More practicing of nebula-painting. Slowly getting the hang of it. Inspiration for this piece struck me while I was programming a little simulation that displays objects orbiting each other. Made the masses variable and starting-parameters for position and velocity-vector can be adjusted as well. It illustrates quite nicely the concept of planetary and comet-orbits, and gravitational slingshots
4:3 -- 1600x1200
16:9 -- 1920x1080
16:10 -- 1920x1200
If you have a smaller screen, the wallpaper should auto-shrink itself
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The planet is more or less the obligatory accompaniment to nebulae. It felt a little empty without it, so that's why it's there in first place. It's not intended in any way to have such a staggering density that the nebula itself would get influenced significantly