Android Devices

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Published on: November 26, 2012

I would like to thank member Geoff for letting me know that the the lists on this site do work with Android devices like the Samsung Galaxy S.

Thoughts from Recent Comment

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Published on: November 25, 2012

A recent comment posted by member Geoff asking for a Southern Hemisphere version of the Messier Marathon has led me to a list on the internet that I have added to the bottom of the Pre Defined page. Click on MessierMarathonSouth for the hard copy and MessierMarathonSouth.zip to download and add it to SkySafari. His[...]

Using List Converter

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Published on: November 24, 2012

I’ve tried to make it as easy as possible to convert your existing hardcopy, pdf and excel astronomical object lists for use in SkySafari. There are several things you must know to get this converter to work properly. 1. The ‘List to Convert’ text box will accept any text but must be only catalog object[...]

Sharing Astronomy Observing Lists

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Published on: November 23, 2012

Click on the List Exchange menu to exchange astronomical list with friends. The top of the page allows you to upload SkySafari .skylist files. Choose the file then in the description explain the list and please put the Month and Day to use said list. The Bottom portion of the page is the list of[...]

Getting an Astronomical Observing List

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Published on: November 7, 2012

Click on the menu item Get List. 1. Choose a Month and Year. 2. Choose the Max Magnitude and Catalog you want to create your observing list from. A. If you choose the full NGC catalog you can choose to add the unknown magnitude objects. 3. Choose the List Type. A. For Print..Will give you[...]

1st Post

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Published on: November 7, 2012

Hi All, My name is Craig and I created this site. Hopefully you will find it useful for creating an observing list for any night of the year. I would greatly appreciate any comments about the site and ideas for making it better.

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