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  1. Hello everyone! A month ago I started the discussion for preparation fourth series of DSO catalog for Stellarium (it will be implemented in next year probably): https://github.com/Stellarium/stellarium/discussions/2317 If you have a comments, ideas or suggestions - please spend some time and share it with us! Thanks!
  2. I had a bit of a breakthrough moment last night when I finally got platesolving working under APT. Slewed to various objects in Stellarium then platesolved them pretty quickly in APT - wonder why it's taken me so long to get round to it! Anyway, after 90 minutes of adding data to my M81 folder I thought I'd have another play with the GOTO's in stellarium and practice the platesolves. After a handful, Goto's were very nearly landing right on the spot BUT around 1:30am I thought I'd take a look at the moon. Pointed to it in Stellarium, clicked current object then slew and watched as the mount failed to point within 5 degrees of the moon. It ended up pointing much further west and lower in the sky. Odd. A subsequent click on Capella brought that star right into the centre of the frame. Targetting the moon once again brought the scope pointing further west - looked like exactly the same spot as before. My coordinates in Stellarium match those in EQMOD and the time is picked up from my laptop. Anyone else see this sort of behaviour using stellarium? Graeme
  3. Help ! While updating the asteroid database ( I had just updated ok to include 7482 (1994PC1) ) but then I have messed something up In Plugins, highlighting the SSE brings up the configuration window but the configure button is not working (remains white) I have ticked the load at startup box and restarted as per FAQ1746 https://answers.launchpad.net/stellarium/+faq/1746 but still no joy Stellarium v 0.18.0 Windows 7 64bit Any ideas where to start looking please (yes 18 is very old but so is my computer ! and that was the last version that worked for me, something to do with graphics card and/or OpenGL) Thanks.
  4. The Stellarium team is delighted to announce the release of Stellarium 0.21.3. The major changes of this version: - Better handling of minor bodies with outdated orbital elements - "Goto next day at same altitude" functionality for selected objects - Mark a few special points on the planets - Three refined Arab skycultures - Updated Mul-Apin skyculture with new artwork - Improved OnlineQueries and Satellites plugin - Fixed a problem with LX200 telescopes - Many fixes in core and plugins There has also been a large number of bug fixes and closed feature requests and enhancements (see full list of changes). Enjoy! Download binary packages for Windows, Mac and Linux you may here: https://github.com/Stellarium/stellarium/releases/tag/v0.21.3 Full list of changes: - Added support a context in names of sky cultures - Added improvements for compute the accuracy and performance of sunrise/sunset time in AstroCalc/WUT - Added support HTC 2.0 theory (#1942) - Added also search descriptions in Satellites plugin (GH: #1940) - Added support QtWebEngine in OnlineQueries plugin (GH: #1938) - Added reference to ArchaeoLines plugin - Added scriptable method to set the time extent for trails - Added figure correction for the Lunar position - Added atmospheric pressure and temperature info into location tooltip - Added *.md files into Windows installer (GH: #2023) - Added orbit epoch as explicit element to the KeplerOrbit (GH: #2000, #2027) - Added Solar and Lunar info to InfoString (GH: #1455, #2037) - Added pragmatic solution for a Linux display problem with aberration (GH: #1945) - Added a "default" group to selected object info (GH: #2038) - Added context for info group names (GH: #2038) - Added epoch entries for the Interstellar objects - Added support to show ephemeris when Solar system bodies are hidden (GH: #2044, #2051) - Added orbit_Epoch to comet orbital elements - Added scripting functions for tonemapping - Added tool to find and select an object from its standard name and object type name (GH: #1970) - Added tool to search an object by its standard name and object type - Added Arabic sky culture (GH: #2064) - Added Arabian Peninsula sky culture (GH: #2064) - Added Arabic Lunar Stations sky culture (GH: #2064) - Added new actions for jumping to defined moments in diurnal motion of selected objects (GH: #2106) - Added smart tooltip for AstroCalc/Graphs tool (GH: #2110) - Added Poles and east and west points (limb/equator intersection) (GH: #2092, #2098) - Added Central and Subsolar special points (GH: #2098) - Added scriptable method to replace textures on-the-fly (GH: #1060, #2120) - Added twilight data into InfoString for the Sun - Added new filter for satellites (GH: #2124) - Added code to automatic add the group of satellites, based on Celestrak groups (GH: #1636, #2125) - Fixed issues in hawaiian starlines sky culture (GH: #1931) - Fixed error in search of Atlas right hand (GH: #1934) - Fixed computation max elevation in AstroCalc/WUT tool - Fixed building unit tests when