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HNSKY screenshot centred on the South Celestial Pole (SCP)
3.0.3 / November 5, 2015
HNSKY or Hallo Northern Sky is a freeware planetarium program for Microsoft Windows to simulate the night sky. It is provided with several non-English language modules, as well as several stellar databases.
HNSKY was originally created by Dutchman Han Kleijn in 1998, who continues to develop and maintain the application.
Initially a basic planetarium program, it has expanded in functionality to include the ability to control computerised GoTo telescope mounts, and is ASCOM compliant and supports the USNO's UCAC4 catalog.
- Cartes du Ciel
- Digital Universe Atlas
- Google Mars
- Google Moon
- Google Sky
- Hallo Northern Sky (HN Sky)
- NASA World Wind
- Starry Night
- Universe Sandbox
- WorldWide Telescope
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