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Old astronomy intro program from DOS time?
« en: 20 de Diciembre de 2017, 07:02:15 »
Hello all,

I'm trying to find an old astronomy intro program from DOS time. I think this was in the early 90's. I'm almost certain it was a DOS and not a Windows program.

It was a short but very well made (at least as I remember it) astronomy intro program, directed at kids/teens. I can't find it in my old backups and can't remember the name.

It wasn't a nightsky program to help you locate objects, it was more of a basic astronomy intro with beatiful (for the time) animations and diagrams.

I think it was centered in the solar system and not much else but I'm not really sure. One thing I remember was that it had a detailed explanation of the Sun structure and mentioned the mistery of the transition region heating and even had a line like "who knows, maybe you'll be the astronomer who discovers how this happens" or something like that.

It's not much and my google-fu is not helping me so I thought maybe someone here knows what I'm talking about.

Thanks!





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Old astronomy intro program from DOS time?
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