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December 12, 2019
Red Dwarf World by JustV23
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Red Dwarf World

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Landscape of a planet orbiting a red dwarf star. This planet is tidaly locked, thus red dwarf always stays at the same spot in the sky. In this case, we see a sandy beach at the line between day and night. This part of the planet stays in permanent evening/morning with this big sun never setting, or rising. You can also see a silhouetes of planet's two moons and a distant, brighter star which is a companion to red dwarf.
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This reminds me of Monument Valley, and the way it must have been like when the last shallow sea flowed beside it, and will again in the future when the rio Grand fault splits North America in two continents.

Binarystar99's avatar
I am impressed. Well done my friend.
GeoKorf's avatar
Spectacular art astronaut! 
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Tinselfire's avatar
It's 1 AM CET and I just got around to checking the DDs.

Now I feel inspired to stay up and paint surf.
LindArtz's avatar

Very nicely done!!

Congratulations on your much deserved DD!  :)!

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WindySilver's avatar
Awesome! Congrats on the DD! :D
Geoplex's avatar
LOVE THIS! Amazing sense of scale
Nalenium's avatar
Your art always takes my breath away. I'm glad you're bringing to life the worlds that are out there. 
Chiletrek's avatar
Hello:
 If humanity survives long enough, this would be a kind of world likely to be colonized. Stable Red Dwarves are a haven for posterity in the universe :) .

 Your illustration looks great!
dlambeaut's avatar
Congratulations! It'd be interesting to think about how life would be in a planet like this, with such environmental conditions. 
Chiletrek's avatar
Hello:
 And congratulations for you too for the DD! :la: . One could think plants (like those we take there) would eventually turn darker or almost black as they would need to absorb more light to make photosynthesis as they do here on Earth. But if truly habitable, I would love to take a look at that sun and it's corona, like you are showing in here... with protective glasses of course, hehehehe.
djcacheta's avatar
Those space landscapes are very amazing. Good work!!!
TheSerafim's avatar
Just Amazing! Great Work!!
Fire-Link's avatar
Great work. How's things going?
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TanukiTagawa's avatar
A pretty and awesome alien place!  :toocool:
davijc's avatar
Oh, wow... You should never stop making these paintings. They are the closest things I've had recently that managed to take me to other worlds. 
Universumnewhorizont's avatar
Wonderzing( wonderful+ amazing
GokuMartin's avatar
Rey: I've been there before...I've fouht the First Order there...
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lwcamp's avatar
I wonder - with big moons like that, would the planet-moons system have enough angular momentum to avoid tidal lock?  Orbiting that close to the star, would moons be more likely to be stripped away by the star's gravity?

In any event, a stunning painting!
chrisryder123's avatar
Amazing! Well done :)
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