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Presenting the Umojomahar multisolar system!
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Tell me what planet you would want to live on, and why :)
(Noooo, they are not all habitable, but say you have a habitation module)

Here is a little info about the various objects you see:

:bulletred:UMOJOMAHAR
Class: Type KIa-0 Star
Size: 5.6 AU
Age: 6.89 billion years
The massive red supergiant in the centre of the Umojomahar system. Is bound to end up as a massive black hole.
8 million kilometers from the star is a dense and exotic mineral heavy asterioud field. It is the remains of two planets colliding in the early stages of the Umojomahar multi system.


Orbiting Planets:
:bulletblack:Umohar
Class: Planet, massive rock
Habbitable? No
Located just outside the central asteroid belt at around 10 million kilometers from Umojomahar. This hot massive rock planet has a liquid metal core creating a massive magnetic field.

:bulletblack:Duohar
Class: Planet, massive rock
Habbitable? No
Just a mere 4 million kilometers out from Umohar is yet another supermassive rock planet, this with a synchronus orbit with Umojomahar. Temperatures on the day side peak at 7000 degrees celcius, while temperatures on the night side range from -120 to -270 degrees celcius.


:bulletred:DUOSMAHAR
Class: Type A Star
Habbitable? No
A small yet bright young star. One of the 4 extra stars in the Umojomahar multi system

Orbiting Planets:
:bulletblack:Choco
Class: Planet, crusty rock
Habbitable? No (but exploitable with correct technology)
A small rocky planet orbiting near Duosmahar.

:bulletblack:Inkhasmin
Class: Planet, massive gas
Habbitable? No
A large gas planet with many small moons. Known for its distinct planetary ring.
Moons:
---:bulletblack:Froth
---:bulletblack:Shink
---:bulletblack:Minos
---:bulletblack:Kuimon

:bulletblack:Garamm
Class: Planet, massive rock
Habbitable? No (but exploitable with correct technology)
Large mineral rich rocky planet.
Moons:
---:bulletblack:Tholm
---:bulletblack:Thees


:bulletred:CRERTIERAMAHAR
Class: Type B Star
Habbitable? No
An exotic, rare, violent, supermassive and compact blue star. Spews a lot of exotic elements due to its weight and violent core processes.

Orbiting Planets:
:bulletblack:Uni
Class: Planet, massive rock
Habbitable? No
A very mineral rich planet which siffers massive heavy ion radiation from Crertieramahar effectivly replenishing its mineral reserves in observable time.
Moons:
---:bulletblack:To
---:bulletblack:Zree

:bulletblack:Elmwar
Class: Planet, rock
Habbitable? Yes (with technological aid)
A moderatly large rocky planet with a thin film of primitive life that fills almost the entire surface. Due to its proximity towards the radioactive sun, life evolves slowly, but it holds some of the strongest (in terms of survivability) microorganisms known.

:bulletblack:Cricera
Class: Planet, rock
Habbitable? Yes (Contains advanced life forms)
A large rocky planet with an active iron interior creating a protective magnetic field, however due to its interior processes, the magnetic field is the weakest at the equatorial line creating a violent and seemingly neverending storm. Planet is covered mostly by liquid water but contains one supercontinent on each side of the equatorial storm.

:bulletblack:Phileai
Class: Planet, rock
Habbitable? Yes (with technological aid)
A medium sized rocky planet.
Moons:
---:bulletblack:Putharnak
---:bulletblack:Phulom
---:bulletblack:Pirr

:bulletblack:Anub
Class: Planet, rock
Habbitable? No (but exploitable with advanced technological aid)
A cold medium sized massive planet which gathers the last of Crertieramahars exotic minerals and thus contains an abundance of exotic minerals.
Moons:
---:bulletblack:Khat


:bulletred:KHANMAHAR
Class: Type G Star
Habbitable? No
A large star with similar characteristics as Sol.

Orbiting Planets:
:bulletblack:Moja
Class: Planet, rock
Habbitable? No
A hot rocky planet with no spesific characteristics.

:bulletblack:Dorak
Class: Planet, massive rock
Habbitable? No
A slightly colder rocky planet with a weak magnetic field.

