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Does anyone know when data for these will be available?
Posted: 17.07.2018, 16:53
Stumbled across this, curious, and could use for a current project.https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/jul/17/a ... -12-new-moons-orbiting-jupiter
Hoping someone knows more than I do.
Posted: 17.07.2018, 17:18
As soon orbits are available, I will definitely add new moons in "Celestia Origin". Jupiter rules! Woo hoo!
Posted: 17.07.2018, 17:24
Good to know.
When you get them, can you also make a version of them as a standalone add-on.
I wish to add them to the next version of my solar system tour DVD.
One of the things I am working on for it to list the discovery date of each moon in its comments so it will show when the moon is highlighted/shown off.
The few people who have given feedback liked it, so I am continuing to work on it.
Keeping it's content up to date seems relevant.
Thanks in advance.
Posted: 17.07.2018, 17:33
I found orbital data. I'll try to do everything in a few hours.
Posted: 17.07.2018, 18:40
Ready! + 10 Jovian moons.
Posted: 17.07.2018, 18:59
Thank you very much.
I had not thought response would be today.
I had simply hoped for the next few weeks.
I will be a few weeks getting everything redone on my tour DVD.
Changing the number of moons affects the rhythm of Jupiter, which effects the matching music.
I have also been playing with different music selections anyway, this just makes more options.
Do you want me to let you know when I Have updated it?
Posted: 17.07.2018, 19:02
Janus wrote:Do you want me to let you know when I Have updated it?
Not necessary. In any case, I was glad to help you.