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PostSubject: Read the Stars   Sat Jul 31, 2010 12:29 am

Thought I'd share with you this free gem I know you will love to use. Whether you run windows, linux, mac you will want this. I have this on my windows xp machine and want you to understand they have older versions you can install. The latest 10.5 version runs a little slow on my xp 3.0 ghz cpu with 2 gigs ram and I may roll this version back to an earlier version which I had on my pc that worked flawlessly. I leave that choice up to you. Now here it tis.


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PostSubject: Re: Read the Stars   Thu Aug 05, 2010 2:57 am

Demo of stellarium



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PostSubject: nice program   Thu Aug 26, 2010 12:21 am

Tks gigas!
I got it. To bad I can't walk out side an see the stars.
Just the bright ones and the planets.
When I moved here it was country no lights
Now I got light polution out the ying/yang.
Including a par 3 golf course with (you guessed it) night lights.
Though I am located on a flight path for the commercail stuff.
They fly with thier landing lights on.

Sigh isn't progress wonderfull

I remain saddened by another lose.

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PostSubject: Re: Read the Stars   Thu Aug 26, 2010 2:57 pm

I know what you mean davefair. It used to be total darkness here to, till they put up street lights and a school across the way. This program is still a good aid on those nights where you see a bright star and wonder what that is.
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