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« Reply #330 on: May 23, 2019, 09:22:35 PM »
Pool balls to add to your PC/laptop/IOS (if desired).

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« Reply #331 on: May 23, 2019, 09:23:09 PM »
Plus a snooker ball.

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« Reply #332 on: May 23, 2019, 09:39:37 PM »
Kepler 10c was originally thought to be a massive terrestrial planet with more than 17x Earth's mass, but recent analysis showed the density to be only 3.14 g/cm3 with a mass no greater than 7.37 Earth's, making it a hot mini-neptune.

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« Reply #333 on: May 23, 2019, 09:45:34 PM »
The largest and most massive terrestrial planet's we've ever found based on our best analysis.

K2-38b has a mass of nearly 12x that of Earth's and a radius of 1.527x earths, and is perhaps the densest planet ever discovered, at a whopping 17.5 g/cm3.
K2-56b or BD+20594b has a mass of 16.33 earths and a radius of 2.23 earths.
K2-66b has a mass of 21.3 earths and a radius of 2.49 earths.
Kepler-145b has a mass of 37.1 earths and a radius of 2.65 earths, making it the largest and most massive terrestrial planet we've ever found, crowning it the king of terrestrials and godzilla of earths.

Though the star Kepler-145 is portrayed as a yellow giant and the star's true radius isn't even known and hasn't been measured yet so far.
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« Reply #334 on: May 23, 2019, 09:49:02 PM »
The Kepler-22 system with Kepler-22b, which is best believed to be an ocean world, an earth-like planet completely covered in an ocean, meaning life on it might be marine life or algae.
Though the mass and composition of the planet's currently unknown, as the star's distance is roughly 638 light years from us.

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« Reply #335 on: May 23, 2019, 09:51:07 PM »
Kepler-438 was thought to be an earth-like planet, with the highest ESI(Earth similarity index) rating of 0.88 (88% earth-like), but recent analysis showed the star to emit deadly flares, bathing it with unimaginable amounts of lethal radiation, sterilizing its environment, making it more of a super mercury.
Same with Proxima B.

Though however ESI doesn't account for habitability unless you define it as that.
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« Reply #336 on: May 23, 2019, 10:19:25 PM »
The GQ Lupi System, with what could be one of the largest planets known to man, at a radius of 3 jupiters, though with a mass of 36 jupiters, it's likely classified as a brown dwarf.
Halfway between a planet and a star.
Which would explain why it's surface is so hot despite being 103 AU away from its star, which is only 70% the mass of our Sun.

The 1st 2 files are the star and planetary companion.
The 3rd file is the simulation.
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« Reply #337 on: May 23, 2019, 10:22:02 PM »
HD 100546b, perhaps the largest planet ever discovered, at 6.9x Jupiter's radius, though with a mass of likely over 56 jupiters, it's more likely a brown dwarf.

US2 didn't originally portray HD 100546 b as 6.9x jupiter's radius, but this modified body of it in the simulation does.

There are 2 disks of particles, the inner disk ranges from 0.2 AU to 0.4 AU and the outer disk ranges from 17 AU to 270 AU.
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« Reply #338 on: May 23, 2019, 10:29:50 PM »
Other sports balls orbiting a bowling ball.
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« Reply #339 on: May 23, 2019, 10:32:10 PM »
The death of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago.
Too bad I couldn't find a way to turn off the city lights without having to replace Earth, yet Earth didn't even have any technology yet that long ago.
We weren't around at that time either.

And unfortunately, US2 hasn't developed dust or ash clouds that you would expect after a large collision with planets like Earth from asteroids.
But such an impact from a comet, which was 5 km in radius, caused debris and ejecta to fly out and some rained back down on Earth, and Earth got covered with dust that temporarily was fiery and then cooled to darkness.

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« Reply #340 on: May 23, 2019, 11:07:34 PM »
Amazing size comparison of everything. I like your videos. Upload them on YouTube.
Unfortunately, US2 can only record videos as GIFs and you can't post GIFs on YouTube.