scripting is disabled - Fixed direct script commands for RemoteControl (GH: #1943) - Fixed selecting sky culture - Fixed Sun limb size and direction in Navigational Stars plugin (GH: #2019, #2021) - Fixed Observability plugin: restore lost lunar "previous" and "next" full moon information (GH: #2025) - Fixed epoch support for the Pluto (GH: #2062) - Fixed OnlineQueries plugin: additional cmake fixes over #2006 (GH: #2049) - Fixed a regular expression for constellation references (GH: #2055) - Fixed typo in HD designation for HIP 48715 star (GH: #2063) - Fixed dithering for native GLES2 systems (Odroid C1) - Fixed PNGs: prevent libpng iCCP incorrect sRGB profile warnings - Fixed building OnlineQueries plugin for non-WebEngine mode - Fixed typo in CMake script (GH: #2067) - Fixed default epoch for comet orbit - Fixed crash after importing single asteroid (pulsar, quasar, supernova, nova, exoplanetary system) when imported asteroid was selected (GH: #1970) - Fixed crash after updating catalogs of objects (pulsars, quasars, supernovae, novae, exoplanets, solar system objects) when selected object was removed by updating tool (GH: #1970) - Fixed formatting (GH: #2095) - Fixed rendering of markers when using perspective or orthographic projections (GH: #2093) - Fixed issue in implementation of LX200 protocol (GH: #818) - Fixed typos in sky cultures (GH: #2105) - Fixed context issue for translation of pole labels (GH: #2098) - Fixed aberration issues for Nomenclature selection (GH: #2098) - Fixed selection priority for far-side features of the planet (GH: #2098) - Changed AstroCalc/Transits tool: cosmetic fix for custom markers - Changed Satellites plugin: improve guessing GALILEO satellites - Changed core: refactoring the support of the on-screen stars names (GH: #1951, #2005) - Changed the core: replace QRegExp occurrences - Changed mouse navigation behaviour (GH: #1317, #2086, #2089) - Updated minimum requirements: Qt 5.9 - Updated instructions for building Stellarium from source code (GH: #1927) - Updated GUI of Satellites plugin: cosmetic fixes - Updated list of exoplanet detection methods - Updated list of contributors - Updated list of active developers - Updated planetary nomenclature - Updated list of base locations - Updated the code of core: refactoring - Updated translations of sky cultures - Updated translations of 3D sceneries - Updated translations of landscapes - Updated translations of GUI - Updated the description of Chinese sky culture and fixed some issues (GH: #1952) - Updated reference in Calendars plugin - Updated pulsars catalog - Updated documents for Scripting Engine - Updated Stellarium User Guide - Updated code for select priority and cosmetic fixes (GH: #2098) - Updated code for tooltips in AstroCalc/Graphs tools (GH: #2110) - Updated Babylonian (mulapin) sky culture - Removed dead code - Removed outdated code and data - Removed Arabic Moon Stations sky culture (GH: #2064)
  5. 2 days ago we released version 0.21.2 of Stellarium. The major changes of this version: - Annual aberration correction. Planet positions are finally very accurate! - Bookmarks replaced by Observation Lists - Politically neutral geonames - Right-click opens plugin configuration - Improved computation of rising, transit, setting times - "Goto next twilight" functionality - Two new Greek skycultures - Updated Mul-Apin skyculture with new artwork - Improved fidelity of Lunar eclipses - Fixed display of stellar proper motion - Many fixes in core and plugins Download binary packages for Windows, Mac and Linux you may here: https://github.com/Stellarium/stellarium/releases/tag/v0.21.2 Full list of changes: - Added a twilight altitude setting and twilight-finding actions to StelObjectMgr (GH: #1852, #484) - Added extraString capabilities to StelObjectMgr (GH: #1852) - Added missing time zones - Added 2 new greek skycultures (GH: #1850) - Added unit tests for JPL DE440/DE441 ephemeris - Added greatest digression to Infostring (GH: #1885) - Added constellation info for AstroCalc/WUT tool - Added tooltip for AstroCalc/WUT tool - Added barium stars filter for Search and AstroCalc tools - Added option to toggle the method of drawing Sun's corona (GH: #971) - Added support right click for buttons (GH: #1843) - Added alternative definition of elongation (GH: #1786) - Added support of geographical regions (politically neutral toponyms) (GH: #1844, #1808, #1135, #1125, #894) - Added tooltips to list of skycultures in the GUI - Added support the annual aberration (GH: #1626, #1272, #1115, #84) - Added custom max fov stop (GH: #1836) - Added DeltaT output in seconds for Scripting Engine - Added Observing lists feature (GH: #1816) - Added unobvious behavior for selection the celestial body when Graphs tab is opened - Added extra data for satellite into GUI of Satellites plugin (GH: #1785) - Added new language: English (India) - Added ability of displaying number of exoplanets in the system near designation of host star - Added support minimum altitude for Rise/Transit/Set times in AstroCalc/WUT tool (GH: #1089) - Fixed visual style of