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I'm interested in Reviews on SkySafari an Astronomy Application.

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Never tried it Don. Guess I'll have to take a look at it, but for now my favorite is "Starry Night Pro".

I just took a quick look. It's really a star chart app, not sure if it qualifies for a full fledged astronomy program. However, it's a lot less expensive than Starry Night!
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Never tried it Don. Guess I'll have to take a look at it, but for now my favorite is "Starry Night Pro".

I just took a quick look. It's really a star chart app, not sure if it qualifies for a full fledged astronomy program. However, it's a lot less expensive than Starry Night!
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Well, I have read a bit about it but, imagine I will have to do more browsing, they claim that it will control a number of Celestron and Meade telescopes, that is a plus. Thanks for stopping by. Noticed you have an Aircraft as an Avatar, I have looked it over but the image is quite small so we have not been able to make an ID.

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That's interesting, I guess I didn't read enough about it. That's a great price for an app that can control a Celestron or Meade.

The aircraft is a Douglas B-26D "Invader" which was used from around the end of WW II up until the first few years of the Viet Nam war.
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That's interesting, I guess I didn't read enough about it. That's a great price for an app that can control a Celestron or Meade.

The aircraft is a Douglas B-26D "Invader" which was used from around the end of WW II up until the first few years of the Viet Nam war.
I thought it was an Invader but the thumbnail made it impossible to confirm. That was a real buster, it's nose could be fitted with (6) .50 BMG"S or a combination of small cannon, 20mm, 37mm Auto-Cannon or even a 57mm Pack Howitzer. Like the P-38 Lightning... nose guns were very accurate and coupled with its speed and bomb carrying capability... it was very lethal.

With regards to the Application, I had to do more reading about it...it was difficult to believe that an application with that much power cost so little. Thanks again for your inputs.

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