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Oct 18 2006 06:53 AM | BillNJA in Special Intrest Software
Having just purchased my very first digital SLR camera, I ordered Mr. Lodriguss newest incarnation, a $40 CD book titled "A Guide to Astrophotography with Digital SLR cameras".
Mar 18 2005 09:16 AM | Peter Argenziano in Special Intrest Software
This two-disc set is a digital version of an atlas originally published in 1967 by the University of Arizona’s Lunar and Planetary Institute. All images were taken with two telescopes: a 61-inch NASA instrument at Catalina Observatory and the US Naval Observatory’s 61-inch Astrometric Reflector Telescope. This entire atlas is also available for viewing online.
Mar 18 2005 09:14 AM | Guest in Special Intrest Software
Guide 8 (http://www.projectpluto.com) is the most advanced, feature-rich star charting software available today. It also incorporates some of the most accurate sources of data for stars and deep sky objects, making its maps significantly more reliable than average.