:bulletblack:Agarou
Class: Planet, massive rock
Habbitable? No
A rocky planet with a thick and violent atmosphere with frequent acid rain.
Moons:
---:bulletblack:Agaron

:bulletblack:Ozgun
Class: Planet, supermassive gas
Habbitable? No
A huge gas giant that was close to becomming a star once in its infant stages. Not enough mass for fusion.
Moons:
---:bulletblack:Foli
---:bulletblack:Augustine (Filled with complex lifeforms)
---:bulletblack:Petl
---:bulletblack:Liea
---:bulletblack:Throm
---:bulletblack:Haduum

:bulletblack:Neutuno
Class: Planet, large gas
Habbitable? No
A large gas planet spewing radiation from subsurface processes.
Moons:
---:bulletblack:Trogo
---:bulletblack:Deimu

:bulletblack:Demmu
Class: Planet, large gas
Habbitable? No
A large gas planet.
Moons:
---:bulletblack:Aimmu
---:bulletblack:Drombolus
---:bulletblack:Stimmu


:bulletred:NACH-MAHAR
Class: Stellar Black Hole
Habbitable? No (durr)
A black hole captured several million years ago. While its orbit crosses all other orbits in the multisolar system, no known collissions have happened as of yet.


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:iconxelfrepuslax:
XelfrepuslaX Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2014
Wow I love it! :D
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:iconequiliari:
Equiliari Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2014  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks :D
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XelfrepuslaX Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2014
Most welcome :D
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tonystardreamer Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Just, WOW. This put all the other space art I had up in other tabs to shame.
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Soulslayer317 Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2013
so cool, i love it!
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dbrought Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013
Do you mind if I use this in a forum in a rp?
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:iconequiliari:
Equiliari Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
Go on ahead :)
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SigmaMinus Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2011  Hobbyist General Artist
I didn't expect to have my mind completely blown today.

And here I am.
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ShiningBerry Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2011
fantastic! i'd live on cricera, i think it'd be amazingn orbiting around a blue star!
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HaseoYashimora Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
dud fucking asome, i have a planet all set up and stuff if i draw the rest of the solar system and give it to you, you think you could turn it into this?
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:iconequiliari:
Equiliari Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2011  Professional Interface Designer
If I get free time I might do it for fun, however so far I am under quite a heavy load. Dont get your hopes up too much ;).
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HaseoYashimora Featured By Owner Mar 30, 2011  Hobbyist Writer
lol its smaller then this ;) and thanx its for my noval im righting
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cyde- Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2010
Phileai is fine, I imagine this exotic blue star would look great :P amazing map, is it related to some story or book ?
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:iconequiliari:
Equiliari Featured By Owner Nov 13, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Good choice :)
A story/potential book.
Its about the last human descendant in the universe.
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QAuZ Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2010
This has been featured [link]
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:iconequiliari:
Equiliari Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks :D
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QAuZ Featured By Owner Nov 12, 2010
YW.
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:iconrillz:
Rillz Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2010
Wow!
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:iconmilitant-jester:
Militant-Jester Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2010   General Artist
This is really cool! Zooming in, the planets are super bright - Duhasmahar almost blinded me XD
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:iconequiliari:
Equiliari Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Don't look directly at the sun! D:
It will hurt your eyes ;)
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Militant-Jester Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2010   General Artist
NOW you tell me!
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HardstyleMatt Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is really good i love this so much!
Much different to most other space images, nice work dude you deserve it!
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aurora0x0 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
I am 100% sure that the orbits that you've presented are absolutely to occur in real life.. but I love the picture anyways :)
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danarogon Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Student Digital Artist
this is very cool =D, because if you make a gravity simulation, the planets and the stars are going to "eat" or trow each other to hell =) lol
still....i am going to fav
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Equiliari Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Sadly I contain insufficient science to make an accurate model that could work :(. I do believe it is possible but it will require much more science than I am capable of.
(Yes, I am aware of the odd yet strangely cute use of the word science)

