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A Chinese (Simplified) Version of Celestia User’s Handbook
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Author:  Celestial Phineas [ Sun, 03-08-14, 10:47 GMT ]
Post subject:  A Chinese (Simplified) Version of Celestia User’s Handbook

Hi, all.
I don't know whether it is alright to share my translation/writing here. After 1.7 years hard work, I finally finished my handbook on Celestia, which referenced a lot tutorials and documents.
It is not only a book on basic use, i.e. a User's Guide, but also a variety of add-on development skills is introduced.
The site of this handbook:
http://tieba.baidu.com/p/3205935591

And special thanks to:
Celestia Dev. Team, especially Chris Laurel
@楚留香宋甜儿
Fridger Schrempp
John Van Vliet
@shany08
Ulrich Adirondack
@闲评秋月春风
@o0小甜甜姐姐0o

I've just filled in the upload form at Celestia MotherLode. I don't know if Ulrich Adirondack and John Van Vliet have already know...

Attachments:
File comment: The cover of the book, viewed with Adobe Reader on my Tablet PC
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Author:  t00fri [ Sun, 03-08-14, 12:07 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: A Chinese (Simplified) Version of Celestia User’s Handbo

Looking good... (as much as I can tell ;-) )

Fridger

Author:  Celestial Phineas [ Sun, 03-08-14, 13:07 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: A Chinese (Simplified) Version of Celestia User’s Handbo

t00fri wrote:
Looking good... (as much as I can tell ;-) )

Fridger

Thank you, Dr Schrempp. I did try my best to make it "look good". In fact, in my last 1.7 year, I've really learnt a lot, about Celestia, about astronomy, and about 3D visualization...
I have a great interest in art design stuff... And I used to be an art editor of our school newspaper. ;)
But I've just tried more than looking good. I've ever read some not-very-formal Celestia guide in Chinese, and I should say some of these authors cannot really tell what is oblateness and what is eccentricity... At first, I aimed to write to guide newbies, but later on, I find I should do more. I tried my best to make the translation accurate. So I started my hard journey on searching the web to find the right things.
Now it is done. I can enjoy my senior year and prepare for my college entrance.

Author:  Celestial Phineas [ Sun, 03-08-14, 13:54 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: A Chinese (Simplified) Version of Celestia User’s Handbo

Well, everyone...
Here is the download link, I'm not sure if Baidu Cloud can be viewed in English...
http://pan.baidu.com/s/1i3mm7sT
In Chinese language, with xps, pdf and docx formats available.
The following is the contents of the book:

Chapter 1 The start of the exploration. -A user guide with an outline similar to that of Frank Gregorio's, but not a translation at all.
1.1 What's Celestia?
1.2 The installation of Celestia
Supplementary Reading: Other brilliant astronomy programs
1.3 Simple usages
1.4 Trek in the universe
SR: Spectral type of the stars

Chapter 2 Advanced usages and preparations of add-on development
2.1 Installation of add-ons
SR: Celestia EDU Readme (Extracts)
2.2 Files of Celestia
2.3 Preparation for add-on development

Chapter 3 SSC basics
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Basic parameters
3.3 The description of bodies' shape
3.4 The description of bodies' motion
3.5 The description of bodies' appearance
(the word description might be translated as defination in English)
SR: Atmosphere scattering

Chapter 4 Add-on development practice
4.1 Planetary System
4.2 Spacecraft
SR: Calculation of satellites' orbits
4.3 Artistic designs of textures
4.4 Modyfying add-ons, debugging and releasing
SR: Editting mode

Appendix
1 GPL
2 Key chart
3 Cel
4 Celx and LUA
5 Greece Alphabet and Constellation Chart
6 SI
7 Constants
8 The development of atmosphere scattering - translated from a topic at shatters, by Chris Laurel, Fridger Schrempp, et al.

Author:  John Van Vliet [ Sun, 03-08-14, 21:18 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: A Chinese (Simplified) Version of Celestia User’s Handbo

in a few days i will be checking them for the motherload
should be no issues
it is just i am a bit on the paranoid side when it comes to pdf's and Microsoft .docx's files and SECURITY

Author:  Celestial Phineas [ Mon, 04-08-14, 0:02 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: A Chinese (Simplified) Version of Celestia User’s Handbo

John Van Vliet wrote:
in a few days i will be checking them for the motherload
should be no issues
it is just i am a bit on the paranoid side when it comes to pdf's and Microsoft .docx's files and SECURITY

Thanks, sir. That will be very nice of you...
I am a little bit iffy on the issue that if docx will be displayed in a right way on office suites for Linux... I just find that all my docx-s and ppt-x do not look good on programs for Linux.

Author:  John Van Vliet [ Sun, 10-08-14, 3:05 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: A Chinese (Simplified) Version of Celestia User’s Handbo

all the docs look fine on LibreOffice and the opensource PDF editor " Okular "

Author:  Celestial Phineas [ Mon, 11-08-14, 13:50 GMT ]
Post subject:  Re: A Chinese (Simplified) Version of Celestia User’s Handbo

Awesome. I think I should change mine... some day.
John Van Vliet wrote:
all the docs look fine on LibreOffice and the opensource PDF editor " Okular "

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