Other languages:English • dansk • italiano • Ελληνικά • українська • 日本語 Home » Applications » Education » KStars KStars is a powerful and intuitive desktop planetarium program for KDE. It shows an accurate graphical representation of the night sky, as seen from any location on Earth, at any time. Come explore the nightsky! KStars is part of the KDE Edutainment Project. Contents 1 Homepage 2 Authors and Developers 3 Downloads 4 Screenshots 5 Bugs 6 Resources 7 FAQs 8 Documentation 9 Development 10 Join Us 11 Related Links 12 Copyright and Licence Homepage KStars Homepage Authors and Developers Jason Harris <kstars AT 30doradus DOT org> (original author and current maintainer) Jasem Mutlaq Pablo de Vicente Heiko Evermann Thomas Kabelmann Mark Hollomon Carsten Niehaus Akarsh Simha Downloads KStars is included in all official KDE releases, in the edu.kde.org Science module. You can also download the latest KStars tarball, or take the plunge and try compiling from SVN. Screenshots Scorpius Rising more screenshots... Bugs Open Bug Reports Resources KStars Community Forums kstars-devel mailing list AstroInfo project Telescope Control with KStars CCD Control with KStars Instrument Neutral Distributed Interface wiki page FAQs FAQ in Handbook Documentation KStars Handbook Development KStars is under continuous development by a small group of dedicated hobbyists. Here's our current TODO list. Join Us We are always looking for new members of the KStars team! Come help us make KStars the best desktop planetarium it can be. You can subscribe to our mailinglist to get involved. There's plenty to do for all skill levels and interests. Related Links Other *nix Astronomy programs you may be interested in: Celestia Stellarium XEphem Planets 3D Copyright and Licence copyright © The KStars team, 2004-2009 KStars is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL), Version 2. Retrieved from "https://userbase.kde.org/index.php?title=KStars&oldid=338630" Categories: EducationScience This page was last edited on 15 October 2014, at 16:27. Content is available under Creative Commons License SA 4.0 unless otherwise noted.