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3D Astronomy Space Software

 

"Makes for an awesome learning tool for astronomy students and enthusiasts. I love the view cube display and the zoom out universe feature." —Adrian B., Cebu City, Philippines

 
 
 

Visualization and Navigation Software for Our Sector of the Milky Way Galaxy

 
 
Dune card game art © Five Rings Publishing/Wizards of the Coast

Do you know what the constellations look like from Dune (Arrakis)? Would you know how to find your way back to Earth from there? With this software, and optional (free) Dune tag files, you will.

Dune universe

Starship Enterprise, Star Trek emblem - © Paramount/CBS

Do you know what the constellations look like from Vulcan? Would you know how to find your way back to Earth from there? With this software, and optional (free) Star Trek tag files, you will.

Star Trek universe

Touch the Stars: Emergence cover - Roanhorse universe and Stars in the NeighborHood software

The final, desperate battle with the alien, Vormin Kark was planned near Gliese 1096. Do you know what the constellations look like from there? Would you know how to find your way back to Earth from there? With this software, and optional (free) Roanhorse tag files, you will.

Roanhorse universe

 
 

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Only $19.95

  • 3D astronomy tool for exploring our region of the Milky Way galaxy.
  • Over 16,000 local stars and dozens of nearby planets.
  • Easy to buy—with your debit or credit card, or PayPal account.
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  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed or full refund (within first 30 days).
  • Instant download.
  • Full developer support.
  • Free upgrades.

 
 

Space software download for Windows. Requirements: 6.4 MB of RAM, 8.8 MB Hard Disk space.

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Contact Me. I'm happy to help, but I also respect your privacy. I will never sell, trade or give away your information. See my privacy policy for more information. —Carl Martin

 
 
 
 

More views of the software...

 
 
Stars in the NeighborHood space software detail: Sky View of Orion from Earth

Orion as seen from Earth, viewed in Stars in the NeighborHood space software. Click on the image to see full-size.

Stars in the NeighborHood space software detail: Alien Sky View of Orion from Alpha Centauri

Orion as seen from Alpha Centauri, viewed in Stars in the NeighborHood space software. Notice the distortions of the constellation. Also notice the bright, blue-greenish star next to Betelgeuse. Can you guess which star this is? Click on the image to see full-size.

Stars in the NeighborHood space software detail: Alien Sky View of Orion from Alpha Centauri, distance mode

Distance mode view of Orion as seen from Alpha Centauri, viewed in Stars in the NeighborHood space software. The large, bluish-green dot marks nearby Sirius invading the constellation next to Betelgeuse. The largest dot represents nearby Alpha Centauri C, also known as Proxima Centauri. Click on the image to see full-size.

 
 

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