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Stellarium 0.7.1

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Stellarium is an open source desktop planetarium. It renders the skies in realtime using OpenGL, which means the skies will look exactly like what you see with your eyes, binoculars, or a small telescope. Stellarium is very simple to use, which is one of its biggest advantages: it can easily be used by beginners.

The Stellarium project was started by Fabien Chéreau during the summer of 2001 and uses Sourceforge intensively. Anyone has the right to download and use the software for free, to distribute it without modifying to other people, or modify the source code, all of this under the terms of the GNU Public License (GPL).

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Stellarium-win32 v0.7.1
September 17, 2005

Bug fixes for 0.7.0
This version fixes important bugs from the still recent version 0.7.0.
Fixed bugs are the location and other options saving issue, windows crash for date before 1970, star search crash, compilation problems.

0.7.1 [2005-09-17]
Fixed location saving bug.
Fixed date before 1970 crash on windows.
Fixed search star crash.
Added the forgotten sts scripts to the package.
Fixed autoconf problem with libpng.
Fixed compilation with --disable-nls.
Fixed option saving for flaglandscape and flagmoonscale.

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