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A brazilian extrasolar vision

Post by AdinanCenci on Thu Sep 03, 2009 10:24 pm

Hey guys. Excuse my english grammar.
I find this site a few minuts ago.
I am a web master and an interested one in exoplanets.

So, after thats years extrasolar vision don't have more updates, I decided to create my own extrasolar vision.
I use so many information from the original site and I only want to ask the permission to the original author (John Whatmough right?) but i don't know how, he still alive or what happend?

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Re: A brazilian extrasolar vision

Post by Sirius_Alpha on Thu Sep 03, 2009 11:30 pm

John Whatmough, unfortunately, died a few years back.

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Post by Stalker on Fri Sep 04, 2009 7:02 am

The information which you find on the site is out-of-date. It is not John's error of course, its job was splendid.

I also have a website, French this time ci. If you want to pump the information which is there, you are welcome. The address of your website does not hesitate to devote itself, so that it is possible to exchange links.
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Re: A brazilian extrasolar vision

Post by AdinanCenci on Sat Feb 20, 2010 6:10 pm

Hey people, i make it!!!
After a long time i get back.

So, i put the Extrasolar Vision Brasil on this address:
http://extrasolar_brasil.100webspace.net

Excuse me if it look ugly, I am a webMaster and not a designer lol

The site is new, still have many problems to fix, but it is working, at last i hope it working when do you visit it lol

What do you people think?
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Re: A brazilian extrasolar vision

Post by Stalker on Sat Feb 20, 2010 6:33 pm

Black colors are better than others for websites about astronomy, and black pixel eat less energy than others, it is a very (very) little help for the planet... Seriously, black is a neutral color, better than green, yellow or blue.

If you want a better logo, i can do it for you, or explain how do that.
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Re: A brazilian extrasolar vision

Post by AdinanCenci on Sat Feb 20, 2010 8:17 pm

No, Thank you. But i will follow your suggestion, i try black at a firs time but i didn't like and try brazilian colors, but i didn't like it too....I going to try black again

the logo i try stylize brazilian flag.
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Re: A brazilian extrasolar vision

Post by AdinanCenci on Tue Feb 23, 2010 11:21 am

???
No one more else see the interactivities?

lol, at last see our solar system,
http://extrasolar_brasil.100webspace.net/planetas.php

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Re: A brazilian extrasolar vision

Post by Sirius_Alpha on Wed Feb 24, 2010 12:34 am

That's a pretty cool graphic interface for the solar systems. I don't understand a few things though. For many systems, there seems to be a circular orbit right over an eccentric orbit. (At Vega, it is the only orbits shown). What is this?

You seem to be missing Mu Arae e. Sad

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Re: A brazilian extrasolar vision

Post by AdinanCenci on Wed Feb 24, 2010 8:52 pm

I don't have some solar systems informations, some stars i don't have the luminosity, some planets i don't have the mass, the distants from the parent star.....etc, the big part of what i have i get from extrasolar.net and wikipedia

I fix this problems when i get more informations
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Re: A brazilian extrasolar vision

Post by Sirius_Alpha on Wed Feb 24, 2010 10:37 pm

Use the extrasolar planet encyclopaedia. It's the most up to date source available. extrasolar.net hasn't been updated in years, and wikipedia is... wikipedia.

http://exoplanet.eu/

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Re: A brazilian extrasolar vision

Post by AdinanCenci on Thu Feb 25, 2010 8:51 am

Oh yeah, i know exoplanet.eu too Smile thanks

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