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This page contains links on landscapes provided by Stellarium users.
 
This page contains links on landscapes provided by Stellarium users.
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NOTE: For version 0.9.x, the landscape file layout, contents and installation method has changed slightly.  See [[Landscapes after version 0.9.0|this page]] for landscapes for the new version.
  
 
=General notes on installation of new landscapes=
 
=General notes on installation of new landscapes=
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==Paul Bourke - Landscape Collection==
 
==Paul Bourke - Landscape Collection==
 
{|
 
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|http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/images/bourke.jpg
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|http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/landscapes/bourke.jpg
|Paul Bourke has collected several landscapes on [http://local.wasp.uwa.edu.au/~pbourke/projection/stellarium/ this page].  Locations include Australia, Cambodia, India. They are full 360 degree fisheye images so you can roll right down and look at the ground.
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|Paul Bourke has collected several landscapes on [http://local.wasp.uwa.edu.au/~pbourke/miscellaneous/domemirror/stellarium/ this page] (scroll down).  Locations include Australia, Cambodia, India. They are full 360 degree fish-eye images so you can roll right down and look at the ground.
 
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===Download===
 
===Download===
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==Barry Gerdes - Beaumont Hills, Sydney, Australia==
 
==Barry Gerdes - Beaumont Hills, Sydney, Australia==
 
{|
 
{|
| http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/images/beaumont-hills.jpg
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/landscapes/beaumont-hills.jpg
 
| Barry made an interesting multiple-image landscape from the rooftop of his house. You can find a detailed account of how this was done in the [http://www.porpoisehead.net/mysw/stellarium_user_guide_html-0.8.0-1/node56.html Stellarium User Guide].
 
| Barry made an interesting multiple-image landscape from the rooftop of his house. You can find a detailed account of how this was done in the [http://www.porpoisehead.net/mysw/stellarium_user_guide_html-0.8.0-1/node56.html Stellarium User Guide].
 
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==Steinar Midtskogen - Voksenlia, Oslo, Norway==
 
==Steinar Midtskogen - Voksenlia, Oslo, Norway==
 
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/images/voksenlia.jpg
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/landscapes/voksenlia.jpg
 
|Steinar Midtskogen sent [http://porpoisehead.net/mysw/downloads/voksenlia.png this huge (17 MiB!) spherical landscape image] of Voksenlia, Oslo, Norway (59°58'14N, 10°38'57E, alt=348m).
 
|Steinar Midtskogen sent [http://porpoisehead.net/mysw/downloads/voksenlia.png this huge (17 MiB!) spherical landscape image] of Voksenlia, Oslo, Norway (59°58'14N, 10°38'57E, alt=348m).
 
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==Friedrich Noelle & Barry Gerdes - Calton Hill, Edinburgh, Scotland==
 
==Friedrich Noelle & Barry Gerdes - Calton Hill, Edinburgh, Scotland==
 
{|
 
{|
| http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/images/observatory-hill-Barry.jpg
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/landscapes/observatory-hill-Barry.jpg
 
| Friedrich Noelle took a nice panorama of Observatory Hill, Edinburgh which Barry converted into a Stellarium landscape.
 
| Friedrich Noelle took a nice panorama of Observatory Hill, Edinburgh which Barry converted into a Stellarium landscape.
 
|}
 
|}
 
===Download===  
 
===Download===  
  
*[http://www.geocities.com/wendygblyde/] (Barry's site)
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*[http://sarcasmogerdes.dyndns.org] (Barry's site)
 
*[http://www.porpoisehead.net/mysw/downloads/landscape_edinburgh.zip landscape_edinburgh.zip] (mirror)
 
*[http://www.porpoisehead.net/mysw/downloads/landscape_edinburgh.zip landscape_edinburgh.zip] (mirror)
  
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==Graeme Ewing - Transit Hill, Lord Howe Island, Australia==
 
==Graeme Ewing - Transit Hill, Lord Howe Island, Australia==
 
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{|
| http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/images/transit-hill.jpg
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/landscapes/transit-hill.jpg
 
| Graeme Ewing Contributed this panorama of the astronomically significant and visually stunning Transit Hill site Northeast of Sydney, Australia.  
 
| Graeme Ewing Contributed this panorama of the astronomically significant and visually stunning Transit Hill site Northeast of Sydney, Australia.  
 
