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crack破解安装包The Earth Centered Universe Pro 6.1F

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地球中心宇宙(ECU) Pro V6.1是一个天文馆和望远镜控制程序,能够模拟地球天空的大多数现象。为一个观察业余天文学家的苛刻要求设计的,它也为“扶手椅”天文学家或任何其他对天文学感兴趣的人提供一个天文馆程序的非凡的准确性。

亮点:

以其易用性、丰富的特性集、高精度和闪电般的速度而闻名。

包括广泛的数据库,如哈勃指南星目录;详细的,面向业余,SAC深空数据库;巨大的主星系目录;变星总目录;华盛顿视觉双星目录;一个专用的行星状星云数据库;太阳和月亮;行星;70万以上小行星(从洛厄尔天文台下载);再加上你自己的彗星、小行星和成千上万个你自己的天体。

市场上大多数计算机化望远镜的综合控制(甚至许多已经停产的望远镜)。接口到许多望远镜和本机安装,但也支持ASCOM Inititive的望远镜和调焦“驱动器”。

高质量的星图打印。

由观察者写给观察者。

由CCD成像仪编写的成像仪。

强大的动画模式。

一个大的详细的最新用户手册与上下文敏感的帮助。

包含和支持的数据库:

耶鲁大学明亮恒星目录(9100颗6.5级以上的恒星)——包括许多明亮恒星的“常见”名称

SAO恒星目录(约25万颗到9.5等)

Tycho-2恒星目录(大约250万颗12-13等恒星)

哈勃指南恒星目录(约1500万颗恒星,平均星等约14颗)

支持读取美国海军天文台A-2.0(~500,000,000颗星!)和SA-2.0(~50,000,000颗星)

Saguaro天文俱乐部深空数据库(V8.1)包含10342个所有类型的对象,当然包括梅西耶目录

主要星系目录(2002年版-约100万个星系)

变星总目录(2015年9月版- 52,011颗星)

华盛顿视觉双星目录(2016年3月25日版本- 135,098对星星)

沃勒斯- sec银河行星状星云数据库(V7 - 1143个天体)

洛厄尔小行星数据库(超过700,000颗小行星)。该数据库通过Internet从ECU内部更新。

进入多达10000个彗星和小行星(小行星)的轨道元素(彗星和小行星可以自动从ECU内从国际天文学联合会的小行星中心下载)

八大行星(冥王星!),太阳,反太阳和月球

把你自己的物品加起来有50,000个

File size: 262 MB
The Earth Centered Universe (ECU) Pro V6.1 is a planetarium and telescope control program capable of simulating most of the phenomenon of the Earth's sky. Designed for the demanding requirements of an observing amateur astronomer, it also provides extraordinary accuracy as a planetarium program for the "armchair" astronomer or any other person interested in learning about astronomy.

Highlights:
Known for its ease of use, rich feature set, high-accuracy, and lightning fast speed.
Includes extensive databases such as the Hubble Guide Star Catalog; the detailed, amateur oriented, SAC deep sky database; the huge Principle Galaxy Catalog; the General Catalog of Variable Stars; the Washington Visual Double Star catalog; a dedicated planetary nebulae database; the Sun and Moon; the planets; 700,000+ asteroids (downloaded from Lowell Observatory); and add your own comets, asteroids and tens of thousands of your own objects too.
Comprehensive control of most computerized telescopes on the market (even many discontinued ones too). Interfaces to many telescopes and mounts natively, but also supports the ASCOM Inititive's telescope and focuser "drivers".
High quality printed star charts.
Written by an observer for observers.
Written by a CCD imager for imagers.
Powerful animation mode.
A large detailed up-to-date User's Manual with context sensitive help.
Included and Supported Databases:
The Yale Bright Star Catalog (9,100 stars to magnitude 6.5) - included are many "common" names for the bright stars
The SAO Star Catalog (about 250,000 stars to magnitude 9.5)
The Tycho-2 Star Catalog (about 2,500,000 stars to magnitude 12-13)
The Hubble Guide Star Catalog (about 15,000,000 stars to an average magnitude of about 14)
Support is provided to read the US Naval Observatories A-2.0 (~500,000,000 stars!) and SA-2.0 (~50,000,000 stars)
The Saguaro Astronomy Club deep sky database (V8.1) which contains 10,342 objects of all types, including of course the Messier Catalog
The Principle Galaxy Catalog (2002 edition - about 1 million galaxies)
The General Catalog of Variable Stars (September 2015 version - 52,011 stars)
The Washington Visual Double Star Catalog (2016Mar25 version - 135,098 pairs of stars)
The Wallace-SEC galactic planetary nebulae database (V7 - 1143 objects)
The Lowell Minor Planet Database (over 700,000 minor planets). This database is updated from within ECU over the Internet.
Enter the orbital elements for up to 10,000 comets and minor planets (asteroids) (comets and asteroids can be automatically downloaded from within ECU from the International Astronomical Union's Minor Planet Center)
The eight planets (and Pluto!), the Sun, Anti-Sun, and the Moon
Add up to 50,000 of your own objects
Main Features:
ECU is lightning fast compared to many other astronomy programs and runs very well on older computers that you might use in the field (e.g. older laptops).
ECU is very easy to use. Most operations are performed with the mouse. A "toolbar" is provided for most common functions and for those who prefer to use the keyboard, there are many hot-keys.
The sky can be drawn as either in Sky Atlas (north is up) mode, Local Horizon (up in the local sky is up) mode or with the sky rotated at any arbitrary angle.
It exhibits a colorful display - the colors of all screen elements are controllable by user. Fonts can also be set.
High quality star charts can be printed (in black and white and in full color) which are highly customizable by the user including titles, legend, fonts, and border dimensions. You can also print two charts per page at different zoom levels.
ECU status displays include the local time, universal time, latitude and longitude, RA/DEC, AZ/ALT, field size, magnitude limits, sky darkness, hour angle, sidereal time, and Julian date.
Stars can be drawn in color based on either their spectral type or B-V color index.
Deep sky objects are drawn their correct size, shape, and orientation (when this information is included in the database).
There is advanced control over magnitude limits for all types of objects.
Clicking on an object causes an information box to pop up. All objects provide their RA, DEC, azimuth, altitude, rise and set times, magnitude (if known), air mass, extinction, galactic latitude, and galactic longitude. Other information provided is as follows:
The Sun: distance in AU, kilometers, and light travel time; angular size; solar longitude
The Moon: distance in kilometers; angular size; phase angle; phase age in days; its illuminated fraction in percent
The planets: distance in AU, kilometers, and light travel time; angular size; phase; rates of motion; ecliptic latitude and longitude
Comets and asteroids: distance to the Sun and the Earth in AU, kilometers, and light travel time; solar elongation; phase (for asteroids); rates of motion; ecliptic latitude and longitude
Yale stars: Yale number; HD number; SAO number; Flamsteed/Bayer designation, color (B-V); spectral type; proper motion
SAO stars: SAO number; spectral type
Tycho-2 stars (when information is available): Tycho-2 number, Hipparcos number, HD number, magnitude (B and V), proper motion, and parallax (with error estimate)
Hubble Guide Stars: GSC catalog number; estimated position error; magnitude band; Plate ID
SAC deep sky objects: a varying amount of information, but usually their name (and alternate name); Dreyer description, angular size; position angle; object class; notes
PGC galaxies: the primary and up to four other names; morphological type; angular size; position angle; object class; radial velocity; implied distance in light years
Variable stars: minimum and maximum magnitude; designation; type of variability; period; rising time (or duration of eclipse); time of previous maximum
Double stars: combined magnitude of the pair; discoverer code; DM number; magnitudes of both stars; separation and position angle at up to two dates; spectral type
User objects: user number; text description
The user can display up to 50 images of an object.
The user can add observing notes about any object.
The user can measure angular distances and position angles on the sky with the mouse. Several angular formats are provided.
All user settings can be saved to named configuration files for later retrieval. Comet and asteroid elements can be saved to or loaded from separate ASCII files.
