Stellarium is a virtual 3D planetarium program. The starry sky can be observed by using this application on your computer, viewing it and removing objects as it approached. The Stellarium comes with a catalogue containing about 600,000 stars. Also, in addition to these catalogues, you will find a list of more than 200 million additional stars. We have used spatial coordinates you entered and the day and location you are using to display the starry sky as a virtual image. You can look at sunsets and dawns, the moon, the sky and the solar system with this program, along with meteorites, the Milky Way and other objects in the real sky. As an example, azimuth and equatorial mesh displays may be enabled as well as a star blinking pattern and eclipse displays. A virtual astronomical station can be accessed and accessed in the most convenient way available through the program. It can modify landscape settings and transparency of the atmosphere, make images of nebulae, use a fisheye-like lens, and many others. There are many plugins for displaying artificial satellites and controlling your virtual telescope using Stellarium. This program lets you access many features using a command line interface or by using the scripting engine built into the software. By using the special repository, you can get the scripts from the server.
- Realistic simulation of the starry sky can be done with only these:
- In our default catalog, we place stars that are over 200,000, as well as star counts for other catalogs that are more than 2,000,000;
- Scripts and plugins;; wload for scripts and plugins;
- An artist's ability to adjust the color tone of an image based upon stars, atmosphere, and settings.