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ALNITAK 2-NS6

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escilnavia, Tekindus, Alejandro - Tekindus is right..it's not water..in fact it's not even liquid..or at least not exactly..if you check the facts for 3-NS1 as listed above the picture it says "unknown crystallized compound..." and that's what it is, it's a giant crystallized lake of unknown substance, possibly from ancient magma...at some point in the moon's history, the world went through a recrystallization process :yes::thumb:

Schulmanator, MayorAwesome, sepen, Benedict, Animaniacs, TowerDude - THANKS!! :ohyes:

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ALNITAK 2-NS6

TYPE: NATURAL SATELLITE

SYSTEM: ALNITAK

GALAXY: MILKY WAY

DISTANCE FROM EARTH: 800 LY

LIFE: PLANT, ANIMAL; SIGNS OF PAST INTELLIGENCE, UNINHABITED, RUINS

SURFACE COMPOSITION: ROCK, LIQUID WATER

SURFACE TEMPERATURE: 107°F

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Very nice ruins! I love how they remind me of the Protoss in Starcraft: They seem to be very ancient as well as technological. Very interesting indeed!

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So I've decided to stop lurking and comment on this cj :P
Simply wow. It's amazing what you've been able to do.

One point though, I infer you're using Farenheit as it's the sytem you're most familiar with and most viewers probably know. But if you really want to be scientific in your descriptions, use Kelvin so for this planet it's 314.82 K
Conversion: (5/9 * (Fahrenheit - 32) + 273 ); note: .55555 = 5/9
Just an idea ;)

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^ That would be nice. I use the celcius scale so kelvin would make it easier for me to understand. Nevertheless, its nice to know the temperature in all.

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I do believe I recognize every one of these structures! Aha! I've searched through the STEX oh so much :3

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Cool! The millennium dome and the Louvre beat the astronauts to it!

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