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Title: Share your creations!
Post by: Chris on August 25, 2015, 06:24:29 AM
With the ability to save simulations and objects enabled, we're excited to see what all of you have created!

Who wants to share a screenshot of his/her creation and attach the saved file too?

Go to Home->Debug Tools->Open My Simulation folder to find your saved ".ubox" files.

Attach the ones you want to share to your post and give us a small explanation of what's inside :)

3...2...1...GO!
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: gabriel.dac on August 25, 2015, 10:39:03 AM
Well, I'll begin. This sim attached shows two moons orbiting in opposite directions. It surprisingly is a stable system.

This thread should be stickyed, by the way!
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Cryo on August 25, 2015, 02:56:18 PM
ill be uploading very very soon.....after some work
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: WitheHole18 on August 26, 2015, 07:08:35 AM
Here a small solar system with life and a parabolic comet.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: WitheHole18 on August 27, 2015, 03:17:14 AM
Medium Solar system with Life
Thats solar system is really similar to our solar system,but there are more planets with life and water on some moons
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: BlurryVortices on August 28, 2015, 08:37:26 AM
I Made this HUGE Solar System for 50 minutes. I called it "Edgaurus Kentaurus" :P
Here's the screenshots
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Physics_Hacker on August 28, 2015, 10:48:10 AM
Here's a circumbinary (Yes, you heard me correct, it took me like an hour or two to get this stable and low eccentricity orbits) system, 4 planets total, one of which is habitable, and one is a gas giant.
Title: Britain in US² =P
Post by: AndronsFilms on August 28, 2015, 03:47:43 PM
I don't know how i made this, i sincerely think that this is a bug, but whatever.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: scruffygamer on August 28, 2015, 05:05:12 PM
Describe what is happening.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: BlurryVortices on August 28, 2015, 05:29:37 PM
Here's a circumbinary (Yes, you heard me correct, it took me like an hour or two to get this stable and low eccentricity orbits) system, 4 planets total, one of which is habitable, and one is a gas giant.
Cool simulation...!!!
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Physics_Hacker on August 28, 2015, 09:54:42 PM
Here's a circumbinary (Yes, you heard me correct, it took me like an hour or two to get this stable and low eccentricity orbits) system, 4 planets total, one of which is habitable, and one is a gas giant.
Cool simulation...!!!

Thanks! ;D
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: BlurryVortices on August 28, 2015, 10:03:20 PM
Here's a circumbinary (Yes, you heard me correct, it took me like an hour or two to get this stable and low eccentricity orbits) system, 4 planets total, one of which is habitable, and one is a gas giant.
Cool simulation...!!!

Thanks! ;D
No Problem...! :)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: codefantastic on August 30, 2015, 02:25:29 PM
I present, The Alberon System!
 The first image shows the main planet, Alberon A, which is roughly two and a half times larger than Earth with small seas and large desserts. It also has an unusually similar atmosphere to Earth and has a surface pressure of about 1.45 atm, but has a gravity of about 73 m/s^2 (about 7 times Earth's gravity).
 The second image shows Alberon B, a large moon roughly 1,200km with large oceans. The Moon has an atmospheric mass of about 57 kPa and a surface gravity of about 1.5 m/s^2.
 Alberon A's rings are a mixture of Ice (shown in white) and an odd brown material of which we cannot match to any known element.
I will add a download to the system after I finish tweaking it a bit.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: BlurryVortices on August 31, 2015, 01:34:59 AM
Here's a circumbinary (Yes, you heard me correct, it took me like an hour or two to get this stable and low eccentricity orbits) system, 4 planets total, one of which is habitable, and one is a gas giant.
How do you make your system stable?
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Physics_Hacker on August 31, 2015, 09:58:14 AM
Here's a circumbinary (Yes, you heard me correct, it took me like an hour or two to get this stable and low eccentricity orbits) system, 4 planets total, one of which is habitable, and one is a gas giant.
How do you make your system stable?

It's all trial and error,  trying out different velocities, etc. and that's why it took so long to make.
Title: Earth vs. Asteroid
Post by: BOYCSY on September 06, 2015, 03:18:00 AM
So...I launched an asteroid that heated up to 12000 degrees to the Earth and this is the case...

IN THE ATTACHMENT!

What have we learnt: We are not going to get destroyed by an asteroid. It will just create a giant Hot Tub of Lava on the surface of the Earth and shoot a bunch of fireworks into the Sky.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: gabriel.dac on September 06, 2015, 05:31:06 PM
Just a note to you guys. You are supposed to attach the .ubox file of your simulation, so we can download it and play. Don`t post only the screenshots.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: BlurryVortices on September 08, 2015, 03:47:58 AM
Here I Present you the Kodiuman System

This is a Red Dwarf System with 5 Planets. One is Gas Giants, two with life

Here's the System Info

Parent Star
Name: Kodiuman
Mass: 0.105 Sun
Radius: 87279 km
Surface Temp. 3174 K
Star type: Red Dwarf
Spectral Type: M4 (approx.)

1st Planet
Name: Veran
Mass: 2.61 Earth
Radius: 8604 km
Surface Temp. : 48.5 C
Density: 5.84 g/cm^3
Surface Gravity: 14.1 m/s^2
Info: Tidally Locked
         Uninhabitable Desert

2nd Planet
Name: Aphroma
Mass: 2.00 Earth
Radius: 7837 km
Surface Temp. : 21.7 C
Density: 5.92 g/cm^3
Surface Gravity: 13.0 m/s^2
Info: Water on Surface
         Oxygen-rich Atmosphere
         Suitable for Life

3rd Planet
Name: Uptusum
Mass: 46.0 Moon
Radius: 5391 km
Surface Temp. : 10.1 C
Density: 5.15 g/cm^3
Surface Gravity: 7.76 m/s^2
Info: Water on Surface
         Oxygen-rich Atmosphere
         Suitable for Life

4th Planet
Name: Minaente
Mass: 28.1 Moon
Radius: 5087 km
Surface Temp. : -126 C
Density: 3.7 g/cm^3
Surface Gravity: 5.31 m/s^2
Info: Cold Planet
         No Atmosphere
         Might have an Undersurface ocean just like Europa

5th Planet
Name: Tarcsiov
Mass: 1.6 Jupiter
Radius: 93976 km
Surface Temp. : -226 C
Density: 0.874 g/cm^3
Surface Gravity: 23.0 m/s^2
Info: Gas Giant
         Uninhabitable
         Has 3 moons: Prostia, Fivkraft, Inaequita

Hope you enjoyed it...!
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Chris on September 08, 2015, 04:04:58 AM
Really cool system Raga!  8)

Keep them coming, this is super exciting!
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Physics_Hacker on September 08, 2015, 02:12:03 PM
I present to you, a fully loaded quadruple star system, one star just over 1 and a half times the sun's mass, another just under one and three quarters the size of the sun, another, a red dwarf, just over a tenth the mass of our star, and a Y class Brown Dwarf, only 16 and a half times the mass of the largest planet in our solar system, Jupiter. There are 34 planets, 4 of which may be classified as more of "moons" to the brown dwarf. The Red Dwarf system includes a cometary body, and one of the more major stars includes a very close-in asteroid belt. This system includes an astounding 8 habitable planets, equipped with water and suitable temperatures, although a few of these planets have an extremely thin atmosphere.
Title: The Diroji system
Post by: albert453able on September 08, 2015, 06:57:13 PM
Unfortunately i can't figure out how to post the screenshots however i can give you details of my system.

1st/2nd Planet
Name: Mimisaki
Mass: 0.47 Earths
Radius: 5,140 kilometers
History/Description: This planet used to be the Atruness's moon. However when it's parent star gained mass it pulled Mimisaki away from Atruness also forcing those two planets under radically elipse orbits that constantly change their places as 1st or 2nd planet.

1st/2nd Planet
Name: Atruness
Mass: 2 Earths
Radius: 7,915 kilometers
History/Description: Atruness used to have Mimisaki as a moon. However just like mimisaki it constantly changes places as 1st or 2nd planet.

3rd Planet
Name: Diroji
Mass: 0.55 Earths
Radius: 5,471 kilometers
Moons: 2 primary(Diroji ll and Diroji lll) and 4 secondary(Nira, Yachella, Kapellah, and Ressier).
Description: Diroji is the only planet able to sustain primitive life. It also holds another lunar system inside it's own.

Extra
Name: Kapellah
Mass: 0.0029 Moons
Moon: 1(Ressier)
Radius: 288 kilometers
History/Description: Kapellah formed naturally like Diroji ll and lll. When asteroids like Nira and yachella came to orbit Diroji, an asteroid named Ressier somehow got close to Kapelah and surprisingly begins to have a stable orbit.

4th Planet
Name: Morganna
Mass: 2.85 Moons
Radius: 1,858 kilometers
Description: This is the only planet that's isolated from anything except a few asteroids since Umivera A and B sucked in asteroids. Morganna somehow survived the ordeal making it an enigmatic planet.

5th and 6th planets
Names: Umivera A and Umivera B
Mass: Umivera A: 13.3 Earths, Umivera B: 6.34 Earths
Radius: U.A: 37,000 km, U.B: 28,000 km
History/Description: Umivera A was all by itself until about 1.7 billion years ago Umivera B came close to it and began a rare close Double system each other. Both are Gas Giants.

7th Planet
Name: Tinfit
Mass: ???
Radius: ???
Description: This planet is probably the most enigmatic of all the planets. No one knows how it survived Umivera A and B's cataclysmic dance. Tinfit might not have formed naturally like the closer planets. What mysteries lie behind it?

Main star
Name: Yeromo
Mass: 0.71 suns
Radius: 920,000 km
Description: This is the only star in the Diroji system.

Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: codefantastic on September 09, 2015, 01:58:07 PM
Under the text box it says "+ Attachments and other options "
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: albert453able on September 09, 2015, 03:55:33 PM
Under the text box it says "+ Attachments and other options "

Thank You but i still can't figure out how to attach it.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: codefantastic on September 09, 2015, 06:39:33 PM
Under the text box it says "+ Attachments and other options "

Thank You but i still can't figure out how to attach it.
It should say "browse" when you click it and you just choose the file.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Physics_Hacker on September 10, 2015, 07:49:22 PM
Another circumbinary system!

Stars stats:
A: 1.7 suns
7991 Degrees K
Type F or early G, appox.

B: 0.927 Suns
5158 Degrees K
Type G, possible a very early K

Planets stats

A has 6 planets
B has 8 planets and an asteroid belt
Barycenter AB has 5 planets

A has one habitable planet, and one airless planet with high, but water suitable temperature, but has none due to lack of atmosphere

B has 3 habitable planets, and an airless but water-suitable temp.

Nearly every planet has a moon(s)

I have seperated a sim with and without moons so it can be easier to see the outermost planets orbits'.




Title: Solar System with major comets
Post by: omegshi147 on September 13, 2015, 06:39:05 AM
This simulation allows you to see the different orbits of most well known comets. Do note that most of these don't have a dust tail even at perihelion. Lovejoy would most likely to be shown to be crashing in the Sun, re-orbiting itself extremely close to Sun after perihelion, or, less likely, burn up. Comets PANSTARRS - C/2011 L4, ISON - C/2012 S1, and McNaught - C/2006 P1 have estimated approximate semi-major axis or eccentricity.
Title: Fernaen System
Post by: BlurryVortices on September 14, 2015, 12:51:30 AM
This system has 4 stars and a Total 17 planets. I can't post the systems info yet but i will post it soon. I will add the moons later on :)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: gabriel.dac on September 20, 2015, 04:12:38 PM
I've created and saved this object. It's called Black Earth. Looks cool  8)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: codefantastic on September 23, 2015, 06:01:00 AM
I'm going to try and add something when I get home so this thread doesn't die out like the dinosaurs
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: DarkSpace on September 24, 2015, 12:34:51 AM
This is a system that a compilation of the all exoplanet, and there are a sun that covered by dark rings. And the name are the dark rings
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: DenisineD on September 24, 2015, 04:01:55 PM
A soon to come...Psi Cofilii System. Did creat it via US 1 with an accretion disk technique....trying to work on moons and here we see one of the dwarf planet in that system with is moons....the only thing i did need to change was the mass of the main moon...it was too big for it to work with that dwarf planet lol


(http://i.imgur.com/JYkjC2V.png)

(http://i.imgur.com/GWZiHMB.png)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Zarow12 on September 26, 2015, 07:44:38 AM
Here's my attempt at the Cyrannus Star System from Battlestar Galactica.  It's a four star double-binary system with 12 habitable worlds.  I've tried to make it as canon as possible to the show.
I managed to get city lights on all 12 worlds (and 1 habitable moon)... just make sure you start the simulation paused, and increase the temperature on all planets to a habitable range (say 12 Celsius) before clicking play... for some reason when starting the sim all planets revert to -200 Celsius, which will kill the city lights. Enjoy!
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Gabriella on September 26, 2015, 02:26:10 PM
I made ring spirals
(http://i.imgur.com/NtkqosM.png)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: codefantastic on October 01, 2015, 06:02:44 AM
Well this thread is dying.
RELEASE THE BLOODHOUNDS
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Physics_Hacker on October 01, 2015, 02:33:21 PM
Well this thread is dying.
RELEASE THE BLOODHOUNDS

I'd post systems for you if you people actually had requests :-/
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Arian on October 05, 2015, 08:45:16 AM
This is the Gawhim system. It features a red supergiant orbited by several subsystems.

There are the Hanimaiz III/Finimaiz III binary planets with their moons Han and Fin.
The Uncur/Asdane binary planets have a somewhat tilted sub orbit and the Rhigalla system with Ropaud, Opigat and Ginto makes for a binary star although Rhigalla can't be compared really to Gawhim.

I recommend starting the sim paused, setting the temperature of every planet to around 15°C and their magnetic fields to something around 2.4 radii or bigger. (remember you have to switch "show magnetosphere" to on while you set the radius in the materials tab. Once it is set you can turn that option off again.) I usually set the "Magnetic Pole Angle to something around 12° to 35° but that's just me.

For the planets in the Rhigalla subsystem you may need to adjust the "Radius turning factor" to something lower to stop the mass loss. I sometimes had to set it as low as 0.2xxxxx, not sure why exactly.

Running the sim faster than at a timestep of around 2 days/second may still cause breakouts or tidal heating effects and the moons Han and Fin might crash or escape after holding their orbits for some several thousand years peacefully.

All in all it is not completely stable yet and I have to figure out some variables to fix that. As you can see, part of it held for 121,059 years at timesteps of <2.5 days/sec.

Let me know what you think of it and feel free to experiment/improve.

Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: BlurryVortices on October 07, 2015, 08:51:47 PM
Damn, my computer is broken...! I can no longer play US2 Anymore...  :'(

I will be back when my computer is fixed...


NOTE: This is my Dad's Laptop
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Aurellia on October 09, 2015, 10:56:48 AM
Created in Alpha 16.1

I've spent roughly an hour designing this system.
It's an eleven planet system with quite a lot of moons. The planet Meranna is supposed to be earth-like in terms of habitability, but seeing as planet temperatures are not recorded in the current saving system, it's not.

The image is still quite large, but it's as small as I can get it.
(http://i.imgur.com/wiDmyC5.png)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Arian on October 10, 2015, 05:48:14 AM
Created in Alpha 16.1

I've spent roughly an hour designing this system.
It's an eleven planet system with quite a lot of moons. The planet Meranna is supposed to be earth-like in terms of habitability, but seeing as planet temperatures are not recorded in the current saving system, it's not.
Hello and welcome Aurellia. When loading your saved simulation, do it via the advanced menu (the pen symbol) and select "start paused". You can then set the temperatures manually to what they are supposed to be.
The planets will eventually return to their original temperature without that but it will take time and may have side effects.
It's also rather important to set up a magnetosphere, so the planet doesn't lose it's atmosphere over time. The magnetosphere currently needs to be set manually after loading as well and settings only work if you turn on "Show Magnetosphere" before you change the values.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: CCalpha on October 10, 2015, 11:39:36 PM
A touch of Photoshop

1- (The "Endurance" from the movie "Interstellar")
2- Venus colliding with Earth
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Physics_Hacker on October 11, 2015, 10:23:34 AM
A touch of Photoshop

1- (The "Endurance" from the movie "Interstellar")
2- Venus colliding with Earth

Not to criticize but in the last one, Venus would look much bigger, assuming that the FOV is normal, and not near-panoramic
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: CCalpha on October 11, 2015, 01:52:19 PM

Quote

Not to criticize but in the last one, Venus would look much bigger, assuming that the FOV is normal, and not near-panoramic

This is a screenshot of an actual in game collision (screenshot taken a mater of a few km from earth right before impact) I was using ground view.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Physics_Hacker on October 11, 2015, 02:05:56 PM
Hm...Field of view must be off, because I know I've collided Venus with earth and stood on Earth's surface and Venus was much bigger in the sky...
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: BlurryVortices on October 17, 2015, 10:05:44 PM
My computer has been fixed...!
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Jeroen on October 22, 2015, 01:16:29 PM
Hya everyone!
I made a quick solar system and I was wondering if you guys would want to improve it. So, go wild! ;)
P.S.: Send me the results!
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: joakandr on October 24, 2015, 11:56:42 AM
Can anyone share some planets with life?
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: codefantastic on October 24, 2015, 01:22:30 PM
Can anyone share some planets with life?
Define "Planets with life".
If you mean they look green then sure, but life isn't in the game yet. You can have a planet that looks green but that's just because of the atmosphere.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: joakandr on October 25, 2015, 02:56:53 PM
Planets with city lights. I thought city lights would appear on certain life-capable planets.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: codefantastic on October 25, 2015, 03:24:04 PM
Planets with city lights. I thought city lights would appear on certain life-capable planets.
City Lights are completely random. If you want a planet with them I'd suggest spawning around 30-50 planets in the habitial zone of a star and then saving the ones with lights.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: joakandr on October 25, 2015, 03:48:33 PM
Planets with city lights. I thought city lights would appear on certain life-capable planets.
City Lights are completely random. If you want a planet with them I'd suggest spawning around 30-50 planets in the habitial zone of a star and then saving the ones with lights.

Ok, cool thank you.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Pizzaeater1K on November 09, 2015, 07:23:23 PM
The Efrago Black Hole.
Plenty of stars orbiting. Typically the cooler stars are in the outer area and the hotter stars are in the inner area.
NOTE: Don't forget to start it paused and turn off collisions. I also usually turn off labels and trails. but that's just me.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Forgotten_Grox on November 15, 2015, 09:47:26 AM
I tried to terraform a planet any and ended up creating a '' civilization '' that's a bug?: file:///C:/Users/Lenovo/Pictures/Screenshots/Captura%20de%20Tela%20(1).png
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: kallisti on November 15, 2015, 01:41:37 PM
As codefantastic said a few posts ago:

Quote
City Lights are completely random. If you want a planet with them I'd suggest spawning around 30-50 planets in the habitial zone of a star and then saving the ones with lights.

Also, we cannot see images on your local hard drive.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Prometech on November 17, 2015, 12:38:39 PM
Hi Resolution Planetary Collision Video; Moon Colliding with Earth
Simulated with 15,000 fragments and 300 Attracting fragments.
https://youtu.be/ctxuUCTg4uQ (https://youtu.be/ctxuUCTg4uQ)
https://youtu.be/AfRbTkQTLJk (https://youtu.be/AfRbTkQTLJk)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Physics_Hacker on November 18, 2015, 12:49:48 PM
Hi Resolution Planetary Collision Video; Moon Colliding with Earth
Simulated with 15,000 fragments and 300 Attracting fragments.
https://youtu.be/ctxuUCTg4uQ (https://youtu.be/ctxuUCTg4uQ)
https://youtu.be/AfRbTkQTLJk (https://youtu.be/AfRbTkQTLJk)

Had that been done with Mars you may as well have renames Mars into Theia XD
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Prometech on November 18, 2015, 01:24:58 PM
@Physics_Hacker
I'm uploading a video featuring 2 collisions between Earth and Mars XD

Speaking of which, here it is
https://youtu.be/aTDEFvbUGSY (https://youtu.be/aTDEFvbUGSY)

And Here is Earth Colliding with Earth Same Specs as above.
19,500 Particles and 200 Attracting Body objects.
https://youtu.be/OGa3fk39KlY (https://youtu.be/OGa3fk39KlY)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Physics_Hacker on November 18, 2015, 03:57:57 PM
@Physics_Hacker
I'm uploading a video featuring 2 collisions between Earth and Mars XD

Speaking of which, here it is
https://youtu.be/aTDEFvbUGSY (https://youtu.be/aTDEFvbUGSY)

And Here is Earth Colliding with Earth Same Specs as above.
19,500 Particles and 200 Attracting Body objects.
https://youtu.be/OGa3fk39KlY (https://youtu.be/OGa3fk39KlY)

Yep, some fragments went into orbit, and some fell back down ^_^
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Prometech on November 19, 2015, 05:21:18 AM

Amazing Impact event between the Moon and Earth, forming an accretion disc out of the debris, which rains down onto the planets surface as superheated rock fragments.
Simulated with 22,000 Particles and 350 Attracting body fragments.
https://youtu.be/E4ANHCN1QiM (https://youtu.be/E4ANHCN1QiM)

Epic Impact of Ceres with Earth, followed by the ejecta raining down on earth as super heated rocks.
Simulated with 22,000 Particles and 350 Attracting body fragments.
https://youtu.be/_WpN0ssXxQ0 (https://youtu.be/_WpN0ssXxQ0)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: vmorgo on November 27, 2015, 08:04:52 AM

Your instructions for uploading simulations specify:
"Go to Home->Debug Tools->Open My Simulation folder to find your saved ".ubox" files."

