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==Introduction==
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As of version 0.10.1, Stellarium has a new scripting engine.  This is currently in development (2012-03-19).  It is possible to test the new scripting engine if you build the latest bzr Stellarium, although please bear in mind it is not yet complete and the API will most certainly change as development continues.
  
Note: This page will replace the [[Scripts]] page when the new engine is complete, and the old page will be re-named.
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==API Documentaion==
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After building Stellarium itself from the SVN code, do "make apidoc" (you need Doxygen installed).  This will create a directory: .../stellarium/builds/doc/html which contains the API documentation in HTML format or you follow this link [http://www.stellarium.org/doc/head/index.html Doxygen-API]
  
===Introduction===
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==Scripts==
As of version 0.10.1, Stellarium has a new scripting engine.  This is currently in development  (2009-04-04). It is possible to test the new scripting engine if you build the latest SVN Stellarium, although please bear in mind it is not yet complete and the API will most certainly change as development continues.
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===From the Stellarium repository===
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-01.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/lunar_partial.ssc|name=Partial Lunar Eclipse|author=Matthew Gates|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Script to demonstrate a partial lunar eclipse.}}
  
===API Documentaion===
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-02.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/lunar_total.ssc|name=Total Lunar Eclipse|author=Matthew Gates|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Script to demonstrate a total lunar eclipse.}}
After building Stellarium itself from the SVN code, do "make apidoc" (you need Doxygen installed). This will create a directory: .../stellarium/builds/doc/html which contains the API documentation in HTML format or you follow this link [http://www.stellarium.org/doc/head/index.html Doxygen-API]
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-03.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/solar_eclipse.ssc|name=Solar Eclipse 2009|author=Matthew Gates|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Script to demonstrate a total solar eclipse which has happened in 2009 (location=Rangpur, Bangladesh).}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-04.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/landscapes.ssc|name=Landscape Tour|author=Matthew Gates|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Look around each installed landscape.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-05.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/zodiac.ssc|name=Zodiac|author=Matthew Gates|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=This script displays the constellations of the Zodiac. That means the constellations which lie along the line which the Sun traces across the celestial sphere over the course of a year.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-06.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/screensaver.ssc|name=Screensaver|author=Matthew Gates|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=A slow, infinite tour of the sky, looking at random objects.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-07.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/constellations_tour.ssc|name=Constellations Tour|author=Alexander Wolf|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=A tour via western constellations.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-08.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/analemma.ssc|name=Analemma|author=Alexander Wolf|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=A demonstration of the analemma - the path of the Sun across the sky during the year.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-09.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/earth_1.ssc|name=Earth best views from other bodies|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Best views of Earth from other Solar System bodies in the 21st Century.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-10.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/earth_2.ssc|name=Earth Events from Mercury|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.12+|description=Earth Events from Mercury.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-11.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/earth_3.ssc|name=Earth Events from Venus|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.12+|description=Earth Events from Venus.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-12.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/earth_4.ssc|name=Earth Events from Mars|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.12+|description=Earth Events from Mars.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-13.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/earth_5.ssc|name=Earth Greatest Elongations and Brilliancies from Mars|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.12+|description=Earth Greatest Elongations and Brilliancies from Mars 2000-3000.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-14.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/earth_6.ssc|name=Earth and Mars Greatest Elongations from Jupiter|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.12+|description=Earth Greatest Elongations from Jupiter 2000-3000.