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The Covenant Ship and Three Moons Visible

The Covenant Ship and Three Moons Visible

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Ingeniero

Apr-12-2017 2:59 PM

Here is a shot of the Covenant ship with three moons visible around a planet.

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BigDave

Apr-12-2017 3:43 PM

Indeed i updated my Paradise thead so it was bumped to discus this, but i will add what i said on that here.

It looks like 3 but the Display confirms a Whopping 7 Moons.

 

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Ati

Apr-12-2017 4:19 PM

Where are the 7 moons, Dave?

S.M

Apr-12-2017 4:20 PM

Where are the seven?

Ati

Apr-12-2017 4:24 PM

I think the circles are not for moons in the screen, if I'm not mistaken.

S.M

Apr-12-2017 4:38 PM

They look like magnetic field lines.

Ingeniero

Apr-12-2017 4:46 PM

I do think it reads "07" moons in the readout below. I'll try to get a better shot of the readout.

SenseOfDoubt

Apr-12-2017 4:47 PM

The info is on-screen under Planetary Profile:

Moons 07

S.M

Apr-12-2017 4:51 PM

A few people have said it says 07, but it still looks blurred to me.  I guess we'll find out soon enough.

Ati

Apr-12-2017 5:02 PM

Diameter 2350 km?

S.M

Apr-12-2017 5:03 PM

Guess it isn't LV-426....

Ati

Apr-12-2017 5:06 PM

If it is 2350km it is f... small.

Ati

Apr-12-2017 5:14 PM

I have found other five moons. :) No joke! Oooops, that is 8 moons.

Roger55

Apr-12-2017 5:15 PM

@B-Dave capture

interesting it is marked as unknown planet on the monitor.

BigDave

Apr-12-2017 5:21 PM

@SM

Indeed its hard to read, looks more like 2 to me, but then could be a 7 hard to tell, but we definately see 3 Moons in the Screenshot of the actual Planet so it cant be 2, and there are indeed 7 orbits so maybe it is 7?

I am sure the Science Nerds ;) will rip this to shreds especially the Orbits as over time this place will have collisions and thus Rings ;)

But its not Calpamos  as in Prometheus as they approached LV-223 it already had Rings.  And Calpamos is a Gas Giant.

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Ati

Apr-12-2017 5:26 PM

They can be stars, but two of them seem to be moons...

BigDave

Apr-12-2017 5:29 PM

Could be...  could also be other distant Planets...

If only we had a say 4K shot of this scene then we would have more details.

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Rick

Apr-12-2017 5:31 PM

I think S.M has been drinking the Inquisitor Fifield Koolaid, lately.

Ati

Apr-12-2017 5:37 PM

I'm not surprised by that possibility... They share some patterns delivered by inquisitors.

BigDave

Apr-12-2017 5:41 PM

There are 7 objects that stand out, but then 3-4 more are almost as standing out as some of 5-7

I think some of the Moons would also likely be behind the Planet in this shot and others off to the left off screen.

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S.M

Apr-12-2017 5:47 PM

"I think S.M has been drinking the Inquisitor Fifield Koolaid, lately."

What?

"I it is 2350km it is f... small."

Bigger than LV-426 and LV-223.

Ingeniero

Apr-12-2017 5:48 PM

Ati, now that connection is a stretch because I see a distinct pattern (foul) with the later.

S.M, I take it that LV-426 is markedly different in size from the planet on the readout?

Great shot and detail on the planets shot Ati.

BigDave, I'll go back and edit horizontal versions of my high resolution vertical photos. I'm on a computer and my neck hurts now. I'll post those together (horizontal and vertical versions) on the topics from now on. I know you weren't complaining but good point.

Rick, you are a freaking instigator. Please give me just a little input on the planets or make fun of just me. I always offer ample material to make fun of directly.

SenseOfDoubt, thank you.

 

 

 

 

S.M

Apr-12-2017 5:51 PM

LV-426 is 1200km and 223 is 1400km.

Ati

Apr-12-2017 6:03 PM

S.M - I compared it to Earth, that's why I said that it's small.

Earth's diameter is over 12,000km.

S.M

Apr-12-2017 6:07 PM

I didn't see any reference to Earth.

Ingeniero

Apr-12-2017 6:08 PM

S.MAti; thank you both because I was very slow on those details.

Ingeniero

Apr-12-2017 6:10 PM

I think the Earth reference was to show a frame of reference to the "new" planet (Paradise) size in relation to home S.M.

Ati

Apr-12-2017 6:11 PM

Should I have compared it to Jupiter? :D

Ati

Apr-12-2017 6:14 PM

Ingeni, look at this shot. Is it a face? Is that a mouth and a tongue? Strange cave entrance, isn't it? You like triangles if I know correctly. :D

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