Hi, Chris:
Question:

Seems in the 17b Alpha version "Open my Simulation folder" has no effect when I click on it.  Not sure what I am doing wrong.  Running on Ubuntu 14.04 variant (Mint 17.1 "Rebeccah")  I know I could probably find the ubox items via the operating system, but that just seems....so crass....
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Chris on November 27, 2015, 11:19:29 AM

Your instructions for uploading simulations specify:
"Go to Home->Debug Tools->Open My Simulation folder to find your saved ".ubox" files."

Hi, Chris:
Question:

Seems in the 17b Alpha version "Open my Simulation folder" has no effect when I click on it.  Not sure what I am doing wrong.  Running on Ubuntu 14.04 variant (Mint 17.1 "Rebeccah")  I know I could probably find the ubox items via the operating system, but that just seems....so crass....

Thanks for letting us know. We'll look into that.
On Linux these are typicall filepath issues, so it won't be hard to fix.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: DenisineD on November 28, 2015, 03:32:43 PM
(http://i.imgur.com/FCu9YsU.png)

Little tease of my incoming system (still buidling it)

right now i m building the moon system of that gas giant (5.32 Earth mass)

Building my moons systems via my accretion new method on US1 (using us2 for randoming size and orbital distance of the bodies i explode after)

i still ahve a lot of bodies to put in it...i have over 50 dwarf planets or planetoids
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: DenisineD on December 04, 2015, 05:45:43 PM
(http://i.imgur.com/dGqZIfl.png)
Here we see the new moons of one of the planets in my system that i m working on...yes i did this via an accretion disk method i did invent 2 years ago...but with time i did adapt it and make it more viable. It give pretty realistic moons systems :)

(http://i.imgur.com/LlcT7M9.png)
And here is the view from a close orbit of one of the 3 majors moons of the same planet...it do a whole orbit in a little less than 18 hours and it weight about 0.011 moon :) It is geologically active...the probes have spot many cracks letting out liquid and ice.

On the left side, we see the biggest of the 3 majors moons. It weight about 0.36 moon and have a deep ocean under is frozen surface. Because of tidal heating it is believe that we have liquid water under is surface...it have about 20.4% of is mass as water. It orbit is mother planet in 2.64 days. It also have a dense atmosphere. Its also geologically active with many water-ices volcanoes. Is surface look 65% new.

(http://i.imgur.com/9L51R6x.png)
Here a closer view of the Biggest moon

Names will come when i will have complete the whole system.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Cryo on December 13, 2015, 03:06:49 PM
So i spawned a custom star and i turned our solar system into a binary by mistake this was an interesting turn of events Saturn got left behind though so yeah....
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Post by: Cryo on December 14, 2015, 07:51:53 PM
Alright after months of adjusting a multitude of orbital patterns,stable orbits etc.I am at a point where im comfortable to post it here and continue updating it from now on.Behold the Olodumare System v2.7, a large  Star system compared to ours of about 12 main planets,5 dwarf's,13 asteroids and  mroe to be implemented in the near future (winter break).For now i only have the main 8 up for simulating.I plan to add a massive post on the Star system and its inhabitants history in the next while(winter break).So...enjoy
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Post by: DenisineD on December 14, 2015, 08:37:33 PM
My next project...a Binary Stars System. the main start is 1.23 Suns mass and the other one is about 0.247 sun. orbital distance 87.5...560 yrs for a whole orbit with an ecc of 0.17 9since we can't ply with the stars orbit for now...so it will be that ecc.

here an image Tease ;)
(http://i.imgur.com/YLQkpDP.png)
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Post by: DenisineD on December 14, 2015, 08:40:48 PM
Alright after months of adjusting a multitude of orbital patterns,stable orbits etc.I am at a point where im comfortable to post it here and continue updating it from now on.Behold the Olodumare System v2.7, a large  Star system compared to ours of about 12 main planets,5 dwarf's,13 asteroids and  mroe to be implemented in the near future (winter break).For now i only have the main 8 up for simulating.I plan to add a massive post on the Star system and its inhabitants history in the next while(winter break).So...enjoy
I love the colors :) lovely! :)
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Post by: Jlukehypernova on January 06, 2016, 10:11:05 PM
My epic black hole sun experiment that shut down my laptop for reasons not yet fully understood.
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Post by: DiamondMiner10 on January 07, 2016, 06:19:18 PM
My epic black hole sun experiment that shut down my laptop for reasons not yet fully understood.
the laws of nature naturally prevent your laptop from manipulating black holes
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Post by: Pro_Miner_3000 on January 09, 2016, 09:44:03 AM
This is my simple creation :)
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Post by: Darvince on January 12, 2016, 10:55:17 PM
Prometech, those videos are absolutely beautiful.
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Post by: Hyper_Schnitzel on January 31, 2016, 04:24:16 AM
The Turith System

A System with 6 yet discovered Planets and a bunch of moons

Either it is a defect on our Space telescope, or the Life propability in this  System is pretty high.

it houses one of the biggest Gas-giant ever discovered.

Some Alien Phanatics have speculised, that there was/is a intelligent civilisation in that system, wich has Terraformed many moons and planets.

Here some Pictures:

Note, that there are no rings in this Simulation, because of lag issues.
i just added some, for the screenshots xD

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Post by: tieberion on January 31, 2016, 12:07:03 PM
Alright after months of adjusting a multitude of orbital patterns,stable orbits etc.I am at a point where im comfortable to post it here and continue updating it from now on.Behold the Olodumare System v2.7, a large  Star system compared to ours of about 12 main planets,5 dwarf's,13 asteroids and  mroe to be implemented in the near future (winter break).For now i only have the main 8 up for simulating.I plan to add a massive post on the Star system and its inhabitants history in the next while(winter break).So...enjoy

How do you add an asteroid belt when looking from a zoomed out location?   Thanks!
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Post by: Cryo on January 31, 2016, 02:01:50 PM
Alright after months of adjusting a multitude of orbital patterns,stable orbits etc.I am at a point where im comfortable to post it here and continue updating it from now on.Behold the Olodumare System v2.7, a large  Star system compared to ours of about 12 main planets,5 dwarf's,13 asteroids and  mroe to be implemented in the near future (winter break).For now i only have the main 8 up for simulating.I plan to add a massive post on the Star system and its inhabitants history in the next while(winter break).So...enjoy

How do you add an asteroid belt when looking from a zoomed out location?   Thanks!
look in the ring presets, asteroid belt should be an option.
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Post by: tieberion on January 31, 2016, 03:41:32 PM
Sweet, thanks!  working on my Favorite Fictional System, just taking forever to get everything just right, that and digging thru 80 years of source material to decide what to include and what not.
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Post by: Hyper_Schnitzel on February 01, 2016, 10:50:22 PM
I Present to you:

A Star Comparison!

Just go to chart and press any chart you like!

Interesting are Radius and Mass.
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Post by: Pizzaeater1K on February 06, 2016, 02:04:41 PM
Here is a young solar system I made.
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Post by: quantumMechanic on April 15, 2016, 06:40:40 PM
This is my first successful attempt at making a system in US. It's nothing special, but I'm pretty happy with it nonetheless!
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Post by: DoctorWh0? on April 20, 2016, 06:10:04 PM
 :)
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Post by: quantumMechanic on April 20, 2016, 08:39:23 PM
My GIANT solar system. Explore it.

Could you attach the simulation file so we can download it?
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Post by: Pizzaeater1K on April 21, 2016, 01:18:26 PM
My binary system that took less than an hour to make
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Post by: Gregory on April 29, 2016, 10:21:30 AM
I made a new system today, it's called the Clock System, it simulates time, unfortunately, a human object cannot orbit another human object in a very stable orbit (and therefore the orbital parameters won't work right, as that might be a bug), so I chose to make an Earth sized body as the main body, and the smaller bodies are cue balls (which are unfortunately not round enough and need improvement in the next update) orbiting the main body, which is named Clock.

Each cue ball has a specific name and orbit duration, and unfortunately, due to the main body size and the distances of each smaller body (as well as orbital issues), the time step had to be increased to 100000 seconds/sec, so everything had to be increased by a factor of 100000, so everything is 100000 times longer, but it (and their small masses) does help make their orbits stable.

Here's the simulation.
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Post by: Niel amstronge xd on June 14, 2016, 07:37:37 AM
 I created an triple star system . I named it Pluto star system that has three stars: Pluto A,Pluto B,Pluto C
and a planet.
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Post by: Cryo on June 14, 2016, 08:39:48 AM
Massive bomb shell incoming
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Post by: Austritistanian on October 28, 2016, 04:20:00 AM
I'll share this Binary star system. It's called The Panthallasia System.

It consists of two massive stars, Panthallasia Majoris and Panthallasia Minoris. Each stars have its own planets, with each one having at least one habitable planet.

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Post by: Angel Armageddon on October 28, 2016, 12:31:58 PM
Awesome
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Post by: JMBuilder on October 28, 2016, 10:16:12 PM
I'm working on the Lylat System from the StarFox games. It's based on the new canon from SF Zero, and since not all of the well-known planets from past games were added, I'm taking some creative freedom with it.

It's nowhere near done yet, but here's the general layout (closest to furthest):

Lylat Prime - B-type blue giant
Zoness - Venus-like planet.
Katina - Swamp planet (semi-arid).
Aquas - Ocean planet (scattered islands).
Corneria - Temperate world; "Hub of Galactic Peace."
Alpha Nebula
Meteo Asteroid Belt
Rhea (perihelion) - Mars-like planet with loads of nuclear isotopes and an underground biosphere.
Fortuna - Primordial planet.
Beta Nebula
Titania - Barren planet.
Fichina - Frozen planet.
Rhea (aphelion) - High point in orbit.
Slaga (perihelion) - A molten planet heated by nebulae and anomalous magnetism. Hosts metal-based life.
Kew - Gas giant.
Slaga (aphelion) - High point in orbit.
Freo - Ice giant with cryogenic moon "Cryona," which hosts boron-based life.
Sector Omega - Interdimensional rift hosting the asteroid Venom, home of the infamous Dr. Andross.
Solran - Red dwarf companion star with more planets.
Gamma, Zeta, and Chi Nebulae
Mysteria - A yellow dwarf, making Lylat a trinary system. Hosts even more planets.

Planets and other objects of the Solran Subdivision:
Macbeth - Volcanic planet.
Sargasso Asteroid Belt
Tian - Planet with the characteristics of Eladard from the unreleased StarFox 2.
Papetoon - Desert planet.
Eladard - Named after a planet from the unreleased SF2; reimagined as temperate world similar to Corneria.
Colossus - Gigantic semi-frozen world with scattered evergreen forests and swamps within volcanic regions.
Delta Nebula

Planets and other objects of the Mysteria Subdivision:
Shardria - The "glass planet."
Cerinia - Reimagined as planet within Lylat System. Brimming with interdimensional energy.
Animus - Habitable planet referenced in the original Dinosaur Planet before it was a StarFox game.
Crimsona - Reddish gas giant.
Sauria - "Dinosaur Planet." Made habitable by vast amounts of interdimensional energy.
Enigma Asteroid Belt
Theta and Phi Nebulae

I haven't even gotten to most of the moons, dwarf planets, and other minor objects yet.
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Post by: Austritistanian on November 01, 2016, 07:25:07 AM
I have a bad feeling that this thread is going to die out. Better make some more simulations.
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Post by: Cryo on November 01, 2016, 07:24:04 PM
I'll finish that post i promised to post last year. Boy has my life taken a strange turn. I ended up forgetting to post it.
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Post by: Austritistanian on November 05, 2016, 07:14:52 AM
Here's a star system with only one planet

The star is named "Blaitesia" and the planet is named "Gronerovv"

The planet, a gas giant with a mass of over 4 Jupiters, had an extremely eccentric orbit, this is due to the fact that the planet does not form from the star's protoplanetary disk, but from another star system. The planet somehow got ejected away, and cause is yet unknown.

Astoundingly, the planet had 5 moons. Three of which are habitable, with liquid water on its surface. Although, when the planet is at its aphelion, the three moons freezes to temperatures nearly -110°
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Post by: Gregory on November 05, 2016, 09:27:05 AM
Here's the Lylat System from the StarFox games.

Solar is (likely a large Gas Giant) at 3500 degrees K, making it a "Star" in this "game".
Spica is the best comparison to Lylat, based on the size, mass, temperature and luminosity.

It is based on the most well-known concept.

Too bad ships can't be made, as there aren't accurate ship models on US2.
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Post by: universe on November 25, 2016, 04:55:40 PM
random planet
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Post by: JMBuilder on December 14, 2016, 03:37:59 PM
Here's the Lylat System from the StarFox games.

Solar is (likely a large Gas Giant) at 3500 degrees K, making it a "Star" in this "game".
Spica is the best comparison to Lylat, based on the size, mass, temperature and luminosity.

It is based on the most well-known concept.

Too bad ships can't be made, as there aren't accurate ship models on US2.

I'm actually providing two separate "analogs" of Solar since there was such a debate in the fanbase about whether it was a star or a planet. I even argued that it was a very old metal white dwarf that cooled down to a red-orange color, its planetary nebulae forming sectors X, Y, and Z.

1. Solran, the smallest of Lylat's companion stars. A red dwarf.

2. Slaga, the legitimate recreation of Solar. A molten metal planet heated by nebulae and intense magnetism.

Haven't really found a way to implement my white dwarf theory yet, and there might be a way to throw in a brown dwarf somewhere.

----------

I actually did use Spica as "Lylat Prime."
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Post by: Atgard on December 28, 2016, 01:08:23 AM
I was surprised the default Solar System includes so many asteroids and smaller Kuiper Belt objects, but not the rings of Saturn or even major moons like Titan or Ganymede (or even Luna I think!).

I like to view orbits on, but with so many objects, the view gets cluttered.

So I removed some random objects (but not all of them -- is there an easier way to en masse remove all the non-dwarf planet Kuiper objects than selecting them all one by one?) and added major moons and Saturn's rings. Now it has more of the stuff I want, and less of the stuff not as interesting to me (and asteroid 2006NCC1701-A or whatever may be slowing down the simulation).

I hope someone else likes it, or may improve upon it or find an easier way to remove more minor objects (I just started using US2 yesterday).
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Post by: SyzygyΣE on December 29, 2016, 03:49:11 AM
Behold, the grandeur of my proudest creation—the Linaercanus star system.

Linaercanus is a young main sequence star 354 millions years of age, 1.44 times the mass of our sun. With a grand total of 26888 bodies, including ring systems and asteroid belts, it is the largest stable star system I have ever designed—and, in my opinion—the most realistic, perhaps with a slight twist of the unexpected. At full stretch, the system spans 1.76 light years across, the most distant object taking an incredible 13.1 million years to orbit its star.

With scattered dwarf planets in swarms of debris, a moon of a moon, and comets of extreme eccentricities and orbital periods in the tens of thousands of years, Linaercanus is an colossal and diverse system. There are endless wonders to discover, experience . . . and marvel.

Welcome to Linaercanus. ;)

Due to the sheer number of particles in this simulation, time warp is reduced to about 30mins/sec at maximum. This rate may be improved via deletion of the said particles. A shortcut to do so exists in "Settings > Input."

Recommended time warp rate: 0.8days/sec.
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Post by: JMBuilder on December 29, 2016, 04:58:27 AM
Behold, the grandeur of my proudest creation—the Linaercanus star system.

Linaercanus is a young main sequence star 354 millions years of age, 1.44 times the mass of our sun. With a grand total of 26888 bodies, including ring systems and asteroid belts, it is the largest stable star system I have ever designed—and, in my opinion—the most realistic, perhaps with a slight twist of the unexpected. At full stretch, the system spans 1.76 light years across, the most distant object taking an incredible 13.1 million years to orbit its star.

With scattered dwarf planets in swarms of debris, a moon of a moon, and comets of extreme eccentricities and orbital periods in the tens of thousands of years, Linaercanus is an colossal and diverse system. There are endless wonders to discover, experience . . . and marvel.

Welcome to Linaercanus. ;)

Due to the sheer number of particles in this simulation, time warp is reduced to about 30mins/sec at maximum. This rate may be improved via deletion of the said particles.

Recommended time warp rate: 0.8days/sec.


For the sake of some of our pixel potatoes, I'd recommend cutting down on the amount of asteroids in the belt. Just a tad excessive.

Other than that, this is a very nice system. That "moon of a moon" was simple yet cool to find, and I love how there are several habitable planets.

A few suggestions:
- More custom names. I notice that most of them are in-game generated.
- Some planets and other objects for that rather lonely brown dwarf.
- MOAR mysteries! :D
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Post by: SyzygyΣE on December 29, 2016, 05:24:13 AM
For the sake of some of our pixel potatoes, I'd recommend cutting down on the amount of asteroids in the belt. Just a tad excessive.

Other than that, this is a very nice system. That "moon of a moon" was simple yet cool to find, and I love how there are several habitable planets.

A few suggestions:
- More custom names. I notice that most of them are in-game generated.
- Some planets and other objects for that rather lonely brown dwarf.
- MOAR mysteries! :D

Yeah, the asteroid belt that went a bit overboard was to try and keep with the realism aspect of such a young system. I expected there would be a lot of leftover debris. Maybe I won't choose such a young star next time. Hehe.

I'm terrible at custom names. But sure, I'll give it a go. :)

As for that brown dwarf, I did try adding in some moons, even a planet that would be tidally heated to habitable temperatures and lit by the dwarf's own luminosity. But for some weird reason such an orbit wobbled the orbit of the brown dwarf to an extreme extent. The apoapsis would go from 1 light year to 3 light years and back. It was crazy to even look at and I have no clue why. Would someone be able to shed some light on this? To replicate this, try placing an earth sized object in a not-too-distant orbit around the brown dwarf.

Mysteries? Ok, time to get that imagination flowing for the next one. 8)
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Post by: Physics_Hacker on December 29, 2016, 02:20:51 PM
For the sake of some of our pixel potatoes, I'd recommend cutting down on the amount of asteroids in the belt. Just a tad excessive.

Other than that, this is a very nice system. That "moon of a moon" was simple yet cool to find, and I love how there are several habitable planets.

A few suggestions:
- More custom names. I notice that most of them are in-game generated.
- Some planets and other objects for that rather lonely brown dwarf.
- MOAR mysteries! :D

Yeah, the asteroid belt that went a bit overboard was to try and keep with the realism aspect of such a young system. I expected there would be a lot of leftover debris. Maybe I won't choose such a young star next time. Hehe.

I'm terrible at custom names. But sure, I'll give it a go. :)

As for that brown dwarf, I did try adding in some moons, even a planet that would be tidally heated to habitable temperatures and lit by the dwarf's own luminosity. But for some weird reason such an orbit wobbled the orbit of the brown dwarf to an extreme extent. The apoapsis would go from 1 light year to 3 light years and back. It was crazy to even look at and I have no clue why. Would someone be able to shed some light on this? To replicate this, try placing an earth sized object in a not-too-distant orbit around the brown dwarf.

Mysteries? Ok, time to get that imagination flowing for the next one. 8)

That wobbling is just the exaggeration of the real effect the planet has, but Earth could orbit Jupiter no problem, so introducing an earth-sized planet around a brown dwarf should definately be no problem other than the annoyingness it might make with "orbits" turned on.
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Post by: JMBuilder on December 29, 2016, 04:45:28 PM
As for that brown dwarf, I did try adding in some moons, even a planet that would be tidally heated to habitable temperatures and lit by the dwarf's own luminosity. But for some weird reason such an orbit wobbled the orbit of the brown dwarf to an extreme extent. The apoapsis would go from 1 light year to 3 light years and back. It was crazy to even look at and I have no clue why. Would someone be able to shed some light on this? To replicate this, try placing an earth sized object in a not-too-distant orbit around the brown dwarf.

I've noticed this with trinary star systems. The inner binary stars show an odd but stable figure-8 orbit while the outer circumbinary star's orbit does this weird pulsating movement. If you speed up time and watch the regular "trail" visuals, it stays on its regular orbit.
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Post by: JMBuilder on January 07, 2017, 08:49:25 PM
Here's what I've been working on, straight out of the StarFox universe. I've added most major planets and a few minor objects of the Lylat System, many of them fan-made but still have the potential to be canon.

I still have yet to add the rest of the minor objects, such as the twelfth planet of the Primary Lylat System (nothing special about the planet besides its wildly eccentric orbit), asteroid belts, moons, and "Sector Omega" with Andross's little planetoid Venom and the space graveyard.

Some of the things that I can't add yet are the small nebulae sectors of the system since there's no actual "nebula" object in the game. It's possible that I could simulate the Omicron Nebula (fan-made) with a hydrogen ring around the planet Slaga (the planet Solar, just renamed; resides at the center of the nebula, heated by extreme magnetism; in the case of US2, a ridiculously thick atmosphere), but it's not exactly what I had in mind.

Keep in mind that some of the things are not consistent with some other fan sources, such as "Arwingpedia." Some aspects of Arwingpedia's material are inconsistent in and of themselves. For example, Macbeth is labelled the "third planet of the Lylat System," yet the description goes on to say that it "orbits closer to Lylat than any other planet," which would make it the first.

I use some material from past StarFox games that is potentially still canon, and my primary source for this recreation comes from StarFox Zero's new canon and the layout that the map routes imply:

(http://i.imgur.com/QJOAo1d.png)

I also included fan-made planets with my own interpretations of them (again, basing them around StarFox Zero). Planets such as Rhea, Colossus, and Tian come from this fan-made map:

(http://orig00.deviantart.net/bb09/f/2012/168/5/4/lylat_regian_star_map__revised__by_tango458-d53vkp1.png)

While I didn't follow the map exactly, it was a good source of inspiration.

