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  1. 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?
  2. Hi, I'm deperately looking for a telescopes.json file created by the Stellarium TelescopeControl plugin (and maybe a points.json as well ... don't know what that is for, though). The file(s) is/are normally located in $HOME/.stellarium/modules/TelescopeControl/ (Linux, I think it's a similar directory in Windows or MacOS). The files could be created in Windows and then copied to my Linux folder, but I don't have a native Windows machine and issues with the emulated one as well. Background: Stellarium won't let me add my telescope, as the configuration dialog won't disappear when pressing the OK button (see here for details: https://sourceforge.net/p/stellarium/discussion/278769/thread/fae0bc91/). According to the mentioned forum post this situation can be resolved by copying the telescopes.json (and maybe points.json) into the telescope plugin folder. I've searched the internet over and over, but cannot find copies of that files. Would be great if someone could share them with me. I'm aware that I will have to edit the files to fit my setup, but without knowing what the fies look like, I don't know where to start. Also, if anyone has had the same issue with the "Add telescope" dialog not closing in Stellarium, please share your solution, if different from what I'm aiming for. Thanks in advance, Peter
  3. Today we published a fresh weekly snapshot of Stellarium (v0.20.2.18140): https://github.com/Stellarium/stellarium-data/releases/tag/beta And we need some feedback from users. At the moment we need to know your opinion about changes in 2 plugins - Satellites and Oculars. Of course we'll accept your opinion about changes in other parts of the planetarium too, but those 2 plugins in our focus. Thanks for your attention and testing.
  4. I'm trying to set up Stellarium with my cameras (Canon EOS 1300D and a Canon EOS 2000D) and my telescope (Celestron NexStar 127SLT). I think I've found the correct values for everything like focal length and sensor size etc... but the FoV in Stellarium it is different to what I actually see. I've attached screenshots of the settings, as well as the predicted image and an image I captured using the EOS 1300D and the Celestron NexStar 127SLT (it's not very good, I know). Any help would be much appreciated. (And I apologise if I've posted this in the wrong place - I'm new)
  5. I've always used the web version, but since I got the telescope I decided to install the full desktop version. I managed to save my setup and eyepieces etc. Things that I unable to save and not sure whether I should be able to: - start in Windowed mode - fixed both settings and viewing bars bottom left corner - Object information - I set my 'Customised' options, but after relaunching the app they are lost_ - basic stuff like date format, start-up time (default to 10pm) - I think I can say that NONE of the Configuration [F2] settings save - Sky and viewing options window [F4] - NONE of the options changed here save between sessions The only thing that saves is .. my location. Am I missing a plugin, some sort of trick to save those, should I reinstall or does Stellarium simply not save these F2 and F4 settings between sessions?
  6. Hi SGL, is there any plugin or setting that can (more) accurately depict views through an eyepiece? I'm aware of the oculars, but what I'm after is the shimmer of the planets, dimming of DSOs when using smaller scopes, planetary detail dependent on telescope size etc. Thanks
  7. 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.
  8. 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
  9. Today we released version 0.20.1 of planetarium. Thank you very much to community for bug reports, feature requests and contributions! Full list of changes: - Added new language - Luxembourgish (lb) - Added proper properties for Angle Measure plugin - Added configurable colors for Angle Measure plugin - Added GUI adaptations for Angle Measure plugin - Added evaluates scripts in individual context (Scripting Engine) - Added new planetary nomenclature - Added use properties in Satellites plugin - Added overloaded Labeling functions with colors specified as Vec3f (Scripting Engine) - Added display proper file paths and line numbers on script errors (Scripting Engine) - Added test for low precision hms time conversion function (GH: #1043) - Added spiky stars option - Added checkbox to the option settings in Script Console to clear the output text before a script is run - Added implementation of telescope syncing in INDI client (GH: #1048) - Added