Stellarium  0.90.0
translations.h
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19 
20 // This file contains translations for all translatable strings stored within data files
21 // It is not meant to be compiled but just parsed by gettext
22 // names of celestial objects for screen display (Sky language) have been taken to translations_skycultures.h
23 
25 {
26  void Translations(){;}
27 
28  static translationList()
29  {
30  // Generate Gettext strings for traduction
31  Q_ASSERT(0);
32 
33  // Cardinals names
34  // TRANSLATORS: Cardinals names: North
35  N_("N");
36  // TRANSLATORS: Cardinals names: South
37  N_("S");
38  // TRANSLATORS: Cardinals names: East
39  N_("E");
40  // TRANSLATORS: Cardinals names: West
41  N_("W");
42 
43  // =====================================================================
44  // List of types solar system bodies
45  // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
46  N_("star");
47  // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
48  N_("planet");
49  // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
50  N_("comet");
51  // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
52  N_("asteroid");
53  // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
54  N_("moon");
55  // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
56  N_("plutino");
57  // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
58  N_("dwarf planet");
59  // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
60  N_("cubewano");
61  // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
62  N_("scattered disc object");
63  // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
64  N_("Oort cloud object");
65  // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
66  N_("sednoid");
67  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
68  N_("Planets");
69  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
70  N_("Comets");
71  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
72  N_("Asteroids");
73  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
74  N_("Moons");
75  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
76  N_("Plutinos");
77  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
78  N_("Dwarf planets");
79  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
80  N_("Cubewanos");
81  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
82  N_("Scattered disc objects");
83  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
84  N_("Oort cloud objects");
85  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
86  N_("Sednoids");
87  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
88  N_("Constellations");
89  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
90  N_("Custom Objects");
91  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
92  N_("Asterisms");
93 
94  // =====================================================================
95  // List of deep-sky objects types
96  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
97  N_("Bright galaxies");
98  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
99  N_("Open star clusters");
100  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
101  N_("Globular star clusters");
102  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
103  N_("Nebulae");
104  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
105  N_("Planetary nebulae");
106  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
107  N_("Dark nebulae");
108  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
109  N_("Clusters associated with nebulosity");
110  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
111  N_("HII regions");
112  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
113  N_("Reflection nebulae");
114  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
115  N_("Active galaxies");
116  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
117  N_("Radio galaxies");
118  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
119  N_("Interacting galaxies");
120  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
121  N_("Bright quasars");
122  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
123  N_("Star clusters");
124  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
125  N_("Stellar associations");
126  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
127  N_("Star clouds");
128  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
129  N_("Bipolar nebulae");
130  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
131  N_("Emission nebulae");
132  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
133  N_("Supernova remnants");
134  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
135  N_("Supernova candidates");
136  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
137  N_("Supernova remnant candidates");
138  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
139  N_("Interstellar matter");
140  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
141  N_("Emission objects");
142  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
143  N_("BL Lac objects");
144  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
145  N_("Blazars");
146  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
147  N_("Molecular Clouds");
148  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
149  N_("Young Stellar Objects");
150  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