Other planets, such as Freo, Shardria, and Crimsona, are my own ideas (a red gas giant was unrealistically visible in the Sauria mission from StarFox Assault; Crimsona is that gas giant with a more realistic orbit), and some, such as Kew, Papetoon, and Animus, were vaguely referenced in past StarFox games (Animus was referenced in the unreleased N64 Dinosaur Planet before it was reimagined as StarFox Adventures).

Let me know what you guys think!

EDIT: I'm already renaming a couple of things. What was previously Kew is now "Volus" and Crimsona has inherited the name Kew. Mysteria is now "Krazonis." I have yet to update the file.
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Post by: SyzygyΣE on January 08, 2017, 12:07:51 AM
Here's what I've been working on, straight out of the StarFox universe. I've added most major planets and a few minor objects of the Lylat System, many of them fan-made but still potentially canon.

I still have yet to add the rest of the minor objects, such as the twelfth planet of the Primary Lylat System (nothing special about the planet besides its wildly eccentric orbit), asteroid belts, moons, and "Sector Omega" with Andross's little planetoid Venom and the space graveyard.

[. . .]
While I have not heard of Starfox, this is certainly a rather sophisticated and well-designed system. If you are still required to implement the rest of the minor objects to complete this, the final revision of this system must be rather extraordinary, not to mention time consuming to achieve. Had you not mentioned this was still unfinished, I would have considered it pretty much all done.

Trinary systems like this one are always quite pleasing to gaze upon in terms of aesthetics. Here is a screenshot I took near planet Tian, with Solran and Lylat Prime in the background as part of a double sunrise. Hope you like it. ;D
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Post by: JMBuilder on January 08, 2017, 12:12:28 AM
While I have not heard of Starfox, this is certainly a rather sophisticated and well-designed system. If you are still required to implement the rest of the minor objects to complete this, the final revision of this system must be rather extraordinary, not to mention time consuming to achieve. Had you not mentioned this was still unfinished, I would have considered it pretty much all done.

Trinary systems like this one are always quite pleasing to gaze upon in terms of aesthetics. Here is a screenshot I took near planet Tian, with Solran and Lylat Prime in the background as part of a double sunrise. Hope you like it. ;D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfHCBO_OSlk

Eventually, I'll get around to adding these:
- A small asteroid ring for Tian.
- Two slightly larger asteroid rings for Titania.
- A relatively small asteroid ring for Kew (which I'm renaming to Volus).
- The exotic moon "Cryona" orbiting Freo and maybe some more moons.
- Two moons for Corneria, one with its own two very small moons.
- Various moons for many planets in the system.
- The Meteo Asteroid Belt for Lylat Prime between the orbits of Corneria and Fortuna.
- The Sargasso Asteroid Belt for Solran between the orbits of Macbeth and Tian.
- The Enigma Asteroid Belt for Mysteria beyond Sauria's orbit.
- A twelfth planet in an extremely eccentric orbit around Lylat Prime (got a good name for it?).

I'm also renaming Kew to Volus and giving Crimsona the name Kew to be more consistent with canon.

EDIT: By the way, most of the planets start off frozen for some reason. If you select the planets and tweak the greenhouse effect setting, they should jump up to their proper temperatures. These are the habitable planets:
- Corneria
- Fortuna
- Aquas
- Katina
- Zoness (sort of)
- Rhea
- Eladard
- Papetoon
- Colossus
- Cerinia
- Animus
- Sauria
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Post by: SyzygyΣE on January 08, 2017, 12:47:02 AM
Eventually, I'll get around to adding these:
- A small asteroid ring for Tian.
- Two slightly larger asteroid rings for Titania.
- A relatively small asteroid ring for Kew (which I'm renaming to Volus).
- The exotic moon "Cryona" orbiting Freo and maybe some more moons.
- Two moons for Corneria, one with its own two very small moons.
- Various moons for many planets in the system.
- The Meteo Asteroid Belt for Lylat Prime between the orbits of Corneria and Fortuna.
- The Sargasso Asteroid Belt for Solran between the orbits of Macbeth and Tian.
- The Enigma Asteroid Belt for Mysteria beyond Sauria's orbit.
- A twelfth planet in an extremely eccentric orbit around Lylat Prime (got a good name for it?).

I'm also renaming Kew to Volus and giving Crimsona the name Kew to be more consistent with canon.

EDIT: By the way, most of the planets start off frozen for some reason. If you select the planets and tweak the greenhouse effect setting, they should jump up to their proper temperatures. These are the habitable planets:
- Corneria
- Fortuna
- Aquas
- Katina
- Zoness (sort of)
- Eladard
- Papetoon
- Colossus
- Cerinia
- Animus
- Sauria
Oh, I am absolutely terrible with generating original names. Looking at the pattern in naming for some of these objects, maybe these are some names for that twelfth object around Lylat Prime:
And yes, I have also noticed that some of my planets—especially habitable planets—start off at very low temperatures upon loading a simulation, even if they were at stable temperatures the last time I played. It's probably not a bug, but rather that temperature settings haven't been made to save when exiting a system at the current point of US2's development. Not a big issue as you can manually edit it or just do something else while it returns to normal. I remember a few updates ago, the strength of magnetic fields wouldn't save and would all reset to 0 gauss upon loading a simulation. Thankfully it has been fixed. That was a real pain for me. :P
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Post by: JMBuilder on January 08, 2017, 04:20:33 AM
Er... Change of plans on most of the moons and smaller asteroid rings. The wonky orbitals and lag are ridiculous.

I'm going to leave those out for the final version. I might add a separate save with Corneria and its moons. I'll still add Volus and Freo's moons in the main save, though. They're big enough to handle them without wacky trajectories.

I've renamed yet another feature; Mysteria is now Krazonis.

Still working on what the twelfth planet will be like. I'm leaning towards the name "Alios." I'm thinking of making it a Mercury-like planet with an unusually fast rotation.
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Post by: SyzygyΣE on January 08, 2017, 10:24:39 AM
Sorr System

System Summary
Sorr is a young binary star system at 22.2 million years of age, consisting of a blue giant and a sun-like star. The two stars orbit each other at a significant distance, and thus have each developed planet systems of their own. Conditions have been favourable, and a handful of potentially habitable planets have emerged. But a dark shadow looms over the future of Sorr—the impending cataclysm following the supernova of the ageing blue giant star.

System Profile: Subjects Of Interest
Sorr A
The larger of the two stars, Sorr A dominates the system at 10.8 times the mass of the sun and 28,345 times its luminosity. Sorr A's formation process consumed most of the gas clouds and material in the near proximity, and later blasted more material away from the inner Sorr system with its intense stellar winds. Despite its overwhelming shine, the curtains are closing for this player on the celestial stage. Now 22.2 million years of age, Sorr A has consumed almost all of its fuel, and has ballooned to 83.6 times the solar radius. The giant star is expected to become a supernova in around 100,000 to 200,000 years, likely tearing the system apart with the explosion.

Sorr B
Sorr B is the smaller, sun-like star of the Sorr system. It orbits Sorr A at a distance of 315 AU. Sorr B weighs in at 0.85 solar masses, and is tiny compared to its companion star. Due to its relatively far distance from the blue giant, Sorr B was able to escape the fate of the majority of its material being stolen by the larger star during its formation, and survived to grow to a fairly respectable size. When Sorr A's stellar winds threw material to the outer system, some of this material became captured in the orbit of Sorr B, while others merged with protoplanets around it, adding to their mass where otherwise, there would have been insufficient material to form many planets. Some remainder debris has coalesced into an asteroid belt in the outer Sorr B system.

Compared to the ageing Sorr A, Sorr B is still at an extremely young age. If the system is able to survive the upcoming supernova of Sorr A, its habitable planets would certainly have a possibility in developing life in the long run.

Uitiaponsula
Uitiaponsula is a gas giant in a tight orbit around Sorr A that has influenced the evolution of the system to a rather significant extent. At 12.5 Jupiter masses, a little more massive and it would have been considered a brown dwarf. While it orbits Sorr A at 5.32 AU, this is a very close orbit for such a large and luminous blue giant. As a result, Uitiaponsula glows at a sizzling 1450°K (1177°C). It actually formed at a much farther distance from its star, but even as Sorr A expanded, nearing the end of its life, Uitiaponsula migrated inwards. Its strong gravitational pull threw the inner Sorr A system into chaos, ejecting many preexisting bodies or absorbing them. In the present, the inner system is almost completely devoid of objects or debris except for Uitiaponsula. Only two planets in the outer reaches of the Sorr A system survived this process.

Comets and leftover debris
Being a young system, Sorr still houses an appreciable amount of debris. The majority of this material is either in orbit around Sorr B or circling Sorr A beyond the orbit of Sorr B. The chaos the system had undergone has cast a number of objects out of the system, but some have developed highly eccentric and inclined orbits.

The majority of Sorr A's comets originate in the asteroid belt beyond the orbit of Sorr B, at a distance of 900 to 1500 AU. These require thousands of years to complete a full orbit. However, many of these comets' orbits are not stable. Perturbations from Sorr B and Uitiaponsula affect the bodies' tracks over time. For a star of such mass, and considering the chaos resulting from Uitiaponsula's inner migration, there should be many more rogue comets and objects than what appears in this simulation. I have excluded the majority to prevent the system from cluttering.

Sorr B is essentially a miniature solar system orbiting a larger star, and thus has its own collection of comets. Most of these originate from Sorr B's own asteroid belt, located between 15 and 25 AU.

Habitability
As of present, the Sorr system contains five planets with liquid water. All are within the orbit of Sorr B. Due to these planets being illuminated by energy from two stars, the habitable zone display in-game around Sorr B is actually rather misleading. To be habitable, planets must be on the outside edge of the "displayed" habitable zone around Sorr B, or outside the zone altogether. A planet with a sufficiently thick atmosphere in the green area of the "displayed" habitable zone around Sorr B would actually suffer too much greenhouse effect, as it receives energy from two stars.

The history of habitability in this system as been—and will be—rather volatile. Over the 22.2 million year span of the system's existence, Sorr A had ramped up its luminosity as it churned through its fuel. This pushed the habitable zone further out in a relatively short amount of time by astronomical standards. This habitable zone is set to essentially disappear when Sorr A explodes in a supernova, owing to its extreme temperature and radiation.

If Sorr B is not launched away from the system due to the explosion, it is unknown what effects may result from the radiation of the neutron star that would be produced as part of the supernova. The radiation may be too deadly for organisms to survive, at least on the surface.

If Sorr B is launched into deep space from the force of the explosion along with its planets intact, the habitable zone would be brought closer to Sorr B as there would be no second star present to provide further energy. Planets that have liquid water at the present may freeze, and planets too hot for the development of life may be brought down to more suitable temperatures.

As of the current, all habitable planets still hold vast amounts of residual heat from their formation. While liquid water has appeared on their surface, volcanic activity is highly common, and the atmosphere is in the process of change. Unfortunately, there is no method to simulate this as of yet. So, while these planets may appear blue and cozy in the simulation, they are actually still quite hostile. Furthermore, 22.2 million years is certainly not close to being enough for complex life to have developed.

These are the several paths habitability may branch in the Sorr system. But until Sorr A exhausts its fuel and explodes in a supernova, no one can know for sure what the future holds for Sorr.

Gallery
(http://i.imgur.com/qHBBqRo.png)
Figure 1: Sorr system, orbits highlighted

(http://i.imgur.com/raU2ckZ.png)
Figure 2: Mass chart

(http://i.imgur.com/9Eqq56l.png)
Figure 3: Due to illumination from two stars, for a portion of a planet's orbit, night vanishes altogether.

(http://i.imgur.com/yM2uW4P.png)
Figure 4: Double sunrise on an alien world.

Notes
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: JMBuilder on January 08, 2017, 01:02:11 PM
Aye, that's noice. I imagine that, once Sorr A explodes, Nus Tutor would be the most habitable planet around Sorr B. The planet gets a very nice double sunrise, triple if you count the red-hot Uitiaponsula that shows up surprisingly well from that distance.

Being the sci-fi nut that I am, I came up with a theory for Lylat's stars where, since the system is so close to the galactic center, they cycle through matter from the vast nebulae in that region of space, possibly spurred on by some form of dark energy. It makes them anomalously long-lasting, with Lylat Prime predicted to easily survive for trillions of years.

Perhaps Sorr A could be a star like this. I notice that you like to use that red nebula as a background. Sorr A could draw fuel from surrounding nebulae, blasting out the dense waste elements to remain the dominant star of the Sorr System for longer than expected.

I did notice that a few planets don't have magnetic fields. Might want to add those... unless that nasty bug you mentioned is back... :/
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Post by: SyzygyΣE on January 08, 2017, 04:25:01 PM
Aye, that's noice. I imagine that, once Sorr A explodes, Nus Tutor would be the most habitable planet around Sorr B. The planet gets a very nice double sunrise, triple if you count the red-hot Uitiaponsula that shows up surprisingly well from that distance.

Being the sci-fi nut that I am, I came up with a theory for Lylat's stars where, since the system is so close to the galactic center, they cycle through matter from the vast nebulae in that region of space, possibly spurred on by some form of dark energy. It makes them anomalously long-lasting, with Lylat Prime predicted to easily survive for trillions of years.

Perhaps Sorr A could be a star like this. I notice that you like to use that red nebula is a background. Sorr A could draw fuel from surrounding nebulae, blasting out the dense waste elements to remain the dominant star of the Sorr System for longer than expected.

I did notice that a few planets don't have magnetic fields. Might want to add those... unless that nasty bug you mentioned is back... :/
That's actually quite an interesting theory. I wonder if there is a scientific term to it. If the star is able to acquire a constant supply of hydrogen from passing through nebulas, it may certainly prolong its lifespan. The only doubt I have about it is that the star's stellar winds may prevent such material from actually being absorbed, the pressure stopping it from falling inwards past a certain point. However, according to an article I found, stellar winds apparently do not hinder the absorption of material, which find "channels" that lead to the star's surface. I'm not sure about its credibility but it's in interesting read: http://www.space.com/6328-massive-stars-form-simple-solution.html (http://www.space.com/6328-massive-stars-form-simple-solution.html)

For those magnetic fields, it was I who overlooked them. ::) Thinking about it again, 22.2 million years isn't long enough for many objects to cool. Combined with generally fast rotation speeds across the board, most objects should have a magnetic field. Smaller objects wouldn't have very strong magnetic fields, but it should be a magnetic field nonetheless. Eventually, smaller bodies such as moons would cool to the point where their core becomes solid and cease to produce a magnetic field. I have attached a new revision of the system with a fix on the magnetic field issue.
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Post by: Pizzaeater1K on January 13, 2017, 04:09:18 PM
Hello. At the moment I am working on a star system called the Parathesia Star System. So far, I have finished the inner section, the asteroid belt, an outer planet, and a few comets.

Checklist
✓ = completed | X = Not completed | IP = In progress
[✓] Star
[✓] Asteroid Belt
[IP] Rocky Planets
[IP] Moons
[X] Gas giants
[X] Outer asteroid belt
[IP] A bunch of other stuff I forgot to list.
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Post by: scruffygamer on January 30, 2017, 03:28:36 PM
A strange system that has a pulsar as the planet's star.

Also with a strange planet that has purple life that survives at high temperatures...
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Post by: JMBuilder on February 02, 2017, 10:41:41 PM
A strange system that has a pulsar as the planet's star.

Also with a strange planet that has purple life that survives at high temperatures...
That's unique right there. The purple high-temperature plant life is an interesting concept.

It's always fun to theorize about life like this. I'm picturing a hybrid between a fungus and a plant that thrives on the radiation blasted out from the pulsar, an atmosphere that would be toxic to us, highly acidic oceans, and intense volcanic activity spurred on by the tidal forces from the planet's orbit around the dense stellar remnant.
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Post by: electricpants on February 18, 2017, 12:37:19 PM
Introducing...

The Verla system!

This is the most packed solar system I've ever made!

(http://i.imgur.com/BL5HLdP.png)
(http://i.imgur.com/UZghvlB.png)
(http://i.imgur.com/eqNSicq.png)
(http://i.imgur.com/mI4zzI1.png)

You can download the .ubox file here:
https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=Verla+System.ubox (https://www.dropbox.com/home?preview=Verla+System.ubox)
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Post by: universe on March 12, 2017, 12:42:03 PM
here is one where i was colliding things and managed to get moons
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Post by: felipe on April 09, 2017, 01:12:03 PM
I show to you all the Banistian black hole system

BANISTIAN: a black hole thats is an secundary super masive black hole of a galaxy with 3 stars(4 with brown dwarf)

TRINAX:an small asteroid that orbit inside Banistian's ring

ACHERNAR:a remain of a ripped appart star that's orbited too close and gets destroyed by Banistian's roche limit

CUNAX:a small planet with atmosphere and clouds like sahaara desert on Africa with a beautiful view of Banistian

CENTAUROS:a small red dwarf like proxima centauri this star is lucky because of the distance to Banistian that's dont let get ripped appart like Achernar

ACIT:an very RED planet that's look like an evil planet and is cold,is hostile,not a best place to live on

BERTUR:a medium oceania planet thats get the temperature high by Carbe-A and Carbe-b there is a 50% chance to have life

MAGOPLAS:a BIG brown dwarf that is one of the most massive's bronw dwarf's on galaxy

NUSTIAS:a quite sister to Bertur because the temperature get's higher more fast so it will be a dusty rock one day

CARBE-A AND CARBE-B:a likely binary stars but no because is not doing a binary orbit is just orbiting Banistian at the same orbit period! and twice look like Vega

TASCUSTASC:a small asteroid that's in some time of Banistian system orbited Carbe-A but gets capturated by Banistian(logic)
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Post by: felipe on April 12, 2017, 01:52:24 PM
my system look like interstellar system(in some aspects) XD
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Post by: DenisineD on May 05, 2017, 03:21:35 PM
Hello

Here a Binary Star System which i still have some work to do.
How i made it? with my Accretion disk technique...and i will create the few moons on the same way.
(http://i.imgur.com/3DpkH4x.png)
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Post by: felipe on June 13, 2017, 04:52:41 PM
Here is the closest remake of kerbal space program system that i could do

(some things is not realistic like the atmo pressure to Laythe i put because of the distance and the real atmo pressure to laythe in game is 0.600 atm  and on the remake is around 7 to 8 atm)

Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Shadowgod on June 15, 2017, 08:57:54 PM
a planetary disk of more than 150k bodies making up 3 Jupiters in different materials each with their own range from the star. this is about 2 weeks worth of work mostly because of a few setbacks and remakes. the sim is also very slow. i'll post the actual sim when it gets more developed because it's currently too large.
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Post by: universe on July 03, 2017, 04:38:51 PM
1st is my version of  barnard's star planetary system mostly rocky worlds with a gas giant at the outer edge
2nd is something i just threw together
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Post by: universe on July 05, 2017, 10:09:33 PM
another random system i threw together
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Post by: felipe on July 12, 2017, 04:37:14 PM
I show the Darwin-IV system were is 4 planets and one is habitable but not at all because it oceans evaporated by climate change and Darwin-IV orbit's the large star of a binary solar system called Darwin
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Post by: Luke27262 on August 11, 2017, 04:43:26 AM
Luka System

The Luka System is a unique system that is regarded as one of the most beautiful in the whole universe.
It has around thirteen planets and one comets. It has been nicknamed "The Unlucky Universe" after closer examination by probes and telescopes.

- PLANETS -

1. Askan - It is said to be as old as the sun itself. It's around 1.39 earth sized with a degree of 3836c. The surface is completely molten lava. Thus, making it an horrendous lava waterworld with no chance for life.
 The planet is approximately the closest to the sun.

2. Hotanomai - Initially, it is believed that the planet was much further from the sun was relatively in the habitable zone same as Green. However. Due to it's 1.00 Jupiter size. It was attracted closer to Luka's orbit by a 14th planet in the system that was supposedly a rocky planet that served as a buffer zone between the inhabitable and habitable zone. Shortly after. The planet neared the smaller rocky planet and through unknown means. The rocky planet was somehow crushed by Hotanomai's gravitational force. The remainder of the planet quickly formed a ring around the planet as Hotanomai became a molten lava waterworld just like Askan. It attracted an earth-sized Gas Giant with an habitable zone moon that yielded great scientific facts. The Gas Giant became a moon towards Hotanomai and later was reduced to a small fragment barely noticeable. It retains it's former name "Hotanomai-1". It was ruled completely uninhabitable. It currently is 1700c.

3. Smallameltinc - A lava waterworld with absolutely no chance of survival for anyone. It has a size of 23.9 moon, making it relatively one of the smallest planets in the Luka System. It is uninhabitable. It currently is 1635c.

4. Trustaby - a Rocky planet the size of 1.30 earth. It is much more cooler with a degree of 511c. The surface is able to be seen unlike the first three planets in the Luka System. It has a mars-like landscape and blue streaks around it. The blue streaks appear to be a natural resource that is very much in abundance. It has been called "Blue Oil" not because of it being similar to gasoline but because the Luka system is the only system with "Blue Oil" in it. The planet is not habitable.

5. Cricket - A rocky planet. 1.01 earth sized with 625c as the temp on the planet. It is uninhabitable and possesses no "Blue Oil" but has streaks of an unknown dark red material. Oddly enough.