dirty flag, set by signal from QTextEdit (Script Console) - Added code to set TAB stop width at 4 characters (Script Console) - Added code to avoid losing names after Cancel in some QFileDialog (Script Console) - Added implementation of FSM to tranfer properly between dirty/filename states on load, save, clear, edit, expand actions (Script Console) - Added special case Catalogs/Other in GUI for objects without identifier (DSO Catalog v3.9) - Added Oculus plugin (disabled by default; GH: #1056) - Fixed ANGLE support for Windows package (GH: #1035, #1034) - Fixed keyboard navigation in Oculars plugin (GH: #1036) - Fixed Russian translation for Windows installer - Fixed data blunder: severely wrong slope for upcoming comet (GH: #1033) - Fixed flipping galactic/Supergalactic labels on Southern hemisphere (GH: #1028) - Fixed translations 'Set FOV to XXX degrees' when language is changed - Fixed possible segfault in SolarSystem class - Fixed building Stellarium without scripting - Fixed (restored) fading switch effect in Satellites plugin - Fixed (inverted) realistic/iconic mode labeling in Satellites plugin - Fixed (renamed) properties to better follow conventions in Satellites plugin - Fixed visualization mode in Satellites plugin - Fixed time conversion for low precision form (GH: #1042) - Fixed jerking an animation of movement of Solar system bodies (GH: #1041) - Fixed name for SH2-308 (DSO Catalog v3.9) - Fixed filter properly objects by catalogs (DSO Catalog v3.9; GH: #1052) - Fixed few wrong objects in DSO catalog (DSO Catalog v3.9) - Fixed WUI of Remote Control plugin - Updated fix for ghost comet in ortographic projection issue (GH: #389) - Updated list of contributors - Updated code: simplified RegExp results handling - Changed Vec3f& to Vec3f asreturn type for functions called from scripts in some classes (Scripting Engine) - Re-implement getDecAngle, fixing some inconsistencies (GH: #1051) - Removed Abell planetary nebulae catalog (DSO Catalog v3.9) Binary packages you may download at https://stellarium.org website
  10. Hi, having recently bought a mobile (cell) phone tripod adaptor, I thought I would have a go at setting up my custom landscape view in Stellarium. I have watched all the videos on YouTube and read all the threads on here and I think I've done everything correctly, but the custom landscape doesn't appear in the list. I have tried this on my laptop (running Vista SP2) and my (very old) PC (running XP SP2). Neither of these work! I have included a screen shot of what I've done. I have obviously forgotten or missed something really basic, but for the life of me I can't see what. Any help/advice would be much appreciated. Thank you & a Ho, Ho, Ho!
  11. Hi, I'm totally New to this hobby and i'm having trouble understanding something in stellarium. I have ordered (not recieved) a Sky-Watcher Explorer 150PDS, which has a 25mm eyepiece 50degrees FOV as a default. I also have a Nikon D810. I wanted to get an idea of what my field of view would be with the 25mm eyepiece (30x on 750mm focal length), and also what it would be With my Nikon D810 mounted shooting prime Focus - no eyepieces. What surprised me was that it wasnt much difference between the frame and size of the object i get with 30x magnification (25mm eyepiece), and what i get with the Nikon D810 mounted. I dont get this. What magnification do i get With my DSLR mounted with no eyepiece?
  12. Yesterday we published first release candidate to version 0.19.0. Please help us test it and report us about finded problems (in this topic or in our bug tracker). Full list of changes between version 0.18.3 and version 0.19.0RC1 (v0.18.3.16781): - Added new type of computation for AstroCalc/Phenomena tool - Added GUI options to change constellations and asterisms font size (GH: #576) - Added new source to star names and added new additional name to kappa Scorpii - Added tool to detect Intel C/C++ compiler in our Logger - Added new method into ConstellationMgr class - getConstellationsEnglishNames() to get English names of all constellations in the selected sky culture [Scripting Engine] - Added new one script 'Constellations Tour' to organize the tour around constellations of the loaded sky culture [Scripting Engine] - Added constellation boundaries for Chinese Skyculture (GH: #584) - Added more values to correctly detect MSVC version - Added few scriptable methods into HighlightMgr class to manage highlight points - Added translation support for strings within scripts - Added Chinese medieval sky culture (GH: #604) - Added Alipurduar town (West Bengal; India) to the default locations list (GH: #606) - Added extra