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  1. Hi stargazers, I'd like to show you my new free interactive stargazing map, called Star Atlas: StarAtlas.com It’s a fully interactive map of the night sky on the web. You can explore over 60,000 stars, find planets, watch solar eclipses, fast-forward time, and lots more. It works on mobile too – you can ‘add to homescreen’ to create an app, and it can use the compass to show the sky as you move your device about. It's missing a few features right now (such as DSOs) but it's still very new and I hope to add many more features in the future. Please check it out – I'd love to know what you think. Here are some example solar eclipses: August 2017 total solar eclipse, viewed from the US Annular solar eclipse due October 2024, viewed from Chile August 1999 solar eclipse, viewed from Cornwall, England Enjoy! Paul
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