Manual Flight & More Planets

wappylol

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I would like better ships. I was thinking of a long flight ship, that could only be built in space like a space station. It would be required to go to through the inner-outer planet zone. Inside would have 2 rooms: Command Center and Crew Quarters. You set a destination in the Command Center, then go to a Cryo Chamber in the Crew Quarters, and when you wake up use the door in the back and you would parachute, land, or whatever to the surface. And you would need a autopilot circuit with you to autopilot.

Planets
  • Mercury (like Moon but with different rocks)
  • Venus (like Mars but cannot have bases because of heat)
  • Jupiter (have to make space station)
  • Saturn (could land on rings)
  • Uranus (again, space station)
  • Neptune (space station needed again)
  • Pluto (like an icy moon)
 

Dex Luther

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Manual flight is already possible before you reach 1,200 meters. Anything more than that is pretty pointless and unneeded. There's already a thread about that.

More planets are already planned, so it's pretty pointless to suggest those too.
 

Twylite Fang

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There's more and more planetary entities coming already; GC3 has a whole new system for the Galactic Map, which states the galaxy name (Milky Way), system (Sol is the only one right now), and all potential landing areas in that system, funnily enough, including Sol, our sun. Hopefully we will eventually be able to make moving space stations xD But that might not be for a long while yet lol (Oh and btw, we now have the moon, Mars, and the Kepler Asteroid Belt unlocked, with Micdoodle8 himself working on 'a watery planet' *cough* Neptune *cough*
 

Benoni

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There's more and more planetary entities coming already; GC3 has a whole new system for the Galactic Map, which states the galaxy name (Milky Way), system (Sol is the only one right now), and all potential landing areas in that system, funnily enough, including Sol, our sun. Hopefully we will eventually be able to make moving space stations xD But that might not be for a long while yet lol (Oh and btw, we now have the moon, Mars, and the Kepler Asteroid Belt unlocked, with Micdoodle8 himself working on 'a watery planet' *cough* Neptune *cough*
Neptune doesn't have any water. Neptune has gas, I think Mitch said '''watery'' which Europe is the closest.
 

JakXLT

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Manual flight is already possible before you reach 1,200 meters. Anything more than that is pretty pointless and unneeded. There's already a thread about that.

It's not pointless. The point is that it would be fun, which I agree with. Definitely unnecessary though.
 

MoltonMontro

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A few hudred thousand? The distance between Neptune and Europa are like idk? ehhh billions? Mars is like 500 Million km away from earth.
Mars varies between 249,228,730 km (1.665 AU) from the sun to 206,644,545 km (1.381 AU) from the sun.
Neptune varies between 4,553,946,490 km (30.44 AU) and 4,452,940,833 km (29.76 AU).

Winner - Me! NONE of you gets bragging rights. :p

EDIT:

Europa on average is approximately 485 million miles (or 780 million kilometers).
The Sun is at an average distance of about 93,000,000 miles (150 million kilometers) away from Earth.

This requires some math to find out the answers to the questions, do not assume these are the answers to the some previous questions.

EDIT

Besides these answers.

  • Mars is approximately [99,228,730 km] on average from Earth.
  • The distance between Neptune and Europa is approximately [3,773,946,490] on average.
 
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Benoni

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Mars varies between 249,228,730 km (1.665 AU) from the sun to 206,644,545 km (1.381 AU) from the sun.
Neptune varies between 4,553,946,490 km (30.44 AU) and 4,452,940,833 km (29.76 AU).

Winner - Me! None of you gets bragging rights. :p
I was close enough YOU'll NEVER WIN!