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« Reply #341 on: May 24, 2019, 04:05:03 PM »
Amazing size comparison of everything. I like your videos. Upload them on YouTube.
Unfortunately, US2 can only record videos as GIFs and you can't post GIFs on YouTube.
cough External recorders... cough

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« Reply #342 on: May 24, 2019, 07:26:22 PM »
You know I wasn't originally planning on posting videos on YouTube, yet I have a PC and that's all.
The GIFs are good here though.

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« Reply #343 on: May 24, 2019, 07:30:28 PM »
Now what if the planets were as close to us as our Moon.

Unfortunately, a bug just recently came where the planets radii are now inaccurate after clicking on the simulation after saving.
It's one of the worst bugs in the game's history.
Hopefully it's fixed soon.

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« Reply #344 on: May 24, 2019, 07:33:02 PM »
So what if the planets like Mercury, Mars, or Venus replaced our Moon.

Though we know while our Moon looks impressive from Earth in reality, the other planets at the same distance would look more impressive.
But there would be catastrophic consequences, like Earth being thrown off orbit and the planets possibly colliding with us.

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« Reply #345 on: May 24, 2019, 07:34:09 PM »
What if the gas giants replaced our Moon.
More like their gravitational pull is much stronger than Earth's, and will put Earth on a collision course with any of them.
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« Reply #346 on: May 24, 2019, 07:50:13 PM »
A size comparison of golf balls, from standard golf balls to oversized.

Remember when standard golf balls including a British R&A golf ball and an American USGA golf ball had 2 different sizes?
The R&A ball was formerly 2.06 cm in radius and 45.93 g in mass, the USGA ball is 2.13 cm in radius with equal mass, making it slightly denser.
Eventually there was an agreement that both golf balls would be the same size, but this simulation shows otherwise.

The 45.72 cm radius is from a giant golf ball that Irish residents display as representing transformation into leprechauns. https://www.visitdublinohio.com/blog/post/what-to-do-with-a-giant-golf-ball-part-2/

The largest R&A golf ball in the world measures 22.5 m in radius with a mass of 5,000,000 kg, and the largest USGA golf ball and any kind of golf ball measures 25.146 m in radius, is also the heaviest one ever made, with a mass of 7,040,000 kg, and hasn't even made it into the world records for its size and mass.
Yet despite their high mass, they're relatively lightweight for their size, due to the fact that they're mostly hollow, so that if you put them into an ocean, they would float (whereas standard regulation golf balls would sink).
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« Reply #347 on: May 27, 2019, 12:44:53 AM »
Our Solar System with planets in the form of common sports balls.
This is version 1.
Moons of planets to be added to version 2 of the system.
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« Reply #348 on: May 27, 2019, 06:08:46 AM »
A size comparison of zorb balls.
Which are used in zorbing sports.
They're models needed to be implemented in a future update, and would also be great for a hopeful future of bounce mode being implemented.
http://www.zorbingtime.com/zorb-ball-human-hamster-ball/

The 1st file is put in the bodies folder and the one below is the simulation.

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« Reply #349 on: June 03, 2019, 07:09:41 PM »
Cage ball size comparison.
Cage balls are large balls used in physical education sports where a giant rubber ball is enclosed by a nylon fabric cover, and they're often pushed by players, hence the alternative name push balls.
Although many cage balls resemble oversized basketballs, they're usually used for games similar to soccer and volleyball.
https://www.palossports.com/store/proddetail.cfm/ItemID/59/CategoryID/46081/SubCatID/1592/file.htm?source=googleps&utm_source=google&utm_medium=cpc&adpos=1o1&scid=scplp10153&sc_intid=10153&gclid=Cj0KCQjwitPnBRCQARIsAA5n84mynSNhzXc7z4JJzJhaIJGVAx_t0uQjOD8BT9nkEa9Oj3t7NjSHCmIaAhDhEALw_wcB

The cage ball body file goes to the bodies folder.
The cage ball sizes goes to simulations.

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« Reply #350 on: June 04, 2019, 04:07:19 PM »
Soccer balls range from size 1 to a size 5 in regulation.
But in this simulation, it includes regulation sizes, to oversized custom sizes.
The largest one ever was a size 120, and was 6 meters 9 cm 4 mm in radius and had a mass of 960 kg.
http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/world-records/largest-football-(soccer-ball)

The largest soccer ball body goes into the bodies folder and the simulation goes to the simulations folder.

