Commit c26b8edb authored by Tomasz Buchert's avatar Tomasz Buchert

d/copyright: update

parent 91e6915b
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Upstream-Name: Stellarium
Upstream-Contact: Fabien Chéreau <fchereau@eso.org>
Upstream-Contact: Fabien Chéreau <fabien.chereau@gmail.com>
Source: http://sourceforge.net/projects/stellarium/files/latest/download
Files: *
Copyright: (C) 2002-2010 Fabien Chéreau et al.
Copyright: (C) 2002-2014 Fabien Chéreau et al.
License: GPL-2+
This package is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
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sources are available on the Sky and Telescope web site.
(code "offered as-is and without support.")
1.4 The Delta-T calculations
For implementation of calculate values of Delta-T we used next sources:
For implementation of calculation routines for Delta-T we used the following sources:
[1] Delta-T webpage by Rob van Gent: http://www.staff.science.uu.nl/~gent0113/deltat/deltat.htm
[2] "Five Millennium Canon of Solar Eclipses", Espenak and Meeus
http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/SEhelp/deltatpoly2004.html
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[21] DeltaT webpage by V. Reijs: http://www.iol.ie/~geniet/eng/DeltaTeval.htm
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2. Included source code
2.1 Some computation of the sideral time (sideral_time.h/c) and pluto
2.1 Some computation of the sideral time (sidereal_time.h/c) and pluto
orbit contains code from the libnova library (LGPL) by Liam Girdwood.
2.2 The orbit.cpp/h and solve.h files are directly borrowed from
Celestia (Chris Laurel). (GPL license)
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4.4 Moon texture map was combined from maps by USGS Astrogeology Research Program,
http://astrogeology.usgs.gov (Public Domain, DFSG-free) and by Lunar
surface textures from Celestia, based on Clementine data (Public Domain).
4.5a Jupiter map, Saturn map and ring textures created by Björn Jónsson:
4.5a Saturn map and ring textures created by Björn Jónsson:
"All the planetary maps available on these pages are publicly
available. You do not need a special permission to use them but if
you do then please mention their origin in your work [..]"
4.5b The Rhea, Amalthea, Proteus and Triton maps and rings of Uranus and
Neptune are from Celestia (http://shatters.net/celestia/) under the
4.5b Jupiter map created by James Hastings-Trew from Cassini data. "The
maps are free to download and use as source material or resource
in artwork or rendering (CGI or real time)."
4.5c The Venus, Amalthea, Proteus, Triton, Iapetus and Phoebe maps and
rings of Uranus and Neptune are from Celestia
(http://shatters.net/celestia/) under the
GNU General Purpose License, version 2 or any later version:
- Venus is from Björn Jónsson and modified by RVS.
- Amalthea is a shaded relief map by Phil Stooke, colored by
Wm. Robert Johnston
Wm. Robert Johnston.
(http://www.johnstonsarchive.net/spaceart/cylmaps.html),
and further modified by Jens Meyer and Grant Hutchison.
- The Proteus map is from Phil Stooke.
- Triton is probably from David Seal's site (see below),
modified by Chris Laurel and Grant Hutchison.
- Iapetus and Phoebe maps are from dr. Fridger Schrempp (t00fri).
4.5d Mercury map is produced by NASA from Messenger data and modified
and colored by RVS.
4.5e Europa, Io and Callisto maps are created by John van Vliet from PDS
data and modified by RVS. License: cc-by-sa.
4.5f Ganymede map is from USGS and modified by RVS. Public domain.
4.5g Tethys, Dione, Rhea, Enceladus and Mimas maps are created by NASA
(CICLOPS team) from Cassini data, colored by RVS. Public domain.
4.5h Hyperion map created by John van Vliet from PDS data, modified by
RVS. License: cc-by-sa.
4.5 All other planet maps from David Seal's site:
http://maps.jpl.nasa.gov/ see license in section 10.3
4.6 The fullsky milky way panorama is created by Axel Mellinger,
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4.14 The folder icon derived from the Tango Desktop Project, used under
the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Share-Alike
license.
4.15 Images of NGC281, NGC5139, NGC6543, NGC6960, NGC7023, NGC7317, NGC7318,
NGC7319, NGC7320, NGC7331, IC4601, IC4592
4.15 Images of NGC281, NGC5139, NGC6543, NGC6960, NGC7023, NGC7317, NGC7319,
NGC7320, IC4601, IC4592
from Andrey Kuznetsov, Kepler Observatory
http://kepler-observatorium.ru
License: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported
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4.18 Images of IC1805, IC1848, NGC6888
from Steve Tuttle
http://www.stuttle1.com/
4.19 Images of IC2944, IC4628, M20, M21, M47
4.19 Images of IC2944, IC4628, M20, M21, M47, NGC2467
from Trevor Gerdes
http://sarcasmogerdes.dyndns.org/
4.20 Images of IC2118, NGC1532
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NGC6744, NGC6752, NGC6822, NGC7293
from Philip Montgomery
http://www.kenthurst.bigpondhosting.com/
4.24 The Vesta map from NASA's Photojournal site:
http://photojournal.jpl.nasa.gov/ see license in section 10.3
4.25 Images of NGC7318, NGC7331, M3, M13, M51, M63, M64, M78, M81, M82,
M101, M105
from Peter Vasey, Plover Hill Observatory
http://www.madpc.co.uk/~peterv/
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9. LICENSE
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