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Auto Credit Based on sacr3dbac0n0's Stellar Neighborhood v1.9

Official Version. v2.0 adds 43 new celestial bodies bringing total count to 137 and system count to 15. "Real lava" and newly updated fluid densities.

+61 Cygni
+Teegarden's Star
+Van Maanen's Star
+Epsilon Indi

Added systems are 61 Cygni, a binary K-type orange dwarf system. Teegarden's Star, a red dwarf system believed to host alien life. Van Maanen's Star, a white dwarf with a massive ring system. And Epsilon Indi, an orange dwarf system with two brown dwarf companions.

Pluto and Charon added to Sol.

Added a Mars launch location. Updated the Moon and Earth base.

For mission planning, also linked here is a spreadsheet with each planet's description and properties documented:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1TLWf9HPFFCZoT3EsDxMy-oXbMof6MFG8cIFMSrcrE0c/edit?usp=sharing

*Credit to sacr3dbac0n0 for placing the stars and adding the newest celestial bodies.

GENERAL INFO

CELESTIAL BODIES

Name Parent Radius Surface Gravity Apoapsis Periapsis
Sol 139.1 Mm 279.3 m/s - -
Mercury Sol 588 km 3.7 m/s 4,004.0 Mm 3,996.0 Mm
Venus Sol 1,210 km 8.9 m/s 10,294.6 Mm 10,155.8 Mm
Earth Sol 1,274 km 9.8 m/s 15,124.5 Mm 14,648.2 Mm
Luna Earth 350 km 1.6 m/s 41,485 km 37,159 km
Mars Sol 678 km 3.7 m/s 24,832.6 Mm 22,490.3 Mm
Jupiter Sol 13,980 km 24.8 m/s 78,139.0 Mm 76,655.0 Mm
Io Jupiter 364 km 1.8 m/s 56,931 km 56,588 km
Ganymede Jupiter 527 km 1.4 m/s 115.9 Mm 113.7 Mm
Saturn Sol 11,400 km 10.5 m/s 148,195.9 Mm 145,528.2 Mm
Saturn Orbital Shipyard Saturn 1 m 0.1 m/s 12,069 km 12,045 km
Enceladus Saturn 50 km 0.1 m/s 47,387 km 47,101 km
Titan Saturn 515 km 1.4 m/s 124.5 Mm 119.4 Mm
Uranus Sol 5,073 km 8.9 m/s 301,547.5 Mm 300,945.0 Mm
Miranda Uranus 47 km 0.1 m/s 24,283 km 24,235 km
Neptune Sol 4,924 km 11.2 m/s 454,914.9 Mm 454,006.0 Mm
Triton Neptune 270 km 0.8 m/s 40,570 km 40,489 km
Pluto Sol 238 km 0.6 m/s 860,882.9 Mm 517,853.3 Mm
Charon Pluto 121 km 0.3 m/s 2,278 km 2,273 km
Alpha Centauri A Sol 170.2 Mm 182.9 m/s 41,356,315,002.0 Mm 41,273,684,998.0 Mm
Alpha Centauri Ab Alpha Centauri A 4,100 km 5.6 m/s 4,218.1 Mm 4,209.7 Mm
Alpha Centauri B Alpha Centauri A 120.1 Mm 333.1 m/s 301,178.7 Mm 225,142.1 Mm
Alpha Centauri Bb Alpha Centauri B 960 km 7.9 m/s 10,347.6 Mm 10,326.9 Mm
Alpha Centauri Bc Alpha Centauri B 2,080 km 21.4 m/s 18,260.7 Mm 18,224.2 Mm
Alpha Centauri ABb Alpha Centauri A 5,200 km 11.2 m/s 816,937.7 Mm 541,153.5 Mm
Alpha Centauri ABc Alpha Centauri A 14,700 km 106.2 m/s 2,661,307.6 Mm 2,333,349.7 Mm
