Microsoft WorldWide Telescope

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  1. sahil

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    Microsoft WorldWide Telescope



    Homepage
    Code:
    http://www.worldwidetelescope.org/
    Microsoft WorldWide Telescope is a virtual telescope software that enables you to explore the universe with the help of interactive star charts and high resolution imagery from some of the best land and sky based telescopes. You can manually explore the night sky for your geographical location or enjoy one of the many interactive tours that will take you on an educational journey across the universe, to visit the solar system, black holes, star clusters, nebula, cosmic events and more. WorldWide Telescope also supports the ASCOM platform which allows you to connect and control a compatible telescope directly to the software. Other features include real-time tracking of the night sky in your location, a finder scope to reveal details for any object, multiple sources for imagery, object search and filtering, and morel. WorldWide Telescope provides a user friendly interface, and is well suited for casual night sky explorers as well as more advanced star gazers and hobby astronomers.

    Steps to download WWT
    * Review the System Requirements to ensure that WWT can run on your computer.
    * Click Download.
    If you don't have Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0, or later, installed on your computer, a message box
    displays prompting you to install it. Click Yes to go to the .NET Framework 2.0 SDKs, Redistributables
    & Service Packs page.
    o On the .NET Framework 2.0 SDKs, Redistributables & Service Packs page, scroll down the page to the .NET Framework Version 2.0 Redistributable Package section, and then click the link for your computer's architecture and operating system.
    Note Most computers currently use a 32-bit architecture and operating system and should click the
    Download x86 version.
    o On the Microsoft .Net Framework Version 2.0 Redistributable Package page, read the system requirements to ensure that your computer has all the necessary software installed, and then click Download.
    o In the File Download – Security Warning message box, click Run.
    o In the Internet Explorer – Security Warning message box, click Run.
    o Follow the software installation instructions.
    o After the software has been installed, click the Windows Update link to make sure that you have all the latest service packs and security updates. Click Express to review all recommended software and follow the software installation instructions.
    * In the File Download – Security Warning message box, click Run.
    * In the Internet Explorer – Security Warning message box, click Run.
    * Follow the instructions in the WorldWide Telescope Setup Wizard.
    * After WWT installs, double-click the WWT icon on your desktop to open WWT.


    WorldWide Telescope minimum system requirements

    For PC:

    * Microsoft® XP SP2 (minimum), Windows® Vista® (recommended)
    * PC with Intel Core 2 Duo processor with 2 gigahertz (GHz) or faster, recommended
    * 1 gigabyte (GB) of RAM; 2 GB RAM recommended
    * 3D accelerated card with 128 megabytes (MB) RAM; discrete graphics card with dedicated 256-MB VRAM recommended for higher performance
    * 1 GB of available hard disk space; 10 GB recommended for off-line features and higher performance browsing
    * XGA (1024 x 768) or higher resolution monitor
    * Microsoft Mouse or compatible pointing and scrolling device
    * Microsoft® DirectX® version 9.0c and .NET Framework 2.0
    * Required for some features; Internet connection at 56 Kbps or higher through either an Internet service provider (ISP) or a network. Internet access might require a separate fee to an ISP; local or long-distance telephone charges might also apply

    Download
    File size:18.4mb
    Code:
    http://rapidshare.com/files/117883481/WorldWide.Tele.rar


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    Enjoy
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  2. ryanparks12

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    thank you so much for this.
     
  3. sahil

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    your welcome
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  4. skull-666

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    thanks grampus
     
  5. sahil

    sahil New Member

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    welcome grampus
    take care
     
  6. agollaNab

    agollaNab Guest

    Thank you.
     
  7. sahil

    sahil New Member

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    your welcome
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  8. NiefAje

    NiefAje Guest

    looks nice to try it out thx for sharing G.........
     
  9. sahil

    sahil New Member

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    very welcome bro
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  10. crowpruitt

    crowpruitt Guest

    This one would be great for the kids.My son loves astronomy.Many thanks!
     
  11. sahil

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    your welcome
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  12. super14

    super14 Guest

    thanks man
     
  13. sahil

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    very welcome
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