Anyways...
For now, this relative model showcasing the big and important stars, planets and moons within the system will be all I can present.
And thanks for the :+fav: :D
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:icondanarogon:
danarogon Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Try to download universe sandbox =)its very nice but try to find some place to download v1 because universe sandbox 2 isn't that good, and it does not have a very useful glitch ;) instead of buy it you can just give the some random code, and it will accept it has the real pass, belive it unverse sandbox its a very nice universe simulator, and make all sort of stuff =) and it mit help you in your next Science project ;)
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:iconequiliari:
Equiliari Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Ooh yes, looks like a pretty interesting program :)
Thanks :D
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:icondanarogon:
danarogon Featured By Owner Nov 6, 2010  Student Digital Artist
you are welcome =)
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slifer2534 Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010
brirlliant piece..just one snag...judging from the position of the black hwole, half the system shouldve being eaten up after the first cycle when the hole appared...its kinda close to the blue and red stars orbits
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Equiliari Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Aye, if the map was a true to scale one, sadly I do not contain enough science to do that (:(), so this relative model is all I can come up with.
I blatantly "excuse" it with; "you are not completly screwed untill you pass the event horizon", even thou it has a bit weaker gravitational pull than the star it once was.
But I am sure that with enough power of science(!), a working model containing the elements presented in the relative map could be produced.
Unless there is a photoshop filter for that particular task *checks*
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wrathmonkey Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2012
Still a cool picture, though.
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wrathmonkey Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2012
I'm afraid not. Even a regular black hole would still exert massive influence on an unbelievably large scale around it. The planets would likely be shredded immediately, and it would begin to "feed" off of the stars, especially considering their proximity (even if you expanded it to scale).

The stars would then do one or more of a number of things: novae, supernovae, collapse, etc. None of which the planets could theoretically survive through, if they had somehow survived the black hole.

As for the "screwed" thing: you're screwed long before you ever reach the event horizon. Loooooooooong before you reach the event horizon.
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:iconequiliari:
Equiliari Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2012  Professional Interface Designer
Over time this will most likely happen, yes. But so far, its all pretty stable. Trust me ;).
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LordTrekie Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow that is, amazing! :D
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R3V4N Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Holy crap that's awesome!
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jeturcotte Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
I like where you are headed, and your style and artwork are great; I'm just torn because I see so many scientific holes in this and I can't decide if you'd benefit from hearing about them or if I should just leave it =(
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Equiliari Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks :)
And sure. It is obvius that sizes on the planets, stars, moons and orbits are waaaay off, much like the images of our solar system you can find online due to the exhebitious nature. Still; I want to hear.
And don't you dare to be gentle! :)
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jeturcotte Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
On that note, though, I do appreciate that you're allowing for things like 'mini-goldilocks' zones around gas giants and stuff... not enough people acknowledge these possibilities, methinks.
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jeturcotte Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
Haha, alright... and yeah, this is a MAP, so it's perfectly okay to exaggerate sizes so, you know, relative to one another, the planets aren't smaller than pixels; no I was mostly just noticing star types, star ages, and the propensity for these to eliminate any possibility of life... all mixed together in one system. It's not that complex systems cannot occur... isn't there a seven star system out there somewhere in the direction of the big dipper, after all? Issue there is those stars are all the same age and differ really only in their respective masses. In yours though, you have an elderly central star surrounded by young stars that, given their colors, ought to be similarly or even more massive (which would have made them the center) as well as much younger... maybe they're all captures? (anything is possible!)

The blue guy also probably ought not to have life around it... stars that heavy and excited tend to live very short lives, typically less than half a billion years (some much shorter.) Even the prototypes for pre-cellular life on Earth took about that long to come about and that was given a much calmer and friendlier scenario than that blue guy could provide. I mean, don't take me TOO seriously since we as a specie still have so much to learn. But based on what little we do know, this map seems unlikely.

And there's gravity to consider... a direct collision is not at all necessary for the black hole (or any of the extra suns) to wreak vicious havoc... assuming that BH is solar-massed, it would be throwing planets off their orbits coming even within 10s of AUs of anything else. Anyhow, that's just the parts that I picked up on. I'm not saying that a BH can't coexist within a system, but it's first hundred million years or so would probably be extreme disruptive... any planets here, assuming they survived, would probably be undergoing a fresh onslaught of dozens or hundreds of comet impacts a year given the BH's initial and potentially recurring path through the system's collective OORT cloud.

