SkyScout Personal Planetarium – Find the stars
February 19, 2008 | In: Astronomy
I don’t enjoy watching stars and constellations, but there are many people that do and to help them out I’ll present the SkyScout Personal Planetarium.
The working system is pretty easy – just point the SkyScout to a star, click on a button, and afterwards it displays all the information you need to know about the star.
If by some odd reason you can’t point/find a star – just pick one name from the menu, and search for it on the sky with the help of SkyScout.
It works with 2AA batteries and costs $400.
- 6,000 star celestial database
- LCD display with red LED backlight