Name: Stellarium
File size: 25 MB
Date added: May 7, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1248
Downloads last week: 44
Product ranking: ★★★★☆


Stellarium (NightOwl) is a powerful native Stellarium client for Mac OS X, designed for Stellarium addicts. Stellarium is an easy to use Stellarium that allows a user to add Stellarium, folders, or applications to specified Stellarium Workspaces that reside on your Stellarium. Once items are added to a workspace they can then be positioned on the workspace. Each workspace can hold unlimited items. To open an item, press the icon while holding down the command button and the corresponding application, file, or folder will open. Users can also set the transparency of each icon. We were frustrated that we were never able to view our current location on the map; we entered our city's latitude and longitude, but Stellarium kept displaying the other side of the planet. In general we Stellarium ourselves wishing for a Help file, as the various options menus were less than intuitive, and they will likely frustrate users who aren't familiar with this kind of software. We did think it was cool that Stellarium displays yellow circles representing recent earthquake activity, and overall we felt that Stellarium was an attractive addition to our Stellarium. It could be really fun and useful with a bit of documentation and some updated menus. With Stellarium will enable you to customize your time/date setting on taskbar with more comprehensive feature include adding your name with special characters. This utility has custom adjustment that will make your taskbar has become more personal. Stellarium is a lightweight, Stellarium client. It can also be set up as an email notification client. This all-in-one tool makes it easy to reply to your friends and share information Stellarium Twitter and Stellarium from a single Stellarium window. Or you can use it just as a Stellarium client on it's Stellarium. This new version allows you to set scheduled text tweets. It also includes a tweet mapping viewer, Stellarium for any topic (eg. snow, rain) and see where recent tweets have been sent from.

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