# My space travel

#### vinny5000

##### New member
Hi, guys!

I'm now 5,915,205,000,000 kilometers or 39,541 AU away from the sun and moving at the speed of 605,206 kilometers per second!

Cheers,
Vincent

#### vinny5000

##### New member
Hi, guys!

I'm now 1,000 times the distance from the sun to Pluto or 6,015,154,000,000 kilometers or 40,209 AU away from the sun!!

Cheers,
Vincent

Donator
wow!

#### Keatah

##### Active member
We're almost 1 light-year out. I wonder what discoveries await?

#### vinny5000

##### New member
Hi, Keatah!

I'm having a lot of fun with my space travels! I'm anxious to see what it look like when my spacecraft is in uniform motion and in uniform rest when my spacecraft is completely motionless!

Cheers,
Vincent

#### MaverickSawyer

##### Acolyte of the Probe
Wow. That's hauling the mail!
Still, it's going to take a while before you hit the next "star system" (distance wise), so you've got a LONG trip ahead.

Keep up the good work, though!

#### vinny5000

##### New member
Hi, MaverickSawyer!

I got the long trip ahead alright! Thanks!

Cheers,
Vincent

#### vinny5000

##### New member
Hi, guys!

I'm now 6,283,000,000,000 kilometers or 42,000 AU away from the sun and moving at the speed of 623,785 kilometers per second!

Cheers,
Vincent

#### vinny5000

##### New member
Hi, guys!

A few moments ago, I did the experiment. I've gone as far as about 36,000,000,000,000 kilometers or 22,000,000,000,000 miles or about 244,000 AU away from the sun and I got the speed up to 1,500,000 kilometers per second and still no problems whatsoever!!! I used time acceleration for this experiment. After I did the experiment, I scrap it, open the saved scenario which is my saved space travels and now I'm doing the space travel where I left off using the real time which I'm currently now 42,553 AU or 6,355,915,000,000 kilometers away from the sun and moving at the speed of 627,894 kilometers per second.

Cheers,
Vincent

#### vinny5000

##### New member
Hi, guys!

I'm now 6,665,000,000,000 kilometers or 44,653 AU away from the sun and moving at the speed of 645,695 kilometers per second!

Cheers,
Vincent

#### vinny5000

##### New member
Hi, guys!

I'm now 7,076,800,000,000 kilometers or 47,305 AU away from the sun and moving at the speed of 669,524 kilometers per second!

Cheers,
Vincent

#### vinny5000

##### New member
Hi, guys!

I'm now 7,479,850,000,000 kilometers or 50,000 AU away from the sun and moving at the speed of 692,086 kilometers per second!

Cheers,
Vincent

#### statickid

##### CatDog from Deimos
Donator
You should be using a Starship Enterprise instead of a DG

#### vinny5000

##### New member
Hi, staticKid!

You got the point there! I'm waiting for the next version of orbiter comes out before I try the starship enterprise! I hope by then the starship for orbitersim will have fully functioning systems like on Star Trek.

Cheers,
Vincent

#### vinny5000

##### New member
Hi, guys!

I'm now 7,866,000,000,000 kilometers or 52,581 AU away from the sun and moving at the speed of 712,993 kilometers per second! Distance of 1,000 miles is definitely nothing that far out!!!!!!

Cheers,
Vincent

#### PennyBlack

##### Altea Development Team
You should be using a Starship Enterprise instead of a DG

By the time Vinny5000 gets to where he's going, we'll get there before him in the Relativity or go back and watch him launch on his epic voyage. :lol:

#### Izack

##### Non sequitur
I hope by then the starship for orbitersim will have fully functioning systems like on Star Trek.

A couple of us started on that, but it flopped...

#### statickid

##### CatDog from Deimos
Donator
:lol: i love the exhaust coming out there. must be a first gen warp drive

#### vinny5000

##### New member
Hi, Guys!

I'm now 8,375,000,000,000 kilometers or 55,984 AU away from the sun and moving at the speed of 739,682 kilometers per second!

Cheers,
Vincent

#### statickid

##### CatDog from Deimos
Donator
Maybe now would be a good time to start including light years and C percentages :lol: