Stellarium 0.21.1 – Update for ALL OS

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DOWNLOAD StellariumStellarium is a free open-source planetarium for your computer. Visualization renders 3D photo-realistic skies in actual time with OpenGL. It shows a practical sky in 3D. Just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars, or a telescope.

Stellarium displays stars, constellations, planets, nebulas, and different things like ground, landscape, atmosphere, etc. There is an ability so as to add new solar system objects from online resources.

You can add your own deep sky objects, landscapes, constellation images, scripts. The plugin system provides artificial satellites, ocular simulation, telescope configuration, and more.

Stellarium is available for Linux, Unix, Windows, macOS, and Android. It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go.

Stellarium Features:

sky

  • default catalog of over 600,000 stars
  • further catalogs with more than 177 million stars
  • default catalog of over 80,000 deep-sky objects
  • further catalog with more than 1 million deep-sky objects
  • asterisms and illustrations of the constellations
  • constellations for 20+ completely different cultures
  • images of nebulae (full Messier catalog)
  • realistic Milky Way
  • very realistic atmosphere, sunrise, and sunset
  • the planets and their satellites

interface

  • a robust zoom
  • time control
  • multilingual interface
  • the fisheye projection for planetarium domes
  • spheric mirror projection for your own low-cost dome
  • the all-new graphical interface and in-depth keyboard control
  • telescope control

visualization

  • equatorial and azimuthal grids
  • star twinkling
  • shooting stars
  • tails of comets
  • iridium flares simulation
  • eclipse simulation
  • supernovae and novae simulation
  • 3D sceneries
  • skinnable landscapes, now with spheric panorama projection

customizability

  • plugin system including artificial satellites, ocular simulation, telescope configuration, and more
  • ability so as to add new solar system objects from online resources…
  • add your own deep sky objects, landscapes, constellation images, scripts…

Changes in Stellarium 0.21.1:

