Solar system graphics.

Discussion in 'General Science & Technology' started by Ivanovich, Dec 21, 2007.

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    Someone has cute images of solar system (sun+all planets)?
     
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    To tell that the sun is going to increase that much in size ah wel christmas is nearly over time to watch docktor who

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    Nice, thanks, though i more looked for something that will give my brain some job rather than comparison of planets size, although inzomnia's pics is close to what i were looking for. Still i think videos like Man In Black or beginning of Contact where they show space deeper than earth is more use for that.

    I also found program called Celestia it gives 3D map of solar system very good, though does not work on my video card and theres also google earth thats pretty laggy on my system.
     
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    Celestia is indeed an awesome program, also keep a lookout for the World Wide Telescope project by Microsoft Research due out in 'Spring 2008', check it out here: http://www.worldwidetelescope.org/
     
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