Worldwide Telescope Data Blog

This blog is dedicated to sharing information about using Worldwide Telescope for creating rich Earth and Sky based data visualizations and tours.

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  • Blog Post: Preliminary SDK documentation now available

    We are releasing a preview of the SDK documentations for people to get started using the WWT Web control and better documenting WTML, communities and other API's associated with WorldWide Telescope. Links to the on-line documentation can be found at http://www.worldwidetelescope.org/authoring/Developer...
  • Blog Post: How WTML files work

    WTML stands for Worldwide Telescope Markup Language. It is one of three file formats native to WWT, the others being WTT files to store tours and WWTFIG to store constellation figures. If you want to host any such files on your servers, you will need to add them to the list of mime types supported by...
  • Blog Post: WTML files for new WWT data

    Finally! The summer is almost done in the Seattle area and it will soon be ... rainy again. Rain is, of course, highly conducive to productivity as it forces folks to stay indoors and catch up on their debugging... More importantly, we've been working on improving and stabilizing the data pipeline in...
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