By Cyrille Thieullet
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A New Generation of Astronomy Software
If you want to share your passion or rediscover the pleasure of gazing at the stars without cumbersome computers or books, then your next step is to broaden your vision with the power and vast capabilities of Astromist on your PDA.
Astromist will give you the best of Astronomy in a pocket size. You will be able to discover what will happen, as-well-as when and how you will be able to observe it, just by using some its features like:
- Detailed astronomical charts (planetarium with 2.5 millions of stars, 19000 Deep Sky Objects with their images),
- Accurate simulators for Eclipses, Planets, Comets & Asteroids, or Artificial Satellites,
- Intuitive atlases of the Moon and the planet Mars (1800 features and photos),
- Smart Wireless control for your Telescopes including Dobsonians, GPS or Cameras will be available soon.
Designed for You
All around the world, the Astromist users are enjoying its usage every day. Regardless of whether you look at the sky with your naked eyes or use a telescope of 25 inches diameter, or anything between, Astromist will render service to you. In this way, Astromist can be the Astronomical Guide of beginners enabling them to quickly progress in this domain to learn sky and constellations. Even the most experienced users will appreciate its exhaustive databases, numerous simulators and advanced telescope control capabilities.
Available Anywhere, at Any Moment
It is as if you had shrunk the space to fit in the palm of your hand and carry around in your pocket or purse, you will be able to browse the whole sky, focus your attention on a planet or any other object in space and discover more and more of details and information. Everything is in the palm of your hand and it's always in your pocket without need of network access to get the full power.
What's New in Version 3.9
- Added a new Visiblity module into EphemerisAssistant to see forecast of altitude of an object among the year at a particular time.
- Improved Moon Map (better rendering of feature names)
- Improved Event module into Planet Assistant (50 years of forcast, filtering by planets, faster prediction)
- Improved iOS 9.0 compatibilty
- Improved SkyChart selection of objects
- Improved of the SkyChart labels drawing
- Improved the DSO sorting when using NigthTrip option
- Improved JupiterAsistant (automatic GRS forecast)
- Fixed a display bug on some on iOS 8.4
- Fixed a bug into "Level Mount" module Assistant
- Fixed a bug when using internal Gyroscope as a telescope drive
- Fixed a bug into CCD assistant (Scope Focal was badly initialized)
- Fixed a display bug into FinderAssistant : pictures of SAC list were not retreived
- Fixed a display bug into CheckList Assistant on iPad