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==Johan - Husband Hill, Mars==
 
==Johan - Husband Hill, Mars==
 
{|
 
{|
| http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/images/husband-hill.jpg
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/landscapes/husband-hill.jpg
 
| 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.
 
| 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.
 
Image credit: NASA/JPL-Caltech/Cornell.
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==Johan - Ponta da Piedade, Algarve, Lagos, Portugal==
 
==Johan - Ponta da Piedade, Algarve, Lagos, Portugal==
 
{|
 
{|
| http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/images/ponta-da-piedade.jpg
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/landscapes/ponta-da-piedade.jpg
 
| Johan photographed this panorama in june 2006 and stitched it together into a spherical panorama that can be used with Stellarium.   
 
| Johan photographed this panorama in june 2006 and stitched it together into a spherical panorama that can be used with Stellarium.   
 
You see sandstone cliffs on the Atlantic coast of southern Portugal, a lighthouse, and a natural bridge.
 
You see sandstone cliffs on the Atlantic coast of southern Portugal, a lighthouse, and a natural bridge.
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==Mike - Ocean==
 
==Mike - Ocean==
 
{|
 
{|
| http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/images/landscape_ocean_thumb.jpg
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/landscapes/landscape_ocean_thumb.jpg
 
| Mike posted this landscape in the forums.  It was generated using [http://www.planetside.co.uk/terragen/ Terragen] (an amazing fractal landscape generator).  It's great if you want an un-obscured view of the horizon.
 
| Mike posted this landscape in the forums.  It was generated using [http://www.planetside.co.uk/terragen/ Terragen] (an amazing fractal landscape generator).  It's great if you want an un-obscured view of the horizon.
 
|}
 
|}
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==Mike - Mars Opportunity Rover==
 
==Mike - Mars Opportunity Rover==
 
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{|
| http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/images/landscape_marsopportunity_thumb.jpg
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/landscapes/landscape_marsopportunity_thumb.jpg
 
| Mike sent posted this landscape in the forums.  Another nice Mars rover landscape.
 
| Mike sent posted this landscape in the forums.  Another nice Mars rover landscape.
 
|}
 
|}
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==Hiram Bertoch - Salt Lake City Panorama ==
 
==Hiram Bertoch - Salt Lake City Panorama ==
 
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/images/saltlakecity.jpg
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/landscapes/saltlakecity.jpg
 
| Hiram made this panorama for the KidsKnowIt Network's outreach program
 
| Hiram made this panorama for the KidsKnowIt Network's outreach program
 
|}
 
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==Martin Mutti - Gurnigel, Switzerland ==
 
==Martin Mutti - Gurnigel, Switzerland ==
 
{|
 
{|
| http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/images/landscape_gurnigel_thumb.png
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/landscapes/landscape_gurnigel_thumb.png
 
| This is the site of the Bern Astronomical Society's observing site
 
| This is the site of the Bern Astronomical Society's observing site
 
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==Dmitri Ardashev - Tishinka, Russia ==
 
==Dmitri Ardashev - Tishinka, Russia ==
 
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{|
| http://www.stellarium.org/wiki/images/tishinka-ardashev.jpg
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| http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/landscapes/tishinka-ardashev.jpg
 
| This is a small village between Moscow's and Kaluga's regions, in 130 km south-west of Moscow(55°18'32.46N, 36°26'42.06E, alt=195).
 
| This is a small village between Moscow's and Kaluga's regions, in 130 km south-west of Moscow(55°18'32.46N, 36°26'42.06E, alt=195).
 
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| http://vision.eng.shu.ac.uk/jan/sheffieldrivelin-thumb.png
 
| http://vision.eng.shu.ac.uk/jan/sheffieldrivelin-thumb.png
| This is a 270° fisheye panorama created from 40 photos using [http://hugin.sourceforge.net/ hugin]. It shows the river Rivelin in Sheffield in the middle of April 2007. The fringes (twigs and tree tops) where dimmed out using [http://www.gimp.org/ gimp].
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| This is a 270° fisheye panorama created from 40 photos using [http://hugin.sourceforge.net/ hugin]. It shows the river Rivelin in Sheffield in the middle of April 2007. The fringes (twigs and tree tops) where dimmed out using [http://www.gimp.org/ gimp]. The overexposed parts of the horizon have been removed. Copyright (C) 2007, [[User:Wedesoft|Jan Wedekind]], [http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/ Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike License 2.0].
 
