Solar System Builder
We are giving you the keys to the universe. Think you can build a solar system that can maintain the balance and spawn life? Design your own planets and stars and try your hand at the interactive Solar System Builder. But construct carefully, the fate of your planetary system requires keen celestial reasoning and understanding of gravity's pull.
This is to Mr. Neil Tyson in your fourth episode of cosmos you shares information about "Black Holes" and you said that black holes are so powerful that they can shrink a galaxy in it and in the black hole they may be other black holes okay.....so i want to ask you that there may be possibilites that our galaxy and earth are also in a black hole and we just dont notice it.....please help me and clear my question.....!!! As fast as you can...
I made a system with 21 planets. 2 of those planets had 3 moons, 4 of these planets had 2 moons and 9 of them had just one moon. The rest no moons. 3 planets had life, with a 4th object, the 3rd life planets moon also having life, which made a total of 4 life worlds. For the next 112,000 years, all was good. However, very gradually the outer gas giants slowly teamed up gravitationally, getting closer to each other, and stripping each others moons. The outer gas giant got closer to the star, gobbling up the 4 gas giants before it, until it stopped around 300,000 years. However, it was a teensy bit to close to my lifeless water planet with 2 huge moons, and those moons (including the ones that were stripped from the gas giants) started wondering about the system. at about 319,145 years, a comet struck the inner planet (had life) and caused it to slightly spiral outwards under influence of the second large rocky planet. At 358,400, it smashed into the larger second world, but sent it flying on an ellipse far into space. It smacked into several loose moons on the way. With an orbital period of about 12,000 years. At about 410,000 years the giant lifeless liquid planet intercepted the last gas giants orbit, (which gobbled its brothers, remember), and was sent flying into the inner solar system, passing beneath the 3rd rocky planets moon, sending that moon into the sun, knocking that 3rd rock planet into interstellar space, while the liquid planet swiped around some other thing, and came to a stable orbit in the habitable zone, and developed life. The last gas giant eventually got hit by 2 comets, one at 471,990 and the other at 508,000 and was sent off into interstellar space. All this mayhem ended with that 4th planet from the sun (I think, this is all starting to blow my mind), that liquid ball having life for the first time. Just that liquid ball, all on its own, the last planet standing.
Well, until a comet hit it at 520,000 and it smacked into my sun. Damn, these are some comets on steroids! These comets must be unrealistically huge.
The easiest way to make life is to place only a single rocky water planet around the star, and wait. My planet survived for 100,000 years before a comet hit it and made it go hurtling towards the sun.
I am amazed at my Earth-like planet. It has absolutely no way of supporting human life as its orbit places it very very near to the sun and then a few years later, it goes very far. Then it comes closer. Close, far, close, far, again and again. Meanwhile, the gas giant I placed went astray, going out of orbit and farther from the star.
Yes,only the rocky water planet has life on it,but,here's a tip,if you want to make your rocky water planet to have life faster,make its orbit not to close and not to far from your sun.
@Minh Nguyen Hoanh okay
According to Odia Poet a Leader/King pray in his country but wise person and good people always pray by all people
If we separate a parts from a body then the parts can not survive so how I exist with out World Family.
One may say this is my community/This is my Religion// My Country// but according to me the world is my family/
@Armando Ayala congrats!!
one planet, 100,000 years and counting
the orbit is very eccentric though.... (elliptical)
life lasted about 65000 years
try to have tis in your cosmos
2 gas giant both has moon
1 earth with 2 moon
1 rocky giant 1 moon
2 simple gas no moons
1 rocky and has 15 moons
1 gas giant with 1 moon
5 earth no moons
1 liquid with 2 moons
1 gas nnot giant 2 moons
5 planets. four rocky one gas (not giant). The first planet from the sun is stopped and the sun postally used by another planet for the second planet is pushed through the ground behind her back after changing the orbit collides with a gas planet, which protected the dwarf before annihilation. After the collision earth 1 from the sun in the orbit of the planet from the sun 3. For a dwarf wandering alongside a gas planet revolves around the sun without fear of collision. Obkrazajac dwarf sun approaching dangerously close to the sun but over distances August. Planet Gas obkrazajac sun she could to sweep away lands but then rapidly approaching the earth to the sun waiting for the passage of the gas giant and again returns to orbit.
Life was on my Planet with 700 years. Got wiped out ay 79000 years.I hope to find out if there are next stages of life in this 'game'
Going to try to get a solar system to last as long as possible. I created a solar system with these specs:
3 Gas planets (not giants). 1 of them has a moon
1 Liquid planet with a moon
1 Earth planet
1 tiny Rocky planet
The Gas and Liquid planets are pretty far from the star with circular orbits. The rocky planet has a close, elliptical orbit around the star. The Earth planet is in a circular orbit between the Gas planets and the Rocky planet.
I'm only 5000 years into the game and disaster has already struck. An asteroid hit the gas planet with a moon and shifted its orbit. This caused the gas planet to absorb both its own moon and the Earth planet about 500 years later. This messed up its orbit even more. Now the gas planet is drifting all over the place with an erratic orbit and has already had close calls with several other planets. I fear it will take out more planets before its orbit stabilizes.
Another 5000 years have gone by and as I predicted the rogue gas planet caused more damage. A close call with the liquid planet resulted in the liquid planet's moon getting wiped out. In addition, the tiny Rocky plant also fell victim to the rogue gas planet. Currently the gas planet is haphazardly orbiting the star at a close radius with an elliptical-like path. So only 10000 years have passed and I have already lost half of my planets.
I'm 20000 years through and already down to two planets. The rogue gas planet collided with the liquid planet. This shifted the Gas planet's orbit again, causing it to crash into the star. Now the only two planets left are the other two gas planets, both of which have broad orbits far from the star. However, they are traveling in opposite directions near each other, so what will most likely happen is they will collide head on.
Unfortunately, the two gas planets collided at 28000 years through. I didn't even get close to my 1 million year goal, only about 3%. Hopefully my next solar system will fare better.