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WHERE CAN ONE GET GOOD BASIC ASTRONOMY SOFTWARE?

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There are several good astronomy software programs available. You do not need a telescope for basic astronomy. A PC is enough. The best software program for historical astronomy research available at an affordable price is Starry Night Pro from Space.com created by people affiliated with NASA. Starry Night Pro (but not the less expensive Starry Night Backyard) calculates astronomy as far back as 99,999 BC. Starry Night Pro 3.0 calculations of historical solar eclipses (this is dependent on the value given to Delta-T, the change in the rate of spin of the Earth over millennia) conform to results derived from the megaliths. A very popular astronomy software program is Red Shift 4 from Cinegram Media. Use of this software program for historical purposes is limited by the fact that its calculations go back only to 4700 BC. Besides, as far as we can determine, its Delta-T value is clearly wrong and thus the program is in our opinion useless for history of astronomy work. HOW DOES THE ... more
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There are several good astronomy software programs available. You do not need a telescope for basic astronomy. A PC is enough. The best software program for historical astronomy research available at an affordable price is Starry Night Pro from Space.com created by people affiliated with NASA. Starry Night Pro (but not the less expensive Starry Night Backyard) calculates astronomy as far back as 99,999 BC. Starry Night Pro 3.0 calculations of historical solar eclipses (this is dependent on the value given to Delta-T, the change in the rate of spin of the Earth over millennia) conform to results derived from the megaliths. A very popular astronomy software program is Red Shift 4 from Cinegram Media. Use of this software program for historical purposes is limited by the fact that its calculations go back only to 4700 BC. Besides, as far as we can determine, its Delta-T value is clearly wrong and thus the program is in our opinion useless for history of astronomy work. HOW DOES THE ... more
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