Stellarium is an open-source planetarium in 3D, available for the three main operating systems, where you can observe the night sky as though you were looking through a telescope.

Stellarium brings astronomer-level features to stargazers of all levels of interest. It’s not quite as robust as its competitors, but it’s also a much faster program.

With Stellarium, you will get access to over 600,000 stars, a realistic Milky Way, illustrations and asterisms of the constellations.

All things considered, Stellarium is without any doubt the best open source planetarium software for GNU/Linux platforms.

The fact of the matter is that it is actually the only one of its kind and does a very good.

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