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Stargazing with Open Source – Three FOSS apps

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We love space exploration here at Linux User, and we’re highlighting three of the best pieces of Open Source Software that will get you exploring the Universe.

Stellarium

A good nights stargazing requires some planning, and Stellarium allows you to set your exact location and planned time so you can know when and where to look for all significant objects in the night sky.

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