A view of a southern horizon, using optional settings to display constellations, constellation names, star names, and planet names.
A lunar eclipse, 30 minutes before an occultation of Saturn, and a solar eclipse -- shown using the Moon - 4° Span option in the Sky View.
A full-sky view at dawn, using the Sky Color: Multicolor mode.
A view of the night sky over Australia with the galactic core of the Milky Way on display.
A view of the planets in their orbits using the Out to Pluto option of the Orbits View, and an orientation of approximately 67°. In addition, a more detailed view of the our immediate planetary neighborhood.
The Andromeda Galaxy, shown using the Photographic Sky Survey feature of the Sky view.
|Saturn with its rings and five of its moons (left), and three of Jupiter's moons (above), with Europa eclipsed and the shadow of Io crossing the face of Jupiter.|
|An insolation chart, showing the patterns of day, twilight, and night throughout the course of a year, from a place within the Arctic circle.|
The total eclipse of 2017. The Moon's shadow appears in the middle of the eastern United States.
The Calendar view, shown using the Daily Moon phase option.