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I cannot find a single source saying when planets would pass each other. Can somebody either provide me with a source, or tell me if I can calculate it myself based on the lengths of their years? I really need to know when the best time for movement between planets would be, and reverse orbits and unaligned orbit paths don’t help to do it myself...
Could anybody who knows anything or wants to share anything relating to these subjects please tech me about them??? I really want to write a science fiction book but I feel like I am severely under informed when it comes to things like this, which I think are very important when writing a book such as this. Thank you!!!
A lot of the best sci-fi games can be loosely identified as cyberpunk due to their dark aesthetics and thematic content. What are some good examples of this type of sci-fi game genre?
For examples of this type of game, check out the entries on this list: gamersdecide.com/pc-game-news/best-cyberpunk-games-pc
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In reviewing the 1600 articles on this wiki, I've already noticed a divergence in how topics' franchises are identified. Some articles use a category. Others use a 'Universe' label in an Infobox. This is probably something that needs to be decided early, so I put it up for discussion.
My feeling is it should be done with a category rather than with an Infobox, otherwise the use of the Infobox will be inconsistent. For example, 'Star Wars' would clearly need a 'Universe' tag in it's Infobox, but 'Forbidden Planet' would not. Novels have a similar problem.
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Wedge Antilles enters the story line as he flys from the surface of the distant forest moon of Cleavack wondering what the hell was going on. The com's traffic was heavy and it seamed like a war had broken out.
Spock stayed behind, with Yoda and Jarjar Binks in Spock's Jellyfish ship. Wedge finds the empty and moderately damaged Battelstar Battlestar Athena, boards it and finds it empty and abandoned except for a few DEAD replicators and a few DEAD crewmen.
A lightly damaged Slave 1 was abandoned and floating about by it. In the far distance he can see a damaged Battlestar Atlantia adrift and abandoned like the Athena.
A few small peaces of debris from the USS Enterprise's inner hull also drift past. He stabilizes the Athena's position in geo-sycrinose orbit with the planet, with Slave 1 left in suite, and returns to Spock, Yoda and Jarjar Binks. Skagra's Invisible Spaceship was parked next to Spock's Jellyfish.
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