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Given 2019-03-26
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This picture is very realistic. The reflections of the starlight on the planets and the meteorites are perfect and give this picture a good 3-D effect as well as the contrast between the dark and the bright sections. The background is full of details. That encreases the realistic effect. Two things in the picture are eyecatchers, because they are uncommon to our viewing patterns: The planetary rings are vertical and the planet itself is still glowing as if it formed a short time ago. Altogether: This picture is great.
I have only one question and that is a matter of physics. Meteorites which leave their orbit are usually attracted by the gravity of planet. They will directly move in direction of the planet. The both meteorites in the picture leave their orbit in an angle as if there would be something to the left of the planet with such a strong power, that it could incline the trajectory of the meteorites. Or were they kicked out of their orbit by a collision with another object?
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SelflessDevotions Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019   Digital Artist
Congrats on the DD! :heart:
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2019   Digital Artist
thanks a lot :)
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Championx91 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2019   Digital Artist
thanks a lot :)
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Championx91 Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2019
You're welcome! :love:
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LindArtz Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019  Hobbyist Digital Artist

Very nicely done!!

Congratulations on your much deserved DD!  :)

For My Personal Use DO NOT USE!!! by LindArtz


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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2019   Digital Artist
thanks a lot :)
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NurRayArt Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019  Professional Traditional Artist
:icondarthvaderplz: 'Impressive. Most Impressive'
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019   Digital Artist
:)
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Satanbrony2 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019
This looks so amazing and beautiful, that I currently don't have the words to describe it properly!
Well done!!

Here is a llama badge! :)


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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019   Digital Artist
thanks a lot :)
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Satanbrony2 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019
You're welcome, have a good day! :D
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Tinselfire Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019
Fine work, and educational as well. Would certainly recommend aspiring space artists have a look and consider the violent effects placing your exoplanets for a striking (pun not intended) effect may have when realism becomes involved:

And that, boys and girls, is why we don't draw moons with orbits intersecting rings.

Thanks for sharing!
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019   Digital Artist
haha thank you :)
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Tinselfire Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019
Why, thank you <3

But, I'm not TobiasRoetsch.
If you're posting from mobile browser, refresh after you click a thumbnail, and the comments should go in the right place.
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Satanbrony2 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019
Oh no- you are welcome!!
I like your star map!! :D

I can see that. I actually wrote the comment as a comment again WHILE you were writing this reply to me:) (the reason you managed to is because you get notified as a core member).

I can see when that Glitch(?) happens to me- then I hide my comment and rewrite it properly ^^.

Thank you for your concern...
How are you doing today? ^^
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Tinselfire Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019
Somebody enjoyed my work, I got to help somebody, and I got a great compliment on a DD, if not my own -.o
I'd say it has been a good day.
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Satanbrony2 Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019
Great! :)
I'm haply forbyou then!! :)
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The-Networld Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019  New Deviant
Congratulation for DD!
I give you a llama for this Hi! 
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2019   Digital Artist
thanks a lot :)
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SelflessDevotions Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019   Digital Artist
Incredible work! I like the effects you've added, almost as if it's straight out of a movie! :heart:
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019   Digital Artist
thanks :)
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SelflessDevotions Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2019   Digital Artist
You're welcome! :heart:
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stellartcorsica Featured By Owner Feb 23, 2019  Professional Digital Artist
Amazing !!!
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2019   Digital Artist
thanks :)
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TanithLipsky Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2019
 Brilliant. reminds me of photos seen in encyclopaedias or National Geographic (NG) magazines  or the NG channel programs. Also, reminds me of science fiction stuff. Cool.
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2019   Digital Artist
thanks a lot :)
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QAuZ Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2019
Incredible!! The asteroids crash reminds me of the Gravity movie :love:
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2019   Digital Artist
thanks :)
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Rowye Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2018  Professional Digital Artist
Gorgeous! Love the ring dust effect. :D
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Jan 1, 2019   Digital Artist
thanks :)
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Rowye Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2019  Professional Digital Artist
You're welcome! :D
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kbmxpxfan Featured By Owner Dec 27, 2018  Student Digital Artist
Looks great.
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Dec 29, 2018   Digital Artist
thanks :)
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cannonfodder14 Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2018
I especially like the dust disturbance from the asteroid, how it is literally carried along. A beautiful illustration.
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2018   Digital Artist
thanks a lot :)
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Chromattix Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
One of the best representations of a brown dwarf I've seen. I can easily imagine them looking like this (with our without the rings) The asteroid plummeting through the rings is such a surreal looking effect and very cool.
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2018   Digital Artist
thanks a lot :)
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sierra223 Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2018  Hobbyist Photographer
This is beautiful!!
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2018   Digital Artist
thanks :)
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AirfixNikon Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2018
Whoa! Amazingly nice!
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2018   Digital Artist
thank you :)
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NetSeawolf Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2018   Photographer
great
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2018   Digital Artist
thanks :)
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NetSeawolf Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2018   Photographer
I like really ! but I'm a scientist and when an asteroid pass through a meteor belt. this one make just a hole of her size. and do not make a flue (a sheaf) as if there was air or water that carries what it contains. here there are only the rules of gravitation to apply not the mechanics of the fluids.
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AirfixNikon Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2018
I'm no scientist but I would have assumed that if a bigger rock goes through the rings, it would knock the ice and/or dust out of the rings, like a snooker (or pool) cue ball does to other balls. I would have assumed that since there is no air in space, nothing to cause frictional against the ice and/or dust, therefore no drag to slow it down, and that some of the ice and/or rings would just keep moving, unless affected by the gravitation pull of the planet. Thus there will be a hole, but the movement of the ice and/or rocks would make it look like a flue for a while, rather than leave it looking like a paper with a bullet hole?

I thought the point of science is to think of any possibilities, put it into theory, carry out a test to confirm the theory, and record the result. So unless NASA had secretly built a big starship, used a tractor beam to shoot a big rock at Saturn's rings, and confirm if you or TobiasRoetsch is correct, as it stands, it is a nice science fiction image, worthy of a plot story for a sci-fi television show.

And like you, NetSeawolf, I too really like it.
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NetSeawolf Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2018   Photographer
yes indeed  like a snooker (or pool) cue ball does to other balls is the the good view !!
;)
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TobiasRoetsch Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2018   Digital Artist
well I know but that's artistic freedom ;) it looks more dramatic this way
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NetSeawolf Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2018   Photographer
yes indeed is look great like this and is more visual. and may be no body no one will notice it. is just make a Bug on my scientist mind !! ;)

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