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Distant Suns v5.2 Demo

This brings a full astronomy package to your desktop...

  • Category Themes
  • Size 4.3 MB
  • Program by Monkey Byte

Distant Suns v5.2 Demo

This brings a full astronomy package to your desktop. View the universe from your computer as Distant Suns take you to the outer reaches and back.

New 5.2 Features:

Plugins for telescope control (programmer's SDK available)

Images of deep-sky objects merged with the star display. You may add your own favorite photos and share with other Distant Suns users

Ability to turn off that startup music

You may add custom outlines to the sky to highlight favorite regions

Additional Features

Support for [email protected] users!

Rendered moons!

Milky-Way outlines

Variable speed, back-and-forth "time slider" for much finer time control

Color printouts

Distant Suns is in full 32 bits color

Considerably faster than previous versions

Support for Direct3D when you have your system set to hi-color (thousands or millions of colors).

New textures for Saturn, Jupiter, Earth and the Moon for use in the Direct3D mode.

Translucent rings for Saturn when using DirectX6

The interface has been updated to support Windows 95 standards.

The navigator has been stripped down, as the previous one was too complicated for its own good.

Direct access to the web in the help menu.

Context help is now provided.

Cursor keys will now scroll the sky

And much much more!!

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