151  N_("Possible Quasars");
152  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
153  N_("Possible Planetary Nebulae");
154  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
155  N_("Protoplanetary Nebulae");
156  // TRANSLATORS: Type of stars (for "Lists" in the search tool)
157  N_("Symbiotic stars");
158  // TRANSLATORS: Type of stars (for "Lists" in the search tool)
159  N_("Emission-line stars");
160  // TRANSLATORS: Type of stars (for "Lists" in the search tool)
161  N_("Clusters of galaxies");
162  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
163  N_("Messier Catalogue");
164  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
165  N_("Caldwell Catalogue");
166  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
167  N_("Barnard Catalogue");
168  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
169  N_("Sharpless Catalogue");
170  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
171  N_("Van den Bergh Catalogue");
172  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
173  N_("The Catalogue of Rodgers, Campbell, and Whiteoak");
174  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
175  N_("Collinder Catalogue");
176  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
177  N_("Melotte Catalogue");
178  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
179  N_("New General Catalogue");
180  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
181  N_("Index Catalogue");
182  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
183  N_("Lynds' Catalogue of Bright Nebulae");
184  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
185  N_("Lynds' Catalogue of Dark Nebulae");
186  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
187  N_("Cederblad Catalog");
188  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
189  N_("The Catalogue of Peculiar Galaxies");
190  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
191  N_("The Catalogue of Interacting Galaxies");
192  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
193  N_("The Catalogue of Galactic Planetary Nebulae");
194  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
195  N_("The Strasbourg-ESO Catalogue of Galactic Planetary Nebulae");
196  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
197  N_("A catalogue of Galactic supernova remnants");
198  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
199  N_("A Catalog of Rich Clusters of Galaxies");
200  // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
201  N_("Dwarf galaxies");
202  // TRANSLATORS: Catalogue of objects (for "Lists" in the search tool)
203  N_("Herschel 400 Catalogue");
204 
205  // =====================================================================
206  // List of stars types
207  // TRANSLATORS: Type of stars (for "Lists" in the search tool)
208  N_("Interesting double stars");
209  // TRANSLATORS: Type of stars (for "Lists" in the search tool)
210  N_("Interesting variable stars");
211  // TRANSLATORS: Type of stars (for "Lists" in the search tool)
212  N_("Bright double stars");
213  // TRANSLATORS: Type of stars (for "Lists" in the search tool)
214  N_("Bright variable stars");
215  // TRANSLATORS: Type of stars (for "Lists" in the search tool)
216  N_("Bright stars with high proper motion");
217 
218  // =====================================================================
219  // Constellation cultures
220  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
221  N_("Arabic");
222  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
223  N_("Arabic Moon Stations");
224  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
225  N_("Aztec");
226  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
227  N_("Belarusian");
228  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
229  N_("Boorong");
230  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
231  N_("Chinese");
232  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
233  N_("Egyptian");
234  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
235  N_("Hawaiian Starlines");
236  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
237  N_("Inuit");
238  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
239  N_("Indian Vedic");
240  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
241  N_("Japanese Moon Stations");
242  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
243  N_("Kamilaroi/Euahlayi");
244  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
245  N_("Korean");
246  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
247  N_("Dakota/Lakota/Nakota");
248  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
249  N_("Macedonian");
250  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
251  N_("Maori");
252  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
253  N_("Mongolian");
254  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
255  N_("Navajo");
256  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
257  N_("Norse");
258  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
259  N_("Ojibwe");
260  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
261  N_("Romanian");
262  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
263  N_("Sami");
264  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
265  N_("Sardinian");
266  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
267  N_("Siberian");
268  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
269  N_("Tukano");
270  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
271  N_("Tupi-Guarani");
272  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
273  N_("Tongan");
274  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
275  N_("Western");
276  // TRANSLATORS: Name of the sky culture
277  N_("Western (H.A.Rey)");
278 
279 
280  // =====================================================================
281  // Landscape names
282  // TRANSLATORS: Name of landscape
283  N_("Guereins");
284  // TRANSLATORS: Name of landscape
285  N_("Trees");
286  // TRANSLATORS: Name of landscape
287  N_("Moon");
288  // TRANSLATORS: Landscape name: Hurricane Ridge
289  N_("Hurricane");
290  // TRANSLATORS: Name of landscape
291  N_("Ocean");
292  // TRANSLATORS: Landscape name: Garching bei Munchen
293  N_("Garching");
294  // TRANSLATORS: Name of landscape
295  N_("Mars");
296  // TRANSLATORS: Name of landscape
297  N_("Jupiter");
298  // TRANSLATORS: Name of landscape
299  N_("Saturn");
300  // TRANSLATORS: Name of landscape
301  N_("Uranus");
302  // TRANSLATORS: Name of landscape
303  N_("Neptune");
304  // TRANSLATORS: Name of landscape
305  N_("Geneva");
306  // TRANSLATORS: Name of landscape
307  N_("Grossmugl");
308  // TRANSLATORS: Name of landscape
309  N_("Zero Horizon");
310 
311  // =====================================================================
312  // 3D landscapes (scenes) names
313  // TRANSLATORS: Name of 3D scene ("Sterngarten" is proper name)
314  N_("Vienna Sterngarten");
315  // TRANSLATORS: Name of 3D scene
316  N_("Testscene");
317 
318  // =====================================================================
319  // Script names
320  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
321  N_("Landscape Tour");
322  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
323  N_("Partial Lunar Eclipse");
324  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
325  N_("Total Lunar Eclipse");
326  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
327  N_("Screensaver");
328  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
329  N_("Solar Eclipse 2009");
330  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
331  N_("Startup Script");
332  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
333  N_("Zodiac");
334  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
335  N_("Mercury Triple Sunrise and Sunset");
336  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
337  N_("Double eclipse from Deimos in 2017");
338  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
339  N_("Double eclipse from Deimos in 2031");
340  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
341  N_("Eclipse from Olympus Mons Jan 10 2068");
342  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
343  N_("Occultation of Earth and Jupiter 2048");
344  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
345  N_("3 Transits and 2 Eclipses from Deimos 2027");
346  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
347  N_("Solar System Screensaver");
348  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
349  N_("Constellations Tour");
350  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
351  N_("Sun from different planets");
352  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
353  N_("Earth best views from other bodies");
354  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
355  N_("Transit of Venus");
356  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
357  N_("Sky Culture Tour");
358  // TRANSLATORS: Name and description of script
359  N_("Earth Events from Mercury");
360  // TRANSLATORS: Name and description of script
361  N_("Earth Events from a floating city on Venus");
362  // TRANSLATORS: Name and description of script
363  N_("Earth Events from Mars");
364  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
365  N_("Earth and other planet's Greatest Elongations and Oppositions from Mars");
366  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
367  N_("Earth and Mars Greatest Elongations and Transits from Callisto");
368  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
369  N_("Tycho's Supernova");
370  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
371  N_("Earth and other Planets from Ceres");
372  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
373  N_("Messier Objects Tour");
374  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
375  N_("Binocular Highlights");
376  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
377  N_("20 Fun Naked-Eye Double Stars");
378  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
379  N_("List of largest known stars");
380  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
381  N_("Herschel 400 Tour");
382  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
383  N_("Binosky: Deep Sky Objects for Binoculars");
384  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
385  N_("The Jack Bennett Catalog");
386  // TRANSLATORS: Name of script
387  N_("Best objects in the New General Catalog");
388 
389  // =====================================================================
390  // Script descriptions
391 
392  // TRANSLATORS: Description of the landscape tour script.
393  N_("Look around each installed landscape.");
394  // TRANSLATORS: Description of the sky culture tour script.