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-15.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/phobos_phun_1.ssc|name=Double eclipse from Deimos in 2017|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Just before Mars eclipses the sun, Phobos pops out from behind and eclipses it first. Takes place between Scorpio and Sagittarius on April 26, 2017.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-16.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/phobos_phun_2.ssc|name=Double eclipse from Deimos in 2031|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Just before Mars eclipses the sun, Phobos pops out from behind and eclipses it first. Takes place between Taurus and Gemini on July 23, 2031.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-17.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/phobos_phun_3.ssc|name=Eclipse from Olympus Mons Jan 10 2068|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Phobos eclipsing the Sun as seen from Olympus Mons on Jan 10, 2068.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-18.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/phobos_phun_4.ssc|name=Occultation of Earth and Jupiter 2048|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Phobos occultations of Earth are common, as are occultations of Jupiter. But occultations of both on the same day are very rare. Here's one that takes place 1/23/2048. In real speed.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-19.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/phobos_phun_5.ssc|name=3 Transits and 2 Eclipses from Deimos 2027|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Phobos races ahead of Mars and transits the sun, passes through it and then retrogrades back towards the sun and just partially transits it again (only seen in the southern hemisphere of Deimos), then Mars totally eclipses the sun while Phobos transits in darkness between Mars and Deimos. When Phobos emerges from Mars it is still eclipsed and dimmed in Mars' shadow, only to light up later. }}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-21.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/solar_system_screensaver.ssc|name=Solar system screensaver|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.12+|description=Screensaver of various happenings in the Solar System. 187 events in all! }}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-25.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/triple_sunrise_and_sunsets.ssc|name=Mercury Triple Sunrise and Sunset|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Due to the quirks in Mercury's orbit and rotation at certain spots the sun will rise & set 3 different times in one Mercury day. }}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-20.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/sky_cultures.ssc|name=Sky Culture Tour|author=Matthew Gates|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Look at each installed sky culture.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-22.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/sun.ssc|name=Sun from different planets|author=Alexander Wolf|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Look at the Sun from big planets of Solar System and Pluto.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-23.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/supernova.ssc|name=Tycho's Supernova|author=Alexander Wolf|license=Public Domain|compat=0.11+|description=Flash of the supernova observed by Tycho Brahe in 1572. The Supernovae plugin has to be enabled.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stellarium-script-24.jpg|url=http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~stellarium/stellarium/trunk/view/head:/scripts/transit_of_venus.ssc|name=Transit of Venus|author=Peter Hickey|license=Public Domain|compat=0.11+|description=Transit of Venus as seen from Sydney Australia, 6th June 2012.}}
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===User contributed===
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{{Package|url=http://www.datafilehost.com/download-30ffab11.html|name=Solar eclipse, 2017|author=Adam Fenley|license=|compat=0.10+|description=Shows the solar eclipse in 2017 as seen from Nashville, Tennessee.}}
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{{Package|url=http://www.stellarium.org/files/scripts/eclipse2017.ssc|name=Solar eclipse, 2017|author=Adam Fenley|license=|compat=0.10+|description=Shows the solar eclipse in 2017 as seen from Nashville, Tennessee. Fixes was added by Alexander Wolf. }}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/sts.jpg|url=http://www.stellarium.org/files/scripts/solar_type_stars.ssc|name=Solar Type Stars|author=Allen Gary|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=This script is meant for a tour the 27 stars that are of the solar spectral type G2V greater than magnitude Vmag=6.5. The program was generated using data from [http://heasarc.gsfc.nasa.gov/db-perl/W3Browse/w3table.pl?tablehead=name%3Dhipparcos&Action=More+Options Hipparcos Catalog]. All G2V stars brighter than Vmag = 6.5 HIP=Hipparos Identifier. HIP 71683 Alpha Centauri A is the only star with known extrasolar planet in this list. CSPAR-The University of Alabama in Huntsville. }}
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{{Package|url=http://www.buschhardt.de/hr-diagram.zip|name=Hertzsprung-Russel Diagramm|author=Thomas Buschhardt|license=BSD|compat=0.10+|description=First Testscript for showing some images. Many things to improve. Maybe we do a HR-Diagramm into Stellarium? Extract all 3 files into the script folder.}}
