w

Provides realtime position of the Sun in Alt/Az and RA/Dec corordinates in real time

w

Calculates and displays Sun's Rise, Set and Transit times

w

Displays a Daily View diagram for the sun showing when it's above the horizon and hourly Azimuth and Altitude figures

w

Sun rise and set times calculated as part of monthly ephemeris

w

Calculates and displays Start and End times for Civil, Nautical and Astronomical Twilight

w

Twilight times are calculated as part of the monthly ephemeris

w

Calendar printout for the selected month which includes for each day: the lunar phase (graphically), lunar rise/set/transit times, solar rise/set/transit times and the times and dates of the major lunar phases in the month. The user selects which of these appears on the printout

w

Tabular monthly ephemeris printout of all lunar, solar and twilight data

w

Printout of Lunar Visibility diagram

w

Printout of Daily View diagram and data (includes Sun and Moon information).

w

Printout of diagram of the lunar libration for the selected month, including max. and min. geocentric librations

w

Print out lunar maps from the Lunar Explorer screen - both 2D and 3D projections are catered for

w

Data for any date can be generated using inbuilt calendar

w

Selection of any time during the day, including reset to current time and date

w

View moon as seen through binoculars, an astronomical telescope or a telescope that uses a diagonal

w

Day order on calendar can be changed

w

Ephemeris screen provides a list of lunar rise/set/transit times, moon's illuminated fraction, solar rise/set/transit times and Start/End times for Civil, Nautical and Astronomical Twilight for the selected month on one comprehensive screen

w

Displays Local Sidereal Time

w

Provides links to online lunar websites

w

Popup window displays Day Number, Week Number (and Day No./Week No. in ISO format), Julian Day, number of days until Christmas and the equivalent date in the Muslim Calendar

w

A popup window shows the times and dates of the Equinoxes and Solstices of the selected year, and their durations.

w

Displays the date of Easter Sunday for the selected year.

w

Provides support for Southern Hemisphere observers.

w

The display can be changed to support the view as seen through different optical configurations

w

Data for multiple observing sites can be stored so you can easily switch between them

Prev