
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Post #105by LukeCEL » 14.11.2019, 00:44

SevenSpheres wrote:I think one reason "Ultima Thule" was rejected is because there's already an asteroid named Thule.

Recall that the name Ultima Thule was always meant as a nickname, since "2014 MU69" is quite unwieldy.

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Post #106by Art Blos » 16.11.2019, 07:27

File register has been fixed, because of which nebulae did not display on Linux.
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Post #107by Art Blos » 17.11.2019, 20:17

Taken into consideration orbital changes of comet C/1995 O1 (Hale-Bopp).
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Post #108by Joey P. » 18.11.2019, 22:32

Art Blos wrote:

Why are you giving us advice, if ...

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Unfortunately I think I have lost interest in this project;


When I meant that, I meant to say that I have lost interest in downloading the project and using it personally. I prefer the older, outdated versions for some reason. But I would still enjoy to give you people advice in making it.
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Post #109by Art Blos » 21.11.2019, 18:38

Updated and optimized the trajectory of Halley's comet.
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Post #110by Janus » 21.11.2019, 19:06

@Art Blos

What time period for Halley's is covered?
I ask because I am working on a personal theory that it is in resonance with Orcus, mostly known as the anti pluto.
Longer time periods or more accurate orbits would help with that.


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Post #111by Art Blos » 21.11.2019, 19:21

Janus wrote:What time period for Halley's is covered?
The exact trajectory from 1600 to 2201 years.
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Post #112by Janus » 21.11.2019, 19:33

@Art Blos

Can it accurately project further?
Any idea what level of accuracy when doing so?

I am also interested in comparing it to establish-able ages at Gobeklitepe and other ancient sites.
Using radio carbon & tree ring data to get high resolution dates.
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Post #113by Art Blos » 21.11.2019, 19:44

Janus wrote:Can it accurately project further?
I used maximum data from the HORIZONS interface. Beyond the above years remains usual Kepler orbit, giving noticeable errors.
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Post #114by Janus » 21.11.2019, 20:01

@Art Blos

Thank you for the improved data.
It gives me a better baseline for brute force calculations than I had before.
Should be lots of fun.


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Post #115by Art Blos » 27.11.2019, 06:02

Hey folks! I have already added all the new names and numbers of asteroids which you reported in my topics. But if there is anything else, please inform me as soon as possible.
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Post #116by Lafuente_Astronomy » 27.11.2019, 07:15

Art Blos wrote:Hey folks! I have already added all the new names and numbers of asteroids which you reported in my topics. But if there is anything else, please inform me as soon as possible.

I have a question: Would you consider adding Vision's Black Hole addons into your upcoming Celestia Origin Version 10? After all, he's a member of your team and thus, you can use whatever he had, provided you have his permission. So far, he has made 2 Black Hole addons public, with more to come:

1= Milky Way Center 2.0
2= NGC 1600 Black Hole (To see this specific addon however, one either has to use a commit by Janus which increases stellar render distance to 1 GLY, or wait for the next Celestia 1.7.0 snapshot, which now has the 1 GLY render distance)

Thanks in advance
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Post #117by Art Blos » 27.11.2019, 07:27

Lafuente_Astronomy wrote:I have a question: Would you consider adding Vision's Black Hole addons into your upcoming Celestia Origin Version 10? After all, he's a member of your team and thus, you can use whatever he had, provided you have his permission.
He himself repeatedly asked me about this, but I do not have enough time.
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Post #118by Lafuente_Astronomy » 27.11.2019, 08:48

Art Blos wrote:He himself repeatedly asked me about this, but I do not have enough time.

Ahhh. Well, perhaps not in version 10 but maybe along the way during CO's future development beyond 10, perhaps you'll have enough time to incorporate his addons into CO. Besides, it would also be better if he releases a few more black hole addons first so that it would be expansive
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Post #119by Art Blos » 29.11.2019, 17:49

The development of a new installation module for Windows and Linux has been completed.
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Post #120by Markerz » 30.11.2019, 01:05

I will find time to do the Mac version later, it should not be too hard. since my Mac runs only 64bit only, so I can only test if 1.6.2 works. and last time I checked there was issue with Lua for the getn thing.


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