The third bugfix release for the 0.12 branch is bringing some more Milky way awesomeness for the users of the most successful open source planetarium.
The second minor release of Stellarium 0.12 is here with many new features!
A project aiming to simulate the human behavior on the second most life-friendly planet of our solar system.
The best open source planetarium has just released a new version!
The Moon is our only natural satellite and maybe the most spectacular celestial body that we can observe from Earth using binoculars, telescopes, or just our naked eyes. Virtual Moon Atlas is a magnificent open source and free to use application that helps us learn more about the Moon and its ground characteristics and places […]
Another major release for the popular open source planetarium was made available today, bringing huge improvements that will excite the fans of this useful application. Improvements, bug fixes and lots of new features additions contribute to the Stellarium’s next major step in the mission to help people discover and understand the night skies.
Stellarium 0.11.4 was released a few days ago bringing new additions, improvements and fixes for the popular planetarium application. This release comes only three months after the previous 0.11.3, proving the high flow of valuable contribution that this project accepts. Let’s take a look at the most significant changes and additions that users may enjoy […]