Obiekty Układu Slonecznego

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Obiekty Układu Słonecznego są zdefiniowane w pliku ssystem.ini w katalogu danych (data). Można rozszerzyć jego zawartość o komety i asteroidy. Oto kilka rozszerzonych plików ssystem.ini, z których możesz skorzystać. Jeśli chcesz mieć tylko niektóre ciała z określonego pliku i niektóre z jakiegoś innego, musisz skopiować i powklejać odpowiednie części tych plików do własnego pliku ssystem.ini

Przyszłe wersje Stellarium będą umożliwiały zarządzanie grupami dodatkowych ciał, lecz na razie trzeba to robić ręcznie.



Description Link Date created Description
Hendrik's Comet List here 2008-02-16 This file contains a lot of the brighter comets.
Hendrik's Great Comet List here 2008-02-17 This file contains a bunch more comets, including multiple fragments of Shoemaker-Levy 9.
Selected asteroids here 2008-02-17 (corrected) Some bright and/or large asteroids.
Complete MPC List here 2008-07-01 (updated monthly) MINOR PLANET CENTER ORBIT DATABASE (MPCORB). This file contains published orbital elements for all numbered and unnumbered multi-opposition minor planets for which it is possible to make reasonable predictions. (See the note bellow)


  • ssystem.ini structure: Your ssystem.ini file must contain all bodies referenced as parent bodies of objects in your ssystem.ini file - you can't say that the moon is in orbit around Earth, and then not have an Earth body - Stellarium will crash if you do this.
  • the MPC list: The current version of Stellarium is not designed to handle the complete list of objects by the Minor Planet Center. So please use this file to copy-paste your preferred objects into your own ssystem.ini file. This list is (automatically) updated regularly to reflect the quickly growing number of known dwarf planets and other small bodies of the solar system. Currently, the (unpacked) file is 140 MB (and growing), so make sure you have an editor which can handle files that large ;-)

Single objects

This section contains code describing some often requested individual objects.

Comet C/2007 N3 (Lulin)

Source: This code has been created by hendrik_d, based on comet ephemerides by the IAU Minor Planet Center, and posted on the Feedback forum on 2009-01-13. The orbital elements may be slightly out of date.

[C\2007 N3 Lulin]
name = C/2007 N3 Lulin
parent = Sun
radius = 10
oblateness = 0.0
halo = false
color = 1.0,1.0,1.0
tex_halo = star16x16.png
tex_map = nomap.png
coord_func = comet_orbit
orbit_TimeAtPericenter = 2454842.1414
orbit_PericenterDistance = 1.212289
orbit_Eccentricity = 0.999987
orbit_ArgOfPericenter = 136.8614
orbit_AscendingNode = 338.5353
orbit_Inclination = 178.3730
lighting = false
albedo = 1
orbit_visualization_period = 10401394706.0

(This is code for Stellarium 0.10.0 and 0.10.1. For version 0.9.1, replace orbit_visualization_period with sidereal_period.)

International Space Station

At the moment, Stellarium is not designed specifically for satellite tracking. Satellites are small, (relatively) fast, and their orbits are influenced by a lot of factors, so making an accurate prediction for a satellite's position is hard. This forum thread contains a discussion on how to add the ISS to ssystem.ini:

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