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===Download===  
 
===Download===  
 
* [http://vision.eng.shu.ac.uk/jan/sheffieldrivelin.png sheffieldrivelin.png] (10.3 MByte)
 
* [http://vision.eng.shu.ac.uk/jan/sheffieldrivelin.png sheffieldrivelin.png] (10.3 MByte)
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  maptex = landscapes/sheffieldrivelin.png
 
  maptex = landscapes/sheffieldrivelin.png
 
  texturefov = 270
 
  texturefov = 270
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==BrendaEM - San Jose, California, USA==
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| http://www.brendamake.com/temp/sanjose-thumb.png
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| This panorama was made using Nasa's WorldWind. Screenshots were taken at 45 degree increments. The screenshots were layered and stitched together, and then offset until the the Northern mountains were aligned. A landscape such as this could be made of any location in the world. There is a plug-in for WorldWind called "BigScreenshot," that may make the process easier, but not automate it. A plug-in could be written to do this entire process automatically.
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===Download===
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*[http://www.brendamake.com/temp/sanjose.png sanjose.png] (1.5MB)
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===Installation===
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#copy the .png file to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
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#add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file
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[San_Sose]
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name = San Jose, CA
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author = Brenda Make
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description = This Landscape of San Jose, California, USA \nwas made using stitched screenshots \ntaken from NASA's WorldWind.
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type = spherical
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maptex = landscapes/sanjose.png
  
 
=Contributions=
 
=Contributions=
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|| GPL
 
|| GPL
 
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||[http://www.acropano.com/ AcroPano Photo Stitcher]
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|| win32/64
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|| Shareware/demo
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|| Great in producing 2D landscape panorama. Easy to use
 
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[[Category:Landscapes]][[Category:Customization]]

Latest revision as of 06:13, 19 July 2011

This page contains links on landscapes provided by Stellarium users.

NOTE: For version 0.9.x, the landscape file layout, contents and installation method has changed slightly. See this page for landscapes for the new version.

[edit] General notes on installation of new landscapes

Specific instructions are given for each landscape.

  1. Copy one or more .png file to a specific directory
  2. Editing the landscape.ini file

The instructions for each landscape mention the <config root> directory. Details of what this means can be found here.

After installing a new landscape, you'll need to re-start Stellarium for changes to take effect. If all is well, you should see a new section in the configuration windows in the landscape tab.

More information about the ways to make new landscapes can be found in the user guide.

[edit] Downloads

[edit] Paul Bourke - Landscape Collection

bourke.jpg Paul Bourke has collected several landscapes on this page (scroll down). Locations include Australia, Cambodia, India. They are full 360 degree fish-eye images so you can roll right down and look at the ground.

[edit] Download

Save the landscape files from Paul's web page.

[edit] Installation

  1. Copy the landscape files into the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  2. Edit the <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file, adding sections as they they appear on Paul's web page.

[edit] Barry Gerdes - Beaumont Hills, Sydney, Australia

beaumont-hills.jpg Barry made an interesting multiple-image landscape from the rooftop of his house. You can find a detailed account of how this was done in the Stellarium User Guide.

[edit] Download

[edit] Installation

For Stellarium version 0.7.1:

  1. unzip the downloaded file
  2. copy the .png files to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  3. copy landscapes.ini to the <config root>/data directory (overwriting the original). If you have modified your original landscapes.ini file, just copy-paste the [Beaumonthills] section to the end of your file.

For Stellarium version 0.8.0:

  1. unzip the downloaded file
  2. copy the .png files to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  3. add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file
[Beaumonthills]
name = beaumont
Author = B.Gerdes
description = Local Site Panorama
type = old_style
nbsidetex = 10
tex0 = landscapes/beau1.png
tex1 = landscapes/beau2.png
tex2 = landscapes/beau3.png
tex3 = landscapes/beau4.png
tex4 = landscapes/beau5.png
tex5 = landscapes/beau6.png
tex6 = landscapes/beau7.png
tex7 = landscapes/beau8.png
tex8 = landscapes/beau9.png
tex9 = landscapes/beau10.png
nbside = 10
side0 = tex8:0:0.005:1:1
side1 = tex9:0:0.005:1:1
side2 = tex0:0:0.005:1:1
side3 = tex1:0:0.005:1:1
side4 = tex2:0:0.005:1:1
side5 = tex3:0:0.005:1:1
side6 = tex4:0:0.005:1:1
side7 = tex5:0:0.005:1:1
side8 = tex6:0:0.005:1:1
side9 = tex7:0:0.005:1:1
groundtex = landscapes/beaub.png
ground = groundtex:0:0:1:1
fogtex = fog.png
fog = fogtex:0:0:1:1
nb_decor_repeat = 1
decor_alt_angle = 35
decor_angle_shift = -22
decor_angle_rotatez = -29
ground_angle_shift = -22
ground_angle_rotatez = 95
fog_alt_angle = 20
fog_angle_shift = -3
draw_ground_first = 1

[edit] Steinar Midtskogen - Voksenlia, Oslo, Norway

voksenlia.jpg Steinar Midtskogen sent this huge (17 MiB!) spherical landscape image of Voksenlia, Oslo, Norway (59°58'14N, 10°38'57E, alt=348m).

[edit] Download

voksenlia.png

[edit] Installation

  1. Save the file to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  2. Add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file:
[voksenlia]
name = Voksenlia
type = spherical
maptex = landscapes/voksenlia.png

[edit] Friedrich Noelle & Barry Gerdes - Calton Hill, Edinburgh, Scotland

observatory-hill-Barry.jpg Friedrich Noelle took a nice panorama of Observatory Hill, Edinburgh which Barry converted into a Stellarium landscape.

[edit] Download

[edit] Installation

For Stellarium version 0.8.0:

  1. unzip the downloaded file
  2. copy the .png files to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  3. add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file
[Edinburgh]
name = edinburgh
type = old_style
nbsidetex = 8
tex0 = landscapes/edin-1.png
tex1 = landscapes/edin-2.png
tex2 = landscapes/edin-3.png
tex3 = landscapes/edin-4.png
tex4 = landscapes/edin-5.png
tex5 = landscapes/edin-6.png
tex6 = landscapes/edin-7.png
tex7 = landscapes/edin-8.png
nbside = 8
side0 = tex5:0:0.005:1:1
side1 = tex6:0:0.005:1:1
side2 = tex7:0:0.005:1:1
side3 = tex0:0:0.005:1:1
side4 = tex1:0:0.005:1:1
side5 = tex2:0:0.005:1:1
side6 = tex3:0:0.005:1:1
side7 = tex4:0:0.005:1:1
groundtex = landscapes/edinb.png
ground = groundtex:0:0:1:1
fogtex = fog.png
fog = fogtex:0:0:1:1
nb_decor_repeat = 1
decor_alt_angle = 40
decor_angle_shift = -17
decor_angle_rotatez = -21
ground_angle_shift = -17
ground_angle_rotatez = 135
fog_alt_angle = 20
fog_angle_shift = -3
draw_ground_first = 1

[edit] Graeme Ewing - Transit Hill, Lord Howe Island, Australia

transit-hill.jpg Graeme Ewing Contributed this panorama of the astronomically significant and visually stunning Transit Hill site Northeast of Sydney, Australia.

[edit] Download

[edit] Installation

For Stellarium version 0.8.0:

  1. unzip the downloaded file
  2. copy the .png files to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  3. add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file
[transithill]
name = TransitHill
author = Graeme Ewing
description = Transit Hill is on Lord Howe Island where \nastronomers attempted to observe the transit of \nVenus across the sun in 1882.Lord Howe  Island \nis a jewel on the World Heritage List 770 kilometres \nnorth east   of Sydney, Australia.
type = old_style
nbsidetex = 10
tex0 = landscapes/transithill4.png
tex1 = landscapes/transithill5.png
tex2 = landscapes/transithill6.png
tex3 = landscapes/transithill7.png
tex4 = landscapes/transithill8.png
tex5 = landscapes/transithill9.png
tex6 = landscapes/transithill10.png
tex7 = landscapes/transithill1.png
tex8 = landscapes/transithill2.png
tex9 = landscapes/transithill3.png
nbside = 10
side0 = tex0:0:0.005:1:1
side1 = tex1:0:0.005:1:1
side2 = tex2:0:0.005:1:1
side3 = tex3:0:0.005:1:1
side4 = tex4:0:0.005:1:1
side5 = tex5:0:0.005:1:1
side6 = tex6:0:0.005:1:1
side7 = tex7:0:0.005:1:1
side8 = tex8:0:0.005:1:1
side9 = tex9:0:0.005:1:1
groundtex = landscapes/transithillb.png
ground = groundtex:0:0:1:1
fogtex = fog.png
fog = fogtex:0:0:1:1
nb_decor_repeat = 1
decor_alt_angle = 45
decor_angle_shift = -22
decor_angle_rotatez = -20
ground_angle_shift = -22
ground_angle_rotatez = 45
fog_alt_angle = 20
fog_angle_shift = -3
draw_ground_first = 1

