Selden's List of Resources for Celestia



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0.0 introduction

Celestia is a free, real-time, 3D space visualization program. You can use it to view our Solar System and the surrounding stars from any viewpoint you like -- from the surface of the Earth, from outside the Galaxy, or trailing along behind the Cassini Saturn probe. Half of the fun is contributing your own efforts to improve the environment it provides.

Celestia v1.6.1 source code and binaries for Windows and MacOS X, along with source code for the Linux version, are available at http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=21302. Binaries for the Linux versions of Celestia v1.6.1 are available in the software repositories of the various Linux distrributions.

Celestia works best on a system with a modern 3D graphics card that supports OpenGL v2.0 or later, although it can be used without one.

Please let me know of any other Celestia related resources that I can add to this list. Send e'mail to seb@lepp.cornell.edu. Alternatively, you can post a message on Celestia's Web Forum.

Thanks!


You can use this form to search Celestia pages on this Web server.
It queries the main Google server, so it won't know about very recent changes.



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1.0 Celestia



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2.0 Celestia Resources


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3.0 Selden's Contributions

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4.0 Astronomical Resources


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10 Image Processing.


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A.0 Appendices.

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