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See stars, planets and nebulae in real time. So not many people have heard of Stellarium, although it is very similar to one of the most popular pieces of software available on Google Earth today. Although Google’s software lets you focus on the Earth in space from the outset, Stellarium returns to its position and places you everywhere on Earth, looking at a deeply interesting feature in Stellarium – as time goes on, the Virtual Star will system evolve as the sun sets and different constellations become more visible in the dark night sky. You have a choice of visual effects that can be switched on or off, such as the atmosphere or footprints for galaxies. Impressive material within a few minutes, but once you understand what Stellarium is, you’ll quickly get tired of zooming in on distant stars and seeing them move slowly (function () {(‘review-app-page-desktop’);}) ; Although Google Earth offers you detailed pictures of our planet, the Stellarium can only achieve much less resolution of the planets of the solar system, not to mention that stars are limited to simple white dots that penetrate the sky. Since more than 120,000 stars are clearly built in this virtual planetarium, it is clear that a lot of work has been done to make it. The impressive level of detail of the Stellarium stellar probably only appeals to the true idea of ​​the star behind Stellarium, but is theoretically good, but when it comes down to it, most people will see it as little more than a smart, interactive screen saver. By the way, if you have an aptitude for astronomy, want to study the constellations or just want to enjoy watching the beautiful sunsets, then Stellarium can find the full change log here: the full change log is here: