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Does elite dangerous have real stars?
Elite Dangerous contains a vast 1:1 scale simulation of the Milky Way galaxy based on real scientific principles, current scientific data and theories. It includes around 400 billion star systems, and is modeled on actual galactic charts.
What orbit do planets follow?
Kepler’s First Law: each planet’s orbit about the Sun is an ellipse. The Sun’s center is always located at one focus of the orbital ellipse. The Sun is at one focus. The planet follows the ellipse in its orbit, meaning that the planet to Sun distance is constantly changing as the planet goes around its orbit.
Why do planets keep orbiting around a star?
The Solar System was formed from a rotating cloud of gas and dust which spun around a newly forming star, our Sun, at its center. The gravity of the Sun keeps the planets in their orbits. They stay in their orbits because there is no other force in the Solar System which can stop them.
Do stars have planets?
Most stars have planets but exactly what proportion of stars have planets is uncertain because not all planets can yet be detected. That said it has been calculated that there is at least one planet on average per star. One in five Sun-like stars are expected to have an “Earth-sized” planet in the habitable zone.
Do planets orbit binary stars?
A: Yes, planetary systems can exist in binary star systems. These planets may orbit just one of the stars in the binary system, called an S-type (satellite-type) orbit, or they can orbit both stars together from outside the binary, called a circumbinary or P-type (planet-type) orbit.
How long does it take to cross the map in elite dangerous?
At the current rate of exploration, Elite’s playerbase is visiting 17,585 new systems every day. That’s 732 per hour, or 12 per minute. At that rate it will take players 150,895 years to map the entire galaxy.
How many stations are there in elite dangerous?
Station Interiors There are six station interior types for Coriolis, Ocellus, and Orbis stations: Standard/Industrial, Wealthy/Service, Tourism, Refinery/Extraction, High Tech, and Agriculture.
Do planets orbits change?
Yes, the orbits change massively over time. For example, Earth’s eccentricity (how close to a circle the orbit is), its axial tilt (what causes seasons), and precession (which direction the Earth’s spin axis points) change on these huge cycles, tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands of years long.
What is the classification of stars in Elite Dangerous?
Each star or dwarf in Elite: Dangerous has an identifier for its classification which conforms to the Morgan–Keenan (MK) classification system . Spectral class: A capital letter out of the sequence: O, B, A, F, G, K, M.
Do stations have day and night cycles?
The stations spin, thats about it. That’s not correct, planets do orbit, stations do orbit, I don’t know if planets rotate to create day night cycles or if it is just limited to things orbiting them. If you stay in a res site long enough it will move from day to night as you orbit around the planet to its night side/day side as will stations
Do planets orbit the stars?
Planets around stars, moons around planets. Even the rings (and therefore the resource extraction sites) orbit the planets. Watch some of the many, many timelapse videos people have made to see this in action. I really hate to admit this, but for some reason I thought you were asking if actual planets move around stars.