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Great program guys,
I use it very often and it's very very helpful,
especially for beginners
I have a question about setting location on...Jupiter for example
I would like to do these calculations myself, or get some scripts from
especially to find when, in this case, planets are crossing Jupiter's equator
How Stellarium does it?
Right now I use in my work swiss ephemeris dll,
and it's quite useful for astronomical work
I would like to calculate planets' positions in Jupiter-centric view if I may
say it like this,
or any other planet-centric view
but at least I want to be able to know when planets' equators are crossed by
anyone can point me in the right direction?
You seem to have CSS turned off.
Please don't fill out this field.
If you need to know when the planets cross the equator see my equinox and
solstice finder scripts
Just edit the equinox script file and switch the planet you are on from Mars
to Jupiter and switch the sun to the planet you want to know when it crosses
the equator and it will find the dates for you.
It doesn't calculate when the equinoxes happen per say, it runs Stellarium at
accelerated rates and records when the sun or planet crosses the equator.
See my Ephemeris page
For planet's greatest elongations and oppositions from Jupiter and others
Though I haven't made scripts for them except Earth & Mars from Jupiter and
Earth & Venus from Mars [http://www.lowerwolfjaw.com/astro/Stellarium/efo.htm]
Ephemeris (hopefully) working link
Hey SourceForge!!!! There's has been many fine forum software upgrades since
1995, how about applying some of them?
Thank you very much qam1 !!!