Screen shots

Images are better than a long speech (it is not of me that).


General presentation

To the right, the command panel with all its options. To the left, an example of celestial sphere with constellations, line of ecliptic, horizon and planets.

Planet's position over horizon

Positions of the various celestial bodies of the solar system over the horizon at observing location. The colour of the sky changes according to the position of the Sun.

Elongation of visible planets

Elongation of the visible planets to the naked eye with regard to the Sun over a month.

Heliocentric positions of the planets

Heliocentrique configuration of the planets in the solar system for given date.

Day and night on Earth

Day and night on the earth map (available also for Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto).

Eclipse of August 11, 1999

Partial eclipse observing in Paris and its neighborhood.

Andromede's Galaxy

The shape of Andromede's galaxy (NGC catalogue).

Track of the Hale-Bopp comet

Track of the Hale-Bopp comet in September 1999.

The Pleiades

The Pleiades, a young heap of stars Taurus constellation (with the stars from Guide Star Catalogue).

Night vision

Not to dazzle eyes, please, activate the night vision.

Sunspots observation

Apparent surface of the Sun to be able to put sunspots.

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