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MeyGray3833

Search by co-ordinates in Starry Night 7 Pro Plus

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Hi,

Does anyone know how to search by co-ordinates in Starry Night 7 Pro Plus. I'm looking for a couple of objects that do not seem to be in its data base. I've tried the Advanced Search function and that did not seem to do it either?

LOL! Am I missing something obvious?

Thanks.

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Not sure what you're trying to achieve.

If you already know the ra and dec of the objects you should be able to search for those and see what's there under the cursor.

If there's nothing there they're not in the database.

Michael 

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