Friday 27 July 2007

Extrasolar Neighborhood Viewer

The Celestron SkyScout Personal Planetarium (7.4" x 2.5" x 4.0 " ) uses advanced GPS technology with point and click convenience to identify thousands of stars, planets, constellations and more. Simply point the SkyScout at any star in the sky and click the target button. The SkyScout will tell you what object you are looking at. To locate a star or planet, select the object’s name from the menu and follow the directional arrows through the viewfinder. SkyScout informs when you are on target.

This device locates and identifies over 6,000 stars, planets, and constellations from built-in database, Red LED backlit display for easy-to-read information and accepts SkyTour SD multi-media cards for interactive tours of the night sky also includes USB port for easy download of database updates.

Although use this device is too much and your probably going to experience severe neckpain and become afflicted with a bad case of squinty eye ?

But why doesn't the seller mention to use it like a computer cam ?
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