[edit] Johan - Husband Hill, Mars

husband-hill.jpg 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: http://marsrovers.nasa.gov/gallery/panoramas/spirit/2005.html

[edit] Download

[edit] Installation

  1. copy the .png files to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  2. add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file
[mars]
name = Husband Hill, Mars
type = spherical
maptex = landscapes/husband-hill.png

[edit] Johan - Ponta da Piedade, Algarve, Lagos, Portugal

ponta-da-piedade.jpg Johan photographed this panorama in june 2006 and stitched it together into a spherical panorama that can be used with Stellarium.

You see sandstone cliffs on the Atlantic coast of southern Portugal, a lighthouse, and a natural bridge.

[edit] Download

[edit] Installation

  1. unzip the downloaded file
  2. copy the .png files to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  3. add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file
[Lagos]
name = Ponta da Piedade, Portugal
type = spherical
maptex = landscapes/lagos.png

[edit] Mike - Ocean

landscape_ocean_thumb.jpg Mike posted this landscape in the forums. It was generated using Terragen (an amazing fractal landscape generator). It's great if you want an un-obscured view of the horizon.

[edit] Download

[edit] Installation

  1. unzip the downloaded file
  2. copy the .png files to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  3. add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file
[Ocean]
name = Ocean
type = old_style
nbsidetex = 8
tex0 = landscapes/ocean1.png
tex1 = landscapes/ocean2.png
tex2 = landscapes/ocean3.png
tex3 = landscapes/ocean4.png
tex4 = landscapes/ocean5.png
tex5 = landscapes/ocean6.png
tex6 = landscapes/ocean7.png
tex7 = landscapes/ocean8.png
nbside = 8
side0 = tex0:0:0.005:1:1
side1 = tex1:0:0.005:1:1
side2 = tex2:0:0.005:1:1
side3 = tex3:0:0.005:1:1
side4 = tex4:0:0.005:1:1
side5 = tex5:0:0.005:1:1
side6 = tex6:0:0.005:1:1
side7 = tex7:0:0.005:1:1
groundtex = landscapes/ocean9.png
ground = groundtex:0:0:1:1
fogtex = fog.png
fog = fogtex:0:0:1:1
nb_decor_repeat = 1
decor_alt_angle = 45
decor_angle_shift = -44.5
decor_angle_rotatez = 180
ground_angle_shift = -44.5
ground_angle_rotatez = 90
fog_alt_angle = 40
fog_angle_shift = -6
draw_ground_first = 1

[edit] Mike - Mars Opportunity Rover

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

[edit] Download

[edit] Installation

  1. unzip the downloaded file
  2. copy the Mars_Opportunity_Rover.png file to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  3. add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file
[Mars_Opportunity_Rover]
name = Mars_Opportunity_Rover
type = spherical
maptex = landscapes/Mars_Opportunity_Rover.png

[edit] Hiram Bertoch - Salt Lake City Panorama

saltlakecity.jpg Hiram made this panorama for the KidsKnowIt Network's outreach program

[edit] Download


[edit] Installation

  1. unzip the downloaded file
  2. copy all the pngs to the textures folder
  3. add the landscapes.ini.txt data to the landscapes.ini file

[edit] Martin Mutti - Gurnigel, Switzerland

landscape_gurnigel_thumb.png This is the site of the Bern Astronomical Society's observing site

[edit] Download


[edit] Installation

  1. unzip the downloaded file
  2. copy all the pngs to the textures/landscapes folder
  3. append the landscapes.ini file from the zip file to the <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file.

[edit] Dmitri Ardashev - Tishinka, Russia

tishinka-ardashev.jpg This is a small village between Moscow's and Kaluga's regions, in 130 km south-west of Moscow(55°18'32.46N, 36°26'42.06E, alt=195).

[edit] Download

[edit] Installation

  1. unzip the downloaded file
  2. copy all the pngs to the textures/landscapes folder
  3. append the landscapes.ini file from the zip file to the <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file.

[edit] Makc - Mount Everest

landscape_everest_thumb.png Amazing parorama of the summit of Mount Everest, 8.85 km above sea level. Roddy Mackenzie, who climbed the mountain in 1989, captured the image.