the magnitude output data - Fixed rendering graphs when the AstroCalc/Graphs tab is closed (GH: #1852) - Fixed coordinates for NGC 2379 (DSO Catalog v3.13) - Fixes and improvements of backward compatibility layer for support the regions and countries - Fixed displaying the proper motion data (GH: #1787) - Fixed empty items in Search/Lists tool for stars - Fixed proper motion data in AstroCalc/Positions tool (GH: #1787) - Fixed HiDPI issue for GUI of Scenery 3D plugin - Fixed displaying meteor showers search dialog (GH: #1854) - Fixed drawing spiky halo for Solar system bodies (GH: #1805) - Fixed behavior of the Online Query plug-in button (GH: #1806) - Fixed WS-2020-0368 issue in zlib (GH: #1807) - Fixed search stars by additional English names - Fixed translations for splash screen (GH: #1817) - Fixed location of CR 36 (Collinder 36) (GH: #1827) - Fixed crash Online Query Plug-in (GH: #1821) - Fixed distanes for PGC galaxies (GH: #1922) - Fixed computation of max elevations in AstroCalc tool - Changed Observability plugin: disabled RTS display in the plugin to avoid duplicate the data (GH: #1852) - Changed the core: added better solutions to RTS (rise-transit-set times) for fixed objects and planets (GH: #1852, #554) - Changed core: enabled nutation for -4000...+8000 for better comparison with reference solutions - Changed behaviour of AstroCalc/Graphs tool: the AstroCalc/Graphs/Graph tool now can work on Earth only (GH: #1925) - Changed behaviour of AstroCalc tool: Inhibit updates when dialog invisible (GH: #1920) - Updated the behaviour of the GUI in Search Tool: force focus on entry line when recalling (GH: #1874) - Updated the behaviour of the AstroCalc/Phenomena tool: exclude outdated solar system objects (GH: #1880) - Updated descriptions of sky cultures - Updated GUI of the Satellites plugin - Updated QXlsx library - Updated Stellarium User Guide - Updated list of locations - Updated list of languages - Updated list of geographical regions - Updated list of planetary nomenclature - Updated default catalog of pulsars - Updated common names of DSO - Updated common names of the stars - Updated boundaries in Chinese skycultures (GH: #1919) - Updated translations - Updated AstroCalc/Phenomena tool: improve the performance of computations (GH: #1910) - Updated AstroCalc/Phenomena tool: avoid lots of computations (GH: #1904) - Updated Solar System Editpr plugin: better intuitive sorting of MPC list by padding (GH: #1835) - Removed few Chinese dialects/languages: we will keep only zh_CN, zh_SG, zh_HK and zh_TW locales for Chinese - Removed outdated translations - Removed list of countries (GH: #1844, #1808, #1135, #1125, #894) - Removed Bookmarks feature (GH: #1816) - Removed the duplicate for Tr 2 cluster
  6. Hi, is there any way to select stars in Stellarium (I'm currently using 0.15.2 version) by its galactic coordinates? If it's possible, I need to select the stars that are as nearest as possible to the galactic equator and at 0º, 90º, 180º and 270º longitude (and 0º latitude). Thank you for advance
  7. Today Stellarium's development team published version 0.90.0.9732 with support of outlines for deep-sky objects. We use the compatible with SkyChart (Cartes du Ciel) format of file for storing an outlines data for deep-sky objects. For example the outline for M42 is represented by this lines: 05.56401 -05.49880 start M 42 05.56759 -05.39201 vertex 05.56635 -05.31749 vertex 05.57158 -05.21922 vertex 05.57601 -05.21716 vertex 05.58830 -05.30164 vertex 05.59140 -05.34341 vertex 05.59028 -05.37076 vertex 05.59008 -05.38175 vertex 05.59581 -05.37159 vertex 05.59943 -05.47123 vertex 05.59912 -05.65838 vertex 05.59520 -05.73212 vertex 05.58490 -05.68102 vertex 05.56948 -05.57675 end First column is right ascension in decimal hours, the second column is declination in decimal degrees and third column is command (start, vertex, end). The command 'start' has name of DSO also. Our outlines.dat file was partially got from CdC/SkyChart. Now we want to get a volunteers, who can help us create a good outlines for big deep-sky objects for two projects - Stellarium and Cartes du Ciel/SkyChart.
  8. I just bought a Celestron 8se. Which planetarium/scope control software do you recommend, Stellarium or Celestron's Starry Nights, and why?
  9. Good evening, it is normal that on the constellation of the scorpion there is a form of square on Antares, Oph and Jabbah? it's like there's a cut and paste, Thank you
  10. We i am about 2 hours from finshing work so i thought it's a great time to look for more smart phone apps. I have found on the android store Stellarium and i was wondering if anyone has it or used it before ? If i am to get this it will join google skymap and also sky safari.
  11. Hi Everyone, I am trying to setup the off axis guider in stellarium I've entered all details for my QHY5L II and checked the off axis guider box in the config. However, for the love of God I am not able to make the OAG red box appear in the display. No clue whats happening. My main imaging camera is a QHY9M. Any help will be appreciated.
