About Stellarium 0.12.1
Stellarium is a software project that allows people to use their home computer as a virtual planetarium. It will calculate the positions of the Sun and Moon, planets and stars, and draw how the sky would look to an observer depending on their location and the time. It can also draw the constellations and simulate astronomical phenomena such as meteor showers, and solar or lunar eclipses. (Credit : Stellarium User Guide)
Features of Stellarium 0.12.1
- Over 120,000 stars from the Hipparcos Catalogue with name and infos for the brightest ones.
- Planets and major satellites in real time.
- Drawing of the 88 constellations with their names.
- Mythological figures of the 88 constellations.
- Textured displaying of more than 70 nebulas (Orion, M31 etc..).
- Photo-realistic Milky Way.
- Star twinkling.
- Shooting Stars.
- Skinable landscape (ground, fog, mapping of fisheye pictures).
- Ultra fast realistic atmosphere rendering (Sunsets, sunrises etc...).
- Automatic eye adaptation to sky luminance using physiologic model.
- Grids in Equatorial and Azimuthal coordinates.
- Equator and ecliptic coordinates lines.
The TTCS OSSWIN DVD 0.89 webpages (the work), is copyrighted by the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS) and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 Licence.
Every one of the Free and Open Source Software applications on this DVD is governed by its own licence.
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