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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by marasama on 25th February 2011, 12:42 pm

Request please:
Can you make a sodium rich gas giant.
Since sodium is yellow color, the gas giant will probably yellow to brown color or maybe yellow splats where sodium is rich in.

White cirrus clouds of vaporize other materials is optional.
Just wanted to see what it would look like.

thanks.

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Daniel on 11th March 2011, 10:24 pm

look this beautiful video: Alien Worlds around a nearby brown dwarf star

http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=QuPuIBSjMUM

amazing worlds

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Edasich on 12th March 2011, 5:27 am

marasama wrote:Request please:
Can you make a sodium rich gas giant.
Since sodium is yellow color, the gas giant will probably yellow to brown color or maybe yellow splats where sodium is rich in.

It shall be done Wink

Daniel wrote:look this beautiful video: Alien Worlds around a nearby brown dwarf star

http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=QuPuIBSjMUM

amazing worlds

Interesting video, though I think tidally locked terrestrial planet could not necessarily be frozen on the night-side according to alternative models. The photo-evaporating chthonian was really nice Smile

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Edasich on 8th April 2011, 3:19 pm

Thread bump Very Happy

I'm going to put some of my Celestia-made space art at http://spikevalance.deviantart.com/gallery/
There you will find WASP-33 b and some pictures of the comics projects I'm working on Smile

Caution! Great amounts of H.P. Lovecraft and prolonger exposure to Great Old Ones may let you flee by Cosmic Terror *lol* Laughing

Plus, I had to accomplish a request from Marasama: a sodium-rich hot Jupiter. More brown than yellowish...
I hope you like it, Marasama! Wink



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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by marasama on 12th April 2011, 10:48 am

Edasich wrote:...
Nice.

A little different than I imaged, but I did not take rayleigh effects into consideration.
Still good, I'll do a little more research on Sodium-rich and see if I find more details.

Thanks again, I like.

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Edasich on 24th April 2011, 7:49 am

Easter thread bump: HD 69830 planetary system.

HD 69830 b - more irradiated and stronger Rayleigh scattering due to hydrogen and methane



HD 69830 c - less irradiated than former but yet methane-rich and caerulean-looking.



HD 69830 d - water-rich Neptune (or warm Saturn if inclination equates 13°). Ring system because of debris disk (Saturn-like rings this time...).



And a putative Mercury'sized moon with liquid water filling some craters. A bit unreal perhaps, since (I don't remember the reference) planets with masses smaller than Mars should not retain liquid water.


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Post by Sedna on 24th April 2011, 1:45 pm

One of my favorite planetary systems. I particularly like the b one, thanks for the eggs !

Edit: what about the asteroid belt ?

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by marasama on 25th April 2011, 11:03 am

Actually about the Sodium-rich giant.

Would the rayleigh effect + yellow sodium = greenish color rayleigh?

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Lazarus on 4th May 2011, 5:13 pm

I'd like to see your take on a lava-ocean planet as suggested by modelling of CoRoT-7b and Kepler-10b. (Maybe 55 Cancri e if the low-radius model is correct?)

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Edasich on 15th May 2011, 11:02 am

Thread bump: some unusual (putative or yet to be discovered) planetary systems.

Nu Octantis Ab: this system intrigues me much since assumed to be nearly coplanar with giant host star's binary MS companion (if I remember correctly). Directly receiving the heat of two stars. If confirmed I'm going to name it Notos, after the spirit of Southern wind (clear assonance with Nu letter too).



Aoturoa - MOA-2007-BLG-192L b: assumed as a giant Europa or Enceladus. A pure "cryestrial" planet. I call Aoturoa it, after Maori word for "Earth". Not referring to habitable conditions of course, but to exoplanet's mass regime.




A Snowball Planet: But perhaps I am going to use it as "Snowball Earth" artistic rendering for my research.


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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Edasich on 2nd July 2011, 5:52 am

Thread bump: again some real exoplanet and a few fictional extrasolar worlds

Kepler-14 b - Freshly discovered massive hot Jupiter orbiting a binary F7 star (luminous dot in background is the companion star B).




KOI-428 b - Substellar object at planet-brown dwarf boundary



Fictional (these shall feature in a science fiction of mine) - An outer gas giant for Delta Pavonis, having a highly active moon, with a dark volcanic belt along satellite's latitude (black ashes colouring the surface).



A massive gas giant in peculiar orbital configuration around 36 Ophiuchi Bb. Revisiting spurious astrometric detection of a gas giant at 30-100 yrs orbit around this binary star, assuming peculiar orbital inclination and somewhat a Trojan configuration. Very cold. Stars A and C in background, of course.




Another putative gas giant, orbiting 70 Ophiuchi A. Nearly within the HZ and hosting a cold and dry Earth-like moon, with tundra-type (or moss-like) vegetation.




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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Sunchaser on 24th December 2011, 9:55 am

Your work is spectacular! What are the chances that any of these would be available for Celestia?

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Neuron on 28th March 2012, 1:13 pm

Can you do the Kepler-22 system? Pleasee Smile .

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by PlutonianEmpire on 28th March 2012, 11:41 pm

Could you try the three circumbinary systems that Kepler found? (Kepler-16, -34, and -35?) And maybe see what Earth-size moons might look like there (they don't have to be habitable Wink, ), if the hill spheres are large enough? Smile

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Baltazar on 13th August 2013, 3:54 pm

Hi there, I haven't seen you active on this thread in a while Smile

This is not a request, more of a suggestion really, consider it a practice of a sort, as much as modelling, to practice of your creative side Smile

Would very much like to see how you would imagine hypothetical planets in Sigma Draconis, Mu Draconis, and Tau Ceti 'e', 'f', and the not yet found 'g' (your alleged hideout Razz)

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Edasich on 4th September 2013, 4:38 pm

Post reply in hyper-delay. So sorry!!! Razz
 
Yes, this thread has been inactive for long time. Neither I have submitted new Celestia addons lately. Rolling Eyes
 
I've been so swamped up lately but who knows? A thread bump may come the least you expect...
 
And yes, I would really like to accomplish Neuron, PlutonianEmpire and Baltazar's request at first. Wink

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Sunchaser on 4th September 2013, 9:44 pm

I can't wait...

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Edasich on 14th October 2013, 1:13 pm

Little thread bump with some requests accomplished (more coming soon). Premiss: it's been a while since the last time I've "played" with Celestia, so that textures for planets and moons are perhaps poor quality. Some changes are needed and I could edit the pictures in further updates.
 
In the meantime here's what I've done recently to fulfil Neuron and PlutonianEmpire's requests:
 
- Kepler-16 ABb, the first (and best) circumbinary transiting planet ever. Binary rising...
 

 
...Kepler-16 ABb alone: a water-rich, high-albedo (A>0.5) gas giant (a "humid" Saturn in this case). But What is that tiny pale dot in the background?...
 

 
... For sure. A (putative) Earth-like moon: a "Kepler-16 (ABb)b"...
 

 
...with icy and liquid water on its surface...
 

 
- Kepler-22 b, the cloudy Waterworld (collage comparing it with our beloved "Blue Dot"...)
 

 
- Double the Fun: let's go with Kepler-34 ABb with its Sun in duplicate...
 

 
...greenish due to methane haze and brighter for double irradiation...
 

 
...no chance for a place like home here...
 
- Kepler-35 ABb - Another doubly sunbaked one...
 

 
...Even with (hot) ice at the poles, Blue does not mean "habitable"...
 

 
...No. Not at all. Its Moon says.
 

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Sirius_Alpha on 15th October 2013, 11:20 am

Your gas planets continue to be remarkable Shocked

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by PlutonianEmpire on 15th October 2013, 3:48 pm

Indeed! Cool 

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Sunchaser on 21st October 2013, 7:32 am

Well worth the wait! I wonder what will be next?

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by Edasich on 25th October 2013, 6:54 am

Sunchaser wrote:Well worth the wait!  I wonder what will be next?

-M-
 
 
Served. Kepler-64 [A(ab)]b, hot Neptune in quadruple system.
 

 

 
Kepler-61 b, Venus-like Kepler planet.
 

 
Updated Hot Jovian planet similar to Whatmough's original one for WASP-38 b.
 

 
And now the latest, weirdest exoplanet (?) so far: ROXs 42 (ABC)b (I adopt this designation). First the stars (on the left the binary ROXs 42 Ca-Cb, right the ROXs 42 A-B pair):
 

 
Then the planet/brown dwarf. PlutonianEmpire gave me the idea to place planet in nebula (Rho Ophiuchi Dark Nebula) and toy with atmosphere colours (though I'm not entirely at ease with managing them yet).
 

 
Some rearview displaying the quadruple system in different configurations: Ca-Cb eclipsing (A and B at Ca-Cb sides).
 

 
B eclipsing Ca-Cb
 

 
A-B anc Ca-Cb eclipsing.
 

 
And finally total eclipse!
 

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Re: Edasich's Work

Post by PlutonianEmpire on 18th February 2014, 10:41 pm

That's gotta be one heckuva slow-orbiting planet for the background stars AND its lit crescent to be that stationary for that long. Razz

And hey, Im glad to have been able to help out some with the atmospheres. :)And great work, as always! Very Happy

EDIT: And Shocked . Didn't notice the post date. Didn't realize that much time had passed. Embarassed Ah well. Again, great work!

Cheers. Smile

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