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|Clear Sky Institute was founded in 1993 to create research-grade telescope control and astronomical analysis software for UNIX systems, particularly|
versions running on PC hardware. Today our flagship commercial product is
XEphem, the accurate and reliable interactive planetarium tool for
all UNIX systems including Linux, FreeBSD and Solaris.
|Last Update July 27, 2006|
Listed Since February 20, 1999
|Feedback from our users|
|Posted by jhuggins, October 12th, 2001|
|Praise:||If you run unix, this is a fine choice for sky information. Begin from a unix background, the operation of this program may intimidate those normally used to the Windows way of things. However, it does not take long to get accustom to the new control structure. So far, this program has done everything I have asked of it. I understand it can control a telescope and import real images from the Internet, but I have not tried out these features yet.|
This one is worth a look.
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