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Post #1by Daly » 31.08.2020, 17:00

https://danielmarin.naukas.com/2015/01/26/los-anillos-gigantes-del-mundo-j1407b/

I started to create exo moons and I came across this planet, I believe it and I realized that the ring disappears with distance, I make this post to be able to discuss the subject
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Post #2by SevenSpheres » 31.08.2020, 17:55

Daly wrote:[...]the ring disappears with distance[...]

Celestia Origin solves this problem by defining the rings around a separate, invisible (Mesh "") object, with a radius equal to the outer radius of the rings. Here's the code used:

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"b:1SWASP J140747.93-394542.6 b" "1SWASP J140747.93-394542.6"
{
   Class   "planet"
   Texture   "j1407_b.dds"
   NormalMap   "j1407_b-normal.*"
   Radius   66257
   Oblateness   0.065
   Atmosphere
   {
      Height   600
      Lower   [ 0.2 0.5 0.6 ]
      Upper   [ 0.1 0.9 0.6 ]
      Sky   [ 0.8 0.5 0.6 ]
      Sunset   [ 0.9 0.3 0.8 ]
   }
   EllipticalOrbit
   {
      Epoch   2454220
      Period   10.198494
      SemiMajorAxis   3.9
      Inclination   109.726
      AscendingNode   214.206
      ArgOfPericenter   63.16
      MeanAnomaly   90
   }
   Rings
   {
      Inner   480000
      Outer   90000000
      Texture   "j1407_b-rings.png"
   }
   UniformRotation
   {
      Period   10
      Inclination   109.726
      AscendingNode   214.206
   }
   LunarLambert   0.5
   InfoURL   "http://arxiv.org/abs/1410.6577"
}

" " "1SWASP J140747.93-394542.6"  # Кольца, видимые с большого расстояния
{
   Class   "diffuse"
   Mesh   ""
   Emissive   true
   Radius   90000000
   EllipticalOrbit
   {
      Epoch   2454220
      Period   10.198494
      SemiMajorAxis   3.9
      Inclination   109.726
      AscendingNode   214.206
      ArgOfPericenter   63.16
      MeanAnomaly   90
   }
   Rings
   {
      Inner   480000
      Outer   90000000
      Texture   "j1407_b-rings.png"
   }
   UniformRotation
   {
      Inclination   109.726
      AscendingNode   214.206
   }
   Albedo   0
}
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Post #3by Daly » 31.08.2020, 19:23

Thank you very much, tilt the planet to give it the same effect. I will complement it and upload it, if you want, modify it.
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Post #4by Gurren Lagann » 31.08.2020, 19:29

I'm not sure if 1SWASP J1407b actually has red-white rings, but its 400 ly away, so i cant say for certain.
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Post #5by Daly » 31.08.2020, 19:40

The color of the rings is not known, but if how much luminosity falls when passing its star with the rings, the rest will be fictitious but this is this image of spece enginer, also it is not known if it is a quasi-star or a supersaturn and if you have a mass of 20 jupiter you could easily have a barycenter far from your stars
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Post #6by Gurren Lagann » 31.08.2020, 20:22

You mean "brown dwarf", not "quasi-star". Those are two completely separate categories.
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Post #7by Daly » 31.08.2020, 21:30

from there I make the textures moons.
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Post #8by DrJMOS » 01.09.2020, 05:17

Hi Daly, I've modified ring texture adding a transparent layer and diffuse the edges of ring texture

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New texture here

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Post #9by SpaceStalker » 30.10.2020, 17:21

Why the code file for planet is .stc? I think it must be .ssc.

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Post #10by Gurren Lagann » 30.10.2020, 18:00

J1407b has a chance to be a brown dwarf though.
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Post #11by SpaceStalker » 02.11.2020, 06:22

It probably is a brown dwarf. But such small brown dwarfs look like gas giants, because their nuclear synthesis is wery weak.

This body is young, so it's temperature is caused neither nuclear synthesis, nor star radiation. It hasn't just cooled down yet.

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Post #12by Trolligi 112477 » 08.06.2021, 21:30

Daly, one of your assets (the night texture) originates from CelWP and was made by me on the 29th of may last year. (For the brown dwarf Auwei) Please change it, it's on wikipedia now. lol
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