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PalmAtlas is an interactive star atlas you can take out into the field. Many other programs show you the night sky as it appears to the unaided eye--that's fine, but PalmAtlas puts its emphasis on showing you enough stars to lead you to your telescopic or binocular target. Search and display hundreds of deep-sky objects, the Sun, the Moon, and eight major planets from Mercury to Pluto. Zoom out to show a wide-field view of constellations, or zoom in to show dimmer stars. Either way, PalmAtlas will aid your observing.