  12. Hello fellow astronomers, I have come to the forums as I have depleted all other options. I own an NEQ5 GoTo with a Skywatcher 72ED. I have connected the mount to my computer using an EQDIRECT cable. I am trying to use stellarium with ascom and eqmod to slew the mount to a desired object. I have configured my scope using the “telescope control” plugin in stellarium. In the past I had successfully achieved slewing through stellarium. The problem is that now, one month later, when opening stellarium and trying to slew the telescope to a selected object (using either the “slew telescope to” panel or the shortcut (control + 1)) the mount moves for a fraction of a second and then stops, stellarium freezes and then the scope indicator in stellarium slides quickly to the horizon, and EQMOD control panel displays “horizon limit horizon limit” error. (Let’s call this the “main failure mode”.) Note that : I can use EQMOD and slew the scope manually without problem. If using it in tandem with stellarium, when I do so the scope indicator in stellarium moves without issue. I have used the “resync encoders” button on EQMOD to establish the home position, but this does not affect the behavior. I can use ascom device hub to slew the scope manually without a problem as well. The main failure mode described above happens most of the time. However, I sometimes get other erratic behavior in stellarium: Sometimes, when trying to slew the scope in stellarium, the mount moves for a second then stops (as described above), yet the scope indicator in stellarium moves to the selected object not the horizon, then the mount starts to track (even though it has not yet slewed). Or, rarely, when trying to slew the scope in stellarium, the mount physically moves (seemingly to the object) and starts tracking, the scope indicator moves to the selected object -- appearing to work normally. But then, when trying to slew the scope a second time to a different object, it fails again as described in the main failure mode above. I have tried opening stellarium as administrator but I still get one of the three outcomes when trying to slew. Does anyone have any insight on this ?
  13. The Stellarium team are delighted to announce the release of Stellarium 0.21.1. The major changes of this version: - Updated designations of stars and handling of list of designations and common names those stars - Updated Almagest and al-Sufi skycultures - Many changes in plugins - Many fixes in core and plugins for support HiDPI devices - Enhancements in visualization of markings and in scripting engine There have also been a large number of bug fixes and closes feature requests and enhancements (see full list of changes). A huge thanks to the people who helped us a lot by reporting bugs! Enjoy!
  14. Today we released version 0.20.2 of planetarium. Thank you very much to community for bug reports, feature requests and contributions! This is the anniversary version of Stellarium - the project is 20 years old now. Full list of changes: Added rectangular sensor crop overlay support [Oculars] (GH: #1069) Added support newly marker in Search Tool (Position and Settings tabs) [Search Tool] Added new features for scripting engine: extend the JavaScript classes corresponding to Vec3f and Vec3d [Scripting] Added options to be able to define and use custom FOV circles for Telrad [Oculars] (GH: #1057) Added VecMath tests for the new functions (GH: #1055) Added VecMath feature: Vector/QColor conversions (GH: #1055) Added feature to set current date and time as initial data when AstroCalc/Ephemeris is open [AstroCalc] Added notification for user when version of DSO catalog is mismatched Added support Trumpler Catalogue (Tr or Trumpler) [DSO Catalog, v3.10] (GH: #965) Added support Stock Catalogue (St or Stock) [DSO Catalog, v3.10] (GH: #965) Added support Ruprecht Catalogue (Ru or Ruprecht) [DSO Catalog, v3.10] (GH: #965) Added support "van den Bergh-Hagen Catalogue" (VdB-Ha) [DSO Catalog, v3.10] (GH: #965) Added support search by long name for Trumpler, Stock, Ruprecht, Collinder and Melotte catalogues [DSO Catalog, v3.10] Added new type of DSO objects: region of the sky [DSO Catalog, v3.10] (GH: #1067) Added special case for improve DSO regions visibility [DSO Catalog, v3.10] (GH: #1067) Added outlines for DSO regions [DSO Catalog, v3.10] (GH: #1067) Added marker of center of FOV on the sky [Special Markers] Added circular marker of FOV on the sky [Special Markers] Added rectangular marker of FOV on the sky [Special Markers] Added tool for adjustable thickness of the planetary trails (GH: #1087) Added tool for adjustable line thickness for ephemeris lines (GH: #1087) Added tool for adjustable thickness of the planetary orbits Added a column, showing the elevation of the object at transit times into AstroCalc/WUT tool [AstroCalc] (GH: #1089) Added new category into AstroCalc/WUT tool: regions of the sky [AstroCalc] Added new category into AstroCalc/WUT tool: pulsars (the category available if Pulsars plugin is loaded and pulsars are enabled to display) [AstroCalc] Added new category into AstroCalc/WUT tool: bright nova stars (the category available if Bright Novae plugin is loaded) [AstroCalc] Added new category into AstroCalc/WUT tool: bright supernova stars (the category available if Historical Supernovae plugin is loaded) [AstroCalc] Added new category into AstroCalc/WUT tool: exoplanetary systems (the category available if Exoplanets plugin is loaded and exoplanets are enabled to display) [AstroCalc] Added new category into AstroCalc/WUT tool: active galaxies (this