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{{Package|url=http://schdefoon.de/fileadmin/tools/solar_eclipse_1999.ssc|name=Solar eclipse in Germany 1999|author=Schdefon|license=|compat=0.10+|description=Solar eclipse August 11th, 1999 in Niefern, Germany.}}
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{{Package|url=http://schdefoon.de/fileadmin/tools/solar_eclipse_1999_de.ssc|name=Solar eclipse in Germany 1999|lang=Deutsch|author=Schdefon|license=|compat=0.10+|description=Solar eclipse August 11th, 1999 in Niefern, Germany.}}
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{{Package|url=http://schdefoon.de/fileadmin/tools/arctic_season.ssc|name=Arctic Season|author=Schdefon|license=|compat=0.10+|description=Simulation of arctic summer and arctic winter (Runtime: 4 minutes).}}
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{{Package|url=http://schdefoon.de/fileadmin/tools/Polarkreis.ssc|name=Polarkreis|author=Schdefon|license=|compat=0.10+|lang=Deutsch|description=Simulation der Jahreszeiten im noerdlichen Polarkreis (Laufzeit etwa 4 Minuten).}}
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{{Package|url=http://www.stuttle1.com/DN_Astro/DN_Stel_Scripts/Analemma_DN.ssc|name=Analemma 2009-10|author=Stephen R. Tuttle|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=An analemma over 2009-10. For this script need  [http://www.stuttle1.com/DN_Astro/DN_Stel_Scripts/statusLabel.inc statusLabel.inc] file.}}
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{{Package|url=http://www.stuttle1.com/DN_Astro/DN_Stel_Scripts/MarsRetrograde_DN.ssc|name= Mars Retrograde Motion 2009-10|author=Stephen R. Tuttle|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Mars in retrograde, 2009-10. Track the retrograde moition of Mars through the constellations of Gemini, Cancer and Leo (Vesta in retrograde as well).
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For this script need  [http://www.stuttle1.com/DN_Astro/DN_Stel_Scripts/statusLabel.inc statusLabel.inc] file.}}
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{{Package|url=http://www.stuttle1.com/DN_Astro/DN_Stel_Scripts/SaturnTour_DN.ssc|name=Tour of Saturn and its Moons|author=Stephen R. Tuttle|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=A tour of Saturn and its larger moons. Requires mods to the [http://www.stuttle1.com/DN_Astro/downloads/ssystem_DN_11_3.ini ssytem.ini] to create observing locations.
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For this script need  [http://www.stuttle1.com/DN_Astro/DN_Stel_Scripts/statusLabel.inc statusLabel.inc] file.}}
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{{Package|url=http://lamacchia.us/astro/stellarium/stell_main.html|name=What's out tonight|author=Brewster LaMacchia|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Shows information about selected objects, used as looped introduction at public observing events. Right now just for October 2010.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/sunrise.jpg|url=http://www.lowerwolfjaw.com/astro/Stellarium/sun.htm|name=Dawn/dusk/sunrise/sunset jumps|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Run the script and whenever you switch to a new day (day, week, month & year) and it will automatically go right to the dawn/dusk/sunset/sunrise.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/stars.jpg|url=http://www.lowerwolfjaw.com/astro/Stellarium/cons.htm|name=Stars and Planets Conjunctions|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=6 Scripts in all showing conjunctions between the planets and bright stars. The conjunction of stars include Aldebaran, Antares, The Beehive, The Pleiades, Regulus and Spica.}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/pev.jpg|url=http://www.lowerwolfjaw.com/astro/Stellarium/pev.htm|name=Planetary Events|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.12+|description=Script will display the selected planet's (currently only Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn ) events like Opposition, Closest Approach, Start and Stop Retrograde,  Quadratures, CoQuadratures, Superior Conjunction, Aphelion, Perihelions, Seasons, Top & bottom of Zodiac, Ring tilts and more. Includes ephemeris like Phase, rise, set, transit times, magnitudes and earth shine and more!!}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/pe.jpg|url=http://www.lowerwolfjaw.com/astro/Stellarium/pe.htm|name=Planet Ephemeris|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Script will go to the best time to view selected planet and give more ephemeris like RA and Dec from Sun, phase, rise, set, transit times, ring angle for Saturn, magnitudes and earth shine and more!!}}
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{{Package|image=http://www.stellarium.org/wikiimg/scripts/rise.jpg|url=http://www.lowerwolfjaw.com/astro/Stellarium/rise.htm|name=Rise and Set times|author=Qam1|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=The script will display Rise, transit, set, up length times and Right Ascension from the sun for 49 different bodies (Stars, planets, asteroids). This script will also display Civil Twilight, Nautical Twilight and Astronomical twilight times.}}
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{{Package|url=https://sites.google.com/site/tdsmub/Home/AllinOne1-4.ssc|name=All in one|author=Edouardo|license=Public Domain|compat=0.10+|description=Show Messier, Urban, Caldwell, Double and Carbon Stars  above the horizon (5 deg) with Magnitude option. [https://sites.google.com/site/tdsmub/Home/helpAllinOne.txt Help].}}
  