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« Reply #351 on: June 05, 2019, 10:04:55 AM »
A power scale of collisions with asteroids, from 50 cm in radius, to 2 m in radius, to 5 m in radius, to 10 m in radius, to 25 m in radius, to 50 m in radius, to 100 m in radius, to 200 m in radius, to 500 m in radius, to 2.5 km in radius, to 5 km (dino killer) in radius, to 50 km in radius, to Ceres, which has a mean radius of 470 km, and finally Theia, which was a hypothetical body similar in radius and mass to Mars that theoretically hit Earth and formed a ring system that theoretically coalesced into our Moon.
This video from Reigarw Comparisons gives you a good reference"

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« Reply #352 on: June 05, 2019, 10:10:24 AM »
A simulation of what the effects of an asteroid 250 km in radius hitting Earth would be like.

A simulation's been done before back in 2008 by Discovery Channel:
But this is my rendition on US2 of such a behemoth asteroid hitting Earth.
So credit to the original simulation's given to Discovery Channel, but mine to the US2 rendition.
Credit of the YouTube video's given to Anselmo La Manna.

Note that US2 is still in alpha mode and some things need improvement in updates, like improved mushroom clouds, ash clouds and firestorms on Earth from powerful collisions.
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« Reply #353 on: June 06, 2019, 03:17:44 PM »
The largest golf balls orbiting each other with standard ones for reference.

The largest USGA golf ball and the largest R&A golf ball.

Enjoy.
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« Reply #354 on: June 06, 2019, 07:45:40 PM »
A kin ball orbiting a cage ball.
Kin or Omnikin is a sport similar to others like volleyball except 3 teams play at the same time and a large ball (91.44 cm in average radius and 1 kg in average mass) is used.
https://www.omnikin.com/en/official-kin-ball-sport
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« Reply #355 on: June 08, 2019, 10:59:55 PM »
A simulation of balls used in physical education sports.
Includes cricket, croquet, bocce, lawn bowling, soccer, korfball, water polo ball, dodgeball, kickball. kin, and cage push sports.

Balls go in the bodies folder and the sim goes to the simulations folder.
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« Reply #356 on: June 08, 2019, 11:07:43 PM »
A korfball and water polo ball to add to the game.

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« Reply #357 on: June 21, 2019, 06:02:34 AM »
New planets discovered orbiting Teegarden's Star, both having similar mass to Earth.
The radii and composition of planets are unknown, but here are just guesses.

Yet the 1st planet has been analysed to have a mass only 5% greater than Earth's, giving it the highest ESI (Earth Similarity Index) rating of any exoplanet discovered so far, at 0.94 (94% similar to Earth).

Teegarden's Star: Mass = 0.08 Suns - Radius = 0.127 Suns

Teegarden b: Mass = 1.05 Earths - Radius = 1.03172 Earths

Teegarden b: Mass = 1.11 Earths - Radius = 1.154 Earths

The items "Teegarden b" and "Teegarden c" go to the "bodies" folder and the simulation goes to the "simulations" folder.

One thing to note is that tidally locked planets with water or other liquid on its surface and weather would have a giant vortex facing the star due to the star's heat and wind effects from it, so that needs to be implemented in a future update.
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« Reply #358 on: June 21, 2019, 06:03:52 AM »
Even the star doesn't exist yet in US2 alone, so I made it from a random main sequence star and gave it the mass and radius of Teegarden's Star.
It goes in the "bodies" folder.

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« Reply #359 on: June 25, 2019, 03:57:09 PM »
Since the Women's World Cup is playing now, I decided to make a size comparison of the most famous soccer balls.

A standard size 5 is 11 cm in radius and has a mass of 430 g.
The Telstar-18 jumbo for the 2018 Menís World Cup was 40 cm in radius and 6.80388555 kg in mass.
The largest soccer ball ever made measures 6.094 m in radius and 960 kg in mass.
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