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// TRANSLATORS: Type of object // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
N_("plutino"); N_("plutino");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of object // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
N_("dwarf planet"); N_("dwarf planet");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of object // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
N_("cubewano"); N_("cubewano");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of object // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
N_("scattered disc object"); N_("scattered disc object");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of object // TRANSLATORS: Type of object
N_("Oort cloud object"); N_("Oort cloud object");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of object
N_("sednoid");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Planets"); N_("Planets");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Comets"); N_("Comets");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Asteroids"); N_("Asteroids");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Moons"); N_("Moons");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Plutinos"); N_("Plutinos");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Dwarf planets"); N_("Dwarf planets");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Cubewanos"); N_("Cubewanos");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Scattered disc objects"); N_("Scattered disc objects");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Oort cloud objects"); N_("Oort cloud objects");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Sednoids");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t
ool)
N_("Constellations"); N_("Constellations");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Custom Objects"); N_("Custom Objects");
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// List of deep-sky objects types // List of deep-sky objects types
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Bright galaxies"); N_("Bright galaxies");
// TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool) // TRANSLATORS: Type of objects (for "Lists" in the search t ool)
N_("Open star clusters"); N_("Open star clusters");
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N_("A slow, infinite tour of the sky, looking at random obje cts."); N_("A slow, infinite tour of the sky, looking at random obje cts.");
N_("Script to demonstrate a total solar eclipse which has ha ppened in 2009 (location=Rangpur, Bangladesh)."); N_("Script to demonstrate a total solar eclipse which has ha ppened in 2009 (location=Rangpur, Bangladesh).");
N_("Script which runs automatically at startup"); N_("Script which runs automatically at startup");
N_("This script displays the constellations of the Zodiac. T hat means the constellations which lie along the line which the Sun traces across the celestial sphere over the course of a year."); N_("This script displays the constellations of the Zodiac. T hat means the constellations which lie along the line which the Sun traces across the celestial sphere over the course of a year.");
N_("Due to the quirks in Mercury's orbit and rotation at cer tain spots the sun will rise & set 3 different times in one Mercury day."); N_("Due to the quirks in Mercury's orbit and rotation at cer tain spots the sun will rise & set 3 different times in one Mercury day.");
N_("Just before Mars eclipses the sun, Phobos pops out from behind and eclipses it first. Takes place between Scorpio and Sagittarius o n April 26, 2017."); N_("Just before Mars eclipses the sun, Phobos pops out from behind and eclipses it first. Takes place between Scorpio and Sagittarius o n April 26, 2017.");
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."); 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.");
N_("Phobos eclipsing the Sun as seen from Olympus Mons on Ja n 10, 2068."); N_("Phobos eclipsing the Sun as seen from Olympus Mons on Ja n 10, 2068.");
N_("Phobos occultations of Earth are common, as are occultat ions of Jupiter. But occultations of both on the same day are very rare. He re's one that takes place 1/23/2048. In real speed."); N_("Phobos occultations of Earth are common, as are occultat ions of Jupiter. But occultations of both on the same day are very rare. He re's one that takes place 1/23/2048. In real speed.");
N_("Phobos races ahead of Mars and transits the sun, passes through it and then retrogrades back towards the sun and just partially tra nsits 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 M ars' shadow, only to light up later."); N_("Phobos races ahead of Mars and transits the sun, passes through it and then retrogrades back towards the sun and just partially tra nsits 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 M ars' shadow, only to light up later.");
N_("Screensaver of various happenings in the Solar System. 2 61 events in all!"); N_("Screensaver of various happenings in the Solar System. 2 87 events in all!");
N_("A tour of the western constellations."); N_("A tour of the western constellations.");
N_("Look at the Sun from big planets of Solar System and Plu to."); N_("Look at the Sun from big planets of Solar System and Plu to.");
N_("Best views of Earth from other Solar System bodies in th e 21st Century."); N_("Best views of Earth from other Solar System bodies in th e 21st Century.");
N_("Transit of Venus as seen from Sydney Australia, 6th June 2012."); N_("Transit of Venus as seen from Sydney Australia, 6th June 2012.");
N_("A demonstration of the analemma - the path of the Sun ac ross the sky during the year."); N_("A demonstration of the analemma - the path of the Sun ac ross the sky during the year.");
N_("Flash of the supernova observed by Tycho Brahe in 1572. The Supernovae plugin has to be enabled."); N_("Flash of the supernova observed by Tycho Brahe in 1572. The Supernovae plugin has to be enabled.");
N_("Earth and other planet's Greatest Elongations and Opposi tions from Mars 2000-3000"); N_("Earth and other planet's Greatest Elongations and Opposi tions from Mars 2000-3000");
N_("Earth Greatest Elongations and Transits from Callisto 20 00-3000. Why Callisto? Well of the 4 Galilean Moons, Callisto is the only o ne outside of Jupiter's radiation belt. Therefore, if humans ever colonize Jupiter's moons, Callisto will be the one."); N_("Earth Greatest Elongations and Transits from Callisto 20 00-3000. Why Callisto? Well of the 4 Galilean Moons, Callisto is the only o ne outside of Jupiter's radiation belt. Therefore, if humans ever colonize Jupiter's moons, Callisto will be the one.");
N_("Earth the other visible Planet's Greatest Elongations an d Oppositions from Ceres 2000-3000"); N_("Earth the other visible Planet's Greatest Elongations an d Oppositions from Ceres 2000-3000");
N_("A tour of Messier Objects"); N_("A tour of Messier Objects");
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