category may include additional quasars if Quasars plugin is loaded and quasars are enabled to display) [AstroCalc] Added new category into AstroCalc/WUT tool: interacting galaxies [AstroCalc] Added new unit tests for DeltaT Added tool to guess the group of satellites by their names [Satellites] Added new groups of satellites [Satellites] Added method to check state of loading for the plugins Added column Elevation for AstroCalc/Phenomena tool [AstroCalc] Added default groups for some satellites from default JSON catalog [Satellites] Added missing tool for define color of regions of the sky Added regions of the sky into Lists of Search Tool [Search Tool] Added tool to export version of Stellarium through StelProperty and Remote Control plugin Added display of epoch of the TLE for artificial satellites [Satellites] (GH: #1096) Added new flag for InfoString of planets, comets and minor planets Added better arrangement of InfoString entries for planets, comets and minor planets Added highlighting for string literals between apostrophes for Script Console [Scripting] (GH: #1101, #1107) Added highlighting for regular expressions for Script Console [Scripting] (GH: #1101, #1107) Added highlighting for multiline comments for Script Console [Scripting] (GH: #1101, #1107) Added highlighting for exponential numeric format for Script Console [Scripting] (GH: #1101, #1107) Added highlighting for hexadecimal numeric literals for Script Console [Scripting] (GH: #1101, #1107) Added separate highlighting of predefined names from that of keywords for Script Console [Scripting] (GH: #1101, #1107) Added red highlighting for unknown methods of Stellarium modules for Script Console [Scripting] (GH: #1101, #1107) Added highlighting for methods of StelSkyDrawer and core for Script Console [Scripting] (GH: #1101, #1107) Added penumbral and umbral magnitudes during lunar eclipse (GH: #1113) Added comments for scripters [Scripting] Added radar cross-section (RCS) data for satellites [Satellites] Added calculate approximaged visual magnitude for satellites from their RCS value [Satellites] Added special case for set RCS value for Starlink satellites [Satellites] Added option to allow drawing of landscape polygon only, if a polygon is defined [Landscapes] Added option to allow a polygon to be drawn in the foreground (out of regular call sequence) [Landscapes] Added option to allow landscape polygon overdrawn onto the 3D scenery [Scenery3D] Added computation an approximated angular size of satellites (the linear size is obtained from RCS value and we use spherical shape for satellites) [Satellites] Added special case for computation an approximated angular size of ISS (we are defined linear size of ISS by "hands") [Satellites] Added tool to display a focuser overlay in the sensor view [Oculars] (GH: #1110) Added checking conflicts for keyboard shortcuts with informing user if conflicts are exist (GH: #1025) Added tool to rescale oversize textures on-the-fly (GH: #1121) Added show a fuchsia-colored replacement texture for wrong filename (GH: #1121) Added NORAD numbers in addition to name of artificial satellite in Satellites Import Dialog for available for search [Satellites] Added function to compute distance between locations, on a flattened planet, in km Added geographic coordinates of center line for total and annular solar eclipse (GH: #1116) Fixed GUI and minor redesign of remaining icons [GUI] (GH: #752, #951) Fixed security issue for jquery (CVE-2020-11022; GH: #1073) Fixed magnitudes for planetary nebulae [DSO Catalog, v3.10] (GH: #913) Fixed data for "Part of a Galaxy" objects [DSO Catalog, v3.10] (GH: #996) Fixed work for clipboard in Script Console tool: avoid effects caused by QTextEdit after copy-paste from HTML pages. [Scripting] (GH: #1070) Fixed telescope syncing for INDI [Telescope Control] (GH: #1065) Fixed "Uninitialized members" issue in Script Console [Scripting] Fixed VecMath features: moved vector/string conversion previously in StelUtils to the VecMath classes (GH: #1055) Fixed VecMath feature: moved un-inlineable definitions to separate cpp file (GH: #1055) Fixed proper motion output (GH: #1006, #1041) Fixed time delay with planet movement information (GH: #1006, #1103) Fixed cross-id data for open clusters [DSO Catalog, v3.10] Fixed designations for van den Bergh catalogues [DSO Catalog, v3.10] (GH: #965) Fixed descriptions for van den Bergh catalogues [DSO Catalog, v3.10] (GH: #965) Fixed crash in scripting method core.setObserverLocation() when planet is not defined or not exist [Scripting] Fixed core.setObserverLocation() behaviour: avoid duplicating a country if script programmer provides one [Scripting] (GH: #1076) Fixed object type info for meteor showers [Meteor Showers] Fixed crash when lens are deleted in Oculars plugin [Oculars] (GH: #1078) Fixed (a temporary fix) crash Stellarium when autoconnect is enabled for ASCOM device, but device is not attached [Telescope Control] (GH: #928) Fixed wrong approximated visual magnitude of satellites [Satellites] Fixed guessing groups of satellites [Satellites] Fixed possible cache problem for magnitudes Fixed casting warnings Fixed topocentric/geocentric corrections for ArchaeoLines plugin [ArchaeoLines] Fixed crash AstroCalc/WUT tool when required plugin is not loaded [AstroCalc] Fixed docs and tooltips Fixed visibility of deep-sky regions of the sky Fixed work of regions of the sky in AstroCalc/Positions tool [AstroCalc] Fixed missing object in Bennett's list of deep-sky objects (switched to synonym of missed object) [Search Tool] Fixed missing object in