Virtual Moon Atlas

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abramson
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Virtual Moon Atlas

Post #1by abramson » 16.11.2012, 02:20

For Celestians that enjoy observing the universe besides simulating it:

Virtual Moon Atlas has a major update as of today, with version 6. Virtual Moon Atlas is one of the finest pieces of software for the amateur astronomer, a comprehensive observing tool for Moon watchers. One of its authors is Patrick Chevalley, who is behind another indispensable tool, Cartes du Ciel. Both are free and available in several languages.

Guillermo

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Re: Virtual Moon Atlas

Post #2by BobHegwood » 16.11.2012, 12:12

abramson wrote:For Celestians that enjoy observing the universe besides simulating it:

Virtual Moon Atlas has a major update as of today, with version 6. Virtual Moon Atlas is one of the finest pieces of software for the amateur astronomer, a comprehensive observing tool for Moon watchers. One of its authors is Patrick Chevalley, who is behind another indispensable tool, Cartes du Ciel. Both are free and available in several languages.

Guillermo

Just wanted to thank you for this post...
Some amazing software available here for multiple operating systems, and
some amazing views of the known universe can be had - even by the
Brain-Dead. :wink:

Again, thanks very much.
Take care, Bob
Brain-Dead Geezer Bob is now using...
Windows Vista Home Premium, 64-bit on a
Gateway Pentium Dual-Core CPU E5200, 2.5GHz
7 GB RAM, 500 GB hard disk, Nvidia GeForce 7100
Nvidia nForce 630i, 1680x1050 screen, Latest SVN


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