===Scripts===
 
From the Stellarium SVN repository:
 
*[http://stellarium.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/stellarium/trunk/stellarium/scripts/labels.ssc?revision=3885 Demonstration of the custom labels scripting feature]
 
*[http://stellarium.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/stellarium/trunk/stellarium/scripts/lunar_partial.ssc Partial lunar eclipse]
 
*[http://stellarium.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/stellarium/trunk/stellarium/scripts/lunar_total.ssc Total lunar eclipse]
 
*[http://stellarium.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/stellarium/trunk/stellarium/scripts/solar_eclipse.ssc Solar eclipse, 2009]
 
  
User contributed:
 
*[http://www.datafilehost.com/download-30ffab11.html Adam Fenley's solar eclipse, 2017]
 
*[http://www.buschhardt.de/hr-diagram.zip TBuschhardt's Hertzsprung-Russel-Diagramm] - extract all 3 files into the script folder
 
*Solar eclipse in Germany 1999 - ([http://schdefoon.de/fileadmin/tools/solar_eclipse_1999.ssc english] / [http://schdefoon.de/fileadmin/tools/solar_eclipse_1999_de.ssc deutsch])
 
*Simulation of arctic summer and arctic winter - ([http://schdefoon.de/fileadmin/tools/arctic_season.ssc english] / [http://schdefoon.de/fileadmin/tools/Polarkreis.ssc deutsch])
 
*[http://www.stuttle1.com/DN_Astro/StellariumScripts_DN.htm Steve Tuttle's Analemma and Mars in Retrograde Scripts]
 
 
[[Category:Scripting]][[Category:Customization]][[Category:Development]]
 
[[Category:Scripting]][[Category:Customization]][[Category:Development]]
*[http://www.lowerwolfjaw.com/astro/Stell10/oppos.zip Opposition Scripts] 11 Scripts in all. Scripts show oppositions of Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. By Qam1
 
*[http://www.lowerwolfjaw.com/astro/Stell10/ssess.zip Solar System Event Screen Saver] Script does a slide show of various past, present and future events in the solar system such as notable oppositions, conjunctions, planet groupings, eclipses, transits, occultations, etc. 85 Events in all!!!!  By Qam1
 
*[http://www.lowerwolfjaw.com/astro/Stell10/marsca.zip Mars Closest Approaches] Script displays Mars' closest approaches to Earth from 1561 to 3218. By Qam1
 
*[http://www.lowerwolfjaw.com/astro/Stell10/infge.zip Mercury and Venus Greatest Elongations] Script displays Mercury and Venus' Greatest Elongations as seen from Earth. By Qam1
 
*[http://www.lowerwolfjaw.com/astro/Stell10/efo.zip Earth from Other Planets] Scripts showing what Earth will look like from other planets in the solar system. 5 Scripts in all. By Qam1
 
1) '''Earth Best Views:''' Script contains the best date in the 21st century to view Earth from every other planet in the solar system and our moon.
 
2) '''Earth from Mercury:''' Script will show how, where and what Earth will look like during oppositions from Mercury.
 
3) '''Earth Oppositions from a floating city on Venus:''' Script will show how, where and what Earth will look like during oppositions from a floating city on Venus.
 
4) '''Earth From Mars:''' Script contains Earth's Greatest Elongations as seen from the surface of Mars for the entire 21st century.
 
5) '''Earth from Jupiter:''' Script contains Earth's Greatest Elongations as seen from Jupiter in the 21st century
 

Latest revision as of 18:39, 31 January 2014

Contents

[edit] Introduction

As of version 0.10.1, Stellarium has a new scripting engine. This is currently in development (2012-03-19). It is possible to test the new scripting engine if you build the latest bzr Stellarium, although please bear in mind it is not yet complete and the API will most certainly change as development continues.

[edit] API Documentaion

After building Stellarium itself from the SVN code, do "make apidoc" (you need Doxygen installed). This will create a directory: .../stellarium/builds/doc/html which contains the API documentation in HTML format or you follow this link Doxygen-API