6. Tarson - A rocky planet. 2.79 earth sized with 401c as temp. It possesses no major resources or significance. It is uninhabitable like the first planets in the system.

7. Greyworld - A rocky planet. 55.8 moon sized with 85c on surface. It's surface is completely covered in "Blue Oil" thus making it a mineral-rich planet that could one day be mined if the miners can get past the hot temp on the planet. It was misnamed because the telescope picked up the blue as Grey instead.

8. Green - A beautiful planet located far enough from Luka to make it habitable. According to early astronomy reports. The planet was supposedly a water world before the water declined somewhat, revealing a brownish-ground. Later, it grew to be green which hints at an thriving ecosystem. It was named Green for it's very beautiful green landscape. Luka appeared to have an influence on the atmosphere by making blue clouds rather than white. It has a good chance of being habitable and is probably already inhabited by some sort of creature (land or underwater.). It is 3.00 Jupiter sized and has a temp of 37.7c.

9.  Dashard - A grey rocky world. 20.0 earth sized with -103 being the temp. It has one moon named Dashard-1, which resembles it greatly but is a lighter color.

10. Bluestorm - It was named Bluestorm for it's originally blue appearance which was marked as beautiful. The planet later had a moon which caused an upsurge in temp to 2195c. It is 20.0 Jupiter. It is a gas giant.

11. Homa - A gas giant that is 3.51 earth sized. It has no notable features.

12. Eye - A large rocky planet that is 1.00 jupiter sized with no major exploitable minerals ad of course, any life due to i being a very cold planet. It was called "Eye" due to it being able to watch the system from afar and not be harmed by any heat or such.

- OTHER -

Luka's Comet - A comet that is in orbit between Bluestorm and Homa.


- SYSTEM PROBLEMS -

Heat - The system has a problem with heat. Being very hot at times in certain places of the system.
Radiation - On unprotected planets. Luka generates a lot of radiation which is so much, it could instantly kill a human. Green and Dashard (Dashard for some reason) are well protected, along with Eye and Homa.


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You'll find a download for the system attached and the photos of the system here:
http://imgur.com/a/rs9ur

Let me know what you guys think.
 
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: SyzygyΣE on August 11, 2017, 05:52:00 AM
Aye, that's quite nice, Luke. I had a look. It might not be 100% realistic in terms of how solar systems can appear, but what's important is that you used your imagination to build your own vision of a star system.

I do have a few tips to give you.

That star is Rigel, isn't it? I could tell immediately. It's nicer to modify some parameters of the star so it's unique. Maybe keep that in mind for next time.

For a comet to be a comet, it should hold an elliptical orbit that brings it close enough to the star that the water in it begins to melt and turn into gas. Otherwise, it is an asteroid. Therefore, adjusting Luka's Comet's eccentricity so that its closest approach to the star heats it to about -20°C to 20°C should be ok.

Bluestorm is very hot because it is Brown Dwarf. Objects above 13 masses of Jupiter are classified as "Brown Dwarfs"—failed stars that do not shine like the stars we know but still emit a lot of heat.

On the planet "Green," you set the atmospheric pressure to be very low. The lower the atmospheric pressure, the lower the temperature water boils. The game doesn't simulate this yet, but if the pressure on Green was so low, water would boil at room temperature, so you wouldn't see the oceans on it.

And yes, radiation is a big problem on these systems. One way you can protect a planet from the star's radiation is if you go to Materials > Magnetic Fields and add a magnetic field.

There are quite a number of little things regarding realism that doesn't quite work in this system, but I didn't dive too deeply into realism aspects because worldbuilding is about constructing your own representation of a system. I have to admit, I am hugely obsessed with the realism of a system, and maybe that's a bad thing because I constrain myself to model off other solar systems we have already discovered, limiting my creativity to a certain extent. Ensuring a system is realistic means I have to invest a tremendous amount of time testing it, especially orbital stability. The star systems I make take about a month to finalise, with a day or two of total playing time. ::)

Nevertheless, if you are interested in knowing more of how a solar system evolves in the real world and try to model that in the game, I'm open for discussion, but maybe not on this thread.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Luke27262 on August 11, 2017, 06:05:36 AM
Aye, that's quite nice, Luke. I had a look. It might not be 100% realistic in terms of how solar systems can appear, but what's important is that you used your imagination to build your own vision of a star system.

I do have a few tips to give you.

That star is Rigel, isn't it? I could tell immediately. It's nicer to modify some parameters of the star so it's unique. Maybe keep that in mind for next time.

For a comet to be a comet, it should hold an elliptical orbit that brings it close enough to the star that the water in it begins to melt and turn into gas. Otherwise, it is an asteroid. Therefore, adjusting Luka's Comet's eccentricity so that its closest approach to the star heats it to about -20°C to 20°C should be ok.

Bluestorm is very hot because it is Brown Dwarf. Objects above 13 masses of Jupiter are classified as "Brown Dwarfs"—failed stars that do not shine like the stars we know but still emit a lot of heat.

On the planet "Green," you set the atmospheric pressure to be very low. The lower the atmospheric pressure, the lower the temperature water boils. The game doesn't simulate this yet, but if the pressure on Green was so low, water would boil at room temperature, so you wouldn't see the oceans on it.

And yes, radiation is a big problem on these systems. One way you can protect a planet from the star's radiation is if you go to Materials > Magnetic Fields and add a magnetic field.

There are quite a number of little things regarding realism that doesn't quite work in this system, but I didn't dive too deeply into realism aspects because worldbuilding is about constructing your own representation of a system. I have to admit, I am hugely obsessed with the realism of a system, and maybe that's a bad thing because I constrain myself to model off other solar systems we have already discovered, limiting my creativity to a certain extent. Ensuring a system is realistic means I have to invest a tremendous amount of time testing it, especially orbital stability. The star systems I make take about a month to finalise, with a day or two of total playing time. ::)

Nevertheless, if you are interested in knowing more of how a solar system evolves in the real world and try to model that in the game, I'm open for discussion, but maybe not on this thread.

I'll PM you on how to contact me privately to discuss Luka.
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Post by: Luke27262 on August 11, 2017, 10:11:05 AM
Medina System

The Medina system was named by Saudi Arabian scientists who discovered it in 2032 after the launch of NASA's DeepSpace Telescope which allowed never before seen star systems to be seen. The Saudi Team quickly discovered a system not too far away from Sol which was pretty basic and almost resembled earths in a way. It was named Medina after the Saudi city of Medina.

- PLANETS

Narkin - The first planet to be discovered and admittedly, the hottest and ugliest. It comprises of a scratched vomit-yellow surface with what appears to be an unknown blue element scattered around the planet.
So far, Narkin is the only planet that has this unknown blue element in this system. It reaches well above 1000c. Not a whole lot is known about it besides it was not that close to Medina until the original planets nearby crashed in to eachother which dragged Narkin closer from the habitable zone. It lost it's atmosphere and magnetic field quickly and became a hot-zone.

Mecca - Second planet to be discovered. Named after Saudi Arabia's holiest city. Admittedly, also the most beautiful. It has flowing oceans of H20 and what appears to be grass, some flat-lands and snow-capped mountains hinting that there's seasons and of course a diverse weather system on Mecca which by far makes it the most unique planet in the whole system. It is around 19c. The planet has always been in the habitable zone and is rumored to be as old as the sun itself. Despite changes around it, it has always remained in a consistent orbit. Whether it's by pure luck or alien technology. Who knows?

Alas - Third planet to be discovered, named Alas after.. you know, alas. Well. Basically, it's an desert planet that is around -150c and has an atmosphere. Technically, it used to be habitable until it was pulled from it's habitable zone orbit by a far larger gas-giant in Medina's system which vanished sometime later through luck for Mecca and Alas or by some sort of Alien technology?


MEDINA SYSTEM PHOTOS

http://imgur.com/a/YhdHD



Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: tesco on August 11, 2017, 11:05:13 AM
Medina System

The Medina system was named by Saudi Arabian scientists who discovered it in 2032 after the launch of NASA's DeepSpace Telescope which allowed never before seen star systems to be seen. The Saudi Team quickly discovered a system not too far away from Sol which was pretty basic and almost resembled earths in a way. It was named Medina after the Saudi city of Medina.

- PLANETS

Narkin - The first planet to be discovered and admittedly, the hottest and ugliest. It comprises of a scratched vomit-yellow surface with what appears to be an unknown blue element scattered around the planet.
So far, Narkin is the only planet that has this unknown blue element in this system. It reaches well above 1000c. Not a whole lot is known about it besides it was not that close to Medina until the original planets nearby crashed in to eachother which dragged Narkin closer from the habitable zone. It lost it's atmosphere and magnetic field quickly and became a hot-zone.

Mecca - Second planet to be discovered. Named after Saudi Arabia's holiest city. Admittedly, also the most beautiful. It has flowing oceans of H20 and what appears to be grass, some flat-lands and snow-capped mountains hinting that there's seasons and of course a diverse weather system on Mecca which by far makes it the most unique planet in the whole system. It is around 19c. The planet has always been in the habitable zone and is rumored to be as old as the sun itself. Despite changes around it, it has always remained in a consistent orbit. Whether it's by pure luck or alien technology. Who knows?

Alas - Third planet to be discovered, named Alas after.. you know, alas. Well. Basically, it's an desert planet that is around -150c and has an atmosphere. Technically, it used to be habitable until it was pulled from it's habitable zone orbit by a far larger gas-giant in Medina's system which vanished sometime later through luck for Mecca and Alas or by some sort of Alien technology?


MEDINA SYSTEM PHOTOS

http://imgur.com/a/YhdHD




Vomit yellow!! mmhmm.
Do you have any comets or an asteroid belt? That'd be pretty cool to add
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Post by: SyzygyΣE on August 11, 2017, 08:02:16 PM
ARIST SYSTEM


GALLERY (http://imgur.com/a/DJ2b4)

DOWNLOAD LOCATED AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS POST


SYSTEM SUMMARY
Arist is a fairly old single-star system, consisting of a K-type main-sequence star, 7 planets, and hundreds of moons and minor planets. The system shares a surprising amount of similarity to the solar system, though more compact owing to the star's lower gravitational attraction. Despite being double the age of the solar system, the longevity of K-type stars means that Arist will still shine and remain stable for billions of years more, its habitable zone a prime location for life to thrive and develop.

ARIST
Arist is the lone star of the Arist system. At 0.705 times the mass of the Sun and 0.679 times its radius, Arist is a K-type main-sequence star. It houses an extensive system comparable to the solar system, though more compact. Arist has shone for 9.44 billion years, slightly more than twice the age of the Sun. Its lower mass and hence slower rate of consuming its fuel are sufficient for about another 14.5 billion years of light and warmth until it fades away at 24 billion years of age.

Although the star is around 70% of the Sun's mass, its luminosity is only 17.6% of the solar system's star. Its surface temperature is also over 1000°C cooler than the Sun, at 4291°C.

ACISENRIND
Acisenrind is the innermost planet of the system. It can be considered quite a close parallel to Mercury, except for its size. Acisenrind is 0.83 times the mass of the Earth and 0.957 times Earth's radius (6094 km).

Due to the more compact nature of the Arist system, Acisenrind whips around its star in 10.2 days and has become tidally locked. As a result, the day side temperature is locked to 340°C, and the night side plunges to below zero and remains thus.

A thin band around the terminator of the planet—where day meets night—would maintain temperatures similar to Earth. However, the lack of an atmosphere and the constant bombardment of Arist's solar wind means that Acisenrind has long lost virtually all of its water, and is hence not at all habitable.

While Acisenrind is not as hot as Mercury or Venus, the closer proximity to its star means stronger solar winds, which strips away material from the planet's surface. The current rate of this mass loss is 2800 kg/s. Therefore, Acisenrind is shrinking, but at the current rate, Arist would long be a dead star before all of Acisenrind's mass is lost. Once Arist reaches the end of its life, Acisenrind will only have lost 0.03% of its mass to the solar wind. Really lets you appreciate just how big these planets are.

ACISENRIND
The second planet from Arist is slightly smaller than Acisenrind, at 0.76 times the mass of the Earth with a radius of 5945 km. However, the two planets share a similar composition and their surface features are very much alike.

With an orbit of 47.1 days, Acisenusuk is just far enough away not to be tidally locked but has developed a 2:3 resonance with the star. That is, for every 2 orbits around Arist, Acisenusuk rotates on its axis 3 times. The time required for one rotation is therefore 31.4 days.

Temperatures on the day side are about 91°C, with night also causing a plunge into sub-zero temperatures. Like Acisenrind, Acisenusuk has lost all of its water except for some ices hidden in the depths of craters.

JASUSBULA
Meet the 3rd planet from Arist, a desert world on the inner edge of the habitable zone—Jasusbula. Slightly more massive than Earth, the planet is covered in shifting sands, dunes, and arid plateaus.

These clouds are deceitful—for they contain very minimal water, but a number of other substances. They should not be blue, but Universe Sandbox ² does not yet support changing atmosphere colour and atmospheric composition, and so I've had to make do with what I had.

In the ancient past, liquid water did indeed exist on the surface of Jasusbula, the evidence being a number of dry riverbeds and valleys carved by water. However, at the inner edge of the habitable zone, water was not exactly plentiful in the first place. On top of this, Arist was also much cooler and less luminous in its first billion years or so of its life. Stars gradually increase their luminosity as they age. Therefore, as time passed, Arist gradually increased luminosity, meaning a greater amount of energy and solar wind hitting Jasusbula, causing increased water loss. Over the next few billion years, surface water gradually disappeared from the planet, rendering the surface quite inhospitable. Some water has been able to avoid the fate of being stripped from the planet. These reservoirs are now trapped underground in subterranean lakes and rivers.

It is to the credit of the planet's magnetic field that no more of the water has been lost to the solar wind. Jasusbula still retains a molten core and has a fairly fast rotation rate. One day here is 3.32 Earth days. As a result, a magnetic field was able to develop and divert a portion of the star's charged particles, which are capable of blasting water away from the planet. If not for the magnetic field, the water on Jasusbula would certainly have been lost much faster, not to mention that a greater portion would have been lost.

Would life be able to survive in Jasusbula's underground water reservoirs? Whether it may or not, an advanced civilisation is unlikely to evolve here.

TROSUSLIA
Situated in the middle of Arist's habitable zone lies Trosuslia, a relatively small Super-Earth weighing in at 2.23 Earth masses and a radius of 8089km. In contrast to Jasusbula, Trosuslia is the only planet with liquid water oceans, as well as life evidently on its surface.

Though it is also a blue planet, it does not share a lot of similarities compared to Earth. A day on Trosuslia is about 2.5 Earth days. Seasons are a little more than half as long as our home planet. New human arrivals would have to take some time to adjust to the higher gravity. With an atmosphere that is 143% as heavy as Earth, living in a world with higher atmospheric pressures would also take some getting used to. Only the average temperature is relatively unchanged compared to the Earth. Trosuslia's average surface temperature is 16–17°C, compared to Earth's 15°C. While this may not seem like a lot, if Earth's average temperature is 1°C warmer than it is now, sea levels would rise by 6 metres, swamping many low-lying areas. Taking this into account, Trosuslia, therefore, does not have extensive ice caps.

The large mass of Trosuslia allowed itself to sweep up most of the water present in the habitable zone during its formation. Its gravity well also attracted many small bodies containing water that was sent towards the inner Arist system by the gas and ice giants in its early days. A greater amount of its surface is covered by water compared to Earth, and it is not far from being an ocean planet with no landmasses. The high gravity of Trosuslia means that mountains cannot grow very tall before collapsing on themselves, and therefore much of the surface is covered by low-lying archipelagos.

Although there are no signs of advanced civilisations on Trosuslia, life has most definitely taken a foothold. The low-lying archipelagos are dominated by lush forests and plains, providing support to a complex and diverse biosphere. Even though Trosuslia is over twice as old as the Earth, life has had a difficult time emerging due to a multitude of severe extinction events in much of its history. It's large gravity well attracts more potentially hazardous asteroids capable of inducing such extinctions. The high mass and size of Trosuslia also mean that there is much more remnant heat in its interior than Earth, leading to periodic planet-wide eruption events, throwing up dust and blocking the star's light. It was only after about 6 billion years after its formation that impact events were not so frequent and eruptions were not so widespread.

After this time, unicellular organisms were finally able to flourish for extended periods. They did exist before this time but kept experiencing extinction events that prevented them from developing further. At around 8.5 billion years of age, the first multicellular organisms appeared in the oceans. At 8.9 billion years old, life finally made the move onto land. Now, at 9.44 billion years, both land and sea house an extensive array of biota, with their complexity and evolution showing no sign of slowing down lest another major extinction event should occur.

Like the Earth-Moon system, a relatively large moon also orbits Trosuslia. However, whereas Earth is 81 times more massive than the Moon, Trosuslia is 206 times as massive as its companion—Trosuslia I. It is believed this moon also formed via a gigantic collision early in Trosuslia's history.

On Earth, the Moon has a stabilising effect on its axial tilt, stopping the Earth from tilting erratically and keeping the climate relatively level. Although Trosuslia I is much less massive compared to its orbital parent, it also achieves the same effect, but to a lesser extent.

Compared to the monthly orbit of our Moon, Trosuslia I orbital period is only about 11 days. As a result, it appears larger in Trosuslia's sky than the Moon appears in Earth's sky, and is responsible for somewhat more prominent tides on the ocean planet.

DINURU
Behold the first gas giant of the Arist system—Dinuru. Though it is certainly more massive than any terrestrial planet in the system and 12 times as massive as Trosuslia, at 27.3 Earth masses, it really isn't very impressive in the grand scale of things. By comparison, Saturn has 95.2 Earth masses. Nevertheless, it is the most massive planet in the system.

Dinuru is largely composed of hydrogen, with the gas accounting for 74% of its total mass. Water is more abundant beyond the habitable zone, and so 19% of its composition is composed of water.

All three gas giants of the Arist system have developed ring systems. The rings of Dinuru are almost entirely made of silicates.

It should be noted that Dinuru's size—or rather lack of size—is partly responsible for life having a rough start on Trosuslia. In our solar system, Jupiter acts like a cosmic vacuum, diverting potentially hazardous asteroids away from Earth. Dinuru does not have sufficient mass to act as a very effective shielder to Trosuslia.

Dinuru boasts 47 moons, the greatest number of moons of any planet in the Arist system. However, only the innermost moons and moons of radius 100 km or greater have been displayed in the simulation. This is to avoid cluttering up the system and slowing down the simulation.

At about 1 million kilometres from Diniru orbits Dinuru VII, a moon 2.52 times more massive than our Moon. The tidal forces between it and the gas giant create internal heating and a weak magnetic field to develop, shielding the moon from solar winds. Dinuru VII also lies within Dinuru's magnetic field for a portion of its orbit. Solar wind strips away atmospheric particles, but these shielding factors allow it to retain a relatively thick atmosphere compared to other moons and even some ice on its surface.

However, with a temperature of -140°C, it is unlikely for life to develop here. Whereas moons like Europa in the solar system could have an ocean under the ice, the ice for Dinuru VII is thin compared to moons like Europa, meaning there is no ocean for organisms to seek refuge in.

ROTULIS
The second gaseous planet from Arist is more closely related to Uranus and Neptune than Saturn or Jupiter. At 16.2 Earth masses, it is slightly more massive than Uranus but slightly less massive than Neptune. However, where both Uranus and Neptune are made of more than 80% water, Rotulis has hydrogen and water in more or less equal proportions, allocating it the title of being a hybrid of gas and ice giant.

Aside from these characteristics, there's nothing too different here than to Dinuru. Granted, it is certainly colder, with the temperature at Rotulis being -180°C, but the sights and experiences one would expect to see here are quite similar.

The Rotulis system contains 39 moons. Only the innermost moons and moons of radius 100 km or greater are simulated.

CHARILIA
The outermost planet of Arist and also the last of the giant planets is Charilia, and the only true ice giant of the system, with its composition made of 66% water. With a mass of 13.3 Earths, it is less massive than either Uranus or Neptune. However, its high axial tilt gives its system a somewhat analogous appearance to Uranus.

Due to the compact nature of the Arist system, Charilia would occupy about the same orbit of Jupiter should it be relocated to our solar system.

The Charilia system is heavily shrouded by icy materials. The temperatures of -200°C here allow massive amounts of ice to exist, both in the planet and within its moon systems. Some moons contain an icy crust up to hundreds of kilometres thick, most notably on Charilia VII, VIII and IX. Despite this, it is believed that Charilia offers too little tidal heating to produce liquid water oceans under the crust of ice like on Europa. The ice is likely frozen almost entirely the way through to the mantle of the moons, reducing the chance of marine organisms surviving under the ice.

The Charilia system contains 36 moons. Only the innermost moons and moons of radius 100 km or greater are simulated.

DWARF PLANETS
A number of dwarf planets and minor planets orbit Arist. Of these, there are two notable members in the inner asteroid belt between Trosuslia and Dinuru. Both have a radius of about 500 km.

It is believed that the asteroid belt was unable to form an entirely new planet because of gravitational perturbations from Dinuru. This is similar to the case of Jupiter in our solar system. Although Dinuru is less massive than Jupiter, the compact orbits of Arist ensure its gravity still has a role in preventing planet formation around the outer edge of the habitable zone.

More dwarf planets exist beyond the orbit of Charilia than in the inner Arist system. This region contains another asteroid belt, analogous to the Kuiper Belt in our solar system. Due to its distance from Arist, objects here are mostly made from icy materials.

Only dwarf planets with a radius of 450 km or more are displayed in the simulation. There are hundreds more with radius 100–400km, but adding so many would be a heavy burden on the simulation.

COMETS
Most comets in the Arist system originate from the asteroid belt beyond Charilia. Notable members include Comets Adtel, Eaphus, Uephus and Esmilles. All four are known to produce impressive tails on their close approaches to the star, and all four are periodic comets, capable of being seen more than three times in a human's lifetime.

The display of the comets is expected to continue as long as they contain icy volatiles on their surface. Esmilles has the closest orbit to Arist and is expected to exhaust its volatiles first, but not before it completes another few thousand orbits around the star.

The Arist system does contain more than these four comets, and even an Oort Cloud far beyond the orbits of the planets. Long period comets from there could take thousands to hundreds of thousands of years to orbit. However, these are not simulated to avoid cluttering.

TIPS

CREATOR'S NOTES
My worldbuilding project after the previous Sorr system is now complete. ;D This system took about a day's worth of total playing time to create, split over the course of a month. While the previous binary system—Sorr—was not a bad creation, I had begun to notice some very unrealistic portions of the creation seeping through. Arist may not be as spectacular in that it does not have two stars, but my ultimate aim in worldbuilding is to build star systems so realistic, you begin to wonder if I replicated an exoplanet system we've already discovered in real life.

These systems are certainly fictional and based off of my imagination, but my methodology is to tinker with the system for the longest while, fixing little things until I am satisfied with its realism. Some of these little things you may not even notice. Orbital resonance is included in Arist. Albedo has been taken into consideration. The orbits of planets all have a certain degree of eccentricity and inclination to model the real world. Even the magnetic pole angle has been altered on objects with a magnetic field, despite it not having any effect yet in the game.

I'd appreciate any suggestions as to how I may be able to improve future systems beyond this.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Luke27262 on August 12, 2017, 01:04:19 AM
Medina System

The Medina system was named by Saudi Arabian scientists who discovered it in 2032 after the launch of NASA's DeepSpace Telescope which allowed never before seen star systems to be seen. The Saudi Team quickly discovered a system not too far away from Sol which was pretty basic and almost resembled earths in a way. It was named Medina after the Saudi city of Medina.

- PLANETS

Narkin - The first planet to be discovered and admittedly, the hottest and ugliest. It comprises of a scratched vomit-yellow surface with what appears to be an unknown blue element scattered around the planet.
So far, Narkin is the only planet that has this unknown blue element in this system. It reaches well above 1000c. Not a whole lot is known about it besides it was not that close to Medina until the original planets nearby crashed in to eachother which dragged Narkin closer from the habitable zone. It lost it's atmosphere and magnetic field quickly and became a hot-zone.

Mecca - Second planet to be discovered. Named after Saudi Arabia's holiest city. Admittedly, also the most beautiful. It has flowing oceans of H20 and what appears to be grass, some flat-lands and snow-capped mountains hinting that there's seasons and of course a diverse weather system on Mecca which by far makes it the most unique planet in the whole system. It is around 19c. The planet has always been in the habitable zone and is rumored to be as old as the sun itself. Despite changes around it, it has always remained in a consistent orbit. Whether it's by pure luck or alien technology. Who knows?

Alas - Third planet to be discovered, named Alas after.. you know, alas. Well. Basically, it's an desert planet that is around -150c and has an atmosphere. Technically, it used to be habitable until it was pulled from it's habitable zone orbit by a far larger gas-giant in Medina's system which vanished sometime later through luck for Mecca and Alas or by some sort of Alien technology?


MEDINA SYSTEM PHOTOS

http://imgur.com/a/YhdHD




Vomit yellow!! mmhmm.
Do you have any comets or an asteroid belt? That'd be pretty cool to add

Not yet. I plan on adding more stuff to it soon like that.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Luke27262 on August 12, 2017, 08:18:38 AM
Darkin System

The Darkin system was formed around 4 billion years ago. It has two habitable bodies in it's system and a multidue of other rare planets that have never been discovered before. It proves to be a promising system that has potential for a lot of research and possibly future colonization.

- PLANETS -

Tuneme - A planet that is rocky. It has a gray surface that is beautiful due to the molten lava seas on the planet that are all over the planet. It's around 2.66 earth-sized and as well as 943c. Making it the hottest planet in the system. It is also the first planet.

Flupi - Rocky planet that has beautiful blues mixed in to grays. It is 20.5 moon sized, making it the smallest in the system. It's temp is 273c.

Obius - A desert planet that is 97c. It has an atmosphere and an magnetic sphere. The planet once resided in the habitable zone of the Darkin system but was dragged further out of it in to the red-zone. But as a result. It has not lost it's magnetic sphere or atmosphere. It appears to have an cratered and scratched surface, indicating that the planet had went through a bombardment of meteors or some sort of objects. It once harbored desert life very similar to our own, but different in it's own form. It still does harbor life but most of it has moved deep underground. Invertebrate insect-like creatures reside deep down beneath the surface in the cool underground tunnels of Obius. It's around 55 moon size.

Lucifer - A fiery red planet that has an atmosphere and magnetosphere and of course, a fiery-blue ring to go with it. The planet's ground is red, no matter what elevation of the planet and the temp of the planet is no joke either. 118c is the Surface temp. Making it the last hottest planet in the Darkin system, but also the creepiest. Life has not existed on the planet.

Deep - A water world that has a surface temp of 19c. A beautiful blue planet when observed and also has a beautiful sunset and sunrise thanks to the blue sun. The planet has an atmosphere and magnetosphere that protects it well from any harm. Life exists on the planet of Deep. With various underwater features such as caves, abysses, coral, etc. It has various life on the planet but the definition of life on the planet Deep is.. horrifying to what we would call "sea-monsters". There are three big predators bigger than the blue whales on Earth and numerous subpredators and the alike on the planet. It is the biggest planet in the system.
Dune - A desert moon to Deep. It also has an atmosphere, magnetosphere. It has some oceans flowing around the planet. Alien life exists on the moon in the form of the same giant insects that inhabit Obius and giant worms that hide underground and monkey-like creatures that are possibly in the stages of evolution to become a more sentient species.

Retan - A planet that has only one season. Winter. It constantly snows and maintains a temp of 152c. It is the coldest in the system and of course, it has an atmosphere and magnetosphere. It has no life but it's snow is just like Earths. envision a snow-covered earth where it constantly snows. Up to 7 feet of snow lands upon Retan everyday.

- OTHER -

Jumbo's comet. A comet that comes close to Darkin a lot. It has no other notable features.


http://imgur.com/a/YJuGp


 
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Pizzaeater1K on August 15, 2017, 05:41:05 AM
Darkin System

The Darkin system was formed around 4 billion years ago. It has two habitable bodies in it's system and a multidue of other rare planets that have never been discovered before. It proves to be a promising system that has potential for a lot of research and possibly future colonization.

- PLANETS -

Tuneme - A planet that is rocky. It has a gray surface that is beautiful due to the molten lava seas on the planet that are all over the planet. It's around 2.66 earth-sized and as well as 943c. Making it the hottest planet in the system. It is also the first planet.

Flupi - Rocky planet that has beautiful blues mixed in to grays. It is 20.5 moon sized, making it the smallest in the system. It's temp is 273c.

Obius - A desert planet that is 97c. It has an atmosphere and an magnetic sphere. The planet once resided in the habitable zone of the Darkin system but was dragged further out of it in to the red-zone. But as a result. It has not lost it's magnetic sphere or atmosphere. It appears to have an cratered and scratched surface, indicating that the planet had went through a bombardment of meteors or some sort of objects. It once harbored desert life very similar to our own, but different in it's own form. It still does harbor life but most of it has moved deep underground. Invertebrate insect-like creatures reside deep down beneath the surface in the cool underground tunnels of Obius. It's around 55 moon size.

Lucifer - A fiery red planet that has an atmosphere and magnetosphere and of course, a fiery-blue ring to go with it. The planet's ground is red, no matter what elevation of the planet and the temp of the planet is no joke either. 118c is the Surface temp. Making it the last hottest planet in the Darkin system, but also the creepiest. Life has not existed on the planet.

Deep - A water world that has a surface temp of 19c. A beautiful blue planet when observed and also has a beautiful sunset and sunrise thanks to the blue sun. The planet has an atmosphere and magnetosphere that protects it well from any harm. Life exists on the planet of Deep. With various underwater features such as caves, abysses, coral, etc. It has various life on the planet but the definition of life on the planet Deep is.. horrifying to what we would call "sea-monsters". There are three big predators bigger than the blue whales on Earth and numerous subpredators and the alike on the planet. It is the biggest planet in the system.
Dune - A desert moon to Deep. It also has an atmosphere, magnetosphere. It has some oceans flowing around the planet. Alien life exists on the moon in the form of the same giant insects that inhabit Obius and giant worms that hide underground and monkey-like creatures that are possibly in the stages of evolution to become a more sentient species.

Retan - A planet that has only one season. Winter. It constantly snows and maintains a temp of 152c. It is the coldest in the system and of course, it has an atmosphere and magnetosphere. It has no life but it's snow is just like Earths. envision a snow-covered earth where it constantly snows. Up to 7 feet of snow lands upon Retan everyday.

- OTHER -

Jumbo's comet. A comet that comes close to Darkin a lot. It has no other notable features.


http://imgur.com/a/YJuGp


 
Wait, 152c? Dont you mean -152c?
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Luke27262 on August 15, 2017, 08:00:47 AM
Darkin System

The Darkin system was formed around 4 billion years ago. It has two habitable bodies in it's system and a multidue of other rare planets that have never been discovered before. It proves to be a promising system that has potential for a lot of research and possibly future colonization.

- PLANETS -

Tuneme - A planet that is rocky. It has a gray surface that is beautiful due to the molten lava seas on the planet that are all over the planet. It's around 2.66 earth-sized and as well as 943c. Making it the hottest planet in the system. It is also the first planet.

Flupi - Rocky planet that has beautiful blues mixed in to grays. It is 20.5 moon sized, making it the smallest in the system. It's temp is 273c.

Obius - A desert planet that is 97c. It has an atmosphere and an magnetic sphere. The planet once resided in the habitable zone of the Darkin system but was dragged further out of it in to the red-zone. But as a result. It has not lost it's magnetic sphere or atmosphere. It appears to have an cratered and scratched surface, indicating that the planet had went through a bombardment of meteors or some sort of objects. It once harbored desert life very similar to our own, but different in it's own form. It still does harbor life but most of it has moved deep underground. Invertebrate insect-like creatures reside deep down beneath the surface in the cool underground tunnels of Obius. It's around 55 moon size.

Lucifer - A fiery red planet that has an atmosphere and magnetosphere and of course, a fiery-blue ring to go with it. The planet's ground is red, no matter what elevation of the planet and the temp of the planet is no joke either. 118c is the Surface temp. Making it the last hottest planet in the Darkin system, but also the creepiest. Life has not existed on the planet.

Deep - A water world that has a surface temp of 19c. A beautiful blue planet when observed and also has a beautiful sunset and sunrise thanks to the blue sun. The planet has an atmosphere and magnetosphere that protects it well from any harm. Life exists on the planet of Deep. With various underwater features such as caves, abysses, coral, etc. It has various life on the planet but the definition of life on the planet Deep is.. horrifying to what we would call "sea-monsters". There are three big predators bigger than the blue whales on Earth and numerous subpredators and the alike on the planet. It is the biggest planet in the system.
Dune - A desert moon to Deep. It also has an atmosphere, magnetosphere. It has some oceans flowing around the planet. Alien life exists on the moon in the form of the same giant insects that inhabit Obius and giant worms that hide underground and monkey-like creatures that are possibly in the stages of evolution to become a more sentient species.

Retan - A planet that has only one season. Winter. It constantly snows and maintains a temp of 152c. It is the coldest in the system and of course, it has an atmosphere and magnetosphere. It has no life but it's snow is just like Earths. envision a snow-covered earth where it constantly snows. Up to 7 feet of snow lands upon Retan everyday.

- OTHER -

Jumbo's comet. A comet that comes close to Darkin a lot. It has no other notable features.


http://imgur.com/a/YJuGp


 
Wait, 152c? Dont you mean -152c?

Yeah my bad. I was trying to go for a Hoth-like planet but make it more earth like.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: universe on August 15, 2017, 01:26:37 PM
lots of systems but i don't remember what's in them anymore  :(
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: universe on August 17, 2017, 10:44:41 PM
The first is almost entire rocky worlds . The second is entirely rocky worlds
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Vapor on August 19, 2017, 11:32:05 AM
Vernusta System
Consisted of 3 planets with 5 moons total

Intro
Vernusta system is similar to Sol System, having 1 Earth-like planet with intelligent life. The system is located 553.2 light years away from Sol.

Vernusta

(http://i.imgur.com/KiJpRso.png)

A star just like the sun, but it's 140% heavier and 4 times brighter. Temp is 6812K (6538.85°C).

Efithra

(http://i.imgur.com/laGw8e0.png)

Efithra is the first planet in Vernusta system. It's located 138,671,520km(0.93 AU) from Vernusta.

It's 2.13 heavier than Earth, radius being 8,133 km. Rotation period is 1.28 years, longer than orbital period (275 days).

Due to its close range, Efithra has became hottest planet on the system. Its atmosphere is consisted mostly of carbon dioxide, with few amounts of hydrogen sulfide, methane, and water vapour.

As it has the high atmospheric pressure (33.3 atm) surface temp rises up to 430°C. Surface cannot be seen from naked eyes because of thick clouds.

The planet was once habitable, but became deadly as Vernusta got hotter over time.

Discita

(http://i.imgur.com/s74L2A1.png)

Discita is an asteroid that was originally in asteroid belt, but somehow got captured by Efithra.

Mass is 9.83E+17kg, radius 39.2 km, rotational period 342 days, orbital period 1.42 days (located 62,723 km away).

Since it's very small Discita is hard to see in Efithra even with a telescope. Some evidence suggests it will merge with Efithra millions of years later.

Tonitu

(http://i.imgur.com/rH3Hgjm.png)
Tonitu in daytime.

(http://i.imgur.com/a65On3G.png)
Night, notice the little lights coming out from alien city.

(http://i.imgur.com/WfuVxft.png)
Night sky of Tonitu.

Tonitu is the second planet in Vernusta system. Its appearance is very similar to Earth, which comes from the fact that Tonitu IS the second Earth. ESI is 0.912.

Tonitu is 1.04 times heavier than Earth, radius 6,490 km, atmospheric pressure 1.02 atm, rotational period 1.10 days, orbital period 3.74 years (located 2.69 AU away).

Surface temp is estimated to be about from 23.2°C to 31.2 °C.

Its atmosphere is very similar to those on Earth, only exception being Tonitu has more carbon dioxide which can be lethal to lives on Earth.

The planet is mostly consisted of rainforests, with extremely large vegetation thanks to high percentage of carbon dioxide. Occasional storms can be seen during summer.

Not only it has wild animals and its own ecosystem, this planet also has intelligent aliens similar to mankind. Their heights are slightly small compared to humans since Tonitu's gravity is more stronger. Technology are far more advanced than humans; They're able to travel faster than light with warp drives. They've already colonized some planets beyond Vernusta system. 

Their cultures are quite similar to humans; each individual has its own free will and able to act themselves. To prohibit themselves from attacking other alien lives, it has strict law to forbid meeting or communicating with any aliens.

Tonitu has two moons. Both are heavier and larger than our Luna.

Lunev

(http://i.imgur.com/akjXT29.png)

Lunev is the first moon of Tonitu.

It's 2.36 times heavier than Luna, radius 1,926km, rotational period 189 days, oribtial period 2.96 days, located 91,215km away.

Notice the surface being very similar to Lunar. This is because it had a great impact billions of years ago.

Because it's relatively large and close to Tonitu, it creates massive tidal waves compared to Earth. This also creates magnetic field of Tonitu as it heats up the planet.

Icitianae

(http://i.imgur.com/NGQbndA.png)

Icitianae is the second moon of Tonitu. Not much is known about this moon as it's far away and has no special features.

Mass is 1.11 times the Lunar, radius 1617 km, rotational period 215 days, orbital period 7.27 days, located 165,263 km away.

Albedo is quite low. Surface is mostly made up with iron oxide, making the moon look reddish.

Tascianus

(http://i.imgur.com/ZZz9X7z.png)

(http://i.imgur.com/PqwatgY.png)
Tascianus seen from Climanqu

Tascianus is the third and largest planet in the system. This planet's surface is filled 100% with water, aka. the ocean planet.

Despite being far away from habitable zone, water can still exist as liquid because of its thick atmosphere. Atmospheric pressure is estimated to be 29.5 atm, surface temperature being about 66.5°C.

Mass is 15.5 times Earth, radius 17735 km, rotational period 11.5 hours, orbital period 16.4 years, located 7.21 AU away.

It looks peaceful from outside, but you'll change your mind when you actually land on this planet. Because of its super fast rotational speed, a huge storm is frequently happening inside. This storm's wind might tear you apart and even if you survive this the pressure would crush you anyway.

This planet has no life at all because of hot temperature and stormy weather.

Tascianus originally had 5 moons, but only 2 survived as all other moons came too close to Tascianus and were ripped into pieces. A gigantic ring was formed during this event.

Climanqu

(http://i.imgur.com/J661L26.png)

Climanqu is the first moon of Tascianus. It's appearance is very similar to Jupiter's Europa and Neptune's Triton.

Mass is 2.72 times Lunar, radius 1,866 km, rotational period 344 days, orbital period 2.12 days, located 173,844 km away.

Tascianus has massive gravity and heats up this moon. Water might exist under the icy surface because of this.

Fitiapi

(http://i.imgur.com/OGq84l1.png)

Fitiapi is the second moon of Tascianus. It's very large compared to other moons on the system.

Mass is 67.9 times moon, radius 5,353 km, rotational period 228 days, orbital period 10.4 days, located 511,097 km away.

Also notice the red atmosphere that makes up the moon. Atmospheric pressure is estimated to be about 1.02 atm, even stronger than Earth's. This is possible since its surface temp is very low (-106 °C).

Atmosphere is mostly consisted of nitrogen, carbon dioxide and very few amounts of helium.

Fitiapi has its own magnetic field.

I've attached the simulation below.

Note: there is also asteroid belt and comet cloud, but got rid of it since it makes the system to look ugly + I'm too lazy to explain all of it.

Keep in mind that all planets' data are modified and it's not possible to have thick atmosphere or night side lights when created randomly. Also night side lights are somewhat missing in actual simulation, idk why this happens but will try to fix it. Orbits are quite unstable so be careful when you accelerate time. Some planets and moons can be different from this post, maybe I'll fix it.

Original gallery : https://imgur.com/a/jQlGQ (https://imgur.com/a/jQlGQ)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: SyzygyΣE on August 19, 2017, 12:11:02 PM
Very nice build Vapor. Would you be able to inform me how you've modified those objects? I've tried opening the planet files but it comes up as a jumble of text. This is something I've always wanted to do to improve my systems' realism but didn't know how.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Vapor on August 19, 2017, 12:22:19 PM
Very nice build Vapor. Would you be able to inform me how you've modified those objects? I've tried opening the planet files but it comes up as a jumble of text. This is something I've always wanted to do to improve my systems' realism but didn't know how.

Well I am actually planning to create a new topic about editing objects.

It's not that hard. All you need to do is to save object and tweak body.json with notepad! Simple huh?

Anyway I'm still not sure about some functions and have to investigate on it. I'll talk about this soon.
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Post by: felipe on August 20, 2017, 02:05:25 AM
somehow Tascianus remember me Uranus and Neptune
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Post by: felipe on August 20, 2017, 04:35:09 AM
Here is the Bonfnus system

(note: some of the bosied i will not say because i put they just to make what a star system NEED to look like or is decoration)

Picto and Irimampo these 2 planet are the hottest ones there is no atmosphere but some how Irimapo has an magnectic field Atitian scientists think that is by the RICH iron core

Cust a ocean plant that does not have life because of it weak magnectic field the radiation is punishing the planet so Cust is a diyng planet

Atitas the homeworld of Atitians a rece that can get 0.87 meters tall and the incredible thing is that this planet has a moon that has a moon nobody know how but is intresting

Laequir and Anax these 2 buddies are a binary dwarf planets like charon and pluto

Juop and it moons system this big gas giant has 6 moons and one of them has liquid water and if you ask yourself why is because wen this moon was formed it passed near Juop and colected it carbon rich exosphere (not the entire)

Xego-I and Xego-II these binary ice giants encountered each other in the past so this how they are binary and is a UNSTABLE orbit so there can be a collision the atitians scientists though that in the next millions year the possibilite could get of 80%

Virinis a hidden planet in one of the most outer area in the system it has 3 moons and atitian think there could hav liquid methane but is quite hard because of it Uranian inclination

CKO-20ORF a dwarf planet with a high ecentric orbit atitians belive that this dwarf planet get an ecounter with Virinis


and an atitian think that might be an 10th body on the system that is an bronw dwarf with a planet but he dint get and name for the 2 bodies
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Post by: felipe on August 20, 2017, 04:38:37 AM
sorry a added 2 because i edited to fix 2 things and sorry for my bad english im brazilian
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Post by: universe on August 22, 2017, 10:11:39 PM
more simulations
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Post by: universe on October 27, 2017, 10:14:46 PM
four new systems
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Post by: felipe on November 11, 2017, 10:22:39 AM
my version of our solar system
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Post by: Austritistanian on November 21, 2017, 02:32:47 AM
I am currently making a quintuple star system (With planets of course), it's almost finished, probably will be done next day
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Post by: Austritistanian on November 24, 2017, 02:09:06 AM
Pneumake and Victolfia

(https://imgur.com/kyfIq9m.png)

The Pneumake and Victolfian system is regarded as being the most exotic system in the Milky Way galaxy. It consists of 5 stars, 20 planets, 5 of which are habitable, and a total of 38 moons

Pneumake

The Pneumakean system formed from a gas cloud some 32.4 million years ago. It consists of the two brightest and most massive stars: Pneumake A and Pneumake B, along with the lesser massive and fainter Pneumake C

Pneumake A
Pneumake A is the brightest and most massive star in the whole system. It's a B-type blue giant with 8.23x the mass of the sun, and it is 13,000x brighter than the sun. Since it is the most masssive star, it is currently undergoing significant mass loss, and will go supernova in a little over 10 million years.