check-point for data directory in the StelFileMgr class - Added DSO textures - Added sensor crop overlay to Ocular plugin (GH: #612) - Added tool for allow filetype selection for Screenshots (GH: #623) - Added core.getPlatformName() and core.isMediaPlaybackSupported() methods into scripting engine - Added scripting function isModuleLoaded() - Added graph "Transit altitude vs Time" into AstroCalc/Graphs tool - Added small simplification to scripting through adding master switch by types for grids, lines and points on the sky [Scripting Engine] - Added showing labels for named highlights (GH: #638) - Added allow setting location of User Data Dir via environment variable. - Added scripting graphics tool [Scripting Engine] (GH: #640) - Added LMC and SMC as addition names for Magellanic Clouds - Added classifications support for sky cultures - Added support 2 southern deep sky catalogues (NGC subset; esp. for southern observers) - Added armintxe, paleolithic sky culture and landscape (GH: #628) - Added demo script for martian analemma [Scripting Engine] - Added support sols for setDate() method [Scripting Engine] - Added code, who indicate to hybrid graphics systems to prefer the discrete part by default (GH: #649) - Added support for constellation boundaries thickness (GH: #653) - Added Maya constellations (GH: #635) - Added normal maps for planets, moons and minor planets - Fixed Ependes Observatory location (GH: #581) - Fixed scaling the distance in AstroCalc - Fixed naming the stars in AstroCalc tool when non-western skyculture is enabled (GH: #577) - Fixed sorting of column Distance in Astronomical Calculations' Ephemeris tab (GH: #579) - Fixed wrong calculation the FOV of CCD in Oculars plugin - Fixed compile Stellarium without media features - Fixed behaviour of script (The old script 'Constellations Tour' was renamed to the 'Western Constellations Tour' and updated) [Scripting Engine] - Fixed documents for core.clear() method [Scripting Engine] - Fixed unit tests failure on Windows and some linuxes (GH: #586, #587, #588) - Fixed the user interface problems for lenses in Oculars plug-in (GH: #580) - Fixed copyright years in CREDITS.md file - Fixed checker in the StelFileMgr class (GH: #589) - Fixed macOS User Data Directory in documentation (GH: #593) - Fixed bug report address for .desktop translations - Fixed a typo in Scenery3D plugin (GH: #600) - Fixed selecting LMST, LTST and system_default timezone names - Fixed math error in StelHips (GH: #599) - Fixed a potential memory leak in libtess (GH: #598) - Fixed error for ephemeris calculations time window (GH: #605) - Fixed description data for textures.json - Fixed missed translatable strings in StelSkyCultureMgr class - Fixed CWE-404 issues - Fixed crash when script tried delete already deleted labels (GH: #625) - Fixed zooming behaviour - Fixed time zone issue in AstroCalc/WUT tool - Changed default constellations font size - Changed HiPS behaviour: don't show tile if it is hidden by children - Changed behaviour of version checker: introduced the additional check for latest version - Changed behaviour of the BottomStelBar::updateText() method (GH: #596) - Updated Reingold and Dershowitz algorithm of DeltaT (New algorithm was taken from the Calendrical Calculations: The Ultimate Edition book) - Updated cmake rules for ICC/ICPC support (Intel C/C++ compilers) - Updated GUI in Oculars plugin - Updated Stellarium User Guide - Updated technical documentation - Updated Amalthea texture - Updated scripts (added i18n support) - Updated scripting API: added format specification for screenshots. (GH: #623) - Updated the code (thanks for PVS-Studio to the finding an issues) - Updated DSO textures - Updated textures of LMC (GH: #632) - Updated nomenclature - Updated jquery and jquery-ui in Remote Control plugin (GH: #620, #621) - Updated scripting engine: MilkyWay saturation scriptable now - Updated scripting engine: expanding the core.clear() method - Updated Satellites plugin: harmonized function name, added a property [Scripting Engine]. - Updated KoreanCM.isl file - typofixes (GH: #639) - Updated RemoteSync plugin: suppress unsuitable properties (GH: #642) - Updated AstroCalc/WUT tool: optimizations - Updated AstroCalc/Positions tool: optimizations - Updated AstroCalc/Phenomena tool: optimizations - Updated contact info for plugins - Removed a long time abandoned incomplete LogBook plugin - Remove old deprecated methods in scripting engine - Remove languages without translators and with translations lesser than 1% Binary packages: https://github.com/Stellarium/stellarium-data/releases/tag/beta Let's try make Stellarium better by together.
