# Advanced QuestionWhat the hell is this Star wars?

#### LOOKKIIALT

##### New member
There is a object that i did not spawn
heres it https://imgur.com/a/aa9h0xe
I was planning to go to the stars that you see when you leave earth but When i got That thing in my screen it was probably a part of my ship because i was out of the bounds in the solar system, Though it might be a glitch or a bug.

#### Kyle

##### Armchair Astronaut
The title is also my reaction when leaving the theater after watching "The Last Jedi".

#### Face

Beta Tester
I was planning to go to the stars that you see when you leave earth.

Orbiter does not support interstellar flight, because it gets into numerical problems once you get to a substantial distance from the sun. Graphical glitches like that are then possible.

#### MaverickSawyer

##### Acolyte of the Probe
It looks like it was one of the cargo pods that the Shuttle-A can carry.

Thanks

#### Zandy12

Donator
Orbiter does not support interstellar flight, because it gets into numerical problems once you get to a substantial distance from the sun. Graphical glitches like that are then possible.

This is very interesting. I can only imagine how complicated the new physics engine will have to be to support interstellar travel but I would be delighted to see a later Orbiter that can support it.

#### GLS

This is very interesting. I can only imagine how complicated the new physics engine will have to be to support interstellar travel but I would be delighted to see a later Orbiter that can support it.

Divide the Universe into sectors, à la Star Trek, and then the math only has to work inside each sector? :shrug:
We would have the Solar System, with some empty space around, in Sector 001, and then X empty sectors in one direction until we come up to the sector which has the Vulcan system.

#### Urwumpe

##### Not funny anymore
Donator
Yes.Or switch to fixed point math for the coordinates, while still using floating point velocity and acceleration. A 128 bit integer representing 1 mm accuracy would result in a 3.40E34 m universe... Or:

11,018,639,233 GPc

That's a lot bigger than the visible universe.