This small patch adds few bugfixes, and was released to the public branch. It was merged with the previous patch 0.990.38.1730.
The header image is a prominent triple solar eclipse on Jupiter, occurred at January 24, 2015. This event makes noticeable a bug in SE: orientation of analytical orbits of Jovian moons was inaccurate. As a result, Callisto’s shadow missed Jupiter’s disk. This is fixed now. Note that if you plan Jupiter observations with SE, you must take into account light travel delay, which is not yet modeled by SE (35-50 minutes for Jupiter).
Build 0.990.38.1740Fixed bug with erroneous planetary systems in globular clustersFixed completely black areas on cold red giants in auto/manual exposure modeFixed incorrect orientation of orbits of Galilean moonsHapke parameters for coherent backscatter for planet surface, clouds and rings
Build 0.990.38.1730New Titan textures by retro-visorAdjusted gamma of Jupiter and Io texturesAdjusted photometric properties of Jupiter and the Galilean satellites for increased accuracyGamma correction for planet textures: parameter in catalog scripts and slider in the editorAdded ability to specify a threshold for the bloom effect (doesn’t affect anything by default).New music by LokijarFixed bug with selection of wrong screenshot file format at startupFixed displaying of incorrect axis tilt for procedural planetsFixed generation of too many extremely tilted procedural planets [pending for for 0.991]Updated localizationsUpdated exoplanet catalog (September 10, 2019)Added comet C/2019 Q4 (Borisov) and other minor bodiesAdded names for 5 recently named satellites of JupiterSolar system browser: fixed empty (globe) previews in the very long list of satellitesFixed model of the galaxy ESO 510-G13Fixed bug with displacement and flickering of star lens flares in fish eye/cylindrical/cube modes what happened in distant galaxiesFixed bug with displacement of autoexposure metering zone (other autoexposure metering bugs still exist)