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August 2009

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The "Stellarium-user-guide/0.10.2-1/stellarium_user_guide-0.10.2-1.pdf" file could not be found or is not available. Please select another file. > Find Software > Stellarium > Browse Files Share Donate Stellarium by matthewg42, xalioth * Summary * Files * Support * Develop Stellarium renders 3D photo-realistic skies in real time with OpenGL. It displays stars, constellations, planets, nebulas and others things like ground, landscape, atmosphere, etc. Browse Files for Stellarium File/Folder Name Platform Size Date Downloads Notes/Subscribe Newest Files stellarium_user_guide-0.10.2-1.pdf 1.4 MiB Wed Mar 11 2009 00:03 41,330 Release Notes

September 2007

openuniverse - Download

* Linux/UNIX: Beta3 (source code only) Site 1 You'll need Mesa 3.2, GLUT 3.7 (you don't need glut if you've downloaded MesaDemos) and optionally GLUI. See Requirements. * Windows 95/98/NT/2000 Beta3 (binaries and source code) Site 1 Make sure you have working OpenGL drivers before complaining :-). * OpenUniverse high resolution pack Very high resolution Earth, Mars and Io maps Site 1 This is a must if you have a GeForce card. Just uncompress this file and copy the JPEGs to the textures directory. © openuniverse · 2005 Home | Contact

Celestia: Download

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ownload Celestia 1.4.1 Please select the appropriate Celestia 1.4.1 package for your computer from the list below. Downloads are all hosted by SourceForge, meaning you are required to select a download server after clicking on the link. As a result, right-clicking on a link and selecting "Save as..." may not work as expected.


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Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope. It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go


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Strictly spoken it's a piece of software, simulating the Solar System's bodies in 3D on your Windows or Linux PC (will work in most *NIX's as well).