Dunlop's list of deep-sky objects (switched to synonym of missed object) [Search Tool] Fixed visual style for dialog to define custom equation of DeltaT Fixed crossquarter declinations in ArchaeoLines plugin [ArchaeoLines] Fixed updating timezones when loading landscapes/sceneries Fixed updating location panel when off-screen Fixed a deprecation warning for InfoString of planets, comets and minor planets Fixed broken highlighting for quoted string literals for Script Console [Scripting] (GH: #1101, #1107) Fixed broken highlighting for line comment for Script Console [Scripting] (GH: #1101, #1107) Fixed indentation problems in the code Fixed crash when removing already removed selection of constellations (GH: #1104) Fixed jumping of the Moon Fixed visibility for telescope selector when image sensor frame enabled after binocular [Oculars] (GH: #1108) Fixed saving thickness of the planetary trails and orbits Fixed context data for unit measure in Satellites plugin [Satellites] Fixed a stupid bug in ArchaeoLines [ArchaeoLines] Fixed sign of one element in the matrix sequence for nutation Fixed Scripting Engine bug: a script isn't terminated properly via the stop script button [Scripting] (GH: #1118) Fixed crash when texture isn't found (GH: #1121) Fixed the maximum size of CCD: increased limit of sensor size to 100000 pixels [Oculars] (GH: #1123) Fixed visual artifacts on the sky (GH: #475, #1126) Fixed bug in Vec3d constructor for scripting engine [Scripting] Fixed shader bug visible during Total Solar Eclipses only Updated default settings for InnoSetup Script (.iss) file Updated Stellarium User Guide Updated morphological classification of open clusters [DSO Catalog, v3.10] Updated subsystem to obtain the standard magnitudes of artificial satellites [Satellites] Updated method for load standard magnitudes and RCS data for satellites [Satellites] Updated size of window resize border to reduce difficulties to their resize (GH: #937, #1099) Updated InfoString block for artificial satellites [Satellites] Updated minimum height of artificial satellite to check the valid orbit [Satellites] Updated default source of Starlink TLE's [Satellites] Changed behaviour of GUI in Satellites tab in Satellites plugin [Satellites] Changed AstroCalc/WUT tool behaviour: radiogalaxies, active galaxies, quasars, blazars and BL Lac objects was moved from 'Galaxies' category into 'Active galaxies' category [AstroCalc] Changed behaviour of AstroCalc/WUT tool: let's use visual magnitude for all objects without extinction data [AstroCalc] Changed "Arguments" to "arguments" for highlighter in Script Console [Scripting] (GH: #1101, #1107) Removed obsolete scripting methods from StarMgr class [Scripting] Removed duplicate code for InfoString of planets, comets and minor planets Removed "Global" from highlighter in Script Console [Scripting] (GH: #1101, #1107) Removed unused variables Binary packages you may download at https://stellarium.org website
  15. I've put together a 'rough and ready' background of the Lucksall campsite for use in Stellarium. If you wish to use it please download the attached .zip file and then extract its contents into a separate folder within your Stellarium backgrounds folder. You should then be good to go. The compass points in the .ini file may be a little bit out, but if they are I'm sure some nice person will correct and post them :grin: . lucksall.zip I know this is a bit late as we've only two nights left, but the Wifi has been difficult to get. Hope this helps, Alan
  16. Hello all Can I ask what is the current thinking and methods on the following things. There seems to be some really old YouTube videos of how to control your mount and control your camera but I would like to hear what is the latest wisdom on the following: Eq6 Mount Control? Stellarium? Eqmod? Handset? Bluetooth? Canon camera exposure control. Aptool? Intervalometer? Laptop? iOS app??? Is that even possibile? I have a Eq6 pro but I would love to know what the most current way of doing these things are. It's mainly for imaging. Bring me me up to date please! Thanks Gerry
  17. Hi Folks, I've just installed Stellarium on my laptop and although it runs ok the graphics quality is low because I need to get OpenGL 2.1 running on my Nvidia GEforce 9200m GS graphics card. I realise this may not be the best forum (or even the best site!) to ask this on, but can anyone tell me how I install OpenGL 2.1? If not directly, anyone know of any hardware forums I can ask on? Cheers, Neil.
  18. My work laptop needed to get moved from XP to Win 7 32 bit. I've tried installing Stellarium but it comes up with a driver issue "Your platform does not support minimal required OpenGL 1.2. Please upgrade drivers for graphics card". Stellarium worked on this laptop before so I know that there isn't an issue with the hardware. The IT guys also say that it has the latest graphics drivers installed. Anyway, has anyone seen this message before and where is the best hassel-free site to download this from. I triied an older version of Stellarium but I just got the same message. The laptop is a Sony Vaio, which the IT guys don't like. It has 32bit Win 7 installed. Thanks in advance Dave
  19. could not manage to make stellarium work on my celestron nexstar 6 se.. Between downloads Drivers com ports and whatever else i couldnt manage maybe I could trouble someone that can make it all sound like english
  20. Hello. Just found out that Stellarium is finally available for android devices, although it's not free. Has anyone tried it yet and if so, what are your opinions?
