Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii

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Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii

Post #1by kristoffer » 29.02.2012, 00:51

The Orina Alvera system has got a new name


Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii A:
AbsMag= 5.15
SpectralType= G2v
Distance: 1046 LY

Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii B:
AbsMag= 5.6
SpectralType= M2v
Distance to host star: 31600 AU

Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii C:
AbsMag= 4.30
SpectralType= A0v
Distance to host star: 18.39 Light years

I am currently making the new Orina Alvera system with the new name Boliverius Alvera Sagittari

It will be a little different

Number of objects is not confirmed yet


Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii A:
Asteroids: 30
Comets: 7
Planets: 7(Ragnarok, 2012 AP20, Dyaus Pita, Polyphana, Vertilu, Vulcania and Amphitrite)
Dwarfplanets: 21
Total of objects to explore(unfinished): 65(30 asteroids, 7 comets, 7 planets and 21 dwarfplanets)
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Re: Orina Alvera(NEW)

Post #2by PlutonianEmpire » 29.02.2012, 02:20

For the love of crying out loud, will you PLEASE replace the first word in the name of the system with a new one?! People have repeatedly stated it is highly inappropriate in non-English languages.
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Post #3by Fenerit » 29.02.2012, 02:27

:lol:
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Re: Orina Alvera(NEW)

Post #4by kristoffer » 29.02.2012, 22:34

PlutonianEmpire wrote:For the love of crying out loud, will you PLEASE replace the first word in the name of the system with a new one?! People have repeatedly stated it is highly inappropriate in non-English languages.

What you want me to change it too?
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Re: Orina Alvera(NEW)

Post #5by PlutonianEmpire » 01.03.2012, 00:09

kristoffer wrote:
PlutonianEmpire wrote:For the love of crying out loud, will you PLEASE replace the first word in the name of the system with a new one?! People have repeatedly stated it is highly inappropriate in non-English languages.

What you want me to change it too?
That is up to you. You can use whatever name your imagination can come up with, as long as it is not offensive to some people. To find out, type it in in google, that usually works. :)
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Re: Orina Alvera(NEW)

Post #6by kristoffer » 01.03.2012, 00:22

PlutonianEmpire wrote:
kristoffer wrote:
PlutonianEmpire wrote:For the love of crying out loud, will you PLEASE replace the first word in the name of the system with a new one?! People have repeatedly stated it is highly inappropriate in non-English languages.

What you want me to change it too?
That is up to you. You can use whatever name your imagination can come up with, as long as it is not offensive to some people. To find out, type it in in google, that usually works. :)


What about this name: Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii?

Since this is located in the constellation Sagittarius
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Post #7by PlutonianEmpire » 01.03.2012, 01:44

Sounds legit to me. :)

Question for the other posters here: What do you guys think? :)
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Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittari

Post #8by kristoffer » 01.03.2012, 13:34

Here is the companion star to Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii A

This star is younger

"Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii B"
{
OrbitBarycenter "Boliverius Alvera Sagittarii A"
SpectralType "M0"
AbsMag 5.60
EllipticalOrbit
{
Period 79.914
SemiMajorAxis 20
}
}
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Post #9by Cambapo » 02.03.2012, 02:00

I like the fact that you changed the name. Ie, now it doesn't mean "urine".

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Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittari

Post #10by kristoffer » 04.03.2012, 00:22

This planetary system is going to be very unique than any other.

The story of beginning starting as usual but later it doesn't evolve as normal
The planets evolving, but the nebula that's around it, still exists
That's what is unique than any other planetary systems

And I alone have got that idea
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Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittari

Post #11by kristoffer » 04.03.2012, 21:23

I am creating a dwarfplanet belt from the distance ~25 AU(and longer)


The names of these dwarfplanets is not confirmed, but you are free to name them

I you want to name some of them, you can reply on this topic



Here's the unconfirmed names:
2011 GH01
2011 GH02
2011 GH03
2011 GH04
2011 GH05

and longer to at maybe between 20-30 dwarfplanets

The size of them is +100 km






Regards
Kristoffer from Norway





And note that my first post will be updated. The number of planets and etc.....
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Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittari

Post #12by kristoffer » 05.03.2012, 13:05

More planets:


Polyphana:
Moons: No
Rings: No
Diameter: 166000 km
Type: Gas giant
Distance from it's star: 3.5 AU
Temperature: 126 K(-147 ?C)

Vulcania:
Moons: 6
Diameter: 5000 km
Type: Terrestrial
Habitable: No
Distance from it's star: 0.14 AU
Temperature: 623 K(350 ?C)
Info: Extreme heat, volcanic
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Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittari

Post #13by kristoffer » 05.03.2012, 18:57

The story of Dyaus Pita(old name of the planet was Golivani):

A little short story:

Dyaus Pita is an Earth-like planet where a civilization one time lived before. They moved away from that planet, cause of environmental collapse. The temperature rising, storms getting stronger. The wind on that planet reaching at least 600 km/h. It's not even possible to live there
About maybe some 1000 years, the face of that planet Dyaus Pita will be a lot different than it is.
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Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittari

Post #14by kristoffer » 09.03.2012, 20:12

Can somebody explain me why I can't create more than 10 dwarf-planets?
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Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittari

Post #15by selden » 09.03.2012, 21:59

kristoffer wrote:Can somebody explain me why I can't create more than 10 dwarf-planets?

I have not the slightest idea. I don't know of any limitation in Celestia.

Exactly what are the symptoms?
Have you looked in Celestia's console log to see if there are any error messages?
Type a tilde (~) to see it, use the arrow keys to navigate up and down in it.

One possibility is a typo in your SSC file which causes everything after it to be ignored.
You might attach a zip file containing your SSC for someone to look at. (Copying and pasting into a post will change an SSC's formatting somewhat, perhaps removing the bug.)
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Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittari

Post #16by kristoffer » 09.03.2012, 22:07

selden wrote:
kristoffer wrote:Can somebody explain me why I can't create more than 10 dwarf-planets?

I have not the slightest idea. I don't know of any limitation in Celestia.

Exactly what are the symptoms?
Have you looked in Celestia's console log to see if there are any error messages?
Type a tilde (~) to see it, use the arrow keys to navigate up and down in it.

One possibility is a typo in your SSC file which causes everything after it to be ignored.
You might attach a zip file containing your SSC for someone to look at. (Copying and pasting into a post will change an SSC's formatting somewhat, perhaps removing the bug.)


It is working now. I don't exactly know what it was
I have 2 ssc files of the dwarfplanets

When it was 10 inside the first one, I moved one dwarf-planet from the 2nd ssc file to the 1st one, then all dwarf-planets showed up when I started Celestia
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Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittari

Post #17by kristoffer » 09.03.2012, 22:55

Ok, you will experience something really new in this solar system. You will experience a dwarf-planet collision.

the dwarf-planets names are 2011 GH14 and 2011 GH15. After 1st of january 2000, 2011 GH14 was set on a collision course with 2011 GH15 that will happen 26th of march 3447


That's some of the feautures you will experience in this add-on :D


In January 2000 these 2 objects made a very close approach and 2011 GH14 effected on that
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Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittari

Post #18by kristoffer » 18.03.2012, 13:54

Here's the pictures of some of the planets
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Re: Boliverius Alvera Sagittari

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