ckightk: So i got the location for the enms hub
Aug 27, 2019 14:19:02 GMT
ckightk: If anyone wants to help out let me know cuz im building the city
Aug 27, 2019 14:19:28 GMT
Illsent: Are the console and PC servers merged now?
Aug 28, 2019 17:57:40 GMT
Matador: I figured out how to make the new warp cores ckightk . You need to find manufacturing facilities to get the recipe. You can unlock it from a recipe tree, so you get to pick what recipes you get now.
Aug 28, 2019 19:03:11 GMT
Matador: it takes one antimatter and 1 storm crystal to craft, but 1 hypercore acts like 5 regular warp cells
Aug 28, 2019 19:03:56 GMT
ckightk: Awesomeand that sounds easy to make
Aug 28, 2019 19:44:28 GMT
ckightk: And the servers have the same seed but its not cross platform
Aug 28, 2019 19:45:07 GMT
ckightk: Btw the new hub is looking great. And we got farms to make you rich as fuck
Aug 30, 2019 2:17:41 GMT
ckightk: Does anyone else want to join
Sept 2, 2019 15:54:51 GMT
Illsent: I don't really play NMS very often anymore, but if I ever do go back, I'll be sure to check out the hub. Well, that is, as long as it's on PS4.
Sept 8, 2019 15:19:11 GMT
today NASA announced that they confirmed (or at least theyre 99% sure) the existence of 1284 new planets (out of a total of 4302 possible planets) that were found by the kepler space telescope. if you guys arent familiar with the kepler telescope, it watches stars for a peculiar dim in their light, which is a tell tale sign that a planet orbiting it may be passing in front of it
before today, there was never enough substantial evidence to tell whether or not it was common for solar systems to have a lot of planets orbiting them. now, its obvious to science that solar systems like ours are actually pretty common; that there are, more than likely, more planets than stars
of the around 12k planets that were declared (probably) real, 550 if them could be rocky planets like earth. of these, about 9 of them orbit in the "goldilocks zone", and potentially have liquid water to support terrestrial life. theres future missions in the works to launch several new telescopes, which will examine star systems closer to ours, or be able to determine what kind of atmosphere a planet has
I was just reading about this last night! It's super exciting. And considering life developed fairly quickly and easily on Earth, it's very likely that there are planets out there with life like ours. I also read an article that stated that the likelihood of advanced life on other planets is (relatively) high within globular clusters. This is because the distance between star systems is a lot shorter than it is for our system (way out in the boonies of the milky way), and life on the planets within these clusters would be able to travel between systems a lot quicker than we would.