  21. Hi All Has anyone had Stellarium move the mount reticle between the point the mount is actually pointing at to 0h00m00s - 0deg 0' 0" then after a random period of time move it back and forth and back and forth...? I'm using a Sky-Watcher EQ6-R PRO directly connected to Windows 10 using a standard USB B cable. Then I have SynScan App Pro running connected to the mount on COM8. This works great and I can control all aspects of the mount without need for the handset. Then I've also got the ASCOM Telescope driver for SynScan App v1.3.0.0 installed. I can use the ASCOM Device Hub to connect to the ASCOM.SynScanMobile.Telescope driver and also control the mount from that. When I then move over to Stellarium, it connects to the same ASCOM driver but then exhibits this strange movement behaviour and it does it whether the mount is tracking or not. I'm using the latest Stellarium v0.21.1, ASCOM Platform 6.5 SP1 and the driver as specified above. Windows 10 is 100% up to date. I've attached a short video clip of Stellarium. Initially I'm pointing at Polaris and it moves the reticule to 0/0 then back again. Then I slew and the reticule catches up to where I've moved the mount to but then again flicks back to 0/0. I'm am new to this mount and setup so it's possible I've not set the mount up correctly. Note that I've only had it a couple of days and it's not yet made it outside so the "pointing at" part is "virtual" having set the mount to the home position only. It seems to be saying the correct RA/DEC in the SynScan App though from what I can tell. Any ideas would be most welcomed. Thanks Andy Stellarium 0.21.1 2021-07-31 15-14-39_Trim.mp4
  22. Stellarium 0.18.0 has been released today! The major changes of this version: - Added support Hierarchical Progressive Surveys [HiPS] (Hello visualization of multiwavelength universe in the Stellarium) - Updated and extended AstroCalc tool - Added support a Hickson Compact Group collection - Updated code and data A huge thanks to the people who helped us a lot by reporting bugs! Full list of changes: - Added support Hierarchical Progressive Surveys [HiPS] (Hello visualization of multiwavelength universe in the Stellarium) - Added patches for TeXLive - Added Chinese (Simplified) and Chinese (Traditional) translations for InnoSetup - Added Dnoces star name - Added check relative paths for AppImage (or something similar) packages - Added hook for creating an AppImage application - Added optional building 3rd-party INDILib when Telescope Control plugin is disabled - Added manual commands for NSEW movements in Telescope Control plugin [INDI-only] - Added computation of solar eclipse magnitude and solar eclipse obscuration on Earth (special case) - Added option to allow adding some sky background color (GH: #71) - Added Moon age computation (GH: #73) - Added "Western (O.Hlad)" sky culture - Added support common names of pulsars - Added some DSO images - Added calculation of synodic period - Added AstroCalc/Monthly Elevation tool - Added optional Sun, Moon, Astronomical Twilight and Nautical Twilight lines for AstroCalc/AltVsTime tool - Added Battlesteads Observatory into locations list - Added a special case of computations (lunar eclipse) into AstroCalc/Phenomena tool - Added two new signals to manage wide dates changes with various steps - by months and years - Added new option to the AstroCalc/AltVsTime and AstroCalc/ME tools - Added support a Hickson Compact Group collection - Added tools for select color of planetary labels and trails - Added option to suppress drawing large halo around bright stars. (GH: #105) - Added Tesla Roadster orbital elements - Added config options for font size of cardinal points - Added visualization of civil twilight line in AstroCalc/AltVsTime tool - Added 'Artificial objects' into Search/Lists tool - Added feature to store and retrieve selected HiPS - Added bottom bar GUI button for HiPS display - Fixed spheric mirror effect inputs with retina display - Fixed visualization issue for ephemeris markers due refraction (GH: #51) - Fixed building Stellarium on *BSD systems (GH: #52) - Fixed texture name - Fixed behaviour of DateTimeDialog (LP: #1409935) - Fixed behaviour of Compass Marks plugin - Fixed issue for creating a multiple Screenshot directories (GH: #60) - Fixed cmake for OSX - Fixed data race condition by mutex in Telescope Control plugin - Fixed few C99 warnings - Fixed rules for MSVC linker - Fixed Phoebe's absolute magnitude - Fixed some DSO positions (data is obtained from NED database) (GH: #64) - Fixed FSF address - Fixed missed license info for the new code - Fixed version of DSO catalog - Fixed inconsistency of calculations in AstroCalc/AltVsTime tool - Fixed crash due missing file MSVCR120.dll (GH: #101) - Fixed backward orbiting of Uranus moons (GH: #107) - Fixed search Hydra constellation (show IAU numbers for moons) (LP: #1752784) - Fixed crash when opening Configuration window (beta 0.90.0.15828) (GH: #111) - Fixed crash when landscape invalid - Fixed translation action in HipsMgr - Fixed name of action for TOAST DSS - Fixed very jerky (unusable) trackpad navigation on OS X (LP: #1705832) - Updated Russian and German translations for InnoSetup - Updated list of cardinals names - Updated target rules for OSX - Updated AppStream info - Updated default catalog of pulsars - Updated Indian Vedic skyculture - Updated list of nomenclature on the Titan - Updated zlib to version 1.2.11 - Updated toggling of atmosphere, Milky Way and Zodiacal Light - Updated Telescope Control plugin - Updated AstroCalc/AltVsTime tool - Updated focus rules for Search Tool - Updated stellarium.appdata.xml file - Updated behaviour of AstroCalc/ME and AstroCalc/PC tools - Updated the behaviour of Satellites plugin: the plugin will be disabled when date is changed for a month or year to avoiding stupid computation - Updated select priority rules for DSO - Updated help info in the plugins - Updated info in Help window - Updated metainfo - Updated textures for Solar system bodies - Removed outdated data
  23. Hi folks, Just downloaded Stellarium ver 0.18.1 and tried the "Surveys" under "Sky and Viewing Options" : Problem is nothing happens when I tick any randomly chosen option. Can someone please advice ? Ragnar
  24. Yesterday has been released weekly binary packages for Stellarium series 0.15 with some interesting features. Stellarium 0.14.71.0: Can support JPL DE430 or/and JPL DE431 ephemerides; Planetariums remembers positions of dialogs at the moment; Exoplanets plugin can display the proper names and has a scientific tool Stellarium 0.14.71.1: All features for version 0.14.71.0 + it can display DSS layer (photorealistic sky) Can anyone test those packages?