Pneumake B
Pneumake B is the second brightest and most massive star in the whole system, seperated 152 AU away from Pneumake A. It is a B-type main sequence star with the mass of around 2.02 suns.

Pneumake C
Pneumake C is the smallest and faintest star in the system. It is an M-type red dwarf with the mass of 100 Jupiters. It orbits around 1100 AU away from Pneumake A and B. It contains two planets

1. Atheia - A rocky, habitable planet 3 times more massive than earth, with an average surface temperature of 40°C. Because it orbits so closely to the red dwarf, the planet is tidally locked, but thanks to the nearby Pneumake A and B, day and night would still exist. Atheia is protected from Pneumake A's stellar winds by a strong magnetosphere, which prevents its atmosphere from eroding away, thus allowing complex multicellular lifeforms to develop on its surface.

2. Iberi - A cold, barren, uninhabitable rocky planet with 1.4x the mass of earth. It orbits too far away from Pneumake C, and the temperature can go as low as -180°C.

Victolfia

The Victolfian system is where most of the planets are. The system is over 1 billion years old, much older than Pneumake. This is because the system is actually a captured binary system. Life had developed in many of the planets long before it even got captured.

Victolfia A
Victolfia A is an F-type main-sequence star with 1.3x the mass of the sun. It contains 11 planets and 6 asteroid belt objects.

1. Zaynella - A moderately sized rocky planet with 55x the mass of earth's moon. It is the closest planet to the star, and it is also tidally locked. Average temperature is 440°C, rendering it uninhabitable.

2. Kasmaar - A rocky planet with 71x the mass of earth's moon. It rotates clockwise, just like Venus, but instead of rotating once every 116 days, it rotates once every 8 days and 8 hours. Average temperature is 320°C.

3. Polybius - A rocky planet slightly larger than earth, at 1.03x the mass of earth. Average temperature is 112°C

4. Kartorigin - A large rocky planet with the mass of 1.2 earths. Average temperature is 122°C, however, microorganisms have been found living in the craters.

5. Rimapot - A rocky planet 1.10x the mass of earth. It is nicknamed the "Black planet" due to its low reflectivity rate and it's dark red surface. Average temperature is 114°C. It has one moon, Fondre

6. Obtanium - A massive rocky planet 3x larger than earth. It has a distinct red surface similar to Mars. Average temperature is 76°C

7. Erden - A massive rocky planet 2.5x larger than earth. The planet is very similar to earth, with dense green rainforests scattered across the planet. Coupled with an average temperature of 24°C, the planet is definitely a wildlife haven. Millions of species can be found on this planet, one of them, dubbed the "Victolfian race", had discovered fire and can create simple stone tools. But they are still far less developed and more primitive than humans. Erden has 3 moons, Ultima, Irebi, and Afronach.

Inner Asteroid Belt objects : Alan, Tuscon, Bramwell

8. Athena - A super-earth water-world planet 4x the mass earth. It is covered entirely by an ocean over two thousand kilometers deep. millions of different types of marine species can be found here. Average temperature is 16°C. It has 3 moons, Potland, Tashia, and Diana.

9. Rinjani - A cold, icy planet 3x more massive than earth. Like Athena, it is covered entirely by water, but due to its lack of atmosphere, and the fact that it lies beyond the habitable zone, temperature falls to as low as -90°C. However, it is theorized that liquid water can exist hundreds of kilometers below the surface, thanks to its geothermal activities, allowing simple lifeforms to develop, similar to Jupiter's Europa.

Outer Asteroid Belt objects : Arjuna, Tronilla, Krossa

10. Amelia - A gas giant 53x the mass of earth. Average temperature is -186°C. It has 7 moons, Listasch, Crainer, Kornera, Ross, Colcapp, Endermark, and Scitia.

11. Chrystania - The most massive planet in Victolfia A's system, with 270x the mass of earth. Despite being less massive than Jupiter, it is actually a lot larger than Jupiter in terms of diameter, at 236076 km. It has 9 moons, Ollie, Entruda, Mantri, Atlas, Nigel, Salluminne, Picto, Inixion, and Laequir

Victolfia B
Victolfia B, Victolfia A's companion (no duh), is a tad bit smaller and fainter than the Sun, at 0.907x the mass of the Sun. It contains 7 planets

1. Almatia - A small but dense rocky planet at 21x the mass of earth's moon. It is the closest planet to Victolfia B, and is also tidally locked. Because it is so unusually dense, it has a surface gravity similar to earth, at 8.25 m/s^2. Average temperature is 510°C.

2. Soudelor - A moderately sized rocky planet with 71.8x the mass of earth's moon. Average temperature is 150°C

3. Ophelia - A moderately sized rocky planet with 33.4x the mass of earth's moon. Due to its extremely high albedo, the average temperature is -32°C, which is really weird for being really close to Victolfia B.

4. Dagon - A super-earth water-world planet nearly 4x the mass of earth. Like Athena, it is covered entire by water, thousands of kilometers deep, with thousands of marine species. It has one moon, Hustanmastiff.

5. Thestias - An extremely massive rocky planet 3x the mass of earth. Like Erden, it is very similar to earth, with a moderate temperature of 27°C, lush green rainforests, millions of different types of species, and its own ecosystem. It has one moon, Ucinus.

Asteroid belt objects : Truman, Katrina, Vestera, Hikerland

6. Arion - The most massive planet in Victolfia B's system, at 249x the mass of earth. Average temperature is -215°C. It has 9 moons, Aeger, Galvanon, Farensia, Pathen, Kara, Mangine, Theatra, Alluria, and Edon.

7. Hypothena - A gas giant 37x the mass of earth. Average temperature is  -202°C. It has 4 moons, Starvina, Utortia, Vulcan, and Naeman.

NOTE
There's supposed to be comets around Victolfia A and B, but I thought it looks unrealistic and ugly

I've attached to simulations, one with particles, and one without. If you have a slower computer, consider downloading the one without the particles, keep in mind that the asteroid belts will disappear, and you'll be left with just the asteroid belt objects.
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Post by: Austritistanian on November 29, 2017, 02:10:48 AM
Guys?
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Post by: tkulogo on November 29, 2017, 06:42:35 AM
What?
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Post by: Austritistanian on November 30, 2017, 12:53:27 AM
Is this thread dying?
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Post by: tkulogo on November 30, 2017, 05:55:59 AM
It seems to be getting a new creation about very month or so. That's alive enough.
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Post by: Austritistanian on November 30, 2017, 06:30:55 AM
I remember long ago there were like 2-3 submissions every week. What happened?
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Post by: Physics_Hacker on November 30, 2017, 11:10:16 AM
I'll help with that problem soon. I'm working on writing the descriptions of planets in a currently unnamed system that I will make a US2 simulation for, Grand Designer versions of the planets themselves, and if you guys want, even stuff from Terragen and US Legacy (to use textures on the planets)
And while yes this would be involving other programs, it would still be relevant since the only way I could map the orbits would be with Universe Sandbox and it would be the same system so using other programs would just be extrapolating what I make in US to programs that do certain things better (Like Grand Designer for planet editing or Terragen for rendering) My post will be long but it will be a contribution  :)
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Post by: Gann123 on December 09, 2017, 01:39:51 PM
This is the Solarac- Centauri System


One day I wondered what would happen if I combined the Solar System with the Alpha Centauri System

I made this wonder
Also please make sure that you keep it under 30 min per sec; If you turn it up too much it glitches out and Alpha Centauri B and Proxima Centauri fly out of the Solarac - Centauri System.


Enjoy!  :)
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Post by: Gann123 on December 10, 2017, 04:08:10 PM
Another System I call The Rainbow System!
Plus some Other systems like the Sun with Nemesis and Terraformed Mars.
It has all the different types of planets!
It is at the bottom!







Enjoy!
 :)
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Post by: Gann123 on December 10, 2017, 04:09:11 PM
A gigantic Size Comparison
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Post by: Gann123 on December 10, 2017, 04:10:39 PM
Life Planet is an edited version of Tonitu
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Post by: Gann123 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!







 :) ;) :D ;D >:( :( :o 8) ??? ::) :P :-[ :-X :-\ :-* :'(
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Post by: Gann123 on December 10, 2017, 06:03:16 PM
LAG WARNING!!!!!!!!! :o :o :o :o :o
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Post by: Austritistanian on December 11, 2017, 07:05:49 AM
Holy Lord this took so long to make

Restner Open Cluster

(https://imgur.com/sB4f8eG.png)

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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Post by: Gann123 on December 12, 2017, 04:36:24 PM
look at my rainbow system
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Post by: Gann123 on December 12, 2017, 04:37:05 PM
the last of the 5th page
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Post by: Austritistanian on December 13, 2017, 05:28:43 AM
Arjuna System

(https://imgur.com/9V7wcqR.png)

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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Post by: Austritistanian on December 20, 2017, 09:02:20 AM
C++ is the best programming language
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Post by: tkulogo 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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Post by: Nomad14 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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Post by: felipe on December 21, 2017, 11:28:34 AM
how did you add the polar ice caps and cities?
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Post by: felipe on December 21, 2017, 11:28:57 AM
nvm
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Post by: Austritistanian on December 22, 2017, 12:10:30 AM
Karlentrix System

(https://i.imgur.com/ngAoV44.png)

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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Post by: Physics_Hacker on December 22, 2017, 03:39:32 AM
Karlentrix System

(https://i.imgur.com/ngAoV44.png)

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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Post by: Austritistanian on December 22, 2017, 05:16:03 AM
What do you mean? the planets all orbit in the same direction
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Post by: Austritistanian 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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Post by: Physics_Hacker 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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Post by: Menderman on December 23, 2017, 07:08:55 AM
Strion P7H0


Inner System
(https://i.imgur.com/wHc7JVk.png)

Outer System
(https://i.imgur.com/cQmCMC4.png)

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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Post by: Gann123 on December 23, 2017, 07:25:07 PM
thanks :)
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Post by: Gann123 on December 23, 2017, 07:30:13 PM
Okay I'll stop now this is just so cool! :) :) :)
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Post by: Austritistanian on December 23, 2017, 08:42:46 PM
Strion P7H0


Inner System
(https://i.imgur.com/wHc7JVk.png)

Outer System
(https://i.imgur.com/cQmCMC4.png)

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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Post by: Gann123 on December 24, 2017, 11:57:19 AM

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Post by: Gann123 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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Post by: Gann123 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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Post by: Gann123 on December 24, 2017, 01:04:43 PM
Some more exoplanet systems :)
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Post by: Gann123 on December 24, 2017, 01:07:26 PM
Here :)
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Post by: Gann123 on December 24, 2017, 03:52:38 PM
Kepler 22b, the first planet discovered in the habitable zone. :)
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Post by: Gann123 on December 24, 2017, 03:53:26 PM
This thread is dying, no one is looking at my posts! :'(
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Post by: Gann123 on December 24, 2017, 03:56:30 PM
Updated TYC 9486-927-1 :)
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Post by: Gann123 on December 24, 2017, 04:03:00 PM
The HD 100546 system, it houses HD 100546 b, the biggest exoplanet ever discovered. It is weirdly farther from the sun than HD 100546 c. Names can be misleading.
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Post by: Gann123 on December 24, 2017, 04:18:58 PM
These are the farthest Planet Systems discovered, 27,710 light years away. It's not even in our Galaxy. It's in the Andromada Galaxy. I thought it was impossible to discover a planet in anotehr galaxy but its true.
An analysis of the lightcurve of the microlensing event PA-99-N2 suggests the presence of a planet orbiting a star in the Andromeda Galaxy (2.54 ± 0.11 Mly).
Woah! And it was discovered in 2006! More Woah!
This is so woah!
You should research it yourself. Search up SWEEPS-11 or SWEEPS-4. Literally right now. No wait, download these first and look in Universe Sandbox!
The star names are so longgggggg. UHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
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Post by: Gann123 on December 24, 2017, 04:23:18 PM
I realised they were both the same so here is the other one. :)
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Post by: Physics_Hacker on December 24, 2017, 06:05:19 PM
These are the farthest Planet Systems discovered, 27,710 light years away. It's not even in our Galaxy. It's in the Andromada Galaxy. I thought it was impossible to discover a planet in anotehr galaxy but its true.
An analysis of the lightcurve of the microlensing event PA-99-N2 suggests the presence of a planet orbiting a star in the Andromeda Galaxy (2.54 ± 0.11 Mly).
Woah! And it was discovered in 2006! More Woah!
This is so woah!
You should research it yourself. Search up SWEEPS-11 or SWEEPS-4. Literally right now. No wait, download these first and look in Universe Sandbox!
The star names are so longgggggg. UHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

If it's in the Andromeda Galaxy, its not 27,000 light years away.
It's 2 MILLION light years away.

Okay, so I just researched it and nowhere does it say its in the Andromeda Galaxy. Pretty much everything else you said was correct but it's not in the Andromeda Galaxy. Not even close.
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Post by: SyzygyΣE on December 24, 2017, 06:13:53 PM
This thread is dying, no one is looking at my posts! :'(
Universe Sandbox's community is not small, but it's not big by any means either. A lack of downloads on the systems you make is not surprising. It would be helpful if you could attach a description of each system or an image to promote interest.
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Post by: kgor93 on December 26, 2017, 10:11:02 PM
This thread is dying, no one is looking at my posts! :'(
Universe Sandbox's community is not small, but it's not big by any means either. A lack of downloads on the systems you make is not surprising. It would be helpful if you could attach a description of each system or an image to promote interest.
I agree. I love this thread but you really need to include screenshots or descriptions because there's so many.
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Post by: Gann123 on December 27, 2017, 12:41:07 PM
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Post by: Gann123 on December 27, 2017, 12:44:11 PM
These are the farthest Planet Systems discovered, 27,710 light years away. It's not even in our Galaxy. It's in the Andromada Galaxy. I thought it was impossible to discover a planet in anotehr galaxy but its true.
An analysis of the lightcurve of the microlensing event PA-99-N2 suggests the presence of a planet orbiting a star in the Andromeda Galaxy (2.54 ± 0.11 Mly).
Woah! And it was discovered in 2006! More Woah!
This is so woah!
You should research it yourself. Search up SWEEPS-11 or SWEEPS-4. Literally right now. No wait, download these first and look in Universe Sandbox!
The star names are so longgggggg. UHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

If it's in the Andromeda Galaxy, its not 27,000 light years away.
It's 2 MILLION light years away.

Okay, so I just researched it and nowhere does it say its in the Andromeda Galaxy. Pretty much everything else you said was correct but it's not in the Andromeda Galaxy. Not even close.
No actually, look up list of exoplanet extremes and do to the section that says from Earth's point of view. The first one says the farthest planets are those planets. It says the quote. Maybe they mistyped or something
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Post by: Gann123 on December 28, 2017, 08:13:25 AM
More! :)
51 Peg, the first exoplanet discovered!
CoRoT-7b and CoRoT-7c, one a hot Jupiter and one a Chthonian planet!
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Post by: Gann123 on December 28, 2017, 09:06:03 AM
Some more!
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Post by: tkulogo on December 28, 2017, 02:07:43 PM
Okay, here's my first release of the Serenity/Firefly system. I included the simulation itself, and a bunch of diagrams to visualize the system, along with a few documents on what I did and why. I intend to use this in my Serenity pen-and-paper Role Playing Game. The simulation can be moved forward to match passing of time in the game, so the Game Master can tell how long travel should take. It should be stable for at least a century, but I'm still running it to verify. It has 268 bodies that are fully attracting, so it’s a bit much to run on some computers. Please tell me what you think.
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Post by: SteveO on December 30, 2017, 09:11:12 PM
Okay, here's my first release of the Serenity/Firefly system.

That is really impressive!   :D
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Post by: Hyper_Schnitzel on December 31, 2017, 07:00:17 AM
Made the Kepler 90 system (separate post) http://universesandbox.com/forum/index.php/topic,18230.0.html
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Post by: Physics_Hacker on January 01, 2018, 11:27:14 AM
Transmission Commencing...

Note: I'm not including pictures because the representations in US2 don't fit the descriptions as well as they could due to the limited amount of planet customization US2 allows. The planets are in order, so you can look at them in the sim but I'll probably post pictures of what the planets "really" look like later. The more support I get for continuing work on this system the further I'll go with it, even so far as designing maps and doing renderings of them in Terragen if you guys want. I might post this on other forums, but this is the first place I know to for sure and US2 is a really nice and easy way to get a base idea of what this system is like.

The Quiviliar System

Quiviliar

This is the center star of this system. It could be considered a typical K-type star with its main unique feature being that it doesn't reside in a binary star system as many stars do.

Ecriothea

A world with lava oceans, heavy in metals and very low in volatiles, occasionally has extremely violent eruption periods where all of the surface is covered by molten rock, eventually cooling off and forming new surface rock. At night particles in the atmosphere float down to the solid surface into a sort of "soil" in the lava plains. The plains are extremely flat and the mountains are extremely tall. It has no moons, not even small ones; the planet is much too close to its parent star to retain any satellites. Bases would be extremely hard to build here, and expensive to maintain.

Siamivira

A world of great heat, though not enough to leave much of the surface molten, and instead only having small puddles of liquid metals that have lower melting points. The planet has thick cloud layers, the top ones being composed of crystals of various ices, much like on Earth, the highest clouds are ice crystals, though these contain small amounts of elements such as ammonia as well. The main cloud layers, however, are made of mainly sulfuric acid and the atmosphere is primarily composed of carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide, the latter in notable amounts because of volcanic activity. This planet also seems to have formed with only a very small core and a very thick crust, and though the planet has a very small core, it has not cooled off and solidified yet due to the planet's mass, being 1.6374 Earth masses. The surface has very few craters; most meteors and comets of any kind burn up in the atmosphere and asteroid's collisions tend to leave no    mark because the surrounding rock becomes molten and re-covers the area. It has no moons. Bases would be difficult to build and very expensive to maintain due to the atmosphere's deadly and corrosive nature.
               
Gravatian

A world that has extremely wild temperature changes and little to no atmosphere, bathed in its parent star's heat, the daytime side can become hotter than Venus and by sunrise, the temperature often is very near absolute zero. It has a Lunar-like amount of craters, and a core to match; the planet's mass is a bit less than Mars and has long cooled and lost any magnetic field it may have had. Craters at the poles harbor small amounts of ices, mostly water, as the planet doesn't seem to have an axial tilt: it rotates at 0 degrees to its orbit. The planet's rotation is in 4:1 resonance with its orbit, possibly hinting that it is falling into being tidally locked, only being kept from it by its one moon about a tenth of the planet's size.

Gravatian I

The planet Gravatian's lone moon, surprisingly with a very thick atmosphere and extremely strong magnetosphere, perhaps allowing the atmosphere to become so thick. This magnetosphere is so strong that it protects a ring of surface material on its host planet, creating a ring of brown-colored material where the rest of the planet is mostly shades of gray. The strong magnetosphere and thick atmosphere cause the surface to be mostly covered in sand. This world possesses a sort of geological cycle where extreme winds high in the atmosphere erode mountains that grow too high, and plates that aren't pushed up by tectonic forces slowly sink down, weighed down by the immense amount of windblown sand created from the ever eroding mountainous regions. As the plates sink and the mountains grow, strong earthquakes occur along major fault zones and extreme amounts of dynamic metamorphism take place here as well; in fact, they are the main source of metamorphic rocks here, with contact metamorphism being rarer and regional metamorphism being almost nonexistent.
   
Deladreus

A dead, dusty world much like a browner version of Mars; it never had any kind of an Oxygen atmosphere and therefore rust was never able to form. It is a desert world much hotter than Mars or even Earth, with cooler temperatures more akin to the hottest days in the Sahara desert, leaving the planet inhospitable to most forms of life other than hardy bacteria that might catch a ride on a spacecraft sent here. The skies are usually a grayish brown, mostly due to the particles in the atmosphere, much like Mars' red atmosphere. There are usually no clouds unless during the occasional dust storm, which leaves the skies beyond completely obscured from the ground. Other than these things this planet is not very noteworthy and may be considered a similar planet to Mars beside highly temperature based factors such as the fact that it has no polar ice caps, and would certainly not be CO2 ice caps even if it did. The atmosphere is mostly CO2 though, laced heavily with N2 and traces of chlorine, produced by an unknown source, much like the mystery of methane on Mars.

