• Space Engine - Procedural Universe Simulator
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A globular cluster in M31/NGC-224/Andromeda [img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3965132/shit%20past%201013/screens/SpaceEngine%202011-04-04%2001-30-16-01.png[/img]
Reminds me of Noctis IV except it doesn't rape my eyes, it makes tender love to them
My god, this looks quite interesting
for anyone unfamiliar with Astrology if you want to find Galaxies either use wikipedia or in the program search for anything with the name "M #" they will either be galaxies or Star clusters.
All right guys, I'm going to go to sleep, I'll post the link to the mirror in my Dropbox when I wake up.
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None of my shots have procedural Stars on, just procedural Planets on real stars.
-snippe- I'm dumb
Has anyone found any procedural planets that have "life" in the description, I've found plenty of Terra like planets, but not any yet that have life in the description. [editline]4th April 2011[/editline] I like how graphics engine the has realistic bouncing light, look how Mars and lights up Deimos [URL=http://s179.photobucket.com/albums/w306/Tuskin38/?action=view&current=scr00016.png][IMG]http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w306/Tuskin38/th_scr00016.png[/IMG][/URL] Mars' texture looks better quality then Earth's [editline]4th April 2011[/editline] Also I'm sad there are no planets around 40 Eridani. That is where Reach (Halo) and Vulcan (Trek) are. [editline]4th April 2011[/editline] [URL=http://s179.photobucket.com/albums/w306/Tuskin38/?action=view&current=scr00030.png][IMG]http://i179.photobucket.com/albums/w306/Tuskin38/th_scr00030.png[/IMG][/URL] A shot from a moon I found with Life, 40 Markent.
[QUOTE=Zombii;28980604]A globular cluster in M31/NGC-224/Andromeda [img_thumb]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/3965132/shit%20past%201013/screens/SpaceEngine%202011-04-04%2001-30-16-01.png[/img_thumb][/QUOTE] Came across one too, I got as close as I dared so not to crash [img]http://i2.photobucket.com/albums/y37/SaborWolf/Senginecluster.jpg[/img] It was nearish the Milky Way center
wow. this looks insane
Sure its beautiful, but it would be more awesome if you could blow up everything.
Space is big. Like. Really fucking big. Anyone found the Biggest star ever found? that'd be cool to take a look at.
this download is taking forever
Pft, I still prefer Orbiter. :smug: [sp]will download when get home[/sp]
I'm not sure what it is, but something about space makes me nauseous. Probably the sheer scale of everything. Pretty cool program regardless, reminds me of Celestia except prettier and buggier.
For nvidia users: -Go to Config/Main.cfg, open with notepad and change "r_BugMipmaps true" for "r_BugMipmaps false" If you use Windows 7/Vista: -Run Space Engine with Windows XP compatibility mode. This increases the quality of textures and decreases the chances of getting a CTD. An Earth-like moon in the center of NGC 2341 galaxy. [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/KvQC8.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/1wTQf.jpg[/IMG] Coordinates: RS 1601-3145-6-39438-5053 19
Reminds me of the engine that can render entire planets, what was that called again?
[img]http://img69.imageshack.us/img69/3827/hanar.jpg[/img] I found the hanar homeworld! [img]http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/8113/hanar2.jpg[/img] It looks pretty nice.
This is pretty much the program I've been looking for for a long time.
And I wonder why it's taking so long for Infinity: The Quest for Earth to come out when someone made a program that does exactly what the "biggest hurdle" in Infinity is.
Infinity has more detail, and ships, and ... well... everything that This doesn't have. This is basically just a procedurally generated galaxy, which is unstable, and nothing more Fucking wish it would hurry the hell up though
[QUOTE=kenji;28981473]Space is big. Like. Really fucking big. Anyone found the Biggest star ever found? that'd be cool to take a look at.[/QUOTE] VY Canis Majoris is the largest star currently known to us.
If anyone could mirror it that would be so much wanted. But I guess I'm gonna have to wait. :sigh:
That's fucking beautiful. Wow.
This is awesome, but I can never find any planets. :saddowns:
[QUOTE=Rautatie;28983198][img_thumb]http://img69.imageshack.us/img69/3827/hanar.jpg[/img_thumb] I found the hanar homeworld! [img_thumb]http://img12.imageshack.us/img12/8113/hanar2.jpg[/img_thumb] It looks pretty nice.[/QUOTE] how are you able to go to the planet? Mine doesn't do that
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