Haha, some of them are good finds! I think it can serve as a good hint that it's easy to make your own sky culture. Maybe it should rotate from release to release with other fictional submissions.


Johan Meuris
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e-mail: johan.meuris@gmail.com

On 22 May 2013 14:19, Matthew Gates <matthewg42@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi all,

I got this mail (forwarded). áWhat do you think about inclusion? áI
have the files which can be downloaded here:


The files need a little work (I think some character set stuff and
spelling correction).


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Marianne Eik <marianneeik1@gmail.com>
Date: 14 May 2013 15:34
Subject: A new sky for Stellarium?
To: matthewg42@gmail.com

Hi Matthew!

I┤m not sure who to contact about this so if I┤m out of order here,
please forgive me!!

We have a project in Sweden, Iceland and Denmark where children have
created their own sky culture. I┤ve contacted Nigel Kerr about this
last autumn but he has┤nt answered so I dont know if he still works
with this.

The project has cooperated with the Department of Culture in Umeň,
Sweden, and my science center Umevatoriet, together with schools in
Iceland, Denmark and here in Umeň.

I have made the files and their working fine in your program so my
question are: would you be interested in this files/New Nordic Sky for
public use? If you are, let me know and I┤ll be glad to send them to

For the moment the myths are in Swedish but we will change that into
English if you want to publish the childrens work!

Thank you for your time!

Best regards Marianne Eik Umeň Sweden

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