Alpha Centauri ABc I Alpha Centauri ABc 5,070 km 8.9 m/s 753.3 Mm 751.8 Mm
Alpha Centauri ABc I i Alpha Centauri ABc I 180 km 0.8 m/s 44,772 km 44,683 km
Proxima Centauri Alpha Centauri A 21,455 km 1.41 km/s 122,015,985.8 Mm 121,772,197.6 Mm
Proxima Centauri B Proxima Centauri 1,363 km 10.0 m/s 588.1 Mm 579.9 Mm
Proxima Centauri C Proxima Centauri 2,950 km 12.6 m/s 20,768.7 Mm 19,586.7 Mm
Proxima Centauri C I Proxima Centauri C 32 km 0.2 m/s 52,898 km 34,600 km
Barnard’s Star Sol 27,228 km 1.05 km/s 56,469,803,392.7 Mm 56,356,976,607.3 Mm
Barnard’s Star B Barnard’s Star 610 km 4.8 m/s 274.7 Mm 274.1 Mm
Barnard’s Star C Barnard’s Star 1,210 km 8.8 m/s 628.9 Mm 615.1 Mm
Barnard’s Star D Barnard’s Star 6,500 km 9.7 m/s 2,209.6 Mm 2,205.2 Mm
Barnard’s Star D I Barnard’s Star D 220 km 1.5 m/s 28,005 km 27,949 km
Barnard’s Star D II Barnard’s Star D 140 km 0.6 m/s 52,539 km 52,434 km
Luhman 16 Barycenter Sol 2,000 m 78,326,496.26 km/s 61,583,702,182.9 Mm 61,460,657,817.1 Mm
Luhman 16 A Luhman 16 Barycenter 11,885 km 1.23 km/s 46,217.0 Mm 46,124.6 Mm
Luhman 16 Ab Luhman 16 A 950 km 7.1 m/s 103.6 Mm 98,505 km
Luhman 16 Ac Luhman 16 A 15,500 km 23.0 m/s 4,010.9 Mm 3,986.7 Mm
Luhman 16 Ac I Luhman 16 Ac 10 km 0.1 m/s 63,610 km 63,483 km
Luhman 16 Ac II Luhman 16 Ac 320 km 2.6 m/s 123.9 Mm 121.1 Mm
Luhman 16 B Luhman 16 Barycenter 14,542 km 690.4 m/s 46,217.0 Mm 46,124.6 Mm
Luhman 16 Bb Luhman 16 B 1,900 km 22.5 m/s 397.0 Mm 396.2 Mm
OGLE 2019 BLG 0551 Sol 1,850 km 35.9 m/s 76,760,392,101.9 Mm 67,039,607,898.1 Mm
OGLE 2019 BLG 0551 B OGLE 2019 BLG 0551 800 km 3.4 m/s 19,054 km 9,324 km
Sirius A Sol 238.1 Mm 192.6 m/s 81,547,866,403.9 Mm 81,384,933,596.1 Mm
Sirius Ab Sirius A 805 km 6.2 m/s 49,836.0 Mm 49,736.5 Mm
Sirius B Sirius A 1,170 km 4,028.50 km/s 330,615.0 Mm 152,205.1 Mm
Sirius Bb Sirius B 3,180 km 31.5 m/s 376.2 Mm 134.8 Mm
Sirius Bc Sirius B 2,340 km 23.2 m/s 42,014.7 Mm 39,623.6 Mm
Sirius ABb Sirius A 92,400 km 3.8 m/s 946,614.5 Mm 627,053.6 Mm
Sirius ABb I Sirius ABb 1,080 km 7.7 m/s 97,196 km 97,002 km
Sirius ABc Sirius A 6,900 km 8.5 m/s 1,718,352.8 Mm 1,549,977.9 Mm
Sirius ABd Sirius A 15,100 km 33.4 m/s 7,010,967.3 Mm 6,298,412.9 Mm
Sirius ABd I Sirius ABd 1,645 km 4.8 m/s 348.5 Mm 347.8 Mm
Epsilon Eridani Sol 102.4 Mm 423.0 m/s 99,200,251,154.7 Mm 99,002,048,845.3 Mm
Epsilon Eridani B Epsilon Eridani 481 km 10.2 m/s 4,903.4 Mm 4,893.6 Mm
Epsilon Eridani C Epsilon Eridani 1,010 km 7.8 m/s 10,022.9 Mm 10,002.9 Mm
Epsilon Eridani C I Epsilon Eridani C 450 km 2.1 m/s 9,679 km 9,660 km