[edit] Scripts

[edit] From the Stellarium repository

stellarium-script-01.jpg Partial Lunar Eclipse Matthew Gates Public Domain 0.10+ English
Script to demonstrate a partial lunar eclipse.
stellarium-script-02.jpg Total Lunar Eclipse Matthew Gates Public Domain 0.10+ English
Script to demonstrate a total lunar eclipse.
stellarium-script-03.jpg Solar Eclipse 2009 Matthew Gates Public Domain 0.10+ English
Script to demonstrate a total solar eclipse which has happened in 2009 (location=Rangpur, Bangladesh).
stellarium-script-04.jpg Landscape Tour Matthew Gates Public Domain 0.10+ English
Look around each installed landscape.
stellarium-script-05.jpg Zodiac Matthew Gates Public Domain 0.10+ English
This script displays the constellations of the Zodiac. That means the constellations which lie along the line which the Sun traces across the celestial sphere over the course of a year.
stellarium-script-06.jpg Screensaver Matthew Gates Public Domain 0.10+ English
A slow, infinite tour of the sky, looking at random objects.
stellarium-script-07.jpg Constellations Tour Alexander Wolf Public Domain 0.10+ English
A tour via western constellations.
stellarium-script-08.jpg Analemma Alexander Wolf Public Domain 0.10+ English
A demonstration of the analemma - the path of the Sun across the sky during the year.
stellarium-script-09.jpg Earth best views from other bodies Qam1 Public Domain 0.10+ English
Best views of Earth from other Solar System bodies in the 21st Century.
stellarium-script-10.jpg Earth Events from Mercury Qam1 Public Domain 0.12+ English
Earth Events from Mercury.
stellarium-script-11.jpg Earth Events from Venus Qam1 Public Domain 0.12+ English
Earth Events from Venus.
stellarium-script-12.jpg Earth Events from Mars Qam1 Public Domain 0.12+ English
Earth Events from Mars.
stellarium-script-13.jpg Earth Greatest Elongations and Brilliancies from Mars Qam1 Public Domain 0.12+ English
Earth Greatest Elongations and Brilliancies from Mars 2000-3000.
stellarium-script-14.jpg Earth and Mars Greatest Elongations from Jupiter Qam1 Public Domain 0.12+ English
Earth Greatest Elongations from Jupiter 2000-3000.
stellarium-script-15.jpg Double eclipse from Deimos in 2017 Qam1 Public Domain 0.10+ English
Just before Mars eclipses the sun, Phobos pops out from behind and eclipses it first. Takes place between Scorpio and Sagittarius on April 26, 2017.
stellarium-script-16.jpg Double eclipse from Deimos in 2031 Qam1 Public Domain 0.10+ English
Just before Mars eclipses the sun, Phobos pops out from behind and eclipses it first. Takes place between Taurus and Gemini on July 23, 2031.
stellarium-script-17.jpg Eclipse from Olympus Mons Jan 10 2068 Qam1 Public Domain 0.10+ English
Phobos eclipsing the Sun as seen from Olympus Mons on Jan 10, 2068.
stellarium-script-18.jpg Occultation of Earth and Jupiter 2048 Qam1 Public Domain 0.10+ English
Phobos occultations of Earth are common, as are occultations of Jupiter. But occultations of both on the same day are very rare. Here's one that takes place 1/23/2048. In real speed.
stellarium-script-19.jpg 3 Transits and 2 Eclipses from Deimos 2027 Qam1 Public Domain 0.10+ English
Phobos races ahead of Mars and transits the sun, passes through it and then retrogrades back towards the sun and just partially transits it again (only seen in the southern hemisphere of Deimos), then Mars totally eclipses the sun while Phobos transits in darkness between Mars and Deimos. When Phobos emerges from Mars it is still eclipsed and dimmed in Mars' shadow, only to light up later.
stellarium-script-21.jpg Solar system screensaver Qam1 Public Domain 0.12+ English
Screensaver of various happenings in the Solar System. 187 events in all!
stellarium-script-25.jpg Mercury Triple Sunrise and Sunset Qam1 Public Domain 0.10+ English
Due to the quirks in Mercury's orbit and rotation at certain spots the sun will rise & set 3 different times in one Mercury day.
stellarium-script-20.jpg Sky Culture Tour Matthew Gates Public Domain 0.10+ English
Look at each installed sky culture.
stellarium-script-22.jpg Sun from different planets Alexander Wolf Public Domain 0.10+ English
Look at the Sun from big planets of Solar System and Pluto.
stellarium-script-23.jpg Tycho's Supernova Alexander Wolf Public Domain 0.11+ English
Flash of the supernova observed by Tycho Brahe in 1572. The Supernovae plugin has to be enabled.
stellarium-script-24.jpg Transit of Venus Peter Hickey Public Domain 0.11+ English
Transit of Venus as seen from Sydney Australia, 6th June 2012.

