Complete Solar System ❤️

SupremeDorian

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#11
Very nice, but I think it would have been easier for everyone, including yourself, to put all of this into a .zip file instead of posting every file individually. Otherwise, great mod!
 
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Very nice, but I think it would have been easier for everyone, including yourself, to put all of this into a .zip file instead of posting every file individually. Otherwise, great mod!
True. But not everyone has decompression functionality on their phones. This is nice.
 

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#13
Wow, that's really cool, thanks @Miky !
 

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If that is your testimony, I'm not gonna download it, in case it glitches my game to hell and lose all my progress.
Though I wouldn't have been so direct, you're right about that risk. For those who are interested, just in case it may be better to save your progress before messing with the files.
 

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I downloaded all new planets, and until now it works fine for me. I still didn't visited them though.
I just noticed some weird SOIs:
Screenshot_20181124-130254_Spaceflight Simulator.jpg
This one is Proteus. Because it's very light and close to Neptune, its SOI is even smaller than its average radius. Maybe you should consider raising either its SOI multiplier or its gravity...
Screenshot_20181124-130454_Spaceflight Simulator.jpg
This is Pluto and Charon. I know it's a twin planet system and it can't be represented accurately, but isn't Charon's SOI too big? As is, you can be in Charon's SOI while being actually closer to Pluto. Lowering Charon's SOI multiplier would solve this.

That's minor though, and still a very valuable work @Miky :)
 

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I downloaded all new planets, and until now it works fine for me. I still didn't visited them though.
I just noticed some weird SOIs:
View attachment 9753
This one is Proteus. Because it's very light and close to Neptune, its SOI is even smaller than its average radius. Maybe you should consider raising either its SOI multiplier or its gravity...
View attachment 9754
This is Pluto and Charon. I know it's a twin planet system and it can't be represented accurately, but isn't Charon's SOI too big? As is, you can be in Charon's SOI while being actually closer to Pluto. Lowering Charon's SOI multiplier would solve this.

That's minor though, and still a very valuable work @Miky :)
Wait, aren't Pluto and Charon actually Binary though?
 

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Wait, aren't Pluto and Charon actually Binary though?
Yes, that's what I meant. Maybe it was not said properly as I'm not a native english speaker, but that's what I had in mind.
 

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Yes, that's what I meant. Maybe it was not said properly as I'm not a native english speaker, but that's what I had in mind.
Oh yeah, you're right, I missed that part. Was confused why you were saying to lower the SOI
 

SupremeDorian

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Personally, I like to download planets and put them in SFSML 1.4 before putting them in the main game to make sure they work right.