Japusveon

This world may have once been Earthlike, but is certainly not now, for in it's current state, life could not possibly survive here. The atmosphere is choked with CO2 and massive amounts of soot and SO2 as well, among traces of many other very corrosive and toxic gasses. Chances of surviving a mission here is very low, as even spacecraft have a hard time surviving, much like how spacecraft sent to Venus in the 20th century could only function for a few hours, here those same type of spacecraft would surely only survive for a few minutes. Not only is the atmosphere extremely dangerous, it is also very thick and very high temperature, leading to many explosive chemical reactions if any occurrence happens to cause certain ones, such as the immensely explosive lightning strikes here, which cause such violent chemical reactions as to essentially be a natural bomb, to atmosphere itself detonating whenever lightning strikes, even in the dense clouds. This extreme environment was a somewhat direct result of the extremely destructive impact the planet had; it essentially went through the process Earth would go through if Ceres hit it; at first anything organic that could have been there was instantly burnt away as the initial, fastest shockwave passed over the planet, then as the object continued to collide with the planet it boiled away the water. On Earth, Ceres colliding with it would result in an H2O thick atmosphere, due to the immense amount of water here, but this planet likely only had shallow seas if not only large lakes scattered over the planet, so all of the water was not only boiled away but lost to space as well. Soon the earthquakes began, fracturing almost the entire planet's crust and liquefying much of it which was nearer to the impact, leaving the planet unrecognizable, and the chemical reactions that led to its current, deadly nature followed suit. This planet features the largest known crater on any planet, with not quite the planetary area percentage of Hershel Crater on Mimas, but, obviously, with a much larger actual size. The cater is in fact so large that the mountainous ridge around its edge is large enough to almost completely contain the atmosphere composition within and isolate it from the rest of the planet's entire atmosphere, leading this region to have a much higher SO2 content, have a much higher temperature, and it also essentially rains glass here while nowhere else on the planet.
               
Acusia

A world of mainly water, and very cold; there is land, but it is composed completely of ice, the only crust of rock being miles below the surface, the planet basically being a giant glacier, the bottom of the immense oceans being warm ice. The planet possesses a global ocean above the rock crust, this crust being very thin and only a border between the mantle and the ocean, the mantle heating the water that would otherwise surely be a high-pressure ice. Huge canyon-like cracks slowly form here due to tidal stress on the ice caused by the planet's two rather large moons.
               
Acusia I

Acusia's innermost and larger moon, about a quarter the mass of Acusia and much like Europa in the sense that it has massive cracks in the surface from tidal stress and has an internal ocean under a thick ice crust, essentially making it the opposite of Acusia, with ground on top and water underneath, rather than the water on top of an ice crust with a thin melting zone underneath that. No life is known to exist here but as the water is heated by both geothermal and tidal sources, the temperature near the solid ground not made of ice is at a reasonable temperature even when not directly near a geothermal vent so if introduced, high-pressure marine life could easily thrive here and could be used as an ark of sorts for that type of life if Terra's oceans ever evaporate enough to cause these species problems.
   
Acusia II

Unlike its host planet and sister moon, Acusia II contains almost no water content, possibly hinting at a "prograde captured" origin. In fact, it is mostly composed of what many would consider one of the things least like water: metal. In fact, Iron and Nickel, but mostly the former, seem to comprise over 90% of the entire moon's mass! Silicates do exist though, and comprise most of the other 10% of the moon's mass, leaving little room for other materials. The outer appearance is one you might expect, being much like Mercury, though without any sign of a shifting crust in it's entire history, and it also appears to have cooled off rapidly, as even though the moon is about a 6th the mass of its host planet, the boundaries of its crust are extremely vague and may not truly exist at all, as the surface contains a more moderate 80 percent metals and 20 percent silicates, but from the rare earthquakes that occur here, mostly via meteor impacts, its been shown that this composition slowly fades to a 100% metals composition in what would normally be considered the core and mantle, which in this moon's case is more like a giant though completely solid core with no definable edges. Out of the bodies in the Acusia planetary system, this is the best place to set up a base as the ground is not made from frozen water but instead the metals that can be used to create new parts of the base.

Galveon

So far, all of the planets in this star system have been rocky (Or mostly rocky...ahem...I'm looking at you, Acusia system...) but this world is the first, and yet worst example, of the end of this trend. I say this because although Galveon is indeed a gas giant of a mass between that of Jupiter and Saturn, it also contains a massive amount of metals, and may be the birthplace of Acusia II, although it is currently not known how it could have  both escaped Galveon's gravity well and migrated inward enough to be captured by Acusia. The planet has a dark, brownish-gray appearance with a slight red glow on the night side due to the metals being superheated under the immense amount of pressure the heavy atmosphere causes. It has many moons, but they are all much like Acusia II in that they are mostly of quickly-cooled metals with one exception being Galveon III which has extensive deposits of smaltite and also many of nearly pure cobalt.

Eteltos

This gas giant of great mass, 1.3 times that of Jupiter, is highly interesting, for it has such a strong magnetic field that if it were switched off, the planet may be destroyed completely; the magnetic field draws the atmospheric gas particles to them, and carries them along the field lines through space until reaching the other pole, at which time they begin migrating through the normal atmosphere to the other pole again to start the cycle again, causing a strange view of many "cloud lines" leading through space from one pole to the other. This planet is also home to the most violent lightning known, even more violent than Japusveon's explosive lightning, for this gas giant's lightning is strong because of magnetic forces, not chemical ones, meaning the lightning can be more powerful much easier. Occasionally when a moon moves over an especially lightning heavy area, sometimes the lightning can travel through the thin atmosphere the magnetosphere provides and strike the moon, although this doesn't happen often, but when it does the lightning is especially violent, leaving    a relatively large crater in the surface of the moon: this is why some of the tidally locked moons near  the planet seem to have so many more craters on the near side to the planet than the other moons have or even their other hemisphere.

Asorad

This gas giant is a teal color due to a large amount of chlorine in its atmosphere and clouds, as well as methane, and although this mixture can be explosive the mixture is kept in balance by the fact that this planet is far from its sun and has a cold interior, making for a Uranus-like appearance besides the color difference. It has many small moons, and one relatively large one, Asorad IV.

Asorad IV

This moon is a dying desert world with a reducing atmosphere of CO2 and a very large amount of dust made of an unknown material, as its chemical structure is too complex to be deduced by spectroscopy and no probe has survived long here due to a reverse-buoyancy effect the atmosphere has on any entering spacecraft, causing the one probe to land here to land just hard enough to not last long. What was discovered in this mission, however, was extremely intriguing, for there appeared to be fossils visible due to wind erosion, with the fossils being of some sort of very large spider-like creature with 12 legs in total, in 4 pairs of three.

Tunnova

This gas giant, for unknown reasons, seems to emanate immense amounts of heat; it isn't large enough to experience deuterium fusion as a brown dwarf, as it's well-known mass is only approximately twice that of Jupiter. Moons have been seen to transit the bright planet but nothing is known about them besides the fact that they contain very little ices, as they would be much brighter under their host planet's light if they contained more. Their surfaces, in fact, likely have many organic compounds on their surface, but no life likely resides here as there isn't enough solar radiation to warm the barren moons, the "tidal habitable zone" is much too thin due to this and the moons all are much too small to likely harbor life, with the largest confirmed moon being smaller than Luna.
   
Minorius 1 Alpha

The largest Kuiper-belt-esque known object in this system and the first one to be detected, likely with mostly-frozen hydrocarbons on its surface due to the white-with-black-splotches appearance it has through telescopes, as well as having little to no atmosphere based on star-obscuration measurements and the best guess of its mass is approximately the same as Mercury.
   
Minorius 1 Beta

Second to be discovered, this tiny world has the largest orbital eccentricity of any round object known, with a tilted orbit that comes as close to its host star as it can without being disrupted by Tunnova's gravitational pull, and its outer reach estimated to be over a light year away from the star it orbits! Of course, it is currently in nearly its closest pass to the star. Its mass is less than that of Pluto and it is practically a miracle it was discovered at all.
   
Minorius 1 Gamma

Third to be discovered, this object's only major known attribute is that it, for unknown reasons, has a greenish-blue hue.

Let me know what you think of this system and if I missed anything o if anything could be improved, since there's always something more to improve when trying to be realistic yet interesting. The US2 sim is attached.

Transmission Ending...
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Post by: tkulogo on January 03, 2018, 08:35:13 AM
A couple small fixes of the Serenity/Firefly system.
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Post by: Gann123 on January 03, 2018, 12:32:42 PM
Some more, The Kepler-69 System and the Trappist-1 System(With Life)
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Post by: Nomad14 on January 12, 2018, 08:40:29 PM
My hardest achievement in this game is a galaxy with barely even a tiny fraction of stars. It is hard because of my frames but it was so worth it for the beauty, also the weird orange dot is strangely enough a brown dwarf
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Post by: Austritistanian on January 15, 2018, 03:49:46 AM
Okay, I have a school project and I don't have the time to make a description for this sim, so I'm just gonna post this simulation with the summary of what the simulation is all about

The Qugyptian System

(https://imgur.com/QPmAdVZ.png)

Located 450 light years away in the constellation Scorpio, the Qugyptian System is a unique binary system consisting of 10 planets, and a dozen more moons. The main star, Qugyptia A, is orbited by two planets. The secondary one, Qugyptia B, is orbited by five, one of them being habitable. The three others are gas giants orbiting far in the outer reaches of the system, and orbits both star.

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Post by: Cesare on January 18, 2018, 01:42:41 PM
Please can someone try to make a green gas giant.
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Post by: Austritistanian on January 20, 2018, 03:10:26 AM
This thread is drowning under a swarm of spambots
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Post by: Cesare on January 20, 2018, 01:21:09 PM
Has anyone discovered a solar system with 20 planets?
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Post by: Austritistanian on January 20, 2018, 08:53:01 PM
No, the most ever discovered is 9 planets, HD 10180
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Post by: Physics_Hacker on January 20, 2018, 09:11:59 PM
No, the most ever discovered is 9 planets, HD 10180

They might mean made a system with 20...I probably could make a reasonable system with 20 planets (Maybe a binary or, even easier, a trinary system?)
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Post by: Cesare on January 20, 2018, 09:23:31 PM
The good thing is that in Universe Sandbox 2, you can make solar systems with as little or as many planets as you want. You can even create binary planets and create moons for planets as well.
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Post by: Austritistanian on January 20, 2018, 10:20:09 PM
Well, why didn't you ask "Has anyone made a solar system with 20 planets?"?
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Post by: Cesare on January 21, 2018, 11:51:33 AM
You could make a solar system with 20 planets and upload a simulation video here.
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Post by: KimJammer on January 21, 2018, 01:06:00 PM
The Jibson System!
Still a work in progress so more may be added.
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Star: Jibson - 1.5 times the mass of the sun, the star of this system.

Planets:
Anaetua- The closest planet, very hot and molten.

Kieger- The second planet, still too hot for life.

Kalba- Third planet, it has water and is habitable. About twice earth's mass.
Ruipan- Kalba's moon.

Paulinia- Fourth Planet, 1.26 times the size of Jupiter, four moons.
Cimanqu- Moon, 2.72 times the size of our moon.
Nustasci- Moon, 2.84 times moon.
Ympate- Moon, 1.03 times moon.
Riannost- Moon, the farthest away.

Savaha- Fifth planet, 129 times earth size, like Saturn, but with a ring with double density.
Minusi- Moon, 1.1 times the size of Earth.
Diang- Moon, small and cold.
Demosthenes- A natural satellite of Diang, very small.
Locke- Moon, 1 moon size.

Bertust- 6th Planet, 5.46 earth size, traveling at 19.6 km/s
Ijla- Moon, 1.34 size of our moon, 31.2% silicate.

Tuade- 7th planet, 5 times the mass of Jupiter, gas giant.
Aletasc- Moon, 1.91 times mass of our moon.
Scunsustia- Moon, small.

Efidest- 8th and last planet. 8.70, earth mass.

Tuea- A small asteroid.
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Post by: Cesare on January 21, 2018, 01:09:59 PM
Nice.
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Post by: Austritistanian on January 22, 2018, 01:44:08 AM
The Jibson System!
Still a work in progress so more will probably be added.
Good one
Looks like you're a new member, welcome to this forum, Kim
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Post by: Austritistanian on January 22, 2018, 07:06:45 AM
Alkypso and Dretuclite

(https://imgur.com/XUMDcAZ.png)

Alkypso and Dretuclite is a binary star system consisting of a hot, young and massive O-type star named Alkypso and a small, old, ultra-cool M-type red dwarf named Dretuclite. Containing a total of 13 planets, a total of 15 moons (excluding asteroid moons), and 9 comets.

Both Alkypso and Dretuclite used to be single star systems. Dretuclite formed 2.5 billion years before Alkypso from a completely different cloud of gas. That changed when Dretuclite passed within a single light year from Alkypso, causing it to be captured by Alkypso's gravity. Dretuclite's gravity also perturbs the cloud of icy planetesimals surrounding Alkypso, sending a swarm of thousands of comets bombarding the inner planets, similar in some way to our solar system's Late Heavy Bombardment.

Alkypso
Alkypso is a young, hot, and extremely massive O-type star, at 8.2 solar mass. It already lost a few percent of its mass, and is about to go supernova within 10 million years.

Hermine
Hermine is the first planet of the Alkypso system. It is a super-earth planet roughly 4.5x the mass of Earth. The planet's mountains are covered in purple-ish sand-like particles, it is unknown what causes this purple color. Overall, most of the terrains are flat with little to no surface features. Average temperature is 450°C, and because the planet has no atmosphere, the day side can become hotter than Mercury, while the dark side could go as low as -95°C.

Knurgil
Knurgil is the second planet of the system. It is a super-earth planet 8.3x the mass of Earth. The planet is distinctly white, and has a high albedo of 0.45. It has an extremely fast rotation speed of 3.4 km/s, meaning that a day in Knurgil is just 5 hours and 58 minutes. This also means that, despite the planet having no atmosphere, the temperature difference between the day side and the night side is just 125°C, from 350°C to 225°C.

Alure
Knurgil's only natural satellite, nearly three times the mass of Luna. Like all moons, it is tidally locked, meaning that one side is always facing the planet while the other side is always facing away. The longer day (at 8.21 days) means that the temperature difference is greater than on Knurgil. The day side can get as hot as 510°C while the night side can get as cold as -102°C

Mikypsia
The largest rocky planet in the system, at 10x the mass of Earth, and the only planet with a visible ring system. The planet is ominously dark, with a low albedo, a thick atmosphere, and a surface temperature of 502°C. The thick atmosphere, over twice as thick as earth's, makes it better at distributing the star's heat than earth, this means that the night side would only be a few degrees colder than the day side. Clouds do exist in the planet's atmosphere, but instead of made out of water vapor, it's made out of aluminium and glass, and when it falls down, it literally rains glass.

Wharvis
One of Mikypsia's three moons. It is 2.85x heavier than Luna. It somehow resembled Saturn’s moon Iapetus, with the brown and white landscape. The moon has an unusually large iron core, which gives the moon a high density.

Fienus
Mikypsia’s second moon. It is 2.57x heavier than Luna. The moon is distinctly blue in color, and it is unknown what causes this blue color. One of the weirdest feature this moon has is that just under 16°N it has this long, really thin mountain range that runs almost perpendicular to the latitude line. Some theories suggest that it’s an inactive reverse fault line.

Manescu
Manescu is the furthest moon of Mikypsia. It is 2.12x heavier than Luna, slightly heavier than Jupiter’s Ganymede. It orbits 1.91° below the actual orbital plane of the other two moons. The moon’s surface is distinctly orange, with blue on the highlands. The terrain is very rugged, with extreme cliffs and steep hills. The southern plateau covers an area a little over half as wide as the contiguous United States, and it has some of the most extreme terrains in the moon, with insane cliffs that are comparable to Mars’ Valles Marineris, which isn’t even a near 90° cliff.

Dhirbekk
Dhirbekk is a gas giant exactly half the mass of Jupiter, and almost exactly 200000 km wide, which is wider than Jupiter, suggesting that it’s a very low density planet. The planet’s atmosphere, which is mainly composed of ammonia, nitrogen, and argon, is divided into five belts: the south pole, the orange belt, the equatorial belt, the blue belt, and the north pole. The south pole surrounds the south pole, and is mostly blue-ish white. The orange belt is, as the name suggests, orange in color, and mainly surrounds the southern mid-latitude. The equatorial belt is a mix of orange color and blue color, with a little bit of white. The blue belt is, well, I don’t need to explain it to you, and mainly surrounds the northern mid-latitude. The north pole surrounds the north pole and is distinctly greenish yellow in color.

Roefnor
Roefnor, Dhirbekk’s only major moon, is often called “Mars’ darker cousin”, this is mainly because of it’s dark red color, almost as if it was tanned. Roefnor is situated on the edge of Dhirbekk’s Van Allen belt, which subjects the moon into huge amounts of radiation. Average temperature is 140°C

Gnizgerv
Gnizgerv is the most massive planet in the whole system, at 3.23x the mass of Jupiter. Gnizgerv is separated from Dhirbekk by a grand distance of 71 AU, you could comfortably fit the entire solar system within it, and there’s still room for Pluto. What’s really weird about Gnizgerv is that it rotates on the opposite direction, and it’s not a slow rotation either like Venus, this planet rotates once every 7 hours and 39 minutes. The magnetic poles are also inverted, with the south being north and the north being south, and the magnetic field extremely powerful, at 18.5 gauss, nearly twice as powerful as Jupiter’s magnetic field. This also means that the Van Allen belt extends much further than Jupiter. Another odd thing is that this planet hosts two planetary mass moons, and they’re not small either, one of them is 3.5x heavier than Earth, that’s larger than all of the rocky planets in the Dretuclite system. This, along with the fast rotation and the retrograde rotation, baffles scientists and astronomers.

Pruhetania
Pruhetania, Gnizgerv’s innermost major moon, has an extremely rugged terrain. While most of the mountains are not that high, the steep hills and extreme elevation differences makes for a world that is barely navigable. Dry riverbeds can be seen across the surface, it’s unclear whether Pruhetania used to have liquid water on its surface.

Sciron
An cold world covered in ice, Sciron is similar in many ways to Jupiter’s Europa. While having a surface temperature of -108°C, liquid water could exist under the surface thanks to geothermal activities, which could host multicellular lifeforms under its surface.

Drevdiak
Drevdiak came so close to being Earth-like, with liquid water, land, and an atmopshere, but due to the fact that the moon is still in its adolescence (at least, compared to Earth), it wouldn’t be for another one billion year until life resembling that of the Earth to develop, as right now the landmasses are just boring rock and sand and the ocean only has microbes, and Alkypso would’ve already went supernova long before that. The earliest life forms on earth lived 250 million years after Earth had formed, and considering that the whole system (excluding Dretuclite) is just under 32 million years, y- you already know my point.

Vardekk
Vardekk, at just under half the mass of Luna, has an unusually high density, it’s denser than all the other moons, denser than even Alex Jones. One theory suggests that Vardekk might have collided with another moon in the past, ejecting away its outer layers and leaving the mantle and core behind.

Stoetzel
Stoetzel, at 1.81x the mass of Luna, is very similar to Sciron, with a subsurface ocean under its ice that might host multicellular lifeforms. Interestingly, the ice layers acts like a crust, and has tectonic plates, meaning that earthquakes are frequent in this moon.

Ashkyk
Ashkyk stands out from the rest of the moons in the system as it is extremely huge, not 10x the mass of Luna, not 50 either, but 288x the mass of Luna, roughly 3.5x the mass of Earth. That, along with Anaetua accounts for 99.91% of the total mass of the entire Gnizgervian moon system. It is yet unknown how Ashkyk grows to become so huge, but with that kind of size comes some very interesting stuff (that’s what she said). Ashkyk is covered in liquid water, and has an earth-like atmosphere, key feature for life to develop. Life actually developed quite early in this moon, much earlier than Earth, several small marine creatures can be found swimming in the 800 km deep ocean. However, due to Gnizgerv’s tidal force, the moon is in a 1:2 rotation-orbit resonance, meaning that a day in here is over 78.5 days long, and continues to slow down. Moreover, the long rotation period causes the temperature difference between the day side and the night side to be much greater, even with an atmosphere. This means that at noon, the ocean temperature could get as high as 42°C, which could generate severe thunderstorms and hurricanes.

Zack
Zack is a moon, orbiting around Ashkyk, which is also a moon. This submoon is actually pretty heavy, at 0.6x the mass of Luna, larger than Vardekk. It is likely that Zack used to orbit Gnizgerv before being captured by Ashkyk’s gravity.

Anaetua
This weird gas giant planet which keeps hammering astronomers with questions not only hosts one planetary-mass moon, but two. This one is a lot smaller, at 1.23x the mass of the Earth, and unlike Ashkyk, it has no life. But it does have two moons, Yortuon and Themysca, both of them are asteroids.

Dretuclite
Dretuclite is an old, ultra-cool red dwarf roughly 81.7x the mass of Jupiter, or 0.078x the mass of Sol. It's so dim that it'll be indistinguishable from any other stars in the night sky as seen from the Alkypso system, while Alkypso itself would appear as bright as a full moon as seen from the Dretuclite system, and 10x as bright during closest approach. The star also orbits in a retrograde motion, at least from Alkypso's perspective. The planetary system is made up of 8 planets, with two being habitable. The star is also orbited by asteroids captured from the cloud of icy asteroids surrounding Alkypso

Yustrippe
Yustrippe is the innermost planet of the Dretuclite system, it is 8.34x the mass of Luna, about as heavy as Mars, but a lot denser. Its surface is a lot like the Moon, almost entirely gray. Like nearly all planets orbiting around a red dwarf, it is tidally locked, meaning that one side is always facing the star while the other side is always facing away. The day side can get as hot as 310°C while the night side is always under -210°C.

Azgarr
Azgarr is the second planet of the Dretuclite system. It is 25.4x the mass of Luna, and has orange mountains with blue lowlands. This planet has not much to offer, like all the other planets, it is tidally locked, and it has no life.

