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« Reply #150 on: December 10, 2017, 04:09:11 PM »
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« Reply #151 on: December 10, 2017, 04:10:39 PM »
Life Planet is an edited version of Tonitu

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« Reply #152 on: December 10, 2017, 04:32:22 PM »
 :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
The 1SWAPS J1407 System, the one that holds J1407b, Dubbed Super Saturn, the one with the rings 200X Saturn's look here!







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« Reply #153 on: December 10, 2017, 06:03:16 PM »
LAG WARNING!!!!!!!!! :o :o :o :o :o

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« Reply #154 on: December 11, 2017, 07:05:49 AM »
Holy Lord this took so long to make

Restner Open Cluster



The Restner Open Cluster is a really compact, open cluster consisting of 60 stars all orbiting one another within a space of just 10.2 light years across. The cluster itself 32 million years old. Most of these stars are given name by myself, while some are randomly generated, and as you can see, I'm terrible at naming things. Some of these stars have planets in them, 38 total, discover them by yourself...!

I suggest that, unless you have a really beefy computer, you DO NOT zoom in really closely to any of these planets, it will cause really huge lags.

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« Reply #155 on: December 12, 2017, 04:36:24 PM »
look at my rainbow system

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« Reply #156 on: December 12, 2017, 04:37:05 PM »
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« Reply #157 on: December 13, 2017, 05:28:43 AM »
Arjuna System



The Arjuna System is a binary star system located around 99 light years away from Earth in the constellation Orion, orbited by 6 planets, with one being habitable. The system is just over 1 billion years old. It was discovered by three amateur Indonesian astronomers through the Planet Hunters project in 2043. It was originally designated as Kepler-1497 and PH4, though the three astronomers and the Indonesian Space Agency agreed to name it "Arjuna", along with its planets

Arjuna A
Arjuna A is the largest star. It is a A-type, main-sequence star 1.8x more massive than Sol, and 25x brighter.

Arjuna B
Arjuna B is Arjuna A's smaller companion. It is a G-type main-sequence star, 0.9x the mass of Sol, only 50% as bright as Sol, and less than 2% as bright as Arjuna A

The Planets

1. Lahar, the closest planet to the star. The planet is a tad bit more massive than Earth, but smaller than Earth. Lahar's surface temperature is 259°C. It has a yellowish surface, possibly due to the rusting iron and dust mixed with a lot of sulfur.

2. Tamasir, a planet slightly less massive than Earth, at 79x the mass of the Moon. The surface is distinctly blue with some whites, especially on high elevation. The surface temperature is 131°

3. Ijen, a planet 1.43x more massive than Earth. It was named "Ijen" after the Ijen volcano in Banyuwangi. It was named that way because of the planet's thick atmopsphere which comprised of nitrogen and sulfurs, and the constant volcanic eruptions. Some eruptions can become so bright it can be seen from space. The planet has one moon :

- Ijen I, 2.72x the mass of Earth's Moon. It has a yellowish-orange surface, with occasional volcanic eruptions. It has an unusually eccentric orbit, at 0.7.

4. Krakatoa, a super-earth nearly 3x more massive than Earth. It was named "Krakatoa" because of its volcanoes, which is scattered all over the place, and erupts at a daily basis. As a whole, the planet is a large desert with large oceans. Krakatoa has a single moon :

- Krakatoa I, 1.12x more massive than Earth's Moon. Its surface is covered by a strange greenish-blue substance

5. Borneo, a super-earth 2.8x the mass of Earth. It was named "Borneo" due to its tropical rainforest, diverse ecosystem (both on land and water), and a surface temperature of 16°C, gaining the nickname "Earth II". It has two moons :

- Borneo I, slightly smaller than Earth's Moon, at 0.7x. The surface temperature is 16°C, but no life has been found on its surface.
- Borneo II, a moon similar to Earth's Moon in terms of mass. It is slightly colder, at 10°C, but frozen waters can be found on its craters, especially around the poles.