The time can be set as local mean time, UTC, Julian Date, or from the computer's clock (local or UTC). Dates can be entered from 4713BC to 9999AD. For Canada, US and Europe Daylight Saving time can be automatically set.
The observer's location is entered by latitude and longitude or from a list of cities (add your own, too).
Sync your time and/or location using a GPS receiver.
The effects of observer's parallax, nutation, precession, light travel time, aberration, and atmospheric refraction can be individually controlled.
The sky can be displayed as white on black or black on white, or, of course, in full color. Special "night vision" modes protect your night vision when ECU is used in an observatory.
ECU displays the horizon line, custom horizon lines set to match your observing sites, ecliptic line, meridian line, RA/DEC grid (auto scaling), Local Horizon grid (auto scaling), constellation lines, boundary lines, galactic equator line, etc.
Extensive text labels are provided for all types of objects. Text labels can be intelligently placed to avoid overlap.
Several field "targets" of programmable angular size, including rotatable rectangles, can be drawn to represent the field of view of your main telescope and finder scope respectively. You can place up to 100 of these "targets" anywhere on the sky.
The user can center the display at any RA/DEC, AZ/ALT, Hour Angle/DEC, bright star, constellations, Messier object, named deep sky object, point on the horizon (north, south, etc.), or solar system object.
The object databases can also be extensively searched.
Powerful tools to search and filter comet and asteroid elements by brightness, sky position, visibility, Earth distance, etc.
Create detailed reports (that you can import into a spreadsheet or database program such as Excel) of objects plotted on the screen or on printed charts.
ECU's animation mode allows time increments from 1 second to four years. The display can be "locked" to the Sun, Moon, a planet, a comet or asteroid, an AZ/ALT or an RA/DEC. Trails of objects with time labels can be drawn.
A dialog box to display the rise/set times of the Sun and Moon on the current day is provided. It also shows the times of civil, nautical, astronomical twilight, the phase of the Moon, the length of the day and night, and the length of nautical and astronomical darkness.
The Earth Centered Universe (ECU) Pro V6.1 is a planetarium and telescope control program capable of simulating most of the phenomenon of the Earth's sky. Designed for the demanding requirements of an observing amateur astronomer, it also provides extraordinary accuracy as a planetarium program for the "armchair" astronomer or any other person interested in learning about astronomy.
Highlights:
Known for its ease of use, rich feature set, high-accuracy, and lightning fast speed.
Includes extensive databases such as the Hubble Guide Star Catalog; the detailed, amateur oriented, SAC deep sky database; the huge Principle Galaxy Catalog; the General Catalog of Variable Stars; the Washington Visual Double Star catalog; a dedicated planetary nebulae database; the Sun and Moon; the planets; 700,000+ asteroids (downloaded from Lowell Observatory); and add your own comets, asteroids and tens of thousands of your own objects too.
Comprehensive control of most computerized telescopes on the market (even many discontinued ones too). Interfaces to many telescopes and mounts natively, but also supports the ASCOM Inititive's telescope and focuser "drivers".
High quality printed star charts.
Written by an observer for observers.
Written by a CCD imager for imagers.
Powerful animation mode.
A large detailed up-to-date User's Manual with context sensitive help.
Whats New:
Sky Chart/Print Features
◦The split chart now has separate settings for horizontal and vertical flips.
◦The number of objects that can be plotted on-screen has been increased to 30,000.
Databases
◦The General Catalog of Variable Stars database has been updated to the current (V5.1) version, and it now contains 54,919 stars.
◦The number of comet/asteroid orbits that can be active at any given time has been increased to 25,000.
◦Added download of and full support for the IAU Minor Planet Center's asteroid orbit database.
◦Added support for download of the MPCs bright minor planets at opposition list.
◦The master orbit file is now called 'masterorbit.orb'.
Searching
◦You can now search for a specific equatorial position as an RA in hours and minutes OR hours and minutes and seconds and a Dec in degrees and minutes OR degrees and minutes and seconds.
Automation Interface
◦The Search method now returns the found object's primary object name.
◦Added the ClearOrbits, LoadOrbits, SaveOrbits methods.
Miscellaneous
◦Updated the URL for General Catalog of Variable Stars web searches.
◦Orbits now accept eccentricities up to 5 (for the new class of interstellar asteroids).
◦Better error handling in the loading of orbit files.
◦The angular separation calculation uses a more accurate "haversine" algorithm.
◦Telescope serial interface routines now use an external COM Port Driver (developed by Nova Astronomics).
Bug Fixes
◦Some problems with dialog box sizing on some computers has been resolved.
◦Broader ASCOM exception handling was added.
◦Some mathematical overflows and other problems were fixed there were caused by the new "interstellar" asteroids and orbits with hyberbolic orbits.
◦Add better error handling for parallax calculations.
◦Improved program shutdown if started by the automation interface.
◦Fix bug where sky was not redrawn on alignment stars during encoder interface alignments.
◦Fix bug where telescope interface was sometimes causing an error when disabling it.
◦Fix bug where alignment star names were not shown during encoder interface alignments.
Homepage
http://nova-astro.com/info.html

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