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Got a partial workaround using Show to graph categories of StarData together: markerRed = Graphics[{Red, Disk[]}]; (* Plot luminosity versus mass for ClassOStar": *) classOStarMassLuminosity = ListLogLogPlot[ Tooltip[{##2}, {#1, #2, #3}] & @@@ Take[StarData[EntityClass["Star", "ClassOStar"], {"Name", "Mass", "Luminosity"}], 200], ...


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You could pick a unit for your coordinates and divide through by it: S1 = Graphics3D[Point[position[earth]/Quantity[10^6, "Kilometers"]]]; S2 = Graphics3D[Point[position[sun]/Quantity[10^6, "Kilometers"]]]; Show[S1, S2, Axes -> True, AxesLabel -> Table[Quantity[HoldForm[10^6], "Kilometers"], {3}]] Or somewhat fancier: ClearAll[powerForm]; ...


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Since version 10.0, the functions DayHemisphere[], NightHemisphere[], and DayNightTerminator[] are now built-in, and can be used with GeoGraphics[]. These three can either take a specified date, and will otherwise default to Now. One can now do things like this: GeoGraphics[{GeoStyling[GrayLevel[0, 2/3]], NightHemisphere[]}, GeoBackground -> ...


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This bug appears to be fixed as early as of version 10.3.1.



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