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Using Celestia Bookmarks: Celestia has the ability to save an exact spot and time on a particular location. It can bookmark the location within the program or make a hyperlink that can be used in another software program. Create the Bookmark: 1. Find a particular location, and set up the...
Article Id: 12130
Category: Celestia 1.5.1

Celestia has the ability to save images as graphic files and save a series of images as a movie file. Graphic Files 1. To capture a graphic, set the screen as desired, then click File and select Capture Image . The shortcut for...
Article Id: 12068
Category: Celestia 1.5.1

Using the Celestial Grid: The Celestial Grid is an equatorial coordinate grid that shows position and direction in space. The grid is set up in right ascension and declination, both of which are used in Astronomy. The grid is helpful because an object can be located on Celestia with given coordinates and then located in real space with a telescope.
Article Id: 11720
Category: Celestia 1.5.1

Cloud Shadows is a view option element that corresponds to the clouds view option. Cloud Shadows draw where on a planet the shadow from a cloud would Cloud shadows, however, do not improve the appearance of all planets. One such example is Jupiter which is covered in clouds. The amount of clouds produces so many shadows that the whole planet looks dark gray. It is recommended to use...
Article Id: 11621
Category: Celestia 1.5.1

Adjusting Clouds Settings in Celestia: Some planets have clouds above there surfaces so Celestia provides clouds as an available view option. Celestia is one of the few programs that simulates cloud coverage and movement over planets. In order to see more surface detail it may be helpful to deselect the clouds option.
Article Id: 11620
Category: Celestia 1.5.1

General Information about Comet Tails: Comet Tails is a view option that only is noticeable when closer to the Sun than the orbit of Jupiter. When in this location Celestia draws a comet tail behind all comets. The tail will be properly sized and always point away from the Sun. If a comet is far out in space no tail will be shown because of the...
Article Id: 11717
Category: Celestia 1.5.1

There are eighty-eight constellations in the night sky. Celestia has the ability to draw the constellation and borders as well as label it. Using Constellations in Celestia: Pressing [ / ] will show the constellations in the scene.
Article Id: 11745
Category: Celestia 1.5.1

Changing the Celestia Display Mode: Celestia comes preset with a default display mode. The display mode can be changed and set by the user based on personal preference. The Render Menu is used to change display mode options. 1. In the upper left tool bar, click on Render .
Article Id: 11546
Category: Celestia 1.5.1

Using Field of View in Celestia: Field of View in Celestia allows the user to set the amount of sky the view takes in. The Field of View or FOV is located in the lower right hand corner of the screen under Follow Earth.
Article Id: 11534
Category: Celestia 1.5.1

To Filter Stars in Celestia 1.6.1: Changing Filter Stars does not have a shortcut and must be done manually in the view options menu. 1. Open Celestia 1.6.1. 2. Click Render on the toolbar.
Article Id: 11748
Category: Celestia 1.5.1