If you strive to keep up with the cutting edge of digital astronomical technology, then your next step is to command your computer-controlled telescope, your GPS or your DSLR camera with Astromist. Equiping your telescope with a bluetooth adapter will allow you to use your Palm as a wireless hand controller for many models of Go To Telescope like Meade, Celestron, Takahashi as well Dobsons using your favorite encoder.
- Provide Bluetooth (and infrared) control of telescope (special rebate available for Astromist register users for the complete bluetooth hardware solution).
- Up to 2,5 million of stars and 18200 deep sky objects using full catalogs,
- More than 14000 object Dreyer descriptions including a Translator to facilitate understanding,
- More than 6500 images of deep sky objects,
- Support many scope drivers (LX200, Autostar, Nexstar, Losmandy, Takahashy, etc),
- GPS compatible to get observer position and elevation using cradle or bluetooth port,
- Scope Assistant to control your scope using palm keys,
- Jupiter Assistant to get red spot, satellites or events (shadows, eclipse, etc) ephemeris,
- Moon Assistant including calendar and virtual map (more than 1400 crater, 3 level of zoom, up to 1800x1800 pixels),
- Alignment Assistant to help you to align your equatorial mount,
- CCD Assistant to compute your CCD field of view and display it inside SkyChart,
- CheckList Assistant (based on SAC checklist) to brig everything with you each time,
- Location Assistant to set up to 3 prefered location settings,
- Finder Assistant to easily browse objects.
What's new in this version:
- New sky charts including real time rotation availables on top of the previous ones,
- Comet Assistant including ephemeris, 3D solar view, dedicated Sky View for comet motion in the sky,
- Astronomy oriented date time selector (local or UT time, moon phases, Julian Date, wider year range),
- Camera control (Canon DSLR) including timer, log management serial or bluetooth control,
- New Planet Assistant Sky View to see planet moves in the sky,
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