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Where is M13 is a revolutionary new astronomy application that helps you visualize the 3-D locations and physical properties of common deep sky objects. Using paired face-on and edge-on views, the Galaxy View shows you where that cluster or nebula you enjoy viewing in your telescope is actually located relative to the center and plane of the Galaxy, providing a unique three-dimensional perspective of the Galaxy. The Sky View shows you where the objects displayed in the Galaxy View are located in the night sky, using a star map plotted in galactic coordinates. This use of galactic coordinates, rather than the more common equatorial coordinates, helps you really understand the relationship between what you see in the night sky and an object's galactic location. We think you'll find that Where is M13? literally adds another dimension to your night sky observing.
Price USD19
License Free to try
File Size 1.21 MB
Version 1.4.1
Operating System Windows 2000 Windows NT Windows Windows XP
System Requirements Windows NT/2000/XP, Java 1.4 or higher
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