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SKY VIEWING
SOLAR SYSTEM
THE SUN
MERCURY
VENUS
EARTH
THE MOON
MARS
JUPITER
SATURN
URANUS
NEPTUNE
SMALLER WORLDS
STELLAR OBJECTS
EXOPLANETS
DEEP-SKY OBJECTS
SCALE OF THE COSMOS
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When the larger photos and videos open, remember that they barely begin to "scratch the surface" in revealing what SkyMarvel's add-ons and scripts have to offer!  Hang on for the rides of your life!  Your screen will be filled with "eye-popping" color and mesmerizing motion, as you begin to behold the wonders of CELESTIA's incomparable universe in stunning 3D!  And it's all at your command!


Want to make movies of your interstellar voyages?  With the Windows version of CELESTIA it's remarkably easy!


WINDOWS vs MAC

To produce videos like these you will need a Windows version of CELESTIA, as the current Mac versions do not include the ability to capture video.  However, all Windows and Mac versions do permit capturing any of CELESTIA's screens as a JPG image.


Making astronomy videos in CELESTIA may not make you an award-winning director, but it might just get you started!


Our library of videos here at SkyMarvels™ is beginning to grow.  If you would like to see a video on a particular aspect of the heavens, just  let us know.  We'll take all requests under advisement.


 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Be sure to take a moment to also check out our  Bonuses  page, where you will find videos, wallpapers and much more that you can download.


CELESTIA'S LINKS

Of all of CELESTIA's many and varied features, one of its most powerful and useful is its ability to easily create links that you can run from right here at SkyMarvels™.  If CELESTIA 1.6.x or 1.4.1 is running in an open window on your computer, clicking on these links will display their cosmic destinations in CELESTIA's open window!  Just click on the link for the CELESTIA version that you have open, and you will be whisked instantly to events and locales throughout the universe!

As part of this Gallery, a few example links are included below.  These will transport you to some of the most intriguing and dazzling places and events we have found in CELESTIA!  Enjoy!  (Click here  for more info about CELESTIA's links.)

Jupiter: a mutual eclipse of two moons occurs during a simultaneous triple Solar Eclipse  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).  And here it is from another angle  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).  WOW!

Saturn: a beautiful alignment of four of its major moons  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).  And here it is from another angle  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).  AWESOME!

Mercury: an engaging double sunrise on this essentially atmosphere-free inner planet  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).

Venus: a transit of the Sun, (the "apparent" curve in its path is caused by "tracking" the Sun)  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).

Earth's Moon: "ahead of it" as it moves through Earth's shadow (total lunar eclipse)  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).

Mars: moon Phobos transits the Sun as viewed from the surface of the Red Planet  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).  And here both Phobos and Deimos transit the Sun at the same time  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).

Mars: historic transit of Jupiter just before sunrise  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).

Saturn: another convergence of moons, this stunning one on the planet's limb (edge)  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).  GORGEOUS!

Uranus: a simultaneous triple Solar Eclipse  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).

Neptune: moon Triton's shadow crosses the Great Blue Spot  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).  And here it is from the side and zoomed out (Triton is near top-right)  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).

Ida and Dactyl: binary asteroid  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).

Alpha Aurigae: multiple star system  (1.6.x)   (1.4.1).

Gliese 896: an impressive multiple star system  (1.6.x)  (1.6.x w/star orbits)   (1.4.1).


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