  25. Hi guys, With new mount and upgraded scope features, now looking to venture into imaging. Before I start, I'm not looking to get feedback on polar alignment, mono guidecam, better imaging cameras, etc; this is more a 'dummies guide' setup discussion! I'm not expecting to get great images at this stage, just more the options available, getting over some issues, so that I can jump outside on a clear night with an ideal, foolproof(!), setup for either imaging or visual as time would permit and what may work best for me. As you may guess from the topic name, I'm a mac user (Macbook Pro) and would rather keep to this if possible (whilst I do have Windows (and Ubuntu) via parallels, I'd rather not use these). I've got a setup which has worked well for visual, and obviously want to have a couple of 'staple' setups that I can use depending on expectations of night observing or imaging. So far, the best one for me has been the Skywatcher Wifi Synscan controller, which has worked a treat with my Android phone - I use the Synscan app to complete alignment and GOTO stars/planets/DSO etc, or Stellarium_plus after completing alignment. This removes the need for the Synscan Handset and any USB cables to the mount altogether. But I don't know if this will work for guiding. That then brings me to my issue on mac - connecting USB(A) between Macbook and Handset, I've attempted to control the mount through Stellarium. Trying each of the available connections (/dev/tty.usbsetial-1420, /dev/cu.usbsetial-1420, and just for sake of it, the /dev/tty.Bluetooth-Incoming-Port and /dev/cu.Bluetooth-Incoming-Port) in the dropdown menu under DeviceSettings/SerialPort, I cannot get the mount to connect (well, more like selecting the telescope and clicking the "Start" on the TelescopeControl just results in the spinning icon and I have to Force-Quit Stellarium and start again with the same result each time. Annoyingly (for fellow mac users!), Parallels/Windows/Stellarium connects and controls the mount fine! As the mount is the newer "pro" type, I also have a USB connection directly under the hand-controller RJ45 and AutoGuider ST4 sockets, but using this still results in the same issue. Another issue I have seen is that when I unplug the USB from the computer when connected to the handset, the date on the controller jumps significantly - for example, last night at ~23:30, I was transported through the local wormhole galaxy to Jan 2048 according to Synscan! Obviously unplugging isn't going to happen during a genuine session, but just wondering if this is a possible issue somewhere?! Any other mac users connecting USB directly to the SW 'Pro' mounts? Software wise, would folks generally suggest steering away from Stellarium towards KStars or SkySafari(Plus) for controlling the mount? Can the Wifi dongle be used for controlling mount from computer (any OS) or do I need to go USB either to handset or directly to mount? Is there an issue in using Mac USB to the telescope compared to 'straight' Windows (i.e. PC/laptop with Windows instead of virtual)? Anyway, back to topic... I've a Nikon DSLR to use for primary camera at this stage, which would be triggered independently from guiding software. PHD2 is my hopeful choice of guiding software (is EKOS with KStars similar?), with T7C guide-camera on 240mm f/4 guidescope, and at this stage, I can confirm PHD2 at least connects to the camera on OS-X. There is an ST4 port on the camera, but having read several topics, I think I want to pulse-guide directly - is this correct or is ST4 best for this setup? This sorta comes back to software and connections - my understanding is one of the following cable setups for guiding (as a minimum) : Guiding-camera => USB(A) => Macbook => PHD2 => USB(A) => SynscanHandset => AZEQ6 Guiding-camera => USB(A) => Macbook => PHD2 => USB(A) => AZEQ6 Guiding-camera => USB(A) => Macbook => PHD2 => Wifi => SynscaWifi Adapter on AZEQ6 [using ST4: ST4_on_AZEQ6 => Guiding-camera => USB(A) => Macbook => PHD2] (no additional connections needed if ST4 is used) Additionally, I'd like to use an observatory package, say Stellarium/KStars/SkySafari, to select objects and drive the mount, then use guiding software to keep good 'tracking'. Where in this train does EQMac fit in, or when is it used? What about the 2019 addition to EQMod (ASCOM Alpaca)? Can this be used or is it already in other packages?! For Windows users, how does EQMod fit in (if I go down route of getting Windows laptop for controlling things, is the setup similar to above? There may be bits in the above that repeat, and for that, I'm sorry, just want to get across the message that I'm new to the guiding but haven't quite settled down into the software/hardware I'm expecting to use for 'goto' and 'guiding' TLDR: For a mac user, what setup and software are folks using for guiding and observatory softwares for the newer USB-on-mount 'AZEQ6/EQ6-R Pro' mounts from SW?
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