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In a galaxy far away...

...there are more stars. Well in our own galaxy, just one a few solar systems away from us, lays the Purr Polaris Star.
In the science of astronomy not every star out there has to have planets orbiting it. Sometimes they are found just floating in space and looking pretty. Which is the case here; the Purr Polaris star sits in front of it's stary backdrop and just shines brightly hoping that one day a rogue planet will become it's friend.

Tech Details: 7 or 8 hrs - Adobe After Effects.

Three simple elements make up this piece: A lens flare, Particle simulator, and a glow effect.

If you enjoyed this piece please check out my gallery and take a look at my previous space art!
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Nazzlancer Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2012
... something like this in real time to see .. that would be awesome
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Byakuhan Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012  Hobbyist Filmographer
sadly in real time, this particular event would have happened far to quickly for us to be able to witness the details.
Also a side fact: any supernova would happen so slowly it would take a long time view.

Still, I wouldn't mind being there for either :D
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Teddy-KGB Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2011
very nice
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Byakuhan Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2011  Hobbyist Filmographer
Thanks!
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