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Screenshot not available Solar eclipse, 2017 Adam Fenley N/A 0.10+ English
Shows the solar eclipse in 2017 as seen from Nashville, Tennessee.
Screenshot not available Solar eclipse, 2017 Adam Fenley N/A 0.10+ English
Shows the solar eclipse in 2017 as seen from Nashville, Tennessee. Fixes was added by Alexander Wolf.
sts.jpg Solar Type Stars Allen Gary Public Domain 0.10+ English
This script is meant for a tour the 27 stars that are of the solar spectral type G2V greater than magnitude Vmag=6.5. The program was generated using data from Hipparcos Catalog. All G2V stars brighter than Vmag = 6.5 HIP=Hipparos Identifier. HIP 71683 Alpha Centauri A is the only star with known extrasolar planet in this list. CSPAR-The University of Alabama in Huntsville.
Screenshot not available Hertzsprung-Russel Diagramm Thomas Buschhardt BSD 0.10+ English
First Testscript for showing some images. Many things to improve. Maybe we do a HR-Diagramm into Stellarium? Extract all 3 files into the script folder.
Screenshot not available Solar eclipse in Germany 1999 Schdefon N/A 0.10+ English
Solar eclipse August 11th, 1999 in Niefern, Germany.
Screenshot not available Solar eclipse in Germany 1999 Schdefon N/A 0.10+ Deutsch
Solar eclipse August 11th, 1999 in Niefern, Germany.
Screenshot not available Arctic Season Schdefon N/A 0.10+ English
Simulation of arctic summer and arctic winter (Runtime: 4 minutes).
Screenshot not available Polarkreis Schdefon N/A 0.10+ Deutsch
Simulation der Jahreszeiten im noerdlichen Polarkreis (Laufzeit etwa 4 Minuten).
Screenshot not available Analemma 2009-10 Stephen R. Tuttle Public Domain 0.10+ English
An analemma over 2009-10. For this script need statusLabel.inc file.
Screenshot not available Mars Retrograde Motion 2009-10 Stephen R. Tuttle Public Domain 0.10+ English
Mars in retrograde, 2009-10. Track the retrograde moition of Mars through the constellations of Gemini, Cancer and Leo (Vesta in retrograde as well).

For this script need statusLabel.inc file.

Screenshot not available Tour of Saturn and its Moons Stephen R. Tuttle Public Domain 0.10+ English
A tour of Saturn and its larger moons. Requires mods to the ssytem.ini to create observing locations.

For this script need statusLabel.inc file.

Screenshot not available What's out tonight Brewster LaMacchia Public Domain 0.10+ English
Shows information about selected objects, used as looped introduction at public observing events. Right now just for October 2010.
sunrise.jpg Dawn/dusk/sunrise/sunset jumps Qam1 Public Domain 0.10+ English
Run the script and whenever you switch to a new day (day, week, month & year) and it will automatically go right to the dawn/dusk/sunset/sunrise.
stars.jpg Stars and Planets Conjunctions Qam1 Public Domain 0.10+ English
6 Scripts in all showing conjunctions between the planets and bright stars. The conjunction of stars include Aldebaran, Antares, The Beehive, The Pleiades, Regulus and Spica.
pev.jpg Planetary Events Qam1 Public Domain 0.12+ English
Script will display the selected planet's (currently only Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn ) events like Opposition, Closest Approach, Start and Stop Retrograde, Quadratures, CoQuadratures, Superior Conjunction, Aphelion, Perihelions, Seasons, Top & bottom of Zodiac, Ring tilts and more. Includes ephemeris like Phase, rise, set, transit times, magnitudes and earth shine and more!!
pe.jpg Planet Ephemeris Qam1 Public Domain 0.10+ English
Script will go to the best time to view selected planet and give more ephemeris like RA and Dec from Sun, phase, rise, set, transit times, ring angle for Saturn, magnitudes and earth shine and more!!
rise.jpg Rise and Set times Qam1 Public Domain 0.10+ English
The script will display Rise, transit, set, up length times and Right Ascension from the sun for 49 different bodies (Stars, planets, asteroids). This script will also display Civil Twilight, Nautical Twilight and Astronomical twilight times.
Screenshot not available All in one Edouardo Public Domain 0.10+ English
Show Messier, Urban, Caldwell, Double and Carbon Stars above the horizon (5 deg) with Magnitude option. Help.
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