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Posted: 19.07.2019, 07:30
by gironde
It must exist somewhere where it has existed. I have the entry in the file celestia.cfg:
HDCrossIndex "catalogs/dat/hdxindex.dat"
SAOCrossIndex "catalogs/dat/saoxindex.dat"
GlieseCrossIndex "catalogs/dat/gliesexindex.dat"
(catalogs/ or data/ or …)
I only noticed yesterday that I was cleaning up my files.
Maybe it comes from the Celestia EPV3 version of the Russian site!

:sad:

Posted: 03.08.2019, 23:47
by nickroffical
hmm sound good!
Hmm, what exactly?
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Posted: 12.08.2019, 23:13
by fyr02
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Thestias/Pollux b

Posted: 01.04.2020, 01:25
by SevenSpheres
I guess one-off STCs might as well be posted here. LAMOST J040643.69+542347.8 is a rapidly rotating O-star that was recently discussed on the Discord; here's an STC file for it generated with the CelestiaWriter utility. The oblateness is calculated based on guesses about its mass and radius.

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"LAMOST J040643.69+542347.8" {
   RA 61.682058
   Dec 54.396626
   Distance 29033.75481
   AppMag 13.069
   SpectralType "O6.5V"
   Radius 7381204
   SemiAxes [ 1 0.521 1 ]
   UniformRotation {
      Period 23.8567245484029
   }
   InfoURL "https://arxiv.org/abs/2003.13891"
}


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