6. Kapitan, the outermost planet in the system, and the largest, at 0.667x the mass of Jupiter. Despite being less massive than Jupiter, its diameter is a lot larger than Jupiter, at 240,586 km, compared to Jupiter at 139,822 km. It has 4 small, asteroid moons and 5 large ones :

- Kapitan V, 1.68x the mass of Earth's Moon. It is mostly comprised of water, and due to its distance, and lack of atmosphere, it exists in a solid form. However, geothermal activities down underneath the hundreds of miles of ice could allow liquid water to exist, possibly harboring life, similar to Jupiter's Europa
- Kapitan VI, a moon slightly larger than Earth's Moon. It has a really thick atmopshere which is made up of mostly carbon dioxide and ammonia. The surface temperature is 70°C
- Kapitan VII, 1.3x the mass of Earth's Moon. Like Tamasir, it has a distinct blue surface made up of unknown substances
- Kapitan VIII, 1.7x the mass of Earth's Moon. Like Kapitan V, it is covered in frozen water, with liquid water deep beneath thanks to geothermal activities
- Kapitan IX,  1.4x the mass of Earth's Moon. It has a really thick atmosphere just like Kapitan VI, only this time it's made up of nitrogen and oxygen, along with a surface temperature of 10.1°C. However, no water has been found on its surface

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Re: Share your creations!
« Reply #158 on: December 20, 2017, 09:02:20 AM »
C++ is the best programming language

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Re: Share Your Creations! [merged from temporary thread]
« Reply #159 on: December 21, 2017, 07:56:39 AM »
If I screw up this thread too, maybe we’ll at least learn something. I’ll zip the .PNG this time. So, let's try this again… 

I've been working on a Firefly system. It's almost done. I included a couple documents that explain what I did and why, and a diagram of the system to help visualize its structure. I still plan to add documentation to the diagram to explain it all, and the system itself is running in Universe Sandbox² to verify a certain level of stability, but if I wait until it’s all complete, I’ll never post anything. This should be really cool to Firefly fans, and to everyone else… well, tell me what you think.
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Re: Share Your Creations! [merged from temporary thread]
« Reply #160 on: December 21, 2017, 08:59:17 AM »
Planet with climate and cities. This planet called Terra is a planet colder than Earth but is highly similar. It has climate and cities because I modified the files. Yes I gave Climate to a random planet. LET THERE BE LIFE

the file goes into documents, universesandbox2, bodies and there you go, in your user objects will be terra
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Re: Share your creations!
« Reply #161 on: December 21, 2017, 11:28:34 AM »
how did you add the polar ice caps and cities?

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Re: Share your creations!
« Reply #162 on: December 21, 2017, 11:28:57 AM »
nvm

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Re: Share your creations!
« Reply #163 on: December 22, 2017, 12:10:30 AM »
Karlentrix System



This is the Karlentrix System, a 430 million year old system which comprised of a hot, B-type star orbited by 12 planets, a total of 83 moons, and 6 comets. Two of these planets are habitable, one is a water-world (Which rotates clockwise, and has two moons, one orbits clockwise and one orbits counterclockwise), and the other is an earth-like planet with forests, vegetation, and a diverse ecosystem.

(I'm currently too lazy to make a detailed description of this system)

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Re: Share your creations!
« Reply #164 on: December 22, 2017, 03:39:32 AM »
Karlentrix System



This is the Karlentrix System, a 430 million year old system which comprised of a hot, B-type star orbited by 12 planets, a total of 83 moons, and 6 comets. Two of these planets are habitable, one is a water-world (Which rotates clockwise, and has two moons, one orbits clockwise and one orbits counterclockwise), and the other is an earth-like planet with forests, vegetation, and a diverse ecosystem.

(I'm currently too lazy to make a detailed description of this system)

Um...any explanation on why the planets orbit in different directions? That is definitely not normal. They've actually made a big deal of a dwarf planet doing that here in our solar system because it's so bizarre, so...

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Re: Share your creations!
« Reply #165 on: December 22, 2017, 05:16:03 AM »
What do you mean? the planets all orbit in the same direction

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« Reply #166 on: December 22, 2017, 10:03:13 AM »
Are you talking about the moons of Howlakka?

Let me explain, Howlakka (The water-world planet I mentioned in the post) rotates in the opposite direction, much like Venus. Howlakka's inner moon, Arson, formed alongside Howlakka, and orbits in the same direction as Howlakka's spin. The outer moon, Entraver, is a captured moon, and orbits counterclockwise. So technically, Entraver is orbiting Howlakka just like any other moon in the system, but from Howlakka's point of view, it's doing a retrograde motion, a phenomenon known as "Apparent retrograde motion"

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« Reply #167 on: December 22, 2017, 01:54:30 PM »
Are you talking about the moons of Howlakka?

Let me explain, Howlakka (The water-world planet I mentioned in the post) rotates in the opposite direction, much like Venus. Howlakka's inner moon, Arson, formed alongside Howlakka, and orbits in the same direction as Howlakka's spin. The outer moon, Entraver, is a captured moon, and orbits counterclockwise. So technically, Entraver is orbiting Howlakka just like any other moon in the system, but from Howlakka's point of view, it's doing a retrograde motion, a phenomenon known as "Apparent retrograde motion"

Oh, okay, so its captured, like Triton, that makes sense.

