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Trolligi's other addons

Post #1by Trolligi 112477 » 27.07.2020, 12:22

This page documents all my other addons, which will be for real-life objects.

So far I have made:
WR 2, a very evolved, small and hot Wolf-Rayet star, with a temperature of 141000 K. (Celestia reads it as 50000 K because it doesn't know about hot WR stars)
Also WR 2.png


Cha 110913-773444, a free-floating planetary mass object, likely a sub-brown-dwarf. It has a protoplanetary disk.
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why do I love wolf-rayet stars so much lol

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Post #2by TheLostProbe » 27.07.2020, 23:24

noice
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Post #3by The Minmus Derp » 28.07.2020, 14:29

the Cha 110913-773444 disk looks beautiful! Could you consider perhaps adding the Chamaeleon complex nebula around the planets? I hear that there are multiple sub-brown dwarfs nearby.

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Post #4by Trolligi 112477 » 30.07.2020, 07:59

Okey
why do I love wolf-rayet stars so much lol

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Post #5by Trolligi 112477 » 28.08.2020, 08:15

arrgh :sad:

Imma make ChaHa8, Apep and 1E 161348-5055 next.
why do I love wolf-rayet stars so much lol

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Post #6by Trolligi 112477 » 17.11.2020, 20:35

uhm
well

Added after 55 seconds:
I made other stuff, I guess
why do I love wolf-rayet stars so much lol

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More WRs

Post #7by Trolligi 112477 » 18.11.2020, 21:29

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I've made 3 more wolf-rayet stars (Because I'm obsessed with em rn)
They are WR 1, WR 3 and WR 93b. WR 1 and WR 3 are hydrogen-free WN stars, while WR 93b is a WO star. Their temperatures are 112200, 89100 and 160000 Kelvins respectively.

Note: I have also made a new version of WR 2, it is much bluer, although if you're a realism kind of guy you might prefer the old version.
WR 1

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note: I used a ton of artistic license
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Post #8by Trolligi 112477 » 29.11.2020, 10:35

oh also, I made up WR 93b's absmag based on WR 142's absmag (when it was thought that WR 142 was half its actual size)
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Post #9by Trolligi 112477 » 29.03.2021, 10:45

BAT99-72, a binary between a Wolf-Rayet star and an O star.

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Post #10by trappistplanets » 29.03.2021, 11:34

when that wolf rayet dies, what would happen to the O star

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Post #11by Trolligi 112477 » 29.03.2021, 12:18

what do you think
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WRs addon, v2

Post #12by Trolligi 112477 » 06.04.2021, 16:24

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My second version of the Galactic Wolf-Rayet stars addon. Adds WR 5, WR 6, WR 36, WR 37, WR 48a A, WR 48a B, WR 102, WR 103, WR 110, WR 124-22, WR 152 and WR 154. Gamma Velorum is edited, so it's actually a binary. WR 1, WR 2, WR 3 and WR 93b are all in this version, and the Galactic WR addon will not be cumulative.

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WR 2, WR 102 and WR 93b
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Post #13by Trolligi 112477 » 07.05.2021, 13:00

I created this small addon, and I only used 2 hours for it lol. It adds the planetary nebula NGC 4361 (using 4 of Luke's nebula models), along with its central star, which is notable for being incredibly hot (270,000 K). I hope you enjoy this addon. lol

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this was not just an addon, but also a speedrun

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Post #14by Trolligi 112477 » 13.05.2021, 23:16

This .stc file (contained in the .zip file) adds 10 WC stars (with parameters, of course) to the Large Magellanic Cloud. 7 of them are WC4 stars (one being in a binary) and 3 of them are WC5s.

As I find more and more science papers, expect an update to this soon.

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Post #15by Trolligi 112477 » 18.05.2021, 23:11

This is my third version of the Galactic Wolf-Rayet stars addon. It adds many new stars, which are WR 8, WR 9 A, WR 9 B, WR 10, WR 12, WR 13, WR 14, WR 15, WR 16, WR 17, WR 18, WR 19 A, WR 19 B, WR 46, WR 58, WR 104 A, WR 104 B, WR 119, WR 121-16, WR 124, WR 128, WR 129, WR 142 and WR 144. It's just a .stc file this time, located inside the .zip file.

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Post #16by Trolligi 112477 » 02.06.2021, 08:15

Alright, now I finally have the statistics to make the Apep system. The stars are done (with separate textures), now I need to figure out how to make this nebula.
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Post #17by trappistplanets » 02.06.2021, 10:46

Trolligi 112477 wrote:Alright, now I finally have the statistics to make the Apep system. The stars are done (with separate textures), now I need to figure out how to make this nebula.
for nebulas, talk to Luke

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Apep

Post #18by Trolligi 112477 » 02.06.2021, 20:17

Finally, after over 9 months, I made an addon for Apep. It's a trinary system composed of a central Wolf-Rayet star binary (WC7d+WN4b), orbited by an outer B type supergiant. Well, actually the WR binary technically orbits the B supergiant, considering that the two WRs combined are almost certainly less massive than the blue supergiant.

One of the central WRs (the WC component) rotates very rapidly and produces a lot of dust as it interacts with its WN companion.

The 3 stars created this very intricate and complex pinwheel nebula around them. It's really cool. I just used a billboard to represent it

Apep from a distance
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OAO 1657-415

Post #19by Trolligi 112477 » 04.06.2021, 08:39

This is OAO 1657-415, a high-mass X-ray binary between a neutron star of 1.42 solar masses and an Ofpe/WN9 star of 14.3 solar masses. It is located over 23,000 light years away in the constellation of Scorpius.

This addon took no time to make, lol.

OAO 1657-415
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Post #20by trappistplanets » 04.06.2021, 12:01

what even is a high-mass X-ray binary?
what makes it different from a ordinary binary system that has 2 high mass stars?


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