Any Stargazers out there?

  Sheila-214876 16:18 11 Jan 2004
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I would like a programme like the Planetarium that shows the Sun and Planets moving around it. I have bought Astronomer for Windows - no good. Redshift - no good. Orbits - no good. Give us a clue please?

  feb 16:29 11 Jan 2004

Any of these of use?click here+

  Sheila-214876 17:26 11 Jan 2004

Thanks feb, lots there so I am going to have to try them all. Will let you know.

  Sheila-214876 17:48 11 Jan 2004

Sorry feb, but none of those are what I am looking for. I am looking for a programme that does exactly the same thing as if I went to the London Planetarium.

  Chegs ® 17:52 11 Jan 2004

click here

Any of these?

  Djohn 17:52 11 Jan 2004

Didn't Patrick Moore the amateur astronomer do one of these programs? j.

  Djohn 18:03 11 Jan 2004

click here Try this one. j.

  Sheila-214876 18:14 11 Jan 2004

Djohn, I don't know. I already have what I consider to be the best "Night Sky" programme, but it only shows the sky as I can see it from my house. What I want is a simulation of the planets moving around the sun. I have tried "patrick moore" in google but it didn't come up with much.

  Sheila-214876 18:17 11 Jan 2004

Sorry Djohn re your second post, that is not what I want either.

  Forum Editor 18:18 11 Jan 2004

at this ennuye:-

click here

  GANDALF <|:-)> 18:20 11 Jan 2004

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