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Re: Share your creations!
« Reply #168 on: December 23, 2017, 07:08:55 AM »
Strion P7H0


Inner System


Outer System


Here's my first contribution to this thread. This is the Strion P7H0 system, discovered in 2086 on one of the human race's many teraformed outposts in the galaxy. Located in the Strion nebula, this system boasts 14 planets (12 not counting Heblorix and Meuzuno, the dwarf planets). 7 rocky panets, 3 gas giants, 3 ice giants, and 1 Venusian planet.

Strion P7H0
The star holding the entire system together. It is 1.37 solar masses 4.43 luminosity (I would change it, but when I do, Strion P7H0 just shrinks into and disappears). Not much to say, really.

Jusceycury
The first planet of the Strion P7H0 system. Due to its close proximity to Strion P7H0, it is tidally locked, one face looking at Strion P7H0 all the time. It is also the smallest planet in the Strion P7H0 system, smaller than the dwarf planets. There is currently a debate on whether or not Jusceycury should be a planet, along with its 2 other neighbors, Saspoazuno and Wablum, due to how close to each other their orbits are. On the surface, there is a currently unknown material, giving off a blue color. The higher in latitude, the lighter it gets. No current explanation for this has been made yet. There is a theory that suggests Jusceycury, Saspoazuno, and Wablum are moons that were sent flying towards the inner system and somehow made stable orbits.

Saspoazuno
The second planet of the Strion P7H0 system, and it is also tidally locked. Its surface is a sickly green, with mostly flat terrain. Any terrain that isn't mostly flat are extreme mountains and canyons. As stated in the description of Jusceycury, it is being disputed whether or not Saspoazuno is actually a planet or not.

Wablum
The third planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is more massive than than Jusceycury and Saspoazuno combined. It is also tidally locked, and the last tidally locked planet. Its surface is orange and white with battle scars from earlier days, possibly when the gas giants of the system were moving around. As stated in the description of Jusceycury, it is being disputed whether or not Wablum is actually a planet or not.

Adgrade
The fourth planet of the Strion P7H0 system. Its smaller than Wablum, and its surface is very plain in color. However, what it lacks in color, it has in terrain. Vast mountain ranges scale the surface of Adgrade, and when there's no mountains there are craters or canyons. Adgrade's core is only 8.83% of its mass, with the other 91.2% made out of solid silicate. Whatever this planet has experienced in the past, it wasn't pretty. Adgrade has one tiny moon, possibly formed by a collision, as it orbits by Adgrade's axis. It orbits Adgrade in 2.15 days.

Luenus
The fifth planet of the Strion P7H0 system. Its surface is also covered in a similar material to what is on Jueceycury's surface. It is a little bit more massive than the Earth, at 1.06 Earth masses. It has two asteroid moons orbiting in irregular orbits, suggesting they were either captured or fragments of a collision.

Chaamia
The sixth planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is a planet very similiar to Venus, as it has a thick atmosphere made up of carbon dioxide. It is a little bit in the habitable zone (going by the luminosity Strion P7H0 is SUPPOSED to be, 4.43), suggesting it was, like Venus, habitable. It was most likely shoved in by the nearest gas giant, Thuzavis, mirgrating in. Because of rising tempatures from being pushed in, all water on Chaamia's surface evaporated. It has one small moon that orbits in a very quick 1.10 days.

Thuzavis
The first gas giant and seventh planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is 0.625 times the mass of Jupiter, or 199 times more massive than Earth. Due to the biggest gas giant, Qaothea, Thuzavis migrated inwards with Frade, another gas giant. Thuzavis's gravity possibly threw Chaamia, the Venusian planet, more inwards. When migrating, Thuzavis most likely lost a majority of its regular moons, some theorizing that the 3 most inner planets are in-fact moons that escaped from either Thuzavis or Frade.

Frade
The eighth planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is a gas giant with the mass 0.507 times Jupiter's mass, or 161 times more massive than Earth. Frade only has 1  regular moon, the others being round moons that were most likely captured or just asteroids. Frade marks the start of the asteroid belt of this system.

Vapliyruta
The ninth planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is a ice giant (a smaller gas giant with more water) with a mass of 0.0396 times Jupiter's mass, or 12.6 times more massive than Earth. Vapliyruta marks the end of the asteroid belt. It has 4 regular moons and some captured asteroids (not simulated).

