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My part of Desktopography's 2017 exhibition and the first pure space image in a while. The scene shows my vision of a dual star system and the correlation that might happen there.

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:star::star::star::star::star-half: Overall
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:star::star::star::star::star-empty: Impact

Hi

The big planet or moon on the bottom left, there is a big grater wich means a short while ago there was an impact of a meteorite? There should be way more particles above the impact zone. Since either the object got turn to pieces or parts of the planet itself would be.

The small sun has a smooth path around the big one but it seems like it hit the moon in this path. Since it didnt go straight through the moon it would be of path right after the impact. And either fall into the big sun or move away from it.

I know its just physics but its bugging me out.

Other than that the amount of detail is stunning. From the dust around the impact zone of the big planet to the destruction of the small moon near the big sun. The small and very big solar flare from the big sun and naturally the cute little spaceship.

I hope to see more pictures like this in the future, have a nice day.