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SpaceEngine the first thing that catches your eye is the real size of our universe. What are hundreds of billions of galaxies and hundreds of billions of stars in each of them? — just dry numbers in an astronomy textbook. But here, all this is felt in its own skin. And you begin to understand how our humanity, with all its petty problems and mouse wars, is insignificant in comparison with the magnitude and incomprehensibility of the Universe. No, we are not grains of sand, or even dust, we are nothing at all. And no one will even notice if our sun suddenly goes out tomorrow and another civilization will sink into oblivion, without leaving any heritage behind.
Included DLC in this release:
- SpaceEngine PRO
- SpaceEngine — Mercury HD
- SpaceEngine — Venus HD
- SpaceEngine — Earth HD
- SpaceEngine — Moon HD
- SpaceEngine — Mars HD
- SpaceEngine — Asteroids HD
- SpaceEngine — Jupiter System HD
- SpaceEngine — Saturn System HD
- SpaceEngine — Uranus System HD
- SpaceEngine — Neptune System HD
- SpaceEngine — Pluto System HD
- Title: SpaceEngine
- Genre: Casual, Indie, Simulation, Early Access
- Developer: Vladimir Romanyuk
- Publisher: Vladimir Romanyuk
- Release year: 2019
- Steam link
- Release Name: SpaceEngine.v0.990.46.1975.Early.Access
- Game Version: v0.990.46.1975 (upd.17.07.2023)
- Size: 76.33 GB
- Available Languages: english, german, russian, italian, french, finnish, spanish - spain
About This Game
Of course, in SpaceEngine, as in any other self-respecting planetarium, for example, the recently mentioned Celestia, there is a display of the orbits of space bodies and detailed information on them, and time management, and various eclipses including planetary rings, and the ability to render in projection Fisheye for planetarium projectors. But the most important thing is that it is not limited to the catalogs of HIPPARCOS stars and NGC / IC galaxies (which also exist), but generates in general the entire visible universe with all types of objects that can be found in it. But at the same time it is based solely on scientific data and current theories and models, which allows using the Space Engine as a complete and incredibly beautiful manual on 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.
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.
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.
Realistic and physically-based generation of procedural objects (galaxies, star systems, planets) and their physical properties (mass, radius, temperature, atmospheric parameters, etc). The orbital motion of planets, moons, and stars in multiple-star systems are accurately calculated and displayed. Realistic space ship design concepts and physics: orbital motion, atmospheric flight model, and Alcubierre warp drive physics.
- Virtual reality
SpaceEngine supports HTC Vive, Oculus Rift (via native library), and Windows Mixed Reality (via Steam VR). Support of VR controllers is partial: you can select objects with one controller and move around with the other one.
Original background music tracks made by many authors, with context-sensitive playback. Sound effects for planetary environments and space ships are in development.
Built-in tutorials will help you start using the Planetarium. Search for celestial objects by name and search for the nearest star systems. Browse the cosmos using a scalable Universe map and planetary system chart. Saving, exporting, and importing of locations is supported, which can easily be shared between users. The program keeps an automatic journal of objects you have recently visited. Learn every detail about the objects you find using the built-in «Wiki» info system, with additional hand-written descriptions of many known objects. Display the orbital paths of celestial objects, labels and markers, constellations, and other informational tools.
- Multi-language support
Currently SpaceEngine is available in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian and European Portuguese, Dutch, Finnish, Swedish, Croatian, Romanian, Czech, Polish, Slovak, Russian, and Turkish languages. Many new localizations are under development. Only localizations which are 100% complete are displayed on the Steam store page, but you can enable others in-game.
SpaceEngine supports creating and importing user add-ons: catalogs, models and textures for deep space objects, planets, and space ships. Spacecraft models, representing both real and fictional designs — including from popular sci-fi franchises — are commonly imported and shared by the community, both here on Steam and on the official SpaceEngine forum.
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 7
Processor: Intel Pentium G3240 or AMD FX-4100
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 950 or Radeon HD 8760
Storage: 4 GB available space
Additional Notes: VRAM (dedicated video memory) is very important for SpaceEngine - 2 GB is enough to run the program comfortably on lower settings.
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10
Processor: Intel Core i5-4430 or AMD FX-8350
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: GeForce GTX 970 or Radeon R9 290
Storage: 50 GB available space
Additional Notes: VRAM (dedicated video memory) is very important for SpaceEngine - 4 GB are required to run the program with all features enabled and at good settings.
1. The first thing we do is download the game’s installation files.
2. After downloaded, go to the folder and run the file «setup.exe».
3. During the installation, we specify the location on the disk where we want to install it.
4. At the end of the unpacking process, a shortcut appears on the desktop.
5. Start the game.
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This game has been updated 17-07-2023, 06:14 to the latest version v0.990.46.1975 (upd.17.07.2023).