Qaothea
The tenth and biggest planet in the Strion P7H0 system. It is a gas giant 5.28 times more massvive than Jupiter. It is so big, Strion P7H0 orbits this giant. Early in the system's lifetime, Qoathea was responsible for many a planet's orbits shifting, sending some gas giants inward or outward, causing choas through the whole system. Qaothea has 7 moons 1 one shepard moon. It has rings mae out of silicite. Qaothea's natural color is similiar to that of Saturn, however, due to Strion P7H0's blue color, it is blue to the human eye.

Cascaynov
The eleventh planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is a ice giant with a mass 0.0264 times that of Jupiter, or 8.38 times more massive than Earth. It currently has 3 moons, however, in the past, Cascaynov has had a reputation for unstable moons orbits, and it is not guaranteed it's current moons will survive. Cascaynov's own orbit is highly elliptical, most likely because it is the closest to Qaothea.

Heblorix
The twelfth planet and first dwarf planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is so far away from Strion P7H0 that any surface features, to the human eye, are black. Heblorix has no moons, however, it might be an escaped moon itself.

Ostrilla
The thirteenth planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is a gas giant with a mass 0.0182 times that of Jupiter, or 5.79 times more massive than Earth. Ostrilla was most likely formed closer in, but Qaothea most likely threw it far out, along with the asteroids of the second asteroid belt, as it marks the start. It has 3 moons, and probably had more before then. Now, Ostrilla barely gets any light from it's parent star.

Meuzuno
The last planet and 2nd dwarf planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is located near the end of the second asteroid belt, taking 334 years just to orbit Strion P7H0. It has 1 small moon and 1 asteroid moon. It could of possibly been a moon itself at one point, being sent flying towards the outer reaches of the Strion P7H0 system, where it is almost impossible to see it's surface features.

Thanks for bothering to read all that. This system was first generated in Stargen, edited a bit, and had moons and asteroid belts added. Suggestions will be welcome as this is my first public system.

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« Reply #169 on: December 23, 2017, 07:25:07 PM »
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« Reply #170 on: December 23, 2017, 07:27:55 PM »

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« Reply #173 on: December 23, 2017, 07:30:13 PM »
Okay I'll stop now this is just so cool! :) :) :)

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« Reply #174 on: December 23, 2017, 08:42:46 PM »
Strion P7H0


Inner System


Outer System


Here's my first contribution to this thread. This is the Strion P7H0 system, discovered in 2086 on one of the human race's many teraformed outposts in the galaxy. Located in the Strion nebula, this system boasts 14 planets (12 not counting Heblorix and Meuzuno, the dwarf planets). 7 rocky panets, 3 gas giants, 3 ice giants, and 1 Venusian planet.

Strion P7H0
The star holding the entire system together. It is 1.37 solar masses 4.43 luminosity (I would change it, but when I do, Strion P7H0 just shrinks into and disappears). Not much to say, really.

Jusceycury
The first planet of the Strion P7H0 system. Due to its close proximity to Strion P7H0, it is tidally locked, one face looking at Strion P7H0 all the time. It is also the smallest planet in the Strion P7H0 system, smaller than the dwarf planets. There is currently a debate on whether or not Jusceycury should be a planet, along with its 2 other neighbors, Saspoazuno and Wablum, due to how close to each other their orbits are. On the surface, there is a currently unknown material, giving off a blue color. The higher in latitude, the lighter it gets. No current explanation for this has been made yet. There is a theory that suggests Jusceycury, Saspoazuno, and Wablum are moons that were sent flying towards the inner system and somehow made stable orbits.

Saspoazuno
The second planet of the Strion P7H0 system, and it is also tidally locked. Its surface is a sickly green, with mostly flat terrain. Any terrain that isn't mostly flat are extreme mountains and canyons. As stated in the description of Jusceycury, it is being disputed whether or not Saspoazuno is actually a planet or not.

Wablum
The third planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is more massive than than Jusceycury and Saspoazuno combined. It is also tidally locked, and the last tidally locked planet. Its surface is orange and white with battle scars from earlier days, possibly when the gas giants of the system were moving around. As stated in the description of Jusceycury, it is being disputed whether or not Wablum is actually a planet or not.

Adgrade
The fourth planet of the Strion P7H0 system. Its smaller than Wablum, and its surface is very plain in color. However, what it lacks in color, it has in terrain. Vast mountain ranges scale the surface of Adgrade, and when there's no mountains there are craters or canyons. Adgrade's core is only 8.83% of its mass, with the other 91.2% made out of solid silicate. Whatever this planet has experienced in the past, it wasn't pretty. Adgrade has one tiny moon, possibly formed by a collision, as it orbits by Adgrade's axis. It orbits Adgrade in 2.15 days.

