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LunarPhase Pro LunarPhase Pro
Description: New Version 3 Release. Predict a wide range of lunar phenomena. Plan for observing sessions. Database of over 9,000 lunar features with over 800 observing notes. Interactive Moon Atlas show both near and far sides. Zoom, pan and print out maps. Free demo.

Record Last Updated: 23-Aug-2006 | Clicks: 2487

 

MyStars! Shareware for Stargazers MyStars! Shareware for Stargazers
Description: MyStars! is a scientifically rigorous, yet fun and educational Windows astronomy program that helps you visualize and locate the positions of stars, planets, comets, minor planets, and Messier (M) objects from any location on earth and any date/time from BC 2000 to AD 6000.
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Record Last Updated: 26-Jun-2001 | Clicks: 1952

 

NGCView NGCView
Description: NGCView is a software tool for the astronomical observer. If you own a telescope, you'll want to own NGCView. PC

Record Last Updated: 12-Jun-2000 | Clicks: 2021

 

NOAA Solar Calculators NOAA Solar Calculators
Description: Need to know exactly what time the sun will set on Sept. 26, 2065? Or when it rose in 565 BC? How about the length of daylight a week from Tuesday in Albuquerque, N. M.? These web-based calculators have been updated, estimated to be accurate "from 1,000 BC to 3,000 AD."

Record Last Updated: 9-Mar-2001 | Clicks: 1440

 

Online Stellar Simulator Online Stellar Simulator
Description: [SITE OFF-LINE: We're checking on it's status. 1/7/2004] Point and click stellar simulation, step ahead in time to see when stars will come into view. (Ed. Note: Interface can be confusing and will hopefully be explained on the site in the future.)

Record Last Updated: 30-Mar-2003 | Clicks: 1349

 

Planets Explorer Planets Explorer
Description: An interactive 3D simulator of the Solar System which provides real time, highly realistic representations of planets and satellites.

Record Last Updated: 28-Jun-2002 | Clicks: 1679

 

PlanetWatch Solar System Atlas PlanetWatch Solar System Atlas
Description: PlanetWatch is a colorful, multimedia atlas of the solar system for Microsoft Windows. With PlanetWatch you can learn about each planet's motions, atmospheres, geology, and internal structure.

Record Last Updated: 11-Aug-2000 | Clicks: 1790

 

Power Age Sky Simulator Power Age Sky Simulator
Description: Full featured planetarium software. Plot the positions of the Sun, Moon, and planets, comets and asteroids, 2.5 million stars, and more than 13,000 deep-sky objects.

Record Last Updated: 6-Feb-2002 | Clicks: 1960

 

Sky Map Software Sky Map Software
Description: The SkyMap planetarium (after which the company is named) - was first released in February 1993 and is now a market leader in this very competitive field.
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Record Last Updated: 12-Jun-2000 | Clicks: 3135

 

SolStation.com SolStation.com
Description: SolStation.com provides information and software for those interested in astronomy and in writing, education, or entertainments related to science or speculative fiction. Check out 3-d maps of nearby starsystems and more.

Record Last Updated: 20-Nov-2002 | Clicks: 1326

 

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