  13. Stellarium 0.18.3 has been released today! Full list of changes: - Added names of potential interesting asteroids according to Wikipedia - Added change saturation of Milky Way when eyepiece simulation is enabled - Added precisions to saturation shader (GH: #261) - Added Northern Andes skyculture (GH: #267) - Added Western (Sky & Telescope) skyculture (GH: #562) - Added tool for checking updates of planetarium - Added the support of kinetic scrolling for lists and long texts for all operating systems (disabled by default) - Added support angular size filter for AstroCalc/WUT tool (if applicable) - Added satellite color & description handling (GH: #350, #380) - Added new graph into AstroCalc/Graphs tool - Added airmass info to infostring and infomap (GH: #157) - Added workaround for a spherical mirror mode bug (GH: #252) - Added angular separation filter for double stars in AstroCalc/WUT tool - Added highlights support (see Bookmarks tool; GH: #272) - Added Chinese translation for landscape description (GH: #493) - Added tooltip for 'Prism/CCD distance (mm)' option - Added a SphericalCap to close off Spherical Landscapes - Added Chinese translation for skycultures (GH: #503) - Added tool for reaload the DSO background images (shortcut: Ctrl+I) - Added tool for reloading the current sky culture (shortcut: Ctrl+Alt+I) - Added pack of DSO textures - Added timezone loading for landscapes - Added Nereid texture - Added new method core.selectConstellationByName() to avoid possible wrong selection when few objects has same name (enforcement selection of constellation; GH: #490) - Added alphabetical sorting the list of surveys (GH: #506) - Added Chinese Contemporary Skyculture (GH: #508) - Added 2 new tweakable buttons for asterisms - Added 4 new tweakable buttons for GUI - Added Interstellar Object type and elements of 1I/Oumuamua - Added new nomenclature for Mercury - Added Chinese translation for skycultures (GH: #540) - Added display of the antisolar point (GH: #536) - Added a good default list of instruments into Oculars plugin (GH: #409) - Added kinetic scrolling to switch on the fly (GH: #519) - Added option to select font and size (GH: #424) - Added workaround for grouped onscreen Information of selected object issue (GH: #523) - Added a tour of the Solar System planets - Added phase angle info for the artificial satellites - Added new MIME type for Stellarium scripts (for UNIX/Linux systems) - Added wrapper for Stellarium's website - Added support XLSX files (GH: #555) - Added visual style for headers of columns in XLSX files - Added option to sort results in AstroCalc/WUT tool (GH: #521, #560) - Added visual style for headers of columns in XLSX files - Added support double clicks on the sky (selecting + centering objects) - Added scripting function to allow targetting Galactic coordinates - Fixed small issue with untranslatable items of drop-down list of HiPS surveys - Fixed saving telescope settings on Mac OS X (GH: #254) - Fixed the terms in columns in AstroCalc/Phenomena tool - Fixed switching of locale for dates on graphs in AstroCalc tool when language is changed - Fixed bug when downloading extra stars catalogues (GH: #260) - Fixed saving value of option "Scale image circle" in Oculars plugin (GH: #264) - Fixed resetting results when clear button is pressed in Satellites plugin (GH: #265) - Fixed annoying warning in Search Tool - Fixed missing config option for rise, set and transit times in GUI - Fixed possible crash in AstroCalc/PC tool - Fixed adding unnamed stars into bookmarks - Fixed fragment shader for planets - Fixed uninitialized vars in HelpDialog (Coverity issue) - Fixed documentation for for StelObject::getInfoMap() - Fixed spheric mirror support on retina displays (GH: #390) - Fixed link to the Stellarium User Guide - Fixed link to Hawaiian Star Compass Landscape in Hawaiian Starlines (GH: #384) - Fixed the performance for AstroCalc tool (GH: #379) - Fixed lunar eclipse visualization (GH: #274) - Fixed bookmarking for the unnamed stars - Fixed Chinese sky culture (GH: #489) - Fixed a bug for Chinese skyulture. (GH: #504) - Fixed storing the view direction/FoV separately from other settings (GH: #309) - Fixed typo in stellarium.desktop (GH: #507) - Fixed typo in property setting (Cardinal direction color) - Fixed storing of mount mode (conflict in Oculars plugin; GH: #505) - Fixed the orientation of M58 texture (GH: #514) - Fixed PNG warnings - Fixed bad airmass infostring (GH: #525). - Fixed button state - Fixed the text overlap issue in Observability plugin (GH: #517) - Fixed the placement issue of the cross in Pointer Coordinates (GH: #516) - Fixed border handling for a DeltaT formula - Fixed build with --as-needed (GH: #545) - Fixed updating Satellites at startup (GH: #542) - Fixed separation value for AstroCalc/Phenomena tool for oppositions - Fixed opening XLSX files in the modern Microsoft Office - Fixed black screen shot in night mode (GH: #534) - Fixed TeX style for scripts (GH: #570) - Updated GUI of AstroCalc tool (AstroCalc/AltVsTime, AstroCalc/ME and AstroCalc/Graphs tools has been merged into AstroCalc/Graphs) - Updated GUI of AstroCalc tool (visual style has been updated) - Updated GUI behaviour: let's hide angular limits for AstroCalc/WUT when the limits are not applicable - Updated GUI behaviour: split GUI font size from screen font size - Updated GUI behaviour: move color buttons to the left of labels - Updated visual style of diagram in Exoplanets plugin - Updated code of Satellites plugin - Updated names of DSO - Updated textures of DSO - Updated textures of moons - Updated nomenclature - Updated documents - Updated Oculars plugin: immediate update of display when changing instrument details in GUI. - Updated Oculars plugin: separate font scaling for the Oculars GUI panel. - Updated Oculars plugin: storing of current instrument (telescope/ocular/CCD/lens) indices - Updated RemoteControl plugin: change return types in JSON object info from string-only to native. - Updated getInfoString code: separate getMagnitudeInfoString to avoid code repetition. - Updated tooltips and labels for AstroCalc/WUT tool - Updated default select priority for custom objects and markers (GH: #501) - Updated behaviour: the select priority of custom objects and markers now configurable and scriptable - Updated behaviour: improved timezone handling, allows scriptable setting (GH: #497) - Updated default catalog of exoplanets - Updated default catalog of pulsars - Updated ArchaeoLines plugin (code refactoring) - Updated color setting (code refactoring) - Updated behaviour of lists in the AstroCalc/Graphs/Graphs tool (GH: #520) - Updated tool for create the exoplanets catalog - Updated script 'Constellations tour' and added small patch to avoid possible crash, when sky culture is changed (GH: #572) - Obsolete code in core has been removed - Removed outdated link (GH: #526) - Removed doubled parenting code in GUI classes Download new desktop edition you may here: https://stellarium.org
  14. Stellarium 0.18.1 has been released today! Full list of changes: - Added dithering support - Added filtering for pulsars - Added option for Telrad - Added nomenclature for Charon - Added new time steps for AstroCalc/Ephemeris tool - Added support Mandarin Chinese language - Added support of hi-res screenshots (GH: #141) - Added few small improvements for Quasars plugin - Added tooltips for color buttons in Pulsars plugin - Added option to hiding invisible satellites in markers mode (GH: #145) - Added angular size for the estimated values of coma and gas tail for comet - Added support decimal degrees for size of DSO - Added improvements for proportional size textures for large DSO (GH: #159) - Added atmospheric mixing and extinction handling to Toast Survey (GH: #158) - Added Korean translation for landscape description (GH: #170) - Added shortkeys for change light pollution (GH: #171) - Added rise, transit and set times for celestial objects (GH: #169) - Added info about duration of the solar day - Added scripting function to retrieve environment variables. - Added changeability of magnitude limit for stars through keyboard shortcuts (GH: #174) - Added Korean ISL File and Update iss.cmake (GH: #185) - Added allowing storing script output to absolute path - Added equatorial radius / diameter info for Solar system bodies - Added calculation of equatorial rotation velocity for Solar system bodies (except comets) - Added 2 more lines to ArchaeoLines plugin - Fixed load the HiPS sources through proxy - Fixed creating screenshots on retina displays - Fixed behaviour Macbook's touchpad - Fixed result of dithering color components with exactly zero tail - Fixed dithering for OpenGL ES2 - Fixed enabling various lines when Telrad is enabled (GH: #109) - Fixed error in DSO catalogs filter - Fixed bug when screenshots folder can't be changed via GUI (LP: #1764084, GH: #144) - Fixed compile with Qt5.10 (Windows/Visual Studio 2015) (GH: #139) - Fixed visibility of splash screen (GH: #142) - Fixed rendering asterisms names - Fixed editing telescope properties for Telescope Control plugin - Fixed memory leak of Bayer pattern texture in StelPainter (GH: #154) - Fixed HiPS server requests (GH: #156) - Fixed infotext brightness when planets are switched off - Fixed crash after customization of absolute/relative scales - Fixed operational status string for satellites - Fixed incorrect pair counts in constellationship.fab files (GH: #167) - Fixed color issue for formatting infostring - Fixed selection in AstroCalc/Positions tool - Fixed fullscreen toggle on Mac OS X (GH: #193) - Fixed User Agent string for HiPS - Fixed the SSO isolated trails checkbox. (GH: #199) - Fixed a rendering bug with spheric mirror distortion (LP: #1777320) - Updated behaviour of Toast: lazily creation of the grid - Updated help of Telescope Control plugin - Updated HiPS behaviour: try to use caching as much as possible - Updated user agent string for HiPS browser - Updated nomenclature list - Updated main GUI - Updated GUI of plugins - Updated Satellites plugin - Updated GPS handling - Updated list of contributors - Updated catalog of pulsars - Updated behaviour of Search Tool for craters - Updated Quasars plugin - Updated format for DSO's size - [SUG] Updated year for copyright notices - Updated Korean Star Names (GH: #173) - Updated hyperlinks for DOIs resolver (GH: #187) - Updated CMake rules for Windows/MSVC (GH: #183, #188) - Updated textures - Updated Scripting Engine: extended behaviour for includes files in scripts - Updated the code: remove some redundant calls to increase code readability. (GH: #184) - Updated the code: replaces foreach macro by C++11 range-based for. (GH: #195) - Updated the code: remove gVector, use Vec3d instead. (GH: #197) - Updated the code: C++11 auto to replace complicated hand written types. (GH: #196) - Updated the code: disable debug logging on OpenGLES mode. (GH: #201) - Updated the code: remove the null pointer check after new. (GH: #202) - Updated the code: check struct size by using static_assert. (GH: #203) - Updated the code: put dwarf galaxies and h400 tables into static array. (GH: #204) - Updated the code: call getDecYear in getDeltaTByEspenakMeeus. (GH: #205) - Updated the code: remove some new/delete pairs, just use variables on stack. (GH: #206) - Updated CMake code: enable persistent usage of C++11 standard for compiling (GH: #192) Download new desktop edition you may here: http://stellarium.org And bonus for fans: first beta release of StellariumWeb - https://stellarium-web.org/
  15. Hi, After using Stellarium on my tablet for helping me find stuff with binoculars. I was wondering on the PC version is it possible to see the FOV through a certain telescope? Have been using something similar https://astronomy.tools/ but was wondering if it’s possible in stellarium . I know there is a telescope tab but not sure how it works, I was wondering if there are any other programs like this that you recommend . Any help will be appreciated PS Sorry if I e posted this in the wrong section.
  16. Hello, I am trying to control my Heq5 pro via SynScan (ver 3.10) with Stellarium (on MS Win10, 64 bit). I got the proper cable and adapter to connect to the usb port (via an adaptor for the RS-232). In Stellarium I follow the instructions to add a telescope / configure / add new telescope but when I get at the level of the device settings (see image), the field to select the port is blank and cannot be edited. I know I am using port : Port_#0001.Hub_#0004 (from checking the device manager) on my laptop. I tried installing Ascom but I still can't find the port there neither. I tried using a different port #3 but same issue. Anyone knows a work around the issue? Thank you \\
  17. Hi SGL, I am wondering if there is a way to rotate the display in Stellarium by 90 degrees anti-clockwise. That way I can match my camera view with Stellarium (see attachment image). At the moment I have to take a print screen and rotate it in another program, which is a bit of a faff when trying to locate a dim fuzzy. I know about the flip horizontal/vertical buttons in Stellarium but no combination of them produces a 90 rotation. Maybe this is a silly question but if i rotate my camera 90 degrees clockwise, will I get matching views? I guess this depends on which way the camera flips the image after taking the shot. Many thanks, Dan.