Hah, more than I intended to type. It just seemed to me that you are perusing more than just art here, so I had a hard time keeping quiet; and like I said, the best of us as a specie are still just learning about this stuff, so don't worry too much! =)
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Equiliari Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Thanks for the extremly thurough reply :D. Yes, to a degree I am pursuing more than just art, granted concept wise it is still in its infant stages. Story wise, its pretty developed.
I do however have to give an applause to deviantART and its members (for now mainly you and GalacticKitten). When developing a story in a field you probably should not enter (:P) feedback is pure gold. You have just given me this large pot of pure gold.

I was intrigued by what you said about multiple star systems. I have always imagined 4 or 5 to be max of what we have discovered (but was open for more) but lo and behold, there are actually TWO (!) systems they say have 7. Nu Scorpii and AR Cassiopeia. All of them with only B class stars. The universe will never cease to amaze me :D.
Maybe this will make me want to evolve the Umojomahar system further? I do like the idea of binary stars within the multistar system.

So yeah, most of the stars in the Umojomahar system would be captures by the Umojomahar. How such diverse stars got so close to each other?... Mwell creepishly enough I already have a sort of an explanation for that in the story this artwork is based on. It also adresses life around Crertiermahar (yes, its name is a mouthfull, but thats cause its the most awesome and exotic star in the system!).

The "seed" of life on Elmwar and Cricera was placed there artificially by someone not from the Umojomahar system (Doink, spoilers!). Due to the conditions of Elmwar life was "helped" on its way to be able to survive, however not beyond that point. Thus it is currently the thin film of goo.
Cricera is another story, it is "protected" by its immensive magnetic field, thus life is able to evolve under relative "normal" conditions.
The basis of the story is the storm that effectivelly divides the planet in two, creating two completly different evolutionary lines.
The short lifespan on Crertiermahar is certainly something that I must address.

The black hole, well... I don't actually need it story wise, it was just something I put in there because of... well... rule of cool!
But I do believe it can be addressed and be made plausible with the cunning use of Hawking radiation to minimize its size (It is after all depicted to have come from a star much larger than the Umojomahar if you consider the blackness its event horizon). Althou this is probably something I should address AFTER reading "A briefer history of time".

Thank you again for the pot of gold! :D
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jeturcotte Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
=) Thanks... artistic license is ALWAYS an option; I just wanted to make sure that if you were going for good science that you have access to it! Still, take even what I say with a grain of salt... our best scientists are constantly being surprised, too. Captures are always possible... Proxima centauri is a capture... or perhaps a near capture as we're not ENTIRELY sure yet if it will actually say with alpha centauri a+b. Galaxies like ours are also the result of galactic collisions and galactic cannibalizations, and while star collisions are virtually unheard of, they will have many near misses between not only unrelated stars, but stars from entire other galaxies as well... and the closer you get to a galactic core, the more pressed together stars are, so odds increase there as well. There's tons of opportunity for you to get really creative out there, so keep at it!
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GalacticKitten Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010
technical detail, but O stars are blue and very hot... so this star (UMOJOMAHAR) would no longer be classified as type O. Probably a KIa supergiant, or a K or M III giant. Supergiants are cooler, so as the star ages from the main sequence it gets cooler and changes class. Actually it's probably even big and bright enough to be a G supergiant, well and it's yellow.
(I'm an astronomer so I noticed this)

Wonderful piece of work! You obviously put a lot of work into it!
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Equiliari Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Hehe, at least I got the other ones kinda right ^_^.
Thanks for the heads up (and the collection :+fav:) :D *changes*
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GalacticKitten Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010
=) The other ones are fine! And the orbits are realistic as well!

Anyway, you're welcome =)
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GalacticKitten Featured By Owner Nov 5, 2010
Oh, and sorry if I sound like a jerk or a know-it-all, it really is a beautiful image!
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arisechicken117 Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2010  Student Digital Artist
Very interesting and complex. You're the first i've seen to tackle a quaternary solar system with such vivid detail and info. Nice work!
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Allantsuki Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
REALLY PURE AWESOME :iconbravoplz:
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Arcalian Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2010
Text is too small to see, but I would be very curious about the planets around the blue star. I know blue stars are shorter lived, but still many times longer than a human lifetime.
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Equiliari Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2010  Professional Interface Designer
Big version where text is visible here: [link]

It seems the blue star is the most attractive to space farers thus far :)
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Arcalian Featured By Owner Nov 4, 2010
Perhaps one of the moons of Phileai.
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