I Went Inside of a Black Hole and This Happened - Space Engine

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I Went Inside of a Black Hole and This Happened - Space Engine

Space Engine, the game I always wanted but no one was masochistic enough to make.


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ABOUT: Space Engine

SpaceEngine is a 1:1 scale science-based Universe simulator, featuring billions upon billions of galaxies, nebulae, stars, and planets, all shown at their full real-world scale. Explore Earth and our neighboring worlds in the Solar System, orbit a black hole in a galaxy billions of light-years away, or visit anything in between seamlessly, with no transitions.

All of time and space are yours to explore – cruise between the stars at a million times the speed of light, and accelerate time to watch the orbital motions of a thousand worlds play out before your eyes. Every planet you encounter in your journey will feature procedural 3D terrain with detailed textures. Everything you see in the sky – stars and galaxies, planets and moons, asteroids and comets, black holes and neutron stars, star clusters and nebulae – are yours to explore at the press of a button.



Spacecraft with Newtonian physics and pilot-assist autopilot features (in early development but fully usable) are yours to fly anywhere in the universe in the Flight Simulator mode. SpaceEngine is also very friendly for creators of mods and add-ons – create your own planets, star systems, even galaxies, import your own spacecraft models, create custom GUI skins, and more, all easily sharable with others.

With SpaceEngine, the possibilities are limitless.

SpaceEngine Planetarium capabilities:

Astronomy
All types of celestial objects are represented: galaxies, nebulae, stars and star clusters, planets and moons, comets and asteroids. Known celestial objects are represented using data from catalogs: galaxies (NGC/IC), stars (HIPPARCOS), star clusters, nebulae, and planets (Solar System and known extrasolar planets). Regions of space not yet cataloged feature procedurally generated objects: galaxies, stars, star clusters, nebulae, and planetary systems.
Controls
You are free to move around the universe – travel seamlessly between any object and any distance, from surface to orbit to interstellar and intergalactic space. Moving through space is as easy as "click and go", as well as game-style free flight using the WASD keys or a gamepad. Also, time travel is possible: you can accelerate, decelerate, or reverse the flow of time, and jump to a specified date. Detailed interactive tutorials will familiarize you with the controls.
Graphics
Volumetric 3D models of galaxies and nebulae with interstellar dust clouds, and 3D landscapes on planets and stars. For many Solar System bodies, actual data from space probes is used, with huge, high-resolution texture packs available as free DLC. For unmapped and procedural planets, the surface is generated procedurally using your computer's GPU. Other features include realistic atmospheric scattering, eclipse shadows, animated auroras and comet tails, and physically-based light warping near black holes and neutron stars, with animated accretion disks and jets.

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Other youtubers use Space Engine to explain science stuff.
Gray: "Look at all this awesome stuff, no idea what that is."

Author — Yaldabaoth

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Neutron Stars rotate insanely fast. We know of one that rotates at 24% the speed of light.

Author — Jarod Holley

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"The gravity of a black hole is so strong nothing, not even light can escape".
With an exception for GrayStillPlays

Author — Stormfur

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“I gotta screw with time and space real quick” said in the most nonchalant tone.

Author — Mark

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Gray: goes to a bright blue giant
Everyone on dark mode:

Author — EnviousHurdle

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"There must be a scientific name for all this"

Yeah its called death, what youd be experiencing is death

Author — foolofaSpoons

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“I dunno who’s living here, but it’s like 100 degrees celsius, so it must be someone from Florida.” -Gray

Author — SupuhMon321

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imagine this in VR, it would be insane

Author — Laur Laur

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4:49
As a astronomy nerd, gray, that is a quasar.

Author — Mxtchamilk YT

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Gray has literally killed and died in every way possible now
Even spaghettification- What will this crazy Florida Man not do?! 😱

Author — Witchy Peoni [FloralLungs]

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I want everyone to appreciate the Blue-shift effect that took place once he reached the surface

Author — _RebelSoul_

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"I learned on the tutorial that the suns are lumpy cuz the gravity is struggling to hold in the goo"
*the more you know*

Author — Xmagnetar GamingX

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Fun fact: if you're in a black hole, u wont actually experience darkness. Anything that goes in it is trapped forever. Therefore there's light in it which actually can't escape

Author — Sadhna Kushwaha

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So, when you go into a black hole, you get this effect on your body called:

*Spaghettification. Its invented by NASA.*

Author — Harper_Wolf 07

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Me in a nutshell:

>Tries to go inside black hole

>Gets rejected and doesn't get sucked in

>Keeps floating alone in space

Author — Just Some Guy without a Mustache

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Gray: *plays space engine*
Youtube: yes, universe sandbox.

Author — krazykarl910

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Space games: *E X I S T*
Gray: Avengers, Gray the planet destroyer.

Author — Jules N' Stuff

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nobody:
GrayStillPlays: Every star is the SUN.

Author — Kirrrri

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Gray: "It was consensual"
Oh my gawd! hahaha

Author — Jonathan Payne

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Does anyone else get mega anxiety whenever ever Gray went into a black hole or is that just me

Author — Liz Germain