Last updated: 27 January 2005
This page is for user comments on Astronomy software for the PC, Macintosh, or Palm OS systems. Items that are more "review" oriented will be posted on the Astronomy Software Reviews page. If you have any comments, suggestions, questions or answers to questions posed here, e-mail them to me and I'll post them. Please use an appropriate Subject Line on your message. Thanks.

Subject:	Where is Polar Finder?
Sent:	Tuesday, January 25, 2005 18:10:21
From:	Frank Alvarado (
It is available on the yahoo site Palmastro.  
It's in the files section toward the bottom.

Subject:	Where is Polar Finder?
Sent:	Saturday, January 22, 2005 14:25:21
From:	Curtrw (
I've been trying to locate the program Polar Finder by Jason Dale, but
all my searches come up empty.  Do you know if this program is still
Mike here: I'm not familiar with it.
Subject:	Software for a Pocket PC
Sent:	Friday, January 21, 2005 10:15:39
From:	Frank (
My name is Frank D'Amore I live in So. Cal. I was wondering if you can
give me some help/advice. I am looking for a software that will guide a
scope, either Meade or Celestron, and operate the CCD camera at the same
time for a Pocket PC specifically (IPAQ H3970)? If you know of any
software like that or any software that is in the works, please let me


Frank D'Amore

Subject:	etx help from italy
Sent:	Wednesday, January 12, 2005 03:18:12
From: (
i'm an italian amatour, i visit your site and it's great!!

please i need help for an idea that i have:

i looking for pc software that i could connect whith autostar and an usb

i saw that in internet exist a gps that it goes with autostar but i want
use a pc software that connect both..

could you help me?


fine sky!
Mike here: I don't recall seeing any GPS-enabled PC or Mac software that controls the Autostar. But that is an interesting idea!

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