Epsilon Eridani D Epsilon Eridani 2,400 km 5.4 m/s 24,070.1 Mm 24,022.0 Mm
Epsilon Eridani D I Epsilon Eridani D 510 km 3.6 m/s 36,224 km 29,286 km
Epsilon Eridani E Epsilon Eridani 11,600 km 9.4 m/s 96,893.1 Mm 96,699.5 Mm
Epsilon Eridani E I Epsilon Eridani E 130 km 0.7 m/s 88,695 km 88,518 km
Epsilon Eridani E II Epsilon Eridani E 370 km 1.5 m/s 205.5 Mm 205.1 Mm
61 Cygni A Sol 92,529 km 434.6 m/s 108,054,947,005.1 Mm 107,839,052,994.9 Mm
61 Cygni Ab 61 Cygni A 780 km 8.6 m/s 2,722.2 Mm 2,716.7 Mm
61 Cygni Ac 61 Cygni A 1,600 km 16.2 m/s 6,820.3 Mm 6,806.6 Mm
61 Cygni B 61 Cygni A 87,658 km 487.0 m/s 1,634,036.0 Mm 775,822.2 Mm
61 Cygni Bb 61 Cygni B 467 km 4.8 m/s 3,854.9 Mm 3,847.2 Mm
61 Cygni Bc Barycenter 61 Cygni B 2,000 m 1,423.25 km/s 6,463.0 Mm 6,450.1 Mm
61 Cygni Bc I 61 Cygni Bc Barycenter 760 km 7.6 m/s 21,698 km 4,052 km
61 Cygni Bc II 61 Cygni Bc Barycenter 550 km 6.1 m/s 42,428 km 9,911 km
61 Cygni Bd 61 Cygni B 27,000 km 47.8 m/s 16,451.0 Mm 14,633.8 Mm
61 Cygni Bd I 61 Cygni Bd 762 km 7.6 m/s 55,762 km 55,650 km
61 Cygni Bd II 61 Cygni Bd 620 km 21.5 m/s 126.3 Mm 126.1 Mm
61 Cygni Bd III 61 Cygni Bd 635 km 7.0 m/s 294.7 Mm 285.0 Mm
61 Cygni Be 61 Cygni B 1,800 km 8.6 m/s 31,026.2 Mm 29,696.7 Mm
Procyon A Sol 141.7 Mm 230.6 m/s 108,528,420,005.2 Mm 108,311,579,994.9 Mm
Procyon Ab Procyon A 1,036 km 10.7 m/s 1,501.5 Mm 1,498.5 Mm
Procyon Ac Procyon A 750 km 6.5 m/s 25,330.1 Mm 25,279.5 Mm
Procyon Ac I Procyon Ac 250 km 1.5 m/s 7,882 km 5,962 km
Procyon Ae Procyon A 40 km 0.2 m/s 105,703.8 Mm 55,455.0 Mm
Procyon Ad Procyon A 8,700 km 40.0 m/s 158,983.6 Mm 154,494.6 Mm
Procyon Ad I Procyon Ad 801 km 6.0 m/s 37,252 km 37,177 km
Procyon Ad II Procyon Ad 20 km 0.1 m/s 112.3 Mm 72,694 km
Procyon B Procyon A 1,717 km 1,085.70 km/s 1,180,871.5 Mm 1,178,512.1 Mm
Procyon Bb Procyon B 381 km 9.5 m/s 1,750.6 Mm 1,648.1 Mm
Tau Ceti Sol 110.4 Mm 337.0 m/s 112,742,630,005.4 Mm 112,517,369,994.7 Mm
Tau Ceti B Tau Ceti 1,100 km 11.8 m/s 4,042.4 Mm 4,034.4 Mm
Tau Ceti C Tau Ceti 1,270 km 7.8 m/s 9,935.4 Mm 9,915.6 Mm
Tau Ceti D Tau Ceti 1,340 km 12.8 m/s 14,246.1 Mm 14,103.2 Mm
Tau Ceti D I Tau Ceti D 110 km 0.5 m/s 4,968 km 4,573 km
Tau Ceti E Tau Ceti 8,300 km 7.6 m/s 42,141.5 Mm 42,057.3 Mm
Tau Ceti E I Tau Ceti E 1,457 km 11.3 m/s 45,351 km 45,260 km
Tau Ceti F Barycenter Tau Ceti 2,000 m 1,423.25 km/s 73,443.9 Mm 73,297.2 Mm
Tau Ceti Fb Tau Ceti F Barycenter 800 km 4.7 m/s 9,800 km 9,780 km
Tau Ceti Fa Tau Ceti F Barycenter 780 km 4.4 m/s 9,800 km 9,780 km
Epsilon Indi Sol 99,019 km 408.9 m/s 114,116,002,005.4 Mm 113,887,997,994.6 Mm