  18. Hi All, Recently in my effort to image Pluto, I used Stellarium to locate its position and compare the star fields with my image. I finally succeeded but my effort was made more difficult by a star that was visible in Stellarium near HIP 94372, but absent in my image Pluto Image post. On checking further I concluded that the error was in the NOMAD catalog used by Stellarium. If this is indeed the case does anyone know how this error can be reported and corrected? Best
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    Pluto?

    Hi All, With some difficulty using Stellarium to compare star fields, I believe that Pluto is the spot marked in my image below. It is a single 20'' exposure taken using a Canon 700D DSLR at ISO 800 and my CPC 1100. I stretched, tweaked the curve and used the noise reduction feature in GIMP. I am hoping to take another image today to see if that spot has moved in relation to the other stars. My problem was that I had difficulty comparing the star fields in my image and that from Stellarium (screen shot below). The ocular view and the sensor frame view of Stellarium were useful but I discovered that my difficulty in matching the stars arose because the bright star next to HIP 94372 does not exist in my image. I thought of digging into star catalogues before posting but thought I may get an answer from the forum more quickly. My bet is that it may be an error in the catalogue Stellarium uses. Look forward to hearing all your thoughts.
  20. Stellarium 0.13.3 is a stable version that introduces some new features and closes 33 bug and wishlist reports. A lot of work has been done on adding few new DSO catalogs: Barnard ( , Van den Bergh (VdB), Sharpless (Sh 2), H-α emission regions in the Southern Milky Way (RCW), Lynds' Catalogue of Bright Nebulae (LBN), Lynds' Catalogue of Dark Nebulae (LDN), Collinder (Cr) and Melotte (Mel). In addition, two new plugins are available. One of them introduces an exclusive and very nice feature - 3D landscapes. A huge thanks to the people who helped us a lot by reporting bugs! We updated the configuration file and the Solar System file, so if you have an existing Stellarium installation, we strongly recommend to reset the settings after you install the new version (in the Installer). Full list of changes: - Added Scenery3D plugin: enable support 3D landscapes - Added ArchaeoLines plugin: a tool for archaeo-/ethnoastronomical alignment studies - Added new DSO catalogs: Barnard ( , Van den Bergh (VdB), Sharpless (Sh 2), H-α emission regions in the Southern Milky Way (RCW), Lynds' Catalogue of Bright Nebulae (LBN), Lynds' Catalogue of Dark Nebulae (LDN), Collinder (Cr) and Melotte (Mel) - Added tiny visual improvements for info about comets and minor planets - Added Hungarian translation for Aztec skyculture - Added Russian translation for Western: H.A. Rey skyculture - Added support of meteors for Windows/MSVC packages - Added patch for multiscreen setups - Added tui/tui_font_color option for change color of text user interface (LP: #1421998) - Added new version of GCVS - Added implementation of polinomial approximation of time period 1620-2013 for DeltaT by M. Khalid, Mariam Sultana and Faheem Zaidi (2014); http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/480964 - Added new line on the celestial sphere - opposition/conjunction longitude (LP: #1377606) - Added texture for Ceres (LP: #1271380) - Extended list of proper names for deep-sky objects - Fixed position of Great Red Spot (LP: #490019) - Fixed bug in planet shadow shasder (LP: #1405353) - Fixed flickering Moon problem (LP: #1411958) - Fixed jittering moons (LP: #1416824) - Fixed visibility objects on distance over 50 AU. (LP: #1413381) - Updated the Spherical projection to be HiDPI aware. (LP: #1385367) - Restore unit testing for refraction and extinction. Fixed issue in unit test for DeltaT and fixed small issue for DeltaT. - Fixed issue in core.setObserverLocation (to a new Planet travels always 1 second) (LP: #1414463) - Fixed issue for cursor, who points to a wrong position after orbit update (LP: #1414824) - Fixed ignore the Enter key for online search dialog within Solar System Editor plugin (LP: #1414814) - Fixed package issue for Windows XP (LP: #1414233) - Fixed crash when trying to select a satellite with invalid orbit (LP: #1307357) - Check of updates has been removed (LP: #1414451) - Fixed issues in Search Tool (LP: #1416830) - Fixed code to update ConfigurationDialog size (LP: #995107) - Behavior of JD/MJD has been refactored for Date and Time Dialog (LP: #1417619) - Avoid delaying for the telescope control slew commands over TCP (LP: #1418375) - Avoid crash when clicking 'Lookup locations on network' checkbox in Locations window (Debian: #779046) - Updated bookmarks for Solar System editor plug-in (LP: #1425626) - Allowing display the scope marker below the landscape (LP: #1426441) - Allow fading of the landscapes without atmosphere (LP: #1420741) - Allow change thickness of lines of the constellations (LP: #1028432)
  21. This is an open project "Ubuntu Astronomy" for amateurs. Free Live DVD distributive designed for astronomy amateurs. This DVD contains different astronomical programs, for example: planetariums, image processing, astro-hardware control, INDI drivers, etc. Based on Ubuntu 16.04. You can download *.iso from its page https://sourceforge.net/projects/ubuntu-astronomy-16-04/
  22. Dear Stellarium users, in last binary snapshot (v0.90.0.8774 - https://launchpad.net/stellarium/trunk/0.90.0) we introduced finally support of time zones dependent by locations. We really want test this feature - please help us. Thank you!
