1. Stellarium Stellarium is an interactive planetarium program that allows you to explore the night sky from any location on earth, at any time of the year. Stellarium can be used as an educational tool to learn about the night sky, as well as a tool for planning observations through a telescope.
  2. Stellarium for Mac OS X. Stellarium 0.20.2 (latest) Stellarium 0.90.0.16412 Stellarium 0.8.8 See all. No specific info about version 0.12.
  3. However, Stellarium is safe, and so you’ll want to say to your computer “Yes, I know this program isn’t signed, but I want to run it anyway.” I don’t have a Mac. But a friend does, and she provided some instructions on how to install and run it. First download Stellarium from the publisher, unzip the archive, and open the.dmg disk image.

Stellarium is a planetarium software that shows exactly what you see when you look up at the stars. It's easy to use, and free. A free open source desktop planetarium for your Mac. Stay up to date with latest software releases, news, software discounts, deals and more. Stellarium for Mac. September, 29th 2019. Stellarium 0.19.2 Screenshot 1.

features

sky

  • default catalogue of over 600,000 stars
  • extra catalogues with more than 177 million stars
  • default catalogue of over 80,000 deep-sky objects
  • extra catalogue with more than 1 million deep-sky objects
  • asterisms and illustrations of the constellations
  • constellations for 20+ different cultures
  • images of nebulae (full Messier catalogue)
  • realistic Milky Way
  • very realistic atmosphere, sunrise and sunset
  • the planets and their satellites

interface

  • a powerful zoom
  • time control
  • multilingual interface
  • fisheye projection for planetarium domes
  • spheric mirror projection for your own low-cost dome
  • all new graphical interface and extensive keyboard control
  • telescope control

visualisation

  • equatorial and azimuthal grids
  • star twinkling
  • shooting stars
  • tails of comets
  • iridium flares simulation
  • eclipse simulation
  • supernovae and novae simulation
  • 3D sceneries
  • skinnable landscapes, now with spheric panorama projection

customizability

  • plugin system adding artifical satellites, ocular simulation, telescope configuration and more
  • ability to add new solar system objects from online resources...
  • add your own deep sky objects, landscapes, constellation images, scripts...

news

system requirements

minimal

  • Linux/Unix; Windows 7 and above; Mac OS X 10.12.0 and above
  • 3D graphics card which supports OpenGL 3.0 and GLSL 1.3
  • 512 MiB RAM
  • 250 MiB on disk
  • keyboard

recommended

  • Linux/Unix; Windows 7 and above; Mac OS X 10.12.0 and above
  • 3D graphics card which supports OpenGL 3.3 and above
  • 1 GiB RAM or more
  • 1.5 GiB on disk
  • keyboard

developers

Project coordinator: Fabien Chéreau
Graphic designer: Johan Meuris, Martín Bernardi
Developer: Alexander Wolf, Guillaume Chéreau, Georg Zotti, Marcos Cardinot
Continuous Integration: Hans Lambermont
Tester: Khalid AlAjaji
and everyone else in the community.

social media

collaborate

You can learn more about Stellarium, get support and help the project from these links:

git

The latest development snapshot of Stellarium is kept on github. If you want to compile development versions of Stellarium, this is the place to get the source code.

irc

Real time chat about Stellarium can be had in the #stellarium IRC channel on the freenode IRC network. Use your favorite IRC client to connect to chat.freenode.net or try the web-based interface.

supporters and friends

Mac

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Stellarium is produced by the efforts of the developer team, with the help and support of the following people and organisations .

Apple has a security feature on Macs that makes it harder to run software that macOS doesn’t recognize as signed by Apple.

However, Stellarium is safe, and so you’ll want to say to your computer “Yes, I know this program isn’t signed, but I want to run it anyway.”

I don’t have a Mac. But a friend does, and she provided some instructions on how to install and run it.


First download Stellarium from the publisher, unzip the archive, and open the .dmg disk image.

When trying to open it, she got that error message saying that she couldn’t open it because it isn’t from a recognized Apple developer.

Stellarium for mac 10.6.8 older versions

She then went into system preferences, then security and privacy. On the general tab, there is a section that says “allow apps downloaded from: App Store, App Store and identified developers”.

Stellarium was flagged, and there was an option for “open anyway”. After checking this option, it opened.

You will need to click the padlock icon and enter your computer’s password to change this setting.


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Thanks to Alice Lindsay for taking these screenshots and providing the instructions!

Stellarium For Mac



The Milky Way visible above a landscape lit by the rising Moon. Gabarus Wilderness Area, Nova Scotia, Canada. ISO 4000 or so, f/1.8, 15 second exposure.