First of all, English is not my mother tongue, so excuse me if there are some
For the webmaster(s) of the official website of stellarium:
In the official website the link for the forum is not really good. http://so
urceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=278769 _ would be replaced by http://sourceforge.net/proje
cts/stellarium/forums/forum/278769. It avoids a redirection on sourceforge.net with the
next message: "The forum address has changed, you have been automatically
redirected. Please update any bookmarks to use the new URL."_
In the wiki, at the page Star Catalogue
can read in the Star Data Records section on the table Star Data Record
Type 0: Name=b_v; Offset=9 while Name=x1; Offset=8; Length=4. The correct
offset for b_v is 12 and the offset for next elements will need to be
corrected too. This is properly with the Stellarium's star catalogue files
table that indicate the file stars_0_0v0_1.cat have a Data Record Size of 28
Also, i have some technical questions to ask about the Stellarium's star
catalogue files. Where can I do it? In this forum?
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The links to the SourceForge forum and the file folders have been updated.
Thank you for the reminder!
I'll look into the star catalog issue. It's probably a matter of changing the
code and not updating the documentation.
To contact the developers, you can use the public developers mailing list:
Page http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/index.php/Astronomical_Concepts reads as follows: "The Altitude/Azimuth coordinate system can be used to describe a direction of view (the azimuth angle) and a height in the sky (the altitude angle). The azimuth angle is measured clockwise round from due North. Hence North itself is °, East 90°, Southwest is 135° and so on. The altitude angle is measured up from the horizon."
This should be corrected to read: "…North itself is 0°, East 90°, Southwest is 225° and so on."
Thanks! Typo was fixed.
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