Epsilon Indi Ab Epsilon Indi 12,000 km 32.0 m/s 660.7 Mm 659.4 Mm
Epsilon Indi Ac Epsilon Indi 1,700 km 16.7 m/s 11,845.2 Mm 10,345.2 Mm
Epsilon Indi Ad Epsilon Indi 23,000 km 40.7 m/s 153,438.8 Mm 153,132.2 Mm
Epsilon Indi Ad I Epsilon Indi Ad 470 km 2.2 m/s 61,134 km 61,011 km
Epsilon Indi Ad II Epsilon Indi Ad 678 km 7.0 m/s 175.9 Mm 166.2 Mm
Epsilon Indi Ba Epsilon Indi 11,131 km 1.92 km/s 22,177,243.3 Mm 21,282,496.6 Mm
Epsilon Indi Ba I Epsilon Indi Ba 640 km 6.2 m/s 141.2 Mm 118.2 Mm
Epsilon Indi Bb Epsilon Indi Ba 11,409 km 1.09 km/s 37,705.1 Mm 37,629.8 Mm
Epsilon Indi Bb I Epsilon Indi Bb 780 km 8.6 m/s 371.7 Mm 363.3 Mm
Teegarden's Star Sol 17,791 km 1.49 km/s 118,378,260,005.6 Mm 118,141,739,994.4 Mm
Teegarden's Star B Teegarden's Star 900 km 9.9 m/s 327.7 Mm 306.1 Mm
Teegarden's Star B I Teegarden's Star B 450 km 2.7 m/s 5,289 km 4,202 km
Teegarden's Star C Teegarden's Star 600 km 4.1 m/s 572.1 Mm 551.3 Mm
Teegarden's Star D Teegarden's Star 17,000 km 30.1 m/s 3,217.8 Mm 3,211.4 Mm
Teegarden’s Star D I Teegarden's Star D 256 km 11.6 m/s 29,690 km 29,630 km
Teegarden’s Star D II Teegarden's Star D 750 km 5.8 m/s 86,348 km 85,176 km
Teegarden's Star D III Teegarden's Star D 420 km 2.0 m/s 169.4 Mm 156.4 Mm
Teegarden's Star E Teegarden's Star 1,000 km 7.1 m/s 7,274.6 Mm 7,260.1 Mm
Teegarden's Star E I Teegarden's Star E 500 km 3.1 m/s 7,467 km 7,452 km
Van Maanen's Star Sol 1,531 km 1,418.11 km/s 132,771,639,006.3 Mm 132,506,360,993.7 Mm
Van Maanen's Star B Van Maanen's Star 1,274 km 9.8 m/s 2,809.5 Mm 2,803.9 Mm
Van Maanen's Star C Van Maanen's Star 860 km 6.6 m/s 6,626.0 Mm 5,534.0 Mm
Van Maanen's Star C I Van Maanen's Star C 600 km 2.2 m/s 13,232 km 13,206 km
Van Maanen's Star D Van Maanen's Star 2,200 km 14.9 m/s 12,058.7 Mm 12,034.7 Mm
Van Maanen’s Star D I Van Maanen's Star D 201 km 2.1 m/s 6,350 km 4,133 km
Wolf 1061 Sol 42,755 km 877.7 m/s 132,961,829,006.3 Mm 132,696,170,993.7 Mm
Wolf 1061 B Wolf 1061 670 km 5.2 m/s 1,212.7 Mm 1,210.3 Mm
Wolf 1061 C Wolf 1061 1,310 km 10.8 m/s 2,061.6 Mm 2,057.5 Mm
Wolf 1061 D Wolf 1061 1,610 km 16.7 m/s 3,761.8 Mm 3,754.3 Mm
Wolf 1061 E Wolf 1061 15,500 km 23.0 m/s 22,563.0 Mm 22,517.9 Mm
Wolf 1061 E I Wolf 1061 E 625 km 4.9 m/s 27,252 km 27,197 km
Wolf 1061 E II Wolf 1061 E 312 km 1.7 m/s 155.6 Mm 155.3 Mm
LP 145-141 Sol 300 km 44,252.26 km/s 143,094,952,006.8 Mm 142,809,047,993.2 Mm
LP 145-141 b LP 145-141 2,500 km 321.0 m/s 24,518 km 24,469 km
LP 145-141 c LP 145-141 1,192 km 29.7 m/s 64,668 km 62,048 km
LP 145-141 d LP 145-141 610 km 5.5 m/s 1,514.4 Mm 926.7 Mm