Dhekmul
Dhekmul is third planet of the system with a 10.8x the mass of Luna. The planet is a lot denser than all the other planet in the system, at 6.2 g/cm3.  The terrain is pretty flat, with the highest point reaching 3200 m up.

Thegrun
Thegrun is a Venus-sized desert planet with an earth-like atmosphere, several liquid water lakes and a diverse amount of species. The whole planet is essentially a large desert with very few vegetation. Large lakes can be seen, most of them are larger than the Caspian sea. Thousands of different species can be found around the terminator line, the line that divides between day and night, where the temperature is just right. However, because there are very few plants scattered across the planet, most of the species are carnivorous.

Xigleion
Xigleion is a water world planet 52x the mass of Luna. This planet has an extremely diverse marine ecosystem with hundreds of thousands of marine creatures, from near the surface to the very bottom of the thousand-mile deep ocean, from small microorganisms to monstrous aquatic creatures. The far side is all covered in ice, and has all types of creatures walking among the frozen land.

Craunides
A large, cold and icy planet 2.13x the mass of Earth, the most massive of the Dretuclite system. Craunides has an extremely high albedo of 0.82, so even the bulls-eye remains well below 0°C. It has an incredibly thin atmosphere similar to Pluto's atmosphere, and it's mostly made up of ammonia and nitrogen. Like Europa, it likely has a subsurface ocean where multicellular life could develop.

Darg
Darg is a cold, barren planet with 1.65x the mass of Earth. The average surface temperature is -146°C, the bulls eye being -11°C, and the far side being -243°C. Despite being the farthest planet in the system, it is still tidally locked.
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Post by: Cesare on January 22, 2018, 11:43:38 AM
Wow. I really like you new system with all of the planets descriptions listed on this forum. Are the names of planets real names?
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Post by: Austritistanian on January 23, 2018, 03:06:32 AM
http://www.fantasynamegenerators.com/planet_names.php
I used this website to generate the planet names. However, some planets and moons are given names by myself
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Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on January 31, 2018, 08:16:37 AM
Gariol System

The Gariol System is a fun place to explore, with loads of planets, and a majestic ring! One of the planets has LIFE!
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Post by: Cesare on January 31, 2018, 11:02:52 PM
Which planet has life? Is it the planet in the habitable zone?
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Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on February 01, 2018, 08:26:42 AM
Which planet has life? Is it the planet in the habitable zone?
Yep
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Post by: Austritistanian on February 02, 2018, 01:59:24 AM
I'm currently working on a massive star system, which will consist of 7 stars, and maybe even 8 if I could get the orbit to be stable enough. I got this idea after reading about AR Cassiopeiae, a seven star system.
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Post by: Cesare on February 02, 2018, 06:00:12 AM
Try to make a solar system with 10 stars.
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Post by: tkulogo on February 02, 2018, 07:29:43 AM
My Firefly system has 14 suns in one system. Feel free to check it out if you want some ideas.
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Post by: Cesare on February 02, 2018, 08:00:41 AM
OK.
Title: Bubble field video
Post by: Migi on February 02, 2018, 07:03:40 PM
Made this strange object . Not sure what it is.
Have a look . let me know what you think.
https://youtu.be/FkjENKO53x4 (https://youtu.be/FkjENKO53x4)

Thanks for watching
Migi
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Post by: JMBuilder on February 02, 2018, 07:53:10 PM
Made this strange object . Not sure what it is.
Have a look . let me know what you think.
https://youtu.be/FkjENKO53x4 (https://youtu.be/FkjENKO53x4)

Thanks for watching
Migi

It looks like what happens when a fragment gets superheated. It turns into that weird ball of gas.

As for the size and the way it behaves with objects... wut?
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Post by: Austritistanian on February 02, 2018, 09:30:36 PM
Does anyone know how to add barycenter to binary stars?
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Post by: Cesare on February 03, 2018, 12:16:57 AM
Burning a planet to a crisp can cause this strange planetary object to glow like this. I managed to create something like this in Alpha 16 when colliding objects.
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Post by: Physics_Hacker on February 03, 2018, 02:04:58 AM
Does anyone know how to add barycenter to binary stars?

I know that pressing ctrl and dragging will work, not sure about ctrl + left click though, it might work too, then click one of the properties windows that come up on the side, and a bar should come up that will allow you to give those objects a barycenter.
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Post by: Austritistanian on February 03, 2018, 03:00:35 AM
Does anyone know how to add barycenter to binary stars?

I know that pressing ctrl and dragging will work, not sure about ctrl + left click though, it might work too, then click one of the properties windows that come up on the side, and a bar should come up that will allow you to give those objects a barycenter.
I'll try this out, thanks
Title: Bubble Feild video 2
Post by: Migi on February 03, 2018, 10:57:34 AM
Thanks for all your comments .
I have added a new video in response to JMBuilder question.
https://youtu.be/1V65fEoq2oI (https://youtu.be/1V65fEoq2oI)
I think what i will try to do is make a bubble  massive in size. then build a solar system inside. Then make it into a solid. then make a solar system on the out side also.
Thanks again all.
Great community.
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Post by: Austritistanian on February 05, 2018, 04:43:45 AM
Does anyone know how to add city lights to planets?
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Post by: Cesare on February 05, 2018, 05:27:20 AM
At the moment, there is no possible way to add city lights to custom made planets or randomly generated planets. In the future, possibly Update 21, there might be a possible way to add city lights to custom made terrestrial planets.

One of my highest priorities for me is that I hope Update 21 will make it possible to customize the colors of gas giants and stars, as well as being able to save crater impact marks and create your own custom textures for terrestrial planets and gas giants.
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Post by: Cesare on February 05, 2018, 05:29:57 AM
If you folks find bugs and glitches when testing Universe Sandbox 2, please report them in the feedback section of Universe Sandbox 2 interface. Select the bug button, select take screenshot and write a bug description in the box and then send it to the developers for analysis. Then they will fix your reported bugs and glitches in future updates.
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Post by: Only2ndplace on February 05, 2018, 09:15:01 AM
Thanks for all your comments .
I have added a new video in response to JMBuilder question.
https://youtu.be/1V65fEoq2oI (https://youtu.be/1V65fEoq2oI)
I think what i will try to do is make a bubble  massive in size. then build a solar system inside. Then make it into a solid. then make a solar system on the out side also.
Thanks again all.
Great community.

The warping is a normal effect for black holes, due to them bending light rays that pass them in a lensing kind of way (you'll also see it in non-game-breaking black holes). However, the rest ... is not normal ... I guess ^^'
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Post by: Physics_Hacker on February 05, 2018, 03:39:05 PM
Does anyone know how to add city lights to planets?

There's no way to add them on purpose at the moment but I'll attach one that was generated with them to this post.
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Post by: Austritistanian on February 08, 2018, 05:11:05 AM
Hi so i probably won't be posting any simulations any time soon because my laptop's charger just got burned, and so i couldn't get it to charge my laptop, which is now completely dead.

I would still post in this forum (I am currently using my phone), but until I bought a new charger, I won't be posting anything Universe Sandbox related
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Post by: Cesare on February 08, 2018, 05:37:43 AM
You need to buy a new laptop charger. You can find replacement chargers on eBay or Amazon.
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Post by: tkulogo on February 08, 2018, 07:36:30 AM
Without seeing the end, it’s impossible to be sure, but the cord that's damaged sure looks like the standard IEC 3-pin cord that's been used on desktop PC's, monitors, some TV's, and a host of other devices for like 30 years. You should be able to find and extra one around somewhere.
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Post by: Cesare on February 08, 2018, 11:43:48 AM
What you need to do is type the model of your laptop on eBay or Amazon, and specify that it is a laptop charger that you are trying to find. I am sure that you will find another charger like this one.
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Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on February 08, 2018, 02:27:30 PM
Hi so i probably won't be posting any simulations any time soon because my laptop's charger just got burned, and so i couldn't get it to charge my laptop, which is now completely dead.

I would still post in this forum (I am currently using my phone), but until I bought a new charger, I won't be posting anything Universe Sandbox related
Damm, that's bad! I hope your laptop charger replacement comes quick! RIP Laptop
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Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on February 08, 2018, 02:53:42 PM
Madores System
I made this system past-year BTW
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Post by: Austritistanian on February 10, 2018, 01:40:10 AM
Turns out I could just buy the new cord from my local electronic store for $1.10
And I had to convert the price

(http://icecream.me/uploads/b2c400fc8baf89ddf28b61d4174ce336.png)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on February 10, 2018, 04:16:31 AM
Turns out I could just buy the new cord from my local electronic store for $1.10
And I had to convert the price

(http://icecream.me/uploads/b2c400fc8baf89ddf28b61d4174ce336.png)
Your currency is broke
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Post by: Austritistanian on February 10, 2018, 10:10:45 AM
I approve this message
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Post by: Austritistanian on February 10, 2018, 09:45:02 PM
Okay guys here you go
The Giernel System


(https://imgur.com/I2QaeSX.png)

It's an octuple star system with planets, that's it
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: BadCleo on February 11, 2018, 01:45:51 PM
I have Universe Sandbox 2 for a few weeks now. I still don't really know how this works. I'm sharing my first solar system I build. It's called Bella. There is 1 habitable planet.
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Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on February 13, 2018, 05:44:20 AM
Okay guys here you go
The Giernel System


(https://imgur.com/I2QaeSX.png)

It's an octuple star system with planets, that's it

I checked the system, and it got me thinking:
HOW DID YOU GOT A STAR TO ORBIT 7 OTHER STARS ALMOST 2 LIGHT-YEARS AWAY?!
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Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on February 13, 2018, 11:05:42 AM
I have Universe Sandbox 2 for a few weeks now. I still don't really know how this works. I'm sharing my first solar system I build. It's called Bella. There is 1 habitable planet.

Use the Random Rocky Planet button to make unique rocky planets, your system is plain...
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Post by: Austritistanian on February 14, 2018, 01:15:58 AM
Okay guys here you go
The Giernel System


(https://imgur.com/I2QaeSX.png)

It's an octuple star system with planets, that's it

I checked the system, and it got me thinking:
HOW DID YOU GOT A STAR TO ORBIT 7 OTHER STARS ALMOST 2 LIGHT-YEARS AWAY?!

Two light years? It's only half a light year away
Also, I have no idea if it's going to orbit the 7 stars or not, it's a shot in the dark, basically
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Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on February 14, 2018, 05:56:15 AM
Okay guys here you go
The Giernel System


(https://imgur.com/I2QaeSX.png)

It's an octuple star system with planets, that's it

I checked the system, and it got me thinking:
HOW DID YOU GOT A STAR TO ORBIT 7 OTHER STARS ALMOST 2 LIGHT-YEARS AWAY?!

Two light years? It's only half a light year away
Also, I have no idea if it's going to orbit the 7 stars or not, it's a shot in the dark, basically

Oh, damm illusions
Its orbiting the other 7 stars BTW
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Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on February 14, 2018, 07:54:55 AM
SUI 19255402.5-48148473.2 System

The SUI 19255402.5-48148473.2 system is a very extreme system that has 2 stars, 2 planets and a very complicated name.

SUI 19255402.5-48148473.2 A

Its the primary star in the system, a vampire star.

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A vampire star is a star that absorbs matter from its companion.

SUI 19255402.5-48148473.2 B

The secondary star. It was once a big, happy star, but now its slowly being eaten by the vampire star... It will vanish a few million years from now. :'(

SUI 19255402.5-48148473.2 b

A hot Jupiter that enjoys beautiful eclipses of the 2 stars. Its also evaporating...

SUI 19255402.5-48148473.2 c

The perfect place to live in the system, despite it being very far away. It also has a unusually high albedo, and we don't know why!
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Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on February 17, 2018, 12:24:22 PM
It died
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Timelord Tom on February 28, 2018, 06:14:26 PM
Only had US2 since Friday, been playing with it to learn how to do different things. Can't say that I've read all the posts here, but someone else must have tried something like this: I started with a small 1 M Sun Black Hole, set it to locked so the system wouldn't take off on me. I then lowered it's mass to 272 Jupiters and placed a 107 Jupiter star in close orbit, followed by a planetary system. Within the habitable zone, well, it's there most of the time, I placed a 1.4 Earth mass planet with a viable atmosphere and material composition to support life. Due to the effects of it's orbit around both a star and a black hole it's surface temperature varies from a high around 40 C, and a low just below 0 C as it travels from outer portion of the green habitable zone dipping into the red part of the zone at it's closest point to the black hole/star combo.

Now, I doubt very much that such a system exists, but it's a fun simulation none the less.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Cesare on March 01, 2018, 06:18:59 AM
Can someone please tell me when Update 21 comes out? We are now in March 2018.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: tkulogo on March 01, 2018, 07:55:45 AM
Yeah Tom, I don't think a system would actually exist because I don't think the universe has a way of creating a small black hole. It is possible that the last fluctuation of a pair-instability supernova could lead to a tiny black hole while the rest of the star is destroyed in the supernova, but that goes past theoretical and probably past hypothetical into imaginative. On the bright side, there’s a lot we don’t know, so anything is at least remotely possible.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on March 01, 2018, 04:25:42 PM
Only had US2 since Friday, been playing with it to learn how to do different things. Can't say that I've read all the posts here, but someone else must have tried something like this: I started with a small 1 M Sun Black Hole, set it to locked so the system wouldn't take off on me. I then lowered it's mass to 272 Jupiters and placed a 107 Jupiter star in close orbit, followed by a planetary system. Within the habitable zone, well, it's there most of the time, I placed a 1.4 Earth mass planet with a viable atmosphere and material composition to support life. Due to the effects of it's orbit around both a star and a black hole it's surface temperature varies from a high around 40 C, and a low just below 0 C as it travels from outer portion of the green habitable zone dipping into the red part of the zone at it's closest point to the black hole/star combo.

Now, I doubt very much that such a system exists, but it's a fun simulation none the less.
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Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Timelord Tom on March 02, 2018, 05:44:31 AM
Yeah Tom, I don't think a system would actually exist because I don't think the universe has a way of creating a small black hole. It is possible that the last fluctuation of a pair-instability supernova could lead to a tiny black hole while the rest of the star is destroyed in the supernova, but that goes past theoretical and probably past hypothetical into imaginative. On the bright side, there’s a lot we don’t know, so anything is at least remotely possible.

Did a bit of research on how small a black hole could be. Still only a theory, but Stephen Hawking himself came up with the idea of micro black holes. He also believes that black holes will evaporate over time due to what has become known as Hawking radiation. According to that theory the smaller the black hole the faster it will evaporate.

That still doesn't make the system I posted anything more than a fun simulation. What's really telling is that if you take that system and use the Tool: Auto-Orbit all the nice round orbits go to hell with everything heading straight for the black hole/star center. Some planets survive to be ejected from the system, or into a long trip round to come back to the center for another death defying encounter.

All that said, what we think is impossible today has often proved wrong tomorrow. Until we started discovering exoplanets we thought it would be impossible for a jovian sized planet to be in close orbit to a star. As far as strange things go I'm not going to be betting against the universe coming up with anything short of impossible, and what we now think of as impossible may prove to merely improbable, or possibly even more common place than we'd ever imagine.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: tkulogo on March 02, 2018, 08:22:10 AM
Yeah Tom, I don't think a system would actually exist because I don't think the universe has a way of creating a small black hole. It is possible that the last fluctuation of a pair-instability supernova could lead to a tiny black hole while the rest of the star is destroyed in the supernova, but that goes past theoretical and probably past hypothetical into imaginative. On the bright side, there’s a lot we don’t know, so anything is at least remotely possible.

Did a bit of research on how small a black hole could be. Still only a theory, but Stephen Hawking himself came up with the idea of micro black holes. He also believes that black holes will evaporate over time due to what has become known as Hawking radiation. According to that theory the smaller the black hole the faster it will evaporate.

That still doesn't make the system I posted anything more than a fun simulation. What's really telling is that if you take that system and use the Tool: Auto-Orbit all the nice round orbits go to hell with everything heading straight for the black hole/star center. Some planets survive to be ejected from the system, or into a long trip round to come back to the center for another death defying encounter.

All that said, what we think is impossible today has often proved wrong tomorrow. Until we started discovering exoplanets we thought it would be impossible for a jovian sized planet to be in close orbit to a star. As far as strange things go I'm not going to be betting against the universe coming up with anything short of impossible, and what we now think of as impossible may prove to merely improbable, or possibly even more common place than we'd ever imagine.

We've actually been looking for micro black holes for some time. They would evaporate through Hawking radiation faster and faster and end in an explosion that should be detectable. We haven't found them, so their existence is in question, but still possible.

Black holes that form from stellar collapse would take many times the age of the universe to evaporate down to a fraction of the suns mass, so in that way, your system is possible, just not yet.

A little imagination makes it all possible, and future discoveries will surpass our imagination anyway.
Title: Brown dwarf Jupiter
Post by: Marc B on March 17, 2018, 03:52:44 PM
After messing around with the settings from another poster on this I found by upping Jupiter to over 80 ignites it and playing around with the temperature using the +- you can change the color and intensity. It even gives you a habitable zone. :)
Title: Re: Brown dwarf Jupiter
Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on March 17, 2018, 04:26:03 PM
After messing around with the settings from another poster on this I found by upping Jupiter to over 80 ignites it and playing around with the temperature using the +- you can change the color and intensity. It even gives you a habitable zone. :)

I build a planetary system around your brown dwarf Jupiter. Hope that you like it!
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Marc B on March 18, 2018, 05:22:50 AM
Looks good! I terraformed Fira and it seems to be stable to 15 degrees Celsius with an atmospheric pressure of 2.9 atmospheres with water add as well. I tidally locked it just because I could :)
Check it out and let me know what you think.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on March 18, 2018, 08:31:38 AM
Looks good! I terraformed Fira and it seems to be stable to 15 degrees Celsius with an atmospheric pressure of 2.9 atmospheres with water add as well. I tidally locked it just because I could :)
Check it out and let me know what you think.

Incredible! As a gift, I made a terraformed moon named after you! Took a while to get it to orbit and make it 10-20 degrees Celsius with water and a 1 ATM atmospheric pressure. Hope that you like it!
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Marc B on March 18, 2018, 10:06:03 AM
Sweet! :D
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on March 18, 2018, 10:17:23 AM
Sweet! :D

Lets work together on this system, and future ones!
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Cesare on March 18, 2018, 02:23:04 PM
I like the brown dwarf star.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Gurren Lagann TSS on March 18, 2018, 02:32:29 PM
I like the brown dwarf star.

Its a cooperation between Marc B and me.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Austritistanian on May 07, 2018, 03:21:12 AM
This is not a simulation, but I think this belonged here

(https://imgur.com/3w3h3Sp.png)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Cesare on May 07, 2018, 04:20:59 AM
Small orbits always show polygons. Why?
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Physics_Hacker on May 07, 2018, 12:26:23 PM
Small orbits always show polygons. Why?

Interpolation when the simulation is running too fast.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Cesare on May 07, 2018, 01:12:39 PM
Weird. I should be round.
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Austritistanian on May 26, 2018, 04:23:17 AM
WE'VE UPDATED OUR PRIVACY POLICY
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Austritistanian on May 26, 2018, 04:42:27 AM
Antilla System

Sorry for my inactivity, I've been working on a system for the past week. This is what I've been working on, the Antilla system, a solar system with 12 planets

(https://imgur.com/7lMkxxN.png)
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: universe on May 26, 2018, 08:54:43 PM
been doing some behind the scenes with some simulations
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: universe on May 27, 2018, 10:27:17 AM
more simulations i worked on
Title: Re: Share your creations!
Post by: Austritistanian on May 30, 2018, 12:01:39 AM
I'm trying to take advantage of the recent hyperbolic update to make this new simulation, it's more of a story-based simulation, and I wanna know what you guys think about this.

Kameahele

The year is 2123, a large swarm of comets enters the inner solar system, with several close encounters with Earth, and some others hitting planets like Jupiter and Mars. While the bombardment is not as intense as the Late Heavy Bombardment, astronomers are sure that there is something in the outer reaches of the solar system that is responsible for this event. Upon researching, they found a bone-chilling discovery.

A massive planet, over six and a half times more massive than Jupiter and nearly 2.3 times its diameter, is found to be moving at an incredible high speed directly into the inner solar system. This marks an incredible discovery in astronomy, as it is the first known planetary-sized interstellar object to pass through the solar system, and the second known interstellar object to pass through since Oumuamua back in 2017.

The planet, dubbed "Kameahele" meaning "wanderer", appeared to be coming from the constellation Scorpius, more specifically the star V1003 Sco, at roughly 17.2 km/s. Astronomers calculated that the planet will reach periastron (closest point to the Sun) on October 21st, 2269, at a distance of 3.8 AU, and would also appear in the constellation Ursa Major as viewed from Earth. It will appear 4x brighter than Jupiter, and would be so close that it would be visible to the naked eye with no telescope required.

Upon researching Kameahele's trajectory, they found that the planet will fly past Uranus at an extremely close distance of 95.4 million km. This would strip away some of the moons of Uranus and would slow down Uranus pushing it into a closer, more eccentric orbit.

Kameahele will move away from the solar system and back into interstellar space, roughly towards the constellation Cetus.

(https://imgur.com/3p6Hlck.png)
Kameahele at a distance of 21.5 AU

(https://imgur.com/WNhtZ7H.png)
Kameahele during periastron, at a distance of 3.8 AU

(https://imgur.com/84Lj9k4.png)
Due to close encounter with Kameahele, Uranus fell into a more eccentric orbit