Some are there... but take some finding cos they arn't marked.......
perhaps all of them sould be there... mmmm ?
Please add London
Still my favorite and loved by friends, work colleagues and family
Keep up the great work
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Figured out how to add the 'missing' Messiers myself. By the way, the 'files_format.txt' file is incorrect.
Figured out how to add the missing objects myself. By the way, the 'files_format.txt' file is incorrect in the Messier section.
Could you point out the mistake? We're compiling the FAQ at the moment.
Sure. Here is the modified section:
Thank you for the wonderful program! I was looking for a visually pleasing program to demonstrate finding objects in the night sky to budding astronomers when I found yours...well done! 'Traditional' planetarium and charting programs cannot hold a candle to the simplicity of use and asthetics of Stellarium. I would like to echo Jon's comment about the Messier objects. There are 110 (or less depending on who you talk to) objects in the catalog. I'm sure you know this. Beginners usually start with this catalog because the objects are generally bright and easy to find in small telescopes. If you could add the missing objects that would be fantastic and go along way to help beginning astronomers. Later on I might suggest that you add the Hershel 400 catalog or perhaps the NGC 2000 catalog. I wouldn't overload the program with GSC or any other large catalog that requires a massive telescope to observe the objects. Thank you again :)
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