3D Astronomer Review

Here is a complete review of 3D Astronomer™. This review describes its major features, its top 5 characteristics, its main advantages, its addons, its system requirements, and the difference between its physical and downloadable versions.

The Top 5 Characteristics of 3D Astronomer™ The Main Advantages of 3D Astronomer™ The Major Features of 3D Astronomer™ The Two Types of 3D Astronomer™

You can download 3D Astronomer™ within a few minutes from the Internet, even if it is 2 A.M. on a national holiday. However, if you wish to get this astronomy software in the form of a set of physical DVDs, you can do so by checking the "Physical Option" check-box on the order page.

Just be sure to check the "Physical Option" check-box on the order page as shown below: -

Check the 'Physical Option' check-box on the order page

i) The Downloadable Type of 3D Astronomer™ ii) The Physical Type of 3D Astronomer™ System Requirements for 3DAstronomer™

Operating System: Windows 98/2000/ME/XP/Vista/Windows 7/Windows 8 or above.

Processor: 1 GHz processor speed and above.

RAM: 128 MB and above.

Disk Space: 500 MB or more of free disk space.

Other Requirements: DVD ROM drive (if you are ordering the physical DVD version).

3D Astronomer™ Addons

The design of 3D Astronomer™ space-simulator software makes it possible to add extra features in the form of "addons." For example, you might want to add very high resolution images of the surfaces of planets and other celestial bodies. Other addons include scripted tours, ability to add your own customized or fictional spacecrafts, etc.

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