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Table Of Contents

Introduction
Installation
2.1 System Requirements
2.2 Downloading
2.3 Installation
2.3.1 Windows
2.3.2 MacOS X
2.3.3 Linux
2.4 Running Stellarium
Interface Guide
3.1 Tour
3.1.1 Time Travel
3.1.2 Moving Around the Sky
3.1.3 Main Tool-bar
3.1.4 The Object Search Window
3.1.5 Help Window
Configuration
4.1 Setting the Date and Time
4.2 Setting Your Location
4.3 The Configuration Window
4.4 The View Settings Window
4.4.1 Sky Tab
4.4.2 Marking Tab
4.4.3 Landscape Tab
4.4.4 Starlore Tab
Advanced Use
5.1 Files and Directories
5.1.1 Windows
5.1.2 MacOS X
5.1.3 Linux
5.1.4 Directory Structure
5.2 The Main Configuration File
5.3 Command Line Options
5.3.1 Examples
5.4 Getting Extra Star Data
5.5 Scripting
5.5.1 Running Scripts
5.5.2 Installing Scripts
5.5.3 Writing Scripts
5.6 Visual Effects
5.6.1 Light Pollution
5.7 Customising Landscapes
5.7.1 Single Fish-eye Method
5.7.2 Single Panorama Method
5.7.3 Multiple Image Method
5.7.4 landscape.ini [location]section
5.8 Adding Nebulae Images
5.8.1 Modifying ngc2000.dat
5.8.2 Modifying ngc2000names.dat
5.8.3 Modifying nebula_textures.fab
5.8.4 Editing Image Files
5.9 Sky Cultures
5.10 Adding Planetary Bodies
5.11 Other Configuration Files
5.12 Taking Screenshots
5.13 Telescope Control
Configuration file
Precision
TUI Commands
Star Catalogue
D.1 Stellarium’s Sky Model
D.1.1 Zones
D.2 Star Catalogue File Format
D.2.1 General Description
D.2.2 File Sections
D.2.3 Record Types
D.2.3.1 File Header Record
D.2.3.2 Zone Records
D.2.3.3 Star Data Records
Creating a Personalised Landscape for Stellarium
E.0.4 The Camera
E.0.5 Processing into a Panorama
E.0.6 Removing the background to make it transparent
Astronomical Concepts
F.1 The Celestial Sphere
F.2 Coordinate Systems
F.2.1 Altitude/Azimuth Coordinates
F.2.2 Right Ascension/Declination Coordinates
F.3 Units
F.3.1 Distance
F.3.2 Time
F.3.3 Angles
F.3.3.1 Notation
F.3.4 The Magnitude Scale
F.3.5 Luminosity
F.4 Precession
F.5 Parallax
F.6 Proper Motion
Astronomical Phenomena
G.1 The Sun
G.2 Stars
G.2.1 Multiple Star Systems
G.2.2 Optical Doubles & Optical Multiples
G.2.3 Constellations
G.2.4 Star Names
G.2.4.1 Bayer Designation
G.2.4.2 Flamsteed Designation
G.2.4.3 Catalogues
G.2.5 Spectral Type & Luminosity Class
G.2.6 Variables
G.3 Our Moon
G.3.1 Phases of the Moon
G.4 The Major Planets
G.4.1 Terrestrial Planets
G.4.2 Jovian Planets
G.5 The Minor Planets
G.5.1 Asteroids
G.5.2 Comets
G.6 Galaxies
G.7 The Milky Way
G.8 Nebulae
G.9 Meteoroids
G.10 Eclipses
G.10.1 Solar Eclipses
G.10.2 Lunar Eclipses
G.11 Catalogues
G.11.1 Hipparcos
G.11.2 The Messier Objects
G.12 Observing Hints
G.13 Handy Angles
Sky Guide
Exercises
I.1 Find M31 in Binoculars
I.1.1 Simulation
I.1.2 For Real
I.2 Handy Angles
I.3 Find a Lunar Eclipse
I.4 Find a Solar Eclipse
GNU Free Documentation License
Acknowledgements
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