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Methane Rainbow on Titan
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So looking for thoughts on this.  Assuming a person was standing on Titan, it was raining methane, and enough photons where able to penetrate the dense atmosphere.  Would a person be able to detect a…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Greg S Prichard Feb 11, 2012.

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"Mr. Prichard, I'd like to ask for your permission to use one of your beautiful images in the cover art of an album I'm releasing very soon. Please email me here if you wouldn't mind discussing this: iancwilley@gmail.com thank you -Ian"
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Galactic Flower

This piece was done using Modo 501 and PS4.
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"http://ning.it/x3bh0K Interesting article about rainbow on Titan."
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Greg S Prichard replied to Greg S Prichard's discussion Methane Rainbow on Titan
"Ah thanks Nick! "
Feb 11, 2012
Nick Stevens replied to Greg S Prichard's discussion Methane Rainbow on Titan
"Well, last time I checked the free Halo Simulator handles methane atmospheres: http://www.atoptics.co.uk/halo/downld.htm Off the top of my head, the biggest barrier would be actually seeing a point like sun through the smog..."
Feb 8, 2012
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Methane Rainbow on Titan

So looking for thoughts on this.  Assuming a person was standing on Titan, it was raining methane, and enough photons where able to penetrate the dense atmosphere.  Would a person be able to detect a rainbow, however faint?  Thought it might be a good idea for a piece but would appreciate the groups thoughts on believability.   Thanks  See More
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"This is an excellent piece!!!  Well done."
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N-1 launch through clouds

"A great render Nick as always the detail is superb."
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visiting the belt

"Excellent work!"
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At 5:33pm on July 11, 2014, Ian Willey said…
Mr. Prichard, I'd like to ask for your permission to use one of your beautiful images in the cover art of an album I'm releasing very soon. Please email me here if you wouldn't mind discussing this: iancwilley@gmail.com thank you
-Ian
At 6:58pm on January 11, 2012, Mario John Borgatti said…

 
 
 

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