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Yes, paint.NET can definitely do this.

Just take a look at Commader Sozo's work:

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or Helio's:

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They I've found how to do this is that you take your original layer, and then paste the planet on a new one.

Then create an alpha mask where the highlighted part of the planet is what's visible, and everything else gradually fades.

I'm not on a computer with paint.NET right now, otherwise I would show you.

Hope this helps,

Nab

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