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Temperature & Surface-Changing Bug
« on: January 26, 2020, 09:54:26 PM »
There's a bug where a body's mass, radius and temperature all go haywire once I change the temperature in eve the slightest way.
A star turns into a black star once I increase/decrease its temperature & its mass & radius are changed out of control as well.
Usually by shrinking.

Yet the surface temperature of planets also change in an unnecessary way
A good example seen is in my simulation of the KELT-9 system consisting of the star & its planet.
The star's temperature is slightly off due to a temperature-changing bug that drops/rises a star's temperature & mass out of proportions when manually changing the temperature in even the slightest.
I set the radius to 2.4 suns & 2.5 suns, which magically put the temperature to 10,878K (extremely close to the real thing).
The system will be modified once the bug's addressed.
It's a serious uncontrollable bug.
« Last Edit: January 26, 2020, 10:05:12 PM by Gregory »