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"Breathtaking." Easy to use. Realistic, real-time, images. Ability to Select objects, go-to
object, follow object, rotate about your own position, or the selected object, follow selected
object while viewing another, etc. Excellent.- m. holden
Hey you wanna go check out the giant space telescope Hubble – the collaboration between the European Space Agency and NASA. Talking about Hubble – have a look at what this Australian guy has done – gone and built a 1:1 laser-cut plywood copy of it. Why?
It's ART doncha know. Love this comment -
“The cool thing is that since the artist has the plans for this thing in Illustrator, it could be easily transformed into a papercraft project.”
LOL. That's one Hubble I'd like to see.
"Excellent Simulation of Stars, Planets and Moons" It is extremely detailed with smooth
fluid animation. You can go to any planet and moon in the solar system including newly
discovered planets. You can even visit the American and Russian space stations and the
Hubble. - zior
Or you can use 3DAstronomer™ to see how the Ruskies are getting along with the Americans on the International Space Station (ISS) – the largest artificial satellite orbiting Earth. Well – it's not only Russians but Europeans and Japanese collaborating as well. A Russian spaceship carrying three astronauts – a Russian, an American and a Ninja landed safely in Kazakhstan last week. Their sixmonths gig was up. But the trip back to Earth only took three and a half hours.
Wonder what they eat on that ISS space station? Yeah...space food but I wonder if they cater for special tastes? Like Sushi and caviar and all those cabbage dishes the Reds are so fond of. Speaking of which...you know what happens when you eat a lot of cabbage don't you? In a confined space. Yeah...let's not go there. Or if you really want to know - What Would Happen If You Farted in a Space Suit.
BTW you can see the ISS with the naked eye. Its the one with the Coca-Cola neon signage (kidding). But it must be pretty big huh? I know it's expensive. Supposed to cost between 35 billion dollars to 160 billion dollars by the time it's finished at the end of next year. And get this - the ISS is believed to be the most expensive object ever created. What monetary crisis eh?
...an encyclopedia of space. It's a keeper. You can go here, there and everywhere with a
click or two. The background stars can be identified with one click, just get them in the
target and click. I also liked the click and grab feature which let one scan the entire view,
360 degrees. I must have spent an hour playing with all the menu bar options just to see
what they'd do. This program is very very easy to navigate and configure and the data it
will show is unbelievable! - nmweatherman
Here I am floatin' 'round my tin can
So yeah – with this new astronomy software 3DAstronomer™ you could zoom right up close to the space stations and see what's happening. See how the party is panning out.
Or with a few mouse clicks you can be looking at enormous galaxy clusters. There's thousands of them. And some are like 400 Million light years away. But no worries – just turn your 3DAstronomer™ to Warp Speed and you can effectively go forward in time – light years away – to visit these outer galaxies. See what I mean about getting Lost in Space? What is out there anyway? If you come across something, can you report back?
"This program provides a virtual, correctly scaled solar system on your computer. To say it's
amazing is far short of the reality! Please give it a try so that it will keep being developed."