Project Sisyphus - Texturing/painting every exoplanet known

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Post #21by Gurren Lagann » 22.05.2020, 14:58

You can all help and contribute, as Project Sisyphus is a community project!

I'd like to note that i'm mainly doing confirmed exoplanets, as unconfirmed ones for me... are actually low priority atm due to their detection rates.

Also Joey, i will only accept real names/catalog IDs for stars, and any fan-made names will be excluded.
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Post #22by SevenSpheres » 22.05.2020, 16:12

Joey P. wrote:http://adsabs.harvard.edu/cgi-bin/nph-bib_query?bibcode=2000AJ....119..906S&db_key=AST&high=38e0b7728707947

They probably are disproven at this point, unfortunately...

That paper does discuss Luyten 726-8 (Gliese 65) but it doesn't say anything about planets there as far as I can tell.
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Post #23by Joey P. » 23.05.2020, 06:30

Gurren Lagann wrote:Also Joey, i will only accept real names/catalog IDs for stars, and any fan-made names will be excluded
I know, they're part of my own worldbuilding project, but I plan to get a PhD (though my family cannot afford it) and get names from DP and FOP suggested.

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Trolligi 112477 wrote:They're neptune sized actually.
Seems like Jupiter could now be the largest planet within 10 light years...
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Post #24by Gurren Lagann » 20.07.2020, 18:33

It has been a while, but say hello to...
Kepler-1654!
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The host star
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The planet

This is an remake of an old addon I made back in 2018:
Sisyphus_Kepler1654b-2018vs2020.png

As you can see, I had significantly improved this system from before.

This addon requires Sirius_Alpha/TTarrants's exoplanet catalog! All other Project Sisyphus addons will soon be modified to require his catalog as well.

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Post #25by Gurren Lagann » 20.07.2020, 22:13

Closest star in 71 thousand years:
Ross 128
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The star

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The planet

This is my second remake of an old addon. This time, its the nearby Ross 128!
At just 11 light-years from Earth, it is the 12th closest known stellar system.

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Post #26by Gurren Lagann » 21.07.2020, 01:28

The one system where all orbital logic goes out of the window:
Upsilon Andromedae/Titawin
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System montage

The final system remake, this new version is completely different from 2018's version.

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Post #27by Gurren Lagann » 21.07.2020, 20:31

One of the rare chthonian planet systems:
Kepler-1520
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The star and the planet's debris tail

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The planet

One of the very few systems known with chthonian rocky planets, Kepler-1520 will surely surprise you, with an debris tail made out of sprites, coming out of an rocky planet that has its days counted.
Thanks to LukeCEL for his sprite tail!

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Post #28by TheLostProbe » 23.07.2020, 01:42

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Post #29by Pluto » 27.11.2020, 21:45

WIP I am doing WASP-12 AB (WASP-12B the doomed gas giant)!

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Post #30by Pluto » 29.11.2020, 06:59

I am using Kepler-1520 as a base, only modifying it to the WASP-12 system.

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Post #31by Gurren Lagann » 22.04.2021, 22:59

The first directly imaged protoplanetary system:
PDS 70
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Image montage of the system

Jeez, this one took seemingly forever! Since i dont really know how to describe such a complex system in few words, i will do Wikipedia to do the work:
The star has a protoplanetary disk containing two nascent exoplanets, named PDS 70b and PDS 70c, which have been directly imaged by the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope.
Special thanks to Luke and Cham for the sprites and disks!

Sources used:
Sirius_Alpha's exoplanet catalog - General info about the system
Catalog of Circumstellar Disks (by NASA/JPL) - Outer edge of PDS 70's outer disk
Differences in the gas and dust distribution in the transitional disk of a sun-like young star, PDS 70 (by Long et al. 2018) - Parameters about PDS 70's disks
Highly structured disk around the planet host PDS 70 revealed by high-angular resolution observations with ALMA (by Keppler et al. 2019) - Parameters about PDS 70's disks
MIRACLES: atmospheric characterization of directly imaged planets and substellar companions at 4-5 μm. II. Constraints on the mass and radius of the enshrouded planet PDS 70 b (by Stolker et al. 2020) - Inner edge of PDS 70 b's circumplanetary disk
Constraining the Nature of the PDS 70 Protoplanets with VLTI/GRAVITY (by Wang et al. 2021) - Parameters about the circumplanetary disks of PDS 70 b and c

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Post #32by Trolligi 112477 » 07.05.2021, 15:29

and of course I'm going to join lol

I present to you:
Kepler-441

This system contains two planets (one of which is unconfirmed). One of them is actually a rare cool terrestrial world.

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Kepler-441 b, a massive super-earth-sized water world kept warm by an atmosphere over 10.5 times thicker than Earth's. If it had no atmosphere, it would be 130°C colder than it is.

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Kepler-441 c, Kepler-441 b's smaller, warmer and unconfirmed cousin. It orbits Kepler-441 in only 4.5 days, and so it's much hotter.

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Post #33by Trolligi 112477 » 07.05.2021, 16:46

OGLE-2016-BLG-1195L

This system is comprised of an extremely low-mass star just above the red dwarf-brown dwarf limit, orbited by an earth-mass exoplanet at over an AU away. Temperatures are obviously going to be very low on this planet. (They are around -246°C)

OGLE-2016-BLG-1195L was discovered through microlensing.

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The frozen Earth-mass planet next to its small red dwarf star. OGLE-2016-BLG-1195L has just 0.078 Solar Masses, just enough to start nuclear fusion, and is just above the 0.075 Solar Mass threshold for nuclear fusion.

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Post #34by SevenSpheres » 07.05.2021, 16:53

Kepler-119
Random Kepler system I made a while back, which was posted in the pictures thread. This is one of the few known systems with an inner gaseous planet and an outer terrestrial planet. Mesh included if you want to use it.

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Of course, TRAPPIST-1, Kepler-1649, 55 Cancri, LHS 1140, and many exoplanets within 10 parsecs can be found in my addon thread.
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Post #35by Trolligi 112477 » 08.05.2021, 09:51

TOI-709

This is a system containing a very hot blue subdwarf orbited by an unconfirmed neptune-sized exoplanet. The planet orbits the star every 32 days.

This system was identified just over 7 months ago.

The planet and the star, to scale.
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Post #36by cubicApoc » 08.05.2021, 16:25

Kepler-442
Kepler-442 b is a potentially superhabitable world orbiting a main sequence K-class star. I've littered it with the ruins of at least one long-dead civilization.

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Post #37by Gurren Lagann » 26 minutes ago

Four planets in a soup:
V342 Pegasi
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Image montage of the system, commonly known as HR 8799


And this one took even longer... I already have one prepared for tomorrow, but for now, we have a notable 4-planet young system in stock!
Special thanks to Luke and Cham for the sprites and disks!

[Some of the] Sources used:
Sirius_Alpha's exoplanet catalog - General info about the system
Catalog of Circumstellar Disks (by NASA/JPL) - Outer edge of HR 8799's main disk
I'm doing the paper-hunting later...

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Post #38by Eric Nelson » 20 minutes ago

Congrats for making it. Definitely recommended.


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