If this has already been answered, please point me in the right direction. The Silent Circus was my first album but I listened to it rarely. Fast forward 15 years and I found Coma Ecliptic from a best of list on Loudwire, and I can't get enough of it. I then got Colors but still prefer CE. So did I just get into the band from the wrong album?
I'm not 100% yet agree with this, but this album grows on me more and more year after year.
I love "Colors", but I'm more to the modern BTBAM era, which started in 2012 with "The Parallax II" release. "The Great Misdirect" is still good but feels like a transition between two BTBAM eras. "Automata" went pass me, almost zero emotions when I listen to this double album.
"Coma Ecliptic" is the most diverse, eclectic and strong (in terms of composition) album from entire BTBAM discography.
I would like to hear some opinions from you, guys. This album was coldly received by hardcore BTBAM fans, and it has significantly low ratings in compare with their previous releases. Are there any interesting reviews of this album? What do you think about it?
Thank you so much for your comments. I'm glad that there are so many different opinions. This is great, because BTBAM is being followed by so many different listeners with different backgrounds.
Things are looking grim.
Proto seems to be gaining more power by the day, several more adventurers have gained black scars, and a large stab wound has put Randizer out of commission for now.
A ray of hope awaits, as you received a letter from Randizer asking you to visit him.
You wonder to yourself "can it even be stopped?" as your transport pulls up to Yukumo Village.
Proto's reign of terror has gone on far enough, you think to yourself, as you finally manage to locate the next place he's heading to.
The ultimate goal, kill Proto, and put an end to this madness.
So I wanted to help my friend out because he said he had never actually done extreme Brohemoth and he wanted to see if we could do it and I figured what the hell we’re in high master rank so this shouldn’t be that hard and we go in I tank with my heavy bow gun make sure I keep shooting him in the head to keep aggro and my friend is rocking dual blades and we get him to the volcanic area and he using ecliptic meteors but he never put down a comet so we cart we go back to camp we get our stuff and the moment we touch the field he starts to meteor again.....did we do something wrong?
After your first encounter with the figure, you are now covered in Black Scars, trying to figure out how to remove them, you have also heard other adventurers have ended up the same way.
You have heard that the strange man is moving towards a densely populated city, most likely to destroy the magic users there too.
You are walking away from the Shack, back to your home when you see something red in the distance.... is that?.... Fire?!
Hello, all. I am looking for any variant of BTBAM's Coma Ecliptic album and the only release of Unprocessed's Artificial Void. I am located in the US if that helps with shipping prices.
I am willing to work with you on prices, so feel free to reach out if you have either of these records.
PM if you have either!
As far as I know, at least for the four gas giants of our solar system, moons orbit in the equatorial plane of their planet. For example, Saturn moons are in the same plane as the rings. And Uranus moons orbit in a plane that is nearly perpendicular to the ecliptic because of the planet's extreme axial tilt.
Is that right?
But then, we always see our Moon somewhere in the ecliptic line. And if the Moon was orbiting in the equatorial plane, like seems to be the norm in the solar system, then we'd only get eclipses during the equinoxes, which is not the case (next one in December, close to solstice).
Does that mean our Moon orbits in the ecliptic plane?
If the answer to the two above questions is yes, then what explains the difference? Why is the Earth-Moon system following a seemingly different model?
That got bugging me for a few nights. Thanks for your answers!
In older videos (from beta) on Sovereign RPG's channel i saw that he had the "ecliptic plane" activated, like i'm used to from eve desktop. you know, that "spider web thingy" with your ship in the center that better lets you judge your position in space in relation to other objects.
Is there a way to switch this on in the current live client or has that feature been removed?
Only interested in the aluminum model, any color
Is there a relatively straight-forward way to obtain the right ascension value of the point of intersection between an ecliptic meridian with an equatorial parallel of declination?
Here I’m sharing a picture of the problem:
By ecliptic meridian I mean a geodesic arc that is originated at the ecliptic poles.
By “equatorial parallel of declination” I mean a small circle parallel to the equatorial plane with all its points sharing the same value of terrestrial latitude.
The known parameters in this case would be 1) obliquity angle between two great circles (ecliptic plane and celestial equator plane) 2) ecliptic longitude of the point 3) equatorial declination/latitude of the point
The things that I don’t know are 1) Equatorial longitude/right ascension 2) Ecliptic/celestial latitude
Again, what I am mainly interested is in finding out the “equatorial longitude/right ascension” of the point.
Let’s put numbers to the know... keep reading on reddit ➡
I posted this question last night but I removed it and wanted to ask again- I’ve been following Saturn and Jupiter this spring and they always seem to rise on the ecliptic line.
Why don’t dwarf planets do this? Is it because they’re out of the suns influence? They aren’t directly effected by the solar system?