  • Added ability to handling Stellarium scripts by file extension on macOS
  • Added disabling the proportional DSO hints in Oculars plugin in eyepiece mode (GH: #1572)
  • Added ability to get the lunar eclipse magnitudes through scripting (GH: #747)
  • Added new plugin: OnlineQueries (GH: #355, #962)
  • Added marker of the center of Earth’s shadow (GH: #1687)
  • Added workaround to displaying labels for umbra and penumbra (GH: #1560)
  • Added an attempt to fix the misplaced location on the planet map (GH: #1026)
  • Added tool to toggle visibility of intercardinal (or ordinal) directions and secondary intercardinal directions
  • Added scriptable method for panning the view a predetermined amount (degrees per seconds)
  • Added option for toggle place of the measurement’ visibility for Angle Measure plugin (GH: #1708)
  • Added actions to intercardinal and secondary intercardinal points
  • Added support a proper motion for pulsars
  • Added code to recognition 3 new groups of satellites: IRNSS, TDRSS, and QZSS
  • Added 2 new methods into the scripting engine
  • Added a splitter in the satellite tab in the Satellites plugin (GH: #1696)
  • Added a reminder in the Description box in the Satellites plugin (GH: #1696)
  • Added ability to load an “old” telescopes (GH: #1651)
  • Added single asterism selection mode (GH: #541, #921)
  • Added meteor shower code/ID to search result table (GH: #1663)
  • Added support untranslatable names (like designations) for stars and DSO (skycultures)
  • Added 3 new scriptable methods into ConstellationMgr class
  • Added few new DSO textures
  • Added cosmetic fix for a long list of designations for stars: split the data into few lines
  • Added cosmetic fix for a long list of proper names for stars: split the data into few lines
  • Added scriptable methods for isolated selection of asterisms by the name (GH: #541, #921)
  • The added version number in the file name for extended DSO catalog to improve data handling (GH: #1433)
  • Added missing ability to saving and loading values for ‘Draw only polygon’ and ‘Thickness of line in pixels’ options (LP: 1923489)
  • Added backward compatibility layer for scripting engine for search and select operation
  • Added scaling factor for line thickness on HiDPI devices (GH: #1618)
  • Added new nomenclature for Solar system bodies
  • Added computation shadow phenomena (Transits of shadow and eclipses) for planets with moons in AstroCalc/Phenomena tool (GH: #1563)
  • The added context for the second name of beta Gemini to avoid conflict with constellation name (GH: #1599)
  • Added carbon stars filter for Search and AstroCalc tools (GH: #1583)
  • Added section “Moons of first body” into AstroCalc/Phenomena tool (GH: #1563)
  • Added Polar Circles into ArchaeoLines plugin (GH: #1555, #1573)
  • Added two custom altitude lines into ArchaeoLines plugin (GH: #1573)
  • Added ability to grabbing declination/azimuth/altitude data from a selected object into ArchaeoLines plugin (GH: #1573)
  • Added ability to direct selection of locations from Stellarium’s location list into ArchaeoLines plugin (GH: #1573)
  • Fixed correctly saving sensor rotation angle (GH: #1756)
  • Fixed sorting hotkeys info in Help window (almost full synced with Keyboard shortcuts editor) (GH: #443)
  • Fixed scaling planets and the Sun by viewed through the eyepiece (GH: #1578)
  • Fixed typo’s in Almagest SC description (GH: #1745, #1746)
  • Fixed display cardinal labels when NLS is disabled
  • Fixed displaying the native names of planets (GH: #1273)
  • Fixed work the method core.setObserverLocation() when planet is not defined (GH: #1749)
  • Fixed display of hotkeys (e.g. native look for macOS’ hotkeys) in the Help window
  • Fixed proper names
  • Fixed designation for 2 UMa
  • Fixed UI text issue for binoculars in the Oculars plugin (GH: #1738)
  • The fixed flip issue for compass rose in the Oculars plugin (GH: #1535)
  • Fixed selection of the newest added device in Oculars plugin
  • Fixed handling of the designations for variable and double stars
  • Fixed crash for the OnlineQueries plugin
  • Fixed show text in Angle Measure plugin on the HiDPI devices
  • Fixed display multiline AKA list for DSO
  • Fixed compiling INDILib by MSVC2019
  • Fixed crash when any device added into Oculars plugin (GH: #1673)
  • Fixed horizontal & vertical flip defect in Oculars plugin (GH: #1535, #1678)
  • Fixed bug in the scripting engine
  • Fixed dead links in Stellarium User Guide (GH: #1694, #1692)
  • Fixed tabbing order in the Satellites plugin (GH: #1696)
  • Fixed cross-identification data for HIP stars (GH: #1657)
  • Fixed visibility of planet labels: the visibility of planet label is dependent on extinction magnitude now (GH: #1652)
  • Fixed AstroCalc/Phenomena tool: added missing category for computing shadows phenomena
  • Fixed HiDPI issues in Script Console
  • Fixed show labels in scripts on the HiDPI devices (no need a rewriting script for HiDPI monitors)
  • Fixed search Hydra as a constellation and as the moon in the Bookmarks tool (GH: #1609)
  • The fixed logical issue in StelSkyDrawer class
  • Fixed displaying cardinals on poles (no cardinals!)
  • Fixed mistakes for designations of double stars from Struve’s appendices catalogs (GH: #1604)
  • Changing visualization of the atmosphere on the Galilean satellites: All Galilean satellites have an atmosphere, but too thin of course (pressure at surface lesser 1 Pa), so, let’s turn off the atmosphere on these moons (GH: #1676).
  • Updated AstroCalc tools (GH: #1679)
  • Updated GUI of AstroCalc tools
  • Updated Almagest SC: use almstars catalogs to improve sky culture (GH: #1647)
  • Updated al-Sufi skyculture
  • Updated native names of planets
  • Updated Help window: added special local hotkeys info (GH: #1679)
  • Updated Stellarium User Guide
  • Updated handling the designations of stars
  • Updated Bayer and Flamsteed designations of stars
  • Updated Angle Measure plugin: change mouse cursor in angle measure mode (GH: #1698, #1707)
  • Updated the installer for Windows: added links to Stellarium User Guide and ANGLE mode of Stellarium on the desktop
  • Updated scripts
  • Updated default catalogs in the plug-ins
  • Updated texture for M51
  • The updated list of locations
  • Updated Oculars plugin (GH: #1633)
  • Updated Satellites plugin: added description for China’s space station and updated default TLE catalog
  • Updated proper names of stars
  • Updated Russian translations of skycultures description (GH: #1645)
  • Updated support the double stars data: added ability to use multiple designations for double stars
  • Updated support the double stars data: revised all designations of double stars
  • Updated support the double stars data: uses parameters for double stars according to latest WDS data
  • Updated AstroCalc/Phenomena tool: Section “Sun, planets and moons” renamed into “Sun, planets, and moons of observer location” (GH: #1563)
  • Updated ArchaeoLines plugin: replace angle DoubleSpinBoxes by AngleSpinBoxes (supersedes GH: #1447)
  • Updated core: added QTextEdit StelProperty connections (GH: #1573)
  • Updated core: added property connector code for AngleSpinBox (GH: #1573)
  • Updated core: added code for AngleSpinBox to make sure cursor position does not change while mouse-wheeling an angle (GH: #1573)
  • Removed the resetting tracking the objects in Oculars plugin (GH: #1680)
  • Removed support the config option AngleMeasure/enable_at_startup to avoid automatically enabling the Angle Measure plugin at startup of planetarium (GH: #1698)
  • Removed bad URL in Western skyculture info.ini file (GH: #1720)
  • Removed support for legacy QGLWidget rendering

System Requirements:

minimal

  • Linux/Unix; Windows 7 and above; Mac OS X 10.12.0 and above
  • The 3D graphics card which supports OpenGL 3.0 and GLSL 1.3
  • 512 MiB RAM
  • 250 MiB on disk
  • keyboard

recommended

  • Linux/Unix; Windows 7 and above; Mac OS X 10.12.0 and above
  • The 3D graphics card which supports OpenGL 3.3 and above
  • 1 GiB RAM or more
  • 1.5 GiB on disk
  • keyboard

Size: 261 MB

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