[quote author=Vegard Farstad link=topic=2225.msg9061#msg9061 date=1331544727]
Good sim!
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Thanks Bro!


[quote author=Vegard Farstad link=topic=2225.msg9061#msg9061 date=1331544727]
I noticed a possible bug - the chosen planet seems to have a "twin" in the same orbit.
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Fixed Thanks! for feedback
fix bug of double planets thanks to Vegard Farstad feedback!

[quote author=Vegard Farstad link=topic=2225.msg9061#msg9061 date=1331544727]
I was a bit confused by the sequence of the display choices, they might be rearranged or it could be explained why they are in this order.
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these are original from Todd's OSP model, i merely put them together as i didn't need them for grade 11 and 12  
u have suggestions to make them in a particular order?


[quote author=Vegard Farstad link=topic=2225.msg9061#msg9061 date=1331544727]
And do you think it will be developed further so that it would e.g. be possible to select the POV position in 3D space?
Also, would it be possible (a huge upgrade probably) to connect the simulator to the real positions? And even generate views of how the sky would look? I mean, just now it is possible to view all the large planets in the sky during a single night, and Venus/Jupiter are very close to each other. It would be really cool if this simulation could be used to predict such events :-) But it is perhaps too ambitious?
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Real position is possible if i am the original physicist into astronomy hahahaha.
I think i can figure out a way to tell time but where can i find data on this?


[quote author=Vegard Farstad link=topic=2225.msg9061#msg9061 date=1331544727]
And even generate views of how the sky would look? I mean, just now it is possible to view all the large planets in the sky during a single night, and Venus/Jupiter are very close to each other. It would be really cool if this simulation could be used to predict such events :-) But it is perhaps too ambitious?
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done!
enjoy!
thanks to Todd's sharing of his awesome model, i was able to stand on the shoulder of the OSP giants :)
added all planets showing on the Ecliptic View Frame from Earth's perspective, a feature missing in Todd's version Nov 2011