Second Life News October 17, 2020 by

LUX AETERNA "Stellaris Caelorum" @ Wanderlust Weekend

LUX AETERNA "Stellaris Caelorum" @ Wanderlust Weekend

helel ( lux aeterna / sempiternal ) has added a photo to the pool:

LUX AETERNA "Stellaris Caelorum" @ Wanderlust Weekend

Vi Veri Veniversum Vivus Vici.
– Aleister Crowley


I am really proud to present to you my -science project- latest creation! I love astronomy, I had a lot of fun with this, and I do hope you will enjoy it as much as I enjoyed tinkering with this to no end.

Stellaris Caelorum is a reminder that although the universe is vastly expanding at an infinite rate and it almost seems as if we are but mere dust compared to everything, we are all connected, interwoven into the movement of celestial bodies around us; though they are millions and billions of miles away, they still have an effect on us and on our lives.

There are two versions included, a Halo and an Aura. The Halo places our little planetary system vertically behind you, as any other halo, as well as in front of you for the smaller orbits. The Aura version is instead horizontal and sits around your waist, expanding outwards, the Sun remains as a halo behind your head. There is also a version of the Halo which includes a high priority bento pose to hold a portion of the system in your hands.

A preview of the Halo version can be seen here.
And here is a preview of the Aura version.

Every single part of this system is tintable, you are able to tint the orbit paths and the sun halo each separately, and you may even change the color of the planets if you wish to. You are also able to move each individual planet and orbit path to wherever you’d like.

As always, we hope you enjoy.

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