Luenus
The fifth planet of the Strion P7H0 system. Its surface is also covered in a similar material to what is on Jueceycury's surface. It is a little bit more massive than the Earth, at 1.06 Earth masses. It has two asteroid moons orbiting in irregular orbits, suggesting they were either captured or fragments of a collision.

Chaamia
The sixth planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is a planet very similiar to Venus, as it has a thick atmosphere made up of carbon dioxide. It is a little bit in the habitable zone (going by the luminosity Strion P7H0 is SUPPOSED to be, 4.43), suggesting it was, like Venus, habitable. It was most likely shoved in by the nearest gas giant, Thuzavis, mirgrating in. Because of rising tempatures from being pushed in, all water on Chaamia's surface evaporated. It has one small moon that orbits in a very quick 1.10 days.

Thuzavis
The first gas giant and seventh planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is 0.625 times the mass of Jupiter, or 199 times more massive than Earth. Due to the biggest gas giant, Qaothea, Thuzavis migrated inwards with Frade, another gas giant. Thuzavis's gravity possibly threw Chaamia, the Venusian planet, more inwards. When migrating, Thuzavis most likely lost a majority of its regular moons, some theorizing that the 3 most inner planets are in-fact moons that escaped from either Thuzavis or Frade.

Frade
The eighth planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is a gas giant with the mass 0.507 times Jupiter's mass, or 161 times more massive than Earth. Frade only has 1  regular moon, the others being round moons that were most likely captured or just asteroids. Frade marks the start of the asteroid belt of this system.

Vapliyruta
The ninth planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is a ice giant (a smaller gas giant with more water) with a mass of 0.0396 times Jupiter's mass, or 12.6 times more massive than Earth. Vapliyruta marks the end of the asteroid belt. It has 4 regular moons and some captured asteroids (not simulated).

Qaothea
The tenth and biggest planet in the Strion P7H0 system. It is a gas giant 5.28 times more massvive than Jupiter. It is so big, Strion P7H0 orbits this giant. Early in the system's lifetime, Qoathea was responsible for many a planet's orbits shifting, sending some gas giants inward or outward, causing choas through the whole system. Qaothea has 7 moons 1 one shepard moon. It has rings mae out of silicite. Qaothea's natural color is similiar to that of Saturn, however, due to Strion P7H0's blue color, it is blue to the human eye.

Cascaynov
The eleventh planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is a ice giant with a mass 0.0264 times that of Jupiter, or 8.38 times more massive than Earth. It currently has 3 moons, however, in the past, Cascaynov has had a reputation for unstable moons orbits, and it is not guaranteed it's current moons will survive. Cascaynov's own orbit is highly elliptical, most likely because it is the closest to Qaothea.

Heblorix
The twelfth planet and first dwarf planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is so far away from Strion P7H0 that any surface features, to the human eye, are black. Heblorix has no moons, however, it might be an escaped moon itself.

Ostrilla
The thirteenth planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is a gas giant with a mass 0.0182 times that of Jupiter, or 5.79 times more massive than Earth. Ostrilla was most likely formed closer in, but Qaothea most likely threw it far out, along with the asteroids of the second asteroid belt, as it marks the start. It has 3 moons, and probably had more before then. Now, Ostrilla barely gets any light from it's parent star.

Meuzuno
The last planet and 2nd dwarf planet of the Strion P7H0 system. It is located near the end of the second asteroid belt, taking 334 years just to orbit Strion P7H0. It has 1 small moon and 1 asteroid moon. It could of possibly been a moon itself at one point, being sent flying towards the outer reaches of the Strion P7H0 system, where it is almost impossible to see it's surface features.

Thanks for bothering to read all that. This system was first generated in Stargen, edited a bit, and had moons and asteroid belts added. Suggestions will be welcome as this is my first public system.

That's pretty neat
By the way, welcome to this forum

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« Reply #175 on: December 24, 2017, 11:57:19 AM »

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« Reply #176 on: December 24, 2017, 12:02:53 PM »
I'm working on another System, this time it is not fictional, it will be a real exoplanet system.

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« Reply #177 on: December 24, 2017, 12:52:58 PM »
Like these systems.  :)
Alpha Centauri Bc and Proxima Centauri B have life, but Proxima Centauri B only has life in the shadows because it is tidally locked.

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« Reply #178 on: December 24, 2017, 01:04:43 PM »
Some more exoplanet systems :)

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« Reply #179 on: December 24, 2017, 01:07:26 PM »
Here :)