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"Random Attractors" 

All the images have the same scale.
The dimension of the attractor increase as it attract new pixels.

The density is low in the dark blue areas,
and hight in the yellow and orange areas..

© Sylvain Timsit , 1998




image from the simulator after 3 seconds...







image after 1 minute...









image after 2 minutes...







image after 10 minutes...







"Gravitation Attractors" 

These images are made by a gravitation simulator, a software developped by Jeff Rommereide,
which allow to simulate the orbits of the planets around stars.

You simply create the stars, planets, or astéroïds in the space,
and set the initial parameters (mass, direction and initial speed).
Then you can observe their interactions, visualising the path of each planet.

You can also create some chaotic planetary system.
These kind of systems have a shorter life, but they often behave in a surprising way,
creating some unexpected patterns.



"Attractors Balance"


Trail of a planet which hesitate between the attraction field of two close stars.
At the begining of the simulation, the planet is positioned at the center, at equal distance from the two suns,
with a slight starting inpulse toward the top.

The planet will wave between the 2 stars, as a piece of metal placed between 2 magnets of same force,
, and successively orbit around each star.

The planet ends in a final scratch on the left star.




"Flower of Infinity"



Trajectory of a planet around a double star.
The double gravity field create a slighty elliptic orbit which shift the trail at each turn.

Contrary to the previous system,
this one is very stable and can maintain itself indefinitely..











Same kind of system as in the previous one.







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