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    645 AstronX

    where is Europa?

    11 months ago
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    Literally NICE! I dont have words to describe it, I love all your crafts.

    +1 11 months ago
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    25.0k Zenithspeed

    @VerySmarte yes, i will be trying to make the distances (and hopefully the orientations within constellations too) accurate, and yes it's entirely possible with XML
    problem is that the XML files for all of my SR2 stuff have been inacsessible to my XML editor since the 1.0 update which is probably the main reason why my progress in uploading planets and system has been halted so much

    +2 11 months ago
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    2,095 VerySmarte

    @Zenithspeed hey just a question, if you ever make that system, will the distances between stars be accurate to real life? because i dont think thats possible to make due to limitations of the system editor.. unless you use xml

    +3 11 months ago
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    Trying to download on pc for the first time, but I'm having trouble figuring it out.

    one year ago
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    how do you even get to other planets?

    one year ago
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    @lordvader0219 pls add moon is solar system,ex: Mars add 2 moons , Jupiter add to 4 moons , Saturn add to 7 moons , Uranus add to 5 moons , Neptune add to 3 moons , Pluto add to 5 moons

    +1 1.1 years ago
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    9,256 Hyperant

    This is awesome. Sirius system is unstable though.

    +1 1.1 years ago
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    25.0k Zenithspeed

    @sacr3dbac0n0 fair enough, i just like to play things safe
    at the very least i'll put "inspired by Stellar Neighbourhood" in the description

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    4,665 sacr3dbac0n0

    @Zenithspeed Forgive me if I'm not really following, but we don't claim to have ownership of the concept of an interstellar planet pack, nor can/should we anyways. Also, we're not the first ones to have done this, in fact I have many inspirations and I'm sure lordvader0219 does too. So by all means go for it. Not really sure for what you're asking for permission to do though?

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    25.0k Zenithspeed

    @sacr3dbac0n0
    of course, i do know that the SMA's need to be adjusted in XML, it's just that the files or the CelestialDatabase folder rarely want to show up in my file editors for some reason
    also, i'm not saying i'm using Stellar Neighbourhood as a basis for it, it's merely the concept that i am wanting to use but in a somewhat different way, that being the scale of the planets being in real-scale rather than the game's 1/5th scale (it's basically an "expansion pack" of sorts to an already existing system i have made myself)

    1.2 years ago
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    4,665 sacr3dbac0n0

    @Zenithspeed Edit the semi-major axis manually in the XML file of your system, units are in meters. I'd highly recommend starting the system from scratch instead of cannibalizing this Stellar Neighborhood build. This is because the hierarchy between the planets can get confusing when editing an existing XML file compared to starting a new one. Also, this build is much more complex than previous build. One wrong edit and you corrupt the file, needless to say, a massive headache. Another big thing is 'Max Zoom' and 'Map Scale', I set Stellar Neighborhood's to '5e20' and '1e-7'. That is a stable configuration out to 15 ly but might also work for longer distances (50 ly?). If you want to go larger, go with a larger 'Max Zoom' and smaller 'Map Scale'. Incorrect values result in jitters and camera artifacts. That's how I did it, not very complicated once you figure it out.

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    25.0k Zenithspeed

    i came here to say that in the future i'm planning to make an expansion pack to my solar system replica with interstellar travel and real-life exoplanets, basically it's this but in real scale rather than the game's 1/5 scale
    and obviously it was inspired by this, so can i get your permission to upload it when it's complete?

    1.2 years ago
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    538 KERBQ

    By the way, how can I modify the track height?

    +1 1.2 years ago
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    518 Aludra877

    hi Lordvader, I must admit Ur systems, well stellar neighbourhoods are amazing, but how do u break the Semi Major Axis is all i wanna know, pls help, and also, Howd u manage to upload more pics after the upload?

    1.2 years ago
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    0 hosain

    this is really better than before, thanks

    1.2 years ago
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    @SamTheFox I added more photos after upload on my computer

    +1 1.3 years ago
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    how did you break the 7 picture limit

    1.3 years ago
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    Created an account just to upvote and say thanks for this.
    Edit: can't updoot yet but whatever

    +1 1.3 years ago
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    80 MrRed15

    oh and beatiful systems

    1.4 years ago
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    80 MrRed15

    guys a update is coming really soon

    1.4 years ago
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    25.0k Zenithspeed

    i agree, they should definitely add all the other major moons of the solar system, feels weird with Saturn only having Enceladus and Titan
    @IMULAerospaceIndustries

    +1 1.4 years ago
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    UPDATE: I wonder how many more bodies you could add to this? Having all the rest of the major moons of the Gas Giants (i.e. all the “planemo” moons such as the two other Galilean Moons, the five other big ones of Saturn, and the four others of Uranus), as well as a few comets and maybe Sedna or another fictional object such as Planet Nine would be absolutely amazing!
    @IMULAerospaceIndustries

    +1 1.4 years ago
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    Why not use it to sail?(Up to 26666 times the speed of light )https://www.simplerockets.com/c/1BtSu6/Rhombodite

    1.4 years ago
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    I cannot describe how much fun I’m having with this. If this file isn’t worthy of some kind of developer award or content feature, I don’t know what is. Thanks so much for your time and effort!

    +2 1.4 years ago
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