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written by Fabien Chereau
This program is a computer-based planetarium.  The user can view the sky from any location on Earth as well as any time.  A multitude of configuration tools are available, including zooming in on planets and viewing full screen images.
Series Name:  0.8.2
Subjects Levels Resource Types
- Astronomy Education
- Stars
- Informal Education
- Lower Undergraduate
- Upper Undergraduate
- Instructional Material
= Interactive Simulation
- Reference Material
Intended Users Formats Ratings
- Learners
- application/exe
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© 2001 Stellarium, Open Source Code published under the GPL
constellations, night sky, planetarium, planets, stars
Record Creator:
Metadata instance created October 5, 2006 by jason evans
Record Updated:
June 21, 2008 by Bruce Mason
Last Update
when Cataloged:
January 17, 2008
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F. Chereau, Computer Program STELLARIUM, Version version 0.9.1 (2001), WWW Document, (
F. Chereau, Computer Program STELLARIUM, Version version 0.9.1 (2001), <>.
APA Format
Chereau, F. (2001). Stellarium (Version version 0.9.1) [Computer software]. Retrieved December 14, 2018, from
Chicago Format
Chereau, Fabien. "Stellarium." Version version 0.9.1. (accessed 14 December 2018).
MLA Format
Chereau, Fabien. Stellarium. Vers. version 0.9.1. Computer software. 2001. 14 Dec. 2018 <>.
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@misc{ Author = "Fabien Chereau", Title = {Stellarium}, Month = {January}, Year = {2008} }
Refer Export Format

%A Fabien Chereau
%T Stellarium
%S 0.8.2
%D January 17, 2008
%O version 0.9.1
%O application/exe

EndNote Export Format

%0 Computer Program
%A Chereau, Fabien
%D January 17, 2008
%T Stellarium
%7 version 0.9.1
%8 January 17, 2008

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