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post Oct 30 2005, 05:44 PM
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Years ago, on my old 486, I had a really cool application which would show you exactly what was in the sky from a given location at any given date and time. It would also give you information on all the astral bodies when you passed the mouse over it - its name and designation, when it would rise and set that day, stuff like that. Does anybody know where I can get something like that again?


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post Oct 30 2005, 06:12 PM
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This link might help:

http://astro.nineplanets.org/astrosoftware.html

Also, I think Redshift was a good one from 486 era but I only remember it from a cover disk - I've never actually used it.


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