7art Star Sky screen saver Free Download

Version: 1.0.1   (version history)
Date: September 13, 2003

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OS: Win 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
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Author: 7art-screensavers

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7art Star Sky screen saver Description

7art Star Sky screen saver Free Download.

Dynamic Astronomical Map with whirling stars. Star Sky screensaver will help you to learn constellation names and their dispositions.

Enjoy deep cosmic music with special sound effects while looking at moving star systems, stars and planets.

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