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  • donbright: this reminds me of plasma but .... different!

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  • SpecialAgent: The approximate orbits of the newly discovered Trappist-1 system, three of the seven planets lie in the habitable zone. The innermost planet is not shown here.

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  • SpecialAgent: Illustrates the orbits of the first 4 planets in our solar system. The distance from the sun (not shown but expected in the center) and the orbital periods are to approximate scale. Variable A holds the planetary data, positions 0-3 indicate the distance in Astronomical Units from the sun, positions 4-7 the number of days for orbital periods. These are rounded to fit into the 140 byte limit. Earth should be 3.65, but is rounded up to 4. Not perfect but a close approximation. q is the radius of each orbit (derived from the AU distance), and d is the angle of the planet on the orbital path (derived from the days per orbital period).
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  • donbright: i wish i could vote twice on SpecialAgent's dweet, so cool.
  • SpecialAgent: Thank you donbright :)
  • SpecialAgent: A golfed version that tunes earth's orbital period to 360 days, and speeds up the simulation: c.width^=0;r=600;for(n=4;n--,q=r*[.2,.3,.5,.75][n],d=t*2/[1,2,3.6,7][n];)x.arc(r,r,q,1,9),x.stroke(),x.fillRect(r+q*C(d),r+q*S(d),9,9)

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  • SpecialAgent: Another Sierpinski fractal, this time generated via a RNG method.

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  • SpecialAgent: I woke up at 1AM and realized I never played with Sierpinski triangles. What a shame!

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