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Author: Trent Schwarz | Website: http://

The Planets (cont.)

On the fourth orbit, create our fourth world, 10 units in size. This is basically Mars, though larger. It has two moons, which we will create later.

Finally, on the wide fifth orbit, our Gas Giant. It's a small one, but a gas giant nonetheless. 30 units in size. It has two moons, one of which has its own moon.

By this stage, we should now have all of our planets. Yes, all you astrophysicists will send nasty emails telling me the scale is all out of whack. I know this, but it's just an example.

If you're having trouble getting it looking right, feel free to load solarsystem2.max from the supplied files.

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