Stellarium provides an amazing, interactive planetarium experience on your Fedora system. Combining a catalog of more than 100,000 stars with landscape imagery, atmospheric effects, a lot of math, and OpenGL, Stellarium renders the sky in real time, with sufficient quality that it is used in some planetariums (and a line of planetarium projectors). You can select your location on earth, set the date and time, toggle the landscape and atmosphere on and off, and overlay planet, nebula, and constallation labels, costellation lines, and constellation artwork. If you have a telescope with an appropriate controller, you can even interface it to Stellarium.
Best of all, despite the huge feature list, Stellarium is easy to use and tons of fun!
Installing from the command line: yum install stellarium Installing using the graphical installer: Applications > Educational Software > stellarium Menu location after installation: Applications > Graphics > Stellarium Command: /usr/bin/stellarium Upstream website:http://stellarium.org/