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Stellarium Landscapes: Interplanetary.

How to install landscapes

After you have downloaded the .zip file for a landscape from this page, you need to install it in Stellarium.

Automatic.

If you have Stellarium 0.10.6 or later version, you can use the "Add/remove landscapes" feature to install landscapes automatically:

  • Open the "Sky and viewing options" window by clicking on the appropriate button in the left button bar (or press the F4 key).
  • The "Add/remove landscapes" button is at the bottom of the "Landscape" tab.
  • When you press it, the "Add/remove landscapes" window will appear. It allows you to install .zip files containing landscapes. It also lists the user-installed landscapes and allows you to remove them.

Note: that while this makes installing landscapes easier, it may also cause you to overlook what else is included in the ZIP archive. Landscape packages created without this feature in mind may contain other files, such as alternative textures in different sizes.

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Husband Hill, Mars
Johan
Public Domain
0.9.x
English

Johan transformed this Mars image from NASA into a spherical panorama that can be used with Stellarium. Mars rover Spirit made this image during August 24 to 27, 2005. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell. Read more on this webpage.

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Mars Opportunity Rover
Mike
Public Domain
0.9.x
English

Mike sent posted this landscape in the forums. Another nice Mars rover landscape.

phoenix.jpg
Mars Panorama of Phoenix Landing Site
Alexander Wolf
Public Domain
0.9.x
English

This view combines hundreds of images taken during the first several weeks after NASA's Phoenix Mars Lander arrived on an arctic plain at 68.22 degrees north latitude, 234.25 degrees east longitude on Mars. The landing was on May 25, 2008. Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona/Texas A&M University. Read more on this webpage.

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International Space Station
Makc
GPL
0.9.x
English

Landscape made using some screen shots and data from the wonderful Celestia. Set the projection mode to stereographic, zoom out to a wide field of view and point down towards the ground to get the nice rounded "planet" effect.

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Apollo 11 landing site
Mathew Myrup
N/A
0.9.x
English

This landscape is made using NASA photographs taken by Buzz Aldrin. Look down and you can see Buzz's footprints :)

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Apollo 17 landing site
Mathew Myrup
N/A
0.9.x
English

This landscape is made using NASA photographs taken by Gene Cernan.

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