Category:User's Guide

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Official

The official version of the Stellarium User Guide is published in PDF format via the sourceforge downloads service:

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Works in progress

Some pre-release files may also be downloaded directly from here. These are works in progress, and updated sporadically:

Guides by other authors

  • A Guide to Using Stellarium, by Paul Luckas — a short guide with lots of illustrations that covers the basics of using Stellarium 0.10.5. It can be downloaded in PDF format from the website of the University of Western Australia's SPICE program:
  • Краткий путеводитель, by Alexander Wolf — a similar short introduction, but in Russian and covering Stellarium 0.10.6. It can be downloaded in PDF format from the author's home page.

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