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Flash525

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#1 13 years ago

Hi, i am in the process of making a MOD for Star Trek Armada II but i need to know a little info which i cannot seem to find on the net (which is supprising) so i am asking in here. Planet classes, we all know very well that Earth is a class M planet, but, what others exist? What other class planets are there and what do they look like? (what goes on within them). - i'm not relating this to our solar system, im relating it to planets in general. i wish to know all of the different class of planets and what goes on within them. I have tried throughout the internet but so many sites say so many different things. some even have planets that are obviously made up. Please do not post in here unless you are 110% certain that what your saying is true, and don't be fooled by what the internet has to say, only mention what you know if you have concreat evidence "to back it up" Thanks...




Donavan

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#2 13 years ago
Ensign Riles VIP Member

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#3 13 years ago

*Moved*




reaper617

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#4 13 years ago

>-> who cares if planets actually exist? i think we have planet going from a-z and then in thier greek counterparts




Flash525

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#5 13 years ago

when i said "real" planets i actually ment REAL - the website you provided is star trek based. i know im modding a star trek game but i want REAL planets




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#6 13 years ago

Well don't forget that we know of only a few definte planets.

Its very hard to detect planets using our current way of detecting them. The planet's sun will usually block out.




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#7 13 years ago

If it is any help, all the ones in the stock game are "relative" to the sT universe.




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#8 13 years ago

I think that the one used by the game is more accurate than you think. Whe have not seen many planets, 9 in this system (10 if you count Sedna, a large icy rock, that's barely indentifiable as a planet) and about 4 outside, so whe can't really start classifying them.




The Joelteon7

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#9 13 years ago

I suppose when the Voyager probe sends back info, we'll have a better understanding then...




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#10 13 years ago

Well that will still be an extremely narrow perspective of the ammount of planets, if we catagorise them so early in our exploration, it will just be a waste of time.