If you’re a Rift enthusiast, you may already follow UKRifter’s product review channel. This week, he took a look at 6000 Moons, and had some nice things to say about the experience.

There’s one observation UKRift made that we really want to take this chance to echo: the starfield in 6000 Moons is terrifically atmospheric and accurate. For this, we want to again thank Jason Fletcher of the Charles Hayden Planetarium for the vivid images which we UV mapped to provide the effect UKRifter enjoyed. You can learn more about Jason, his work as a Science Visualizer, and the many resources of Hayden at The Fulldome Blog. Thanks again, Jason.

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