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Author:  John Van Vliet [ Sun, 29-05-16, 4:21 GMT ]
Post subject:  another Exoplanet

taking a break from Mercury
-- north half ( 430,480,560 nm )
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hacking the blender node set up i have been playing with
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4k textures in a zip - 14.6 MiB
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6ZYAd ... sp=sharing

Author:  Duglis [ Sun, 29-05-16, 12:40 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: another Exoplanet

Which exoplanets would you apply to if you could or which ones have you? or is this purely for fictional ones? :)

Just curious :D


-Douglas

Author:  John Van Vliet [ Sun, 29-05-16, 17:25 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: another Exoplanet

purely a random one

i use multiple random noise generated in Blender 3d and render it using ray tracing

so , any "goldilocks " zone planet that is aprox. 0.8 to 1.2 earth masses

i like to create things while taking breaks from big projects like the last mercury data release on pds

Author:  ajtribick [ Wed, 01-06-16, 21:51 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: another Exoplanet

Nice, reminds me I need to get some textures sorted out for my exoplanet script.

Author:  t00fri [ Wed, 01-06-16, 22:15 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: another Exoplanet

ajtribick wrote:
Nice, reminds me I need to get some textures sorted out for my exoplanet script.


Yeah! :clap:

Author:  John Van Vliet [ Wed, 01-06-16, 22:28 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: another Exoplanet

seeing as we do need some "random'ish" earth like and mars like planets

along with Gas Giants these have been so far the easiest to make

a collection of 10 to 20 of each to pick through is what i have been thinking


now i just need to be able to make textures for the Moon and other types of moons

Author:  ajtribick [ Thu, 02-06-16, 19:19 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: another Exoplanet

The one that I'm trying to get my head around is the appearance of lava-ocean planets, which might be an appropriate model for Kepler-10b or CoRoT-7b.

The artist's impressions usually seem to depict these as glowing red, because that's what lava looks like on Earth. But I'm not sure that works, because in the case of the lava-ocean planets, the lava isn't erupting from the depths of the planet onto a much cooler surface, the lava is there because the surface is being illuminated really strongly by the nearby star...

Author:  John Van Vliet [ Thu, 02-06-16, 20:02 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: another Exoplanet

i would say more like a lava lake
most has a thin skin but bubbles pop through

not so bright in the visible but in the IR it would be VERY bright
something like this
http://www.oliviergrunewald.com/photo/e ... _0010.html

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