395  N_("Look at each installed sky culture.");
396  N_("Script to demonstrate a partial lunar eclipse.");
397  N_("Script to demonstrate a total lunar eclipse.");
398  N_("A slow, infinite tour of the sky, looking at random objects.");
399  N_("Script to demonstrate a total solar eclipse which has happened in 2009 (location=Rangpur, Bangladesh).");
400  N_("Script which runs automatically at startup");
401  N_("This script displays the constellations of the Zodiac. That means the constellations which lie along the line which the Sun traces across the celestial sphere over the course of a year.");
402  N_("Due to the quirks in Mercury's orbit and rotation at certain spots the sun will rise & set 3 different times in one Mercury day.");
403  N_("Just before Mars eclipses the sun, Phobos pops out from behind and eclipses it first. Takes place between Scorpio and Sagittarius on April 26, 2017.");
404  N_("Just before Mars eclipses the sun, Phobos pops out from behind and eclipses it first. Takes place between Taurus and Gemini on July 23, 2031.");
405  N_("Phobos eclipsing the Sun as seen from Olympus Mons on Jan 10, 2068.");
406  N_("Phobos occultations of Earth are common, as are occultations of Jupiter. But occultations of both on the same day are very rare. Here's one that takes place 1/23/2048. In real speed.");
407  N_("Phobos races ahead of Mars and transits the sun, passes through it and then retrogrades back towards the sun and just partially transits it again (only seen in the southern hemisphere of Deimos), then Mars totally eclipses the sun while Phobos transits in darkness between Mars and Deimos. When Phobos emerges from Mars it is still eclipsed and dimmed in Mars' shadow, only to light up later.");
408  N_("Screensaver of various happenings in the Solar System. 287 events in all!");
409  N_("A tour of the western constellations.");
410  N_("Look at the Sun from big planets of Solar System and Pluto.");
411  N_("Best views of Earth from other Solar System bodies in the 21st Century.");
412  N_("Transit of Venus as seen from Sydney Australia, 6th June 2012.");
413  N_("Flash of the supernova observed by Tycho Brahe in 1572. The Supernovae plugin has to be enabled.");
414  N_("Earth and other planet's Greatest Elongations and Oppositions from Mars 2000-3000");
415  N_("Earth Greatest Elongations and Transits from Callisto 2000-3000. Why Callisto? Well of the 4 Galilean Moons, Callisto is the only one outside of Jupiter's radiation belt. Therefore, if humans ever colonize Jupiter's moons, Callisto will be the one.");
416  N_("Earth the other visible Planet's Greatest Elongations and Oppositions from Ceres 2000-3000");
417  N_("A tour of Messier Objects");
418  N_("Tours around interesting objects, which accessible to observation with binoculars. The data for the script are taken from the eponymous book by Gary Seronik.");
419  N_("This script helps you make an excursion around 20 fun double stars. The list has been collected by Jerry Lodriguss and published in Sky & Telescope 09/2014. Data taken from his website, http://www.astropix.com/doubles/");
420  N_("This script helps you make an excursion around largest known stars.");
421  N_("A tour around objects from the Herschel 400 Catalogue");
422  N_("Ben Crowell has created Binosky, an observing list of Deep Sky Objects for Binoculars. In the script we give a list of these 31 objects, ordered by Right Ascension (2000.0).");
423  N_("The Jack Bennett Catalog of Southern Deep-Sky Objects (152 objects in all). The Bennett catalog was contributed by Auke Slotegraaf.");
424  N_("This list of 111 objects by A.J. Crayon and Steve Coe is used by members of the Saguaro Astronomy Club of Phoenix, AZ, for the Best of the NGC achievement award.");
425 
426  // =====================================================================
427  // List of GUI elements (Qt's dialogs)
428  N_("&Undo");
429  N_("&Redo");
430  N_("Cu&t");
431  N_("&Copy");
432  N_("&Paste");
433  N_("Delete");
434  N_("Select All");
435  N_("Look in:");
436  N_("Directory:");
437  N_("Folder");
438  N_("&Choose");
439  N_("Cancel");
440  N_("&Cancel");
441  N_("Files of type:");
442  N_("Date Modified");
443  N_("Directories");
444  N_("Computer");
445  N_("&Open");
446  N_("File &name:");
447  N_("Copy &Link Location");
448  N_("Abort");
449  N_("Ignore");
450  N_("&Basic colors");
451  N_("&Pick Screen Color");
452  N_("&Custom colors");
453  N_("&Add to Custom Colors");
454  N_("Hu&e:");
455  N_("&Sat:");
456  N_("&Val:");
457  N_("&Red:");
458  N_("&Green:");
459  N_("Bl&ue:");
460  N_("Select Color");
461  N_("Cursor at %1, %2 Press ESC to cancel");
462  }
463 };
#define N_(str)
A pseudo function call that serves as a marker for the automated extraction of messages.