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Call: 310-328-9560 Hours: Monday-Friday 8am-4pm This warranty is valid to U.S.A. and Canadian customers who have purchased this product from an authorized Celestron dealer in the U.S.A. or Canada. Warranty service outside the U.S.A. and Canada is valid only to customers who purchased from a Celestron Distributor or authorized Dealer in the specific country and please contact them for such...
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I thought I could control this passion if I read more on astronomy and so I took a different course and started reading biographies. From Isaac Newton to Nicolas Copernicus to Galileo, I have tried to feed my love for the skies by reading the life stories of this great men and women. But the more I opened pages the more I found I wanted to know more – and more I read, libraries I visited,...
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After many years sharing my passion for astronomy on this blog, I have opened a new online telescope shop, Mile High Astronomy. Please pay a visit for all your astronomy and telescope needs. My focus with Mile High Astronomy is to provide the best guidance and support. If you find this blog...
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A specialized astronomy store providing software and specialized hardware for your needs. I highly recommend Prism 10 software to all that want to save time and money. This is the best and fastest software on the market for astrophotography and automation in my opinion and is very affordable....
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Voyager is the advanced version of our software, designed for the serious astronomer, student, telescope user. View the heavens on your computer from any place on Earth, in the Solar System, or beyond. Witness celestial events thousands of years in the past or future. Display millions of stars,...
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Powerful and fun resource for kids, exploring astronomy and other space related topics. Play games, learn through interactive applications, and much more. Learning about science should never be boring. We will take you to the moons of Jupiter, and explore the possibility of life on these distant worlds. Travel through the expanse of the universe and discover just how much SPACE there is in...
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SkyMap Software is based in Cheshire, England. The company was founded in 1990 by Chris Marriott, a professional physicist and software developer with a life-long interest in astronomy. The company's main product - 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. Welcome to the SkyMap...
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Pocket Stars - Astronomy Star Chart for Pocket PCs, Smartphones, and Windows Mobile devices with 2D and 3D views of the solar system and beyond from Nomad Electronics (Jay Alan Borseth). While working at Microsoft, I designed much of the video capture infrastructure present in Windows 3.1 / 95 / 98 / 2000 / XP. Visit this page for historical information on video capture in Windows, and to...
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The Bradstreet Observatory consists of twin 14.5-foot diameter galvaluminum Ash Domes, able to rotate 360 degrees. The shutters are designed to slide up behind the dome, with a lower shutter that lowers downward, allowing the observer to see from the horizon to the zenith. The domes are controllable not only from within the dome but also remotely from the Russell Control Room. The azimuth of...
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25 years ago I released (as shareware) the first version of my Earth Centered Universe Planetarium/Telescope Control software. At the time, it was the first such program in the world available for the (new) Microsoft Windows 3.0 operating system. It all began about 6 months earlier when I was challenged by my "mac" astronomy friends to write something as good as the Voyager software, so I did!...
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Overall this camera was an unexpected surprise. CMOS technology has really come on leaps and bounds in recent years and this is great news for the consumer. Its capability and performance go far beyond its modest price tag and when all factors are taken into account it is quite possibly the best camera presently available to those interested in imaging the Moon and planets. As amateur...
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Explanation: What has happened to Saturn's moon Iapetus? Vast sections of this strange world are dark as coal, while others are as bright as ice. The composition of the dark material is unknown, but infrared spectra indicate that it possibly contains some dark form of carbon. Iapetus also has an unusual equatorial ridge that makes it appear like a walnut. To help better understand this...
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Computes and tabulates the dates of visibility phenomena: for planets and stars first and last visibility, acronychal rising and cosmical setting; for the moon first and last visibility, and the tables provide much supplementary information. These phenomena are very useful for historical purposes. Since the computation of visibility phenomena is complex and uncertain, alternate methods are...
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Our RSpec software is a program that enables you to rapidly go from a FITS, DSLR, or video image to a calibrated spectrum graph – in real-time. Now you can see a star or planet’s spectrum graph instantly, right at your telescope! No more waiting until later to see if you got the spectrum you hoped for. Getting started in spectroscopy is easy. Use our inexpensive Star Analyser grating (link) or...
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Nightshade is simulation and visualization software for teaching and exploring astronomy, Earth science, and related topics. Download this incredible software for free. We are now starting to get feedback from users of preview versions of Nightshade NG for planetarium domes. The first Beta release of Nightshade NG is now out for participants in our planetarium Beta program! Nightshade NG is our...
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Skyhound is a developer of innovative software for astronomy. Our primary product is SkyTools 3, designed as an aid for astronomical observing. SkyTools 3 is software designed from the ground up for observing. SkyTools 3 includes a complete set of software tools for observation planning, charting, and logging. The SkyTools 3 Professional Edition adds unique and powerful tools for imaging and an...
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Second release in a month! (By the skin of my teeth 🙂 That does mean there aren’t too many new features in this one. The main changes are partial support for the Celestron Neximage cameras and potentially Imaging Source USB2 CMOS cameras, support for the cooler controls in ZWO ASI cameras and support for Point Grey GigE cameras. There are also bugfixes for the ARM7 build, Point Grey IIDC...
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The past year has seen the passings of three of my childhood “heros,” two of which were moonwalkers and the third... Kamuela, Hawai‘i – Today, W. M. Keck Observatory launched a new smartphone app to stoke the curiosity and wonder... On this, the 46th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing, take note of the following space oddity: For all of... In the arena of space collecting there are many...
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After nearly 20 years of existence, this site is undergoing a complete re-do. Some features and software may be temporarily unavailable. Bear with me during this transition, please. Free Astronomy Software: Windows/Mac software for logging your observations and finding Messier Objects. These include the following:. Book Reviews: I’ve reviewed a small number of astronomy-related books here. If a...
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A site about backyard-astronomy or amateur astronomy with data about telescopes, binoculars, astronomy books, astronomy software, observing logs, observing lists, astronomy links, the deepsky, deepsky sketches, logs and observing lists. Backyard-astro.com uses frames.
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