[edit] Download


[edit] Installation

  1. unzip the downloaded file
  2. read the readme.txt file for copyright and usage information
  3. copy everest.png to the textures/landscapes folder
  4. append the landscapes.ini file from the zip file to the <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file.

[edit] Makc - International Space Station

landscape_iss_thumb.png Landscape made using some screen shots and data from the wonderful Celestia.

[edit] Download

[edit] Installation

  1. unzip the downloaded file
  2. read the readme.txt file for copyright and usage information
  3. copy iss.png to the textures/landscapes folder
  4. append the landscapes.ini file from the zip file to the <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file.


[edit] Sylvain Rondi - T60 dome, Pic du Midi Observatory, France

wiki-panot60.jpg Sylvain photographed this panorama in February 2007 and stitched it together into a spherical panorama that can be used with Stellarium.

This is the panoramic view from the amateur 60cm telescope dome from T60 Association, installed at Pic du Midi Observatory.

[edit] Download

[edit] Installation

  1. copy the .png file to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  2. add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file
[T60 Pic du Midi]
name = T60 Pic du Midi
author = S.Rondi, I.Debordeaux, B.David
description = Panorama depuis le fameux T60 \ndu non moins celebre Observatoire \ndu Pic du Midi  (2877m).
type = spherical
maptex = landscapes/picdumidi-t60.png

[edit] Sylvain Rondi - T1M terrasse, Pic du Midi Observatory, France

wiki-panot1m.jpg Sylvain photographed this panorama in February 2007 and stitched it together into a spherical panorama that can be used with Stellarium.

This is the panoramic view from the terrasse of the professional 106cm telescope at Pic du Midi Observatory (France).

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[edit] Installation

  1. copy the .png file to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  2. add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file
[T1M Pic du Midi]
name = T1M Pic du Midi
author = S.Rondi, I.Debordeaux, B.David
description = Panorama depuis la terrasse du T1M \nde l'Observatoire du Pic du Midi (2877m).
type = spherical
maptex = landscapes/picdumidi-t1m.png

[edit] Jan Wedekind - River Rivelin, Sheffield, UK

sheffieldrivelin-thumb.png This is a 270° fisheye panorama created from 40 photos using hugin. It shows the river Rivelin in Sheffield in the middle of April 2007. The fringes (twigs and tree tops) where dimmed out using gimp. The overexposed parts of the horizon have been removed. Copyright (C) 2007, Jan Wedekind, Creative Commons Attribution ShareAlike License 2.0.

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[edit] Installation

  1. copy the .png file to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  2. add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file
[sheffield]
name = Sheffield Rivelin, UK
author = Jan Wedekind
type = fisheye
maptex = landscapes/sheffieldrivelin.png
texturefov = 270

[edit] BrendaEM - San Jose, California, USA

sanjose-thumb.png This panorama was made using Nasa's WorldWind. Screenshots were taken at 45 degree increments. The screenshots were layered and stitched together, and then offset until the the Northern mountains were aligned. A landscape such as this could be made of any location in the world. There is a plug-in for WorldWind called "BigScreenshot," that may make the process easier, but not automate it. A plug-in could be written to do this entire process automatically.

[edit] Download

[edit] Installation

  1. copy the .png file to the <config root>/textures/landscapes directory
  2. add this section to your <config root>/data/landscapes.ini file
[San_Sose] 
name = San Jose, CA 
author = Brenda Make 
description = This Landscape of San Jose, California, USA \nwas made using stitched screenshots \ntaken from NASA's WorldWind. 
type = spherical 
maptex = landscapes/sanjose.png

[edit] Contributions

Please feel free to contribute your own custom landscapes here. A thumbnail will be added by someone from the team.

[edit] Need hosting?

If you have a landscape you would like to share but have no web-space to put it, email me and I'll put it on my site.

[edit] Tools

The following tools may be useful to people who wish to create their own landscapes:

Program Platform(s) License Notes
Autostitch win32; Linux (using wine) Shareware/demo Looks like it produces good results. Registered version includes extra types of projection. No sourcecode.
Hugin Linux; FreeBSD; MacOSX; win32 GPL Hugin is a nice GUI for Panorama Tools
Panorama Tools Linux; FreeBSD; MacOSX; win32 GPL
AcroPano Photo Stitcher win32/64 Shareware/demo Great in producing 2D landscape panorama. Easy to use
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