Neat demonstration: "Celestial Map of... Stars.."

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Neat demonstration: "Celestial Map of... Stars.."

Postby telefunkenvf14 » Fri Jul 02, 2010 10:47 pm


I subscribe to the Demonstrations Project RSS feed ( and came across the following, recently published demonstration:

"Celestial Map of Constellations, Stars, and Planets, by Eugene Stenly.

(1) It takes a while to load the necessary data, so be patient when it executes.
(2) Your location should automatically load as the default.
(3) I'd suspect one could learn quite a few tricks from the code; the interface is full of features.

Happy 4th!

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