  23. The first correcting release for series 0.19 has been released today. Thank you very much to community for bug reports, feature requests and contributions! Full list of changes between versions 0.19.0 and 0.19.1: - Added allow to search an inactive meteor showers in Search Tool/Lists tool - Added 'Azimuth vs. Time' graph into AstroCalc/Graphs tool - Added feature to show tracks for latest several selected planets (GH: #539) - Added calculation and showing the orbital period for artificial satellites - Added revolutions per day info for artificial satellites - Added tools for jumping to the next or previous time of rising, transit or setting for selected object (GH: #484) - Added new behavoir for AstroCalc/Graphs when clicking within graph area now sets current time. - Added simplification in topocentric correction (GH: #391) - Added parallactic angle function (added it to infostring and infomap also) - Added hour angle and sidereal time to infomap - Added apply rotation when drawing Solar Corona (GH: #699) - Fixed draw corona when atmosphere is switched off - Fixed airmass in infomap - Fixed issue in script 'Mercury Triple Sunrise and Sunset' - Fixed crash of Stellarium for eyepieces with permanent crosshair - Fixed Stellarium crash when Remote Control plugin is working - Fixed computation of assume radius for minor planets. - Fixed the issue of the scrolling not working properly on Mac (GH: #393) - Fixed crash in Scripting Engine (Hide artificial satellites through StelProperties in core.clear() method to avoid crash if plugin was didn't loaded) - Fixed planetarium crash in HiPS (network manager delete problem) - Fixed position problems on the Poles (GH: #391) - Fixed scaling Telrad sign on HighDPI monitors - Fixed surface occlusion bug even with landscape turned off in scripting engine (GH: #680) - Fixed building with cmake -DBUILD_SHARED_LIBS=ON (GH: #683) - Fixed error in constellation file format (Babylonian) - Fixed Europe/Volgograd time zone settings (GH: #686) - Fixed HiPS handling of allsky download (GH: #671) - Fixed progress bar rendering (GH: #671) - Fixed positive declinations issue in AstroCalc tool when option 'Use decimal degrees' is enabled (GH: #690) - Fixed file names inconsistency - Fixed constellation line in "Japanese Moon Stations" skyculture - Fixed file name for constellation boundaries in Stellarium User Guide - Fixed the user interface problems in Oculars plug-in (GH: #580) - Fixed getting the wrong values in objects/info method for selected object for different formats (Remote Control plugin) - Fixed refresh plots when AstroCalc dialog becomes visible again (AstroCalc/Graphs tool) - Fixed jquery vulnerability (GH: #694) - Fixed date and time dialog behaviour: Hour/Minute/Second spinners now correctly trigger signals dateChanged(), dateChangedByYear and dateChangedForMonth() when days, months or years are affected by it. - Fixed update graphs in AstroCalc/Graphs tool when days change - Updated planetary nomenclature - Updated common names of stars and DSO's - Updated cmake rules for Windows deployment - Updated DSO textures - Updated behaviour of HiPS survey if Stellarium started without network (GH: #681) - Updated GUI for ArchaeoLines plugin (GH: #689, #682) - Updated default pulsars catalog (v1.60) - Updated list of asterisms - Updated AstroCalc tools: many optimizations - Excluded Armintxe skyculture and landscape from default package Homepage + links to downloading binary packages: https://stellarium.org
  24. 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
  25. 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
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