2012/06/01 0.11.3 Released
The Stellarium team announces the release of Stellarium version 0.11.3.
A small change was made to the Windows version which will fix some font rendering problems some people have.
Available for Windows, Mac and Linux computers, Stellarium opens to shows the sky as it looks now, from any point on Earth you specify. But you can skip ahead or backward in time, and even display the heavens from other planets -- say, from Mars, looking at the Earth.
A free download, Stellarium lets you browse the universe, see the stars from your current coordinates, and even sit back and check out the sights from the Mars Rover. In a way, it's better than the planetarium, since you can look for specific stars and planets, and match up the constellations to the signs of the zodiac.
The Stellarium team is proud to announce the release of version 0.9.1. This is primarily a bug fix and stabilisation release. Apart from bug fixes, users can expect to see improved start-up times and a new sky culture (Tupi-Guarani) as well as some progress with translations and overall stability.