CyberSky History

Version history for CyberSky shows you how often it was updated over the past months (starting May 03, 2007) as well as 'what is new' information for each update (if available, since this information provided by the author).

Version: 5.0.3
Size: 7873 KB
OS: Windows
Description:   CyberSky is an accurate, yet easy-to-use planetarium program that provides an excellent way to learn about astronomy and explore the sky visible in the distant past, the present, and the far-off future.

v 5.0.3 updated on Dec 02, 2014

Fixed several bugs.

v 5.0.1 updated on Dec 20, 2010

Fixed a bug involving the positions of the Control and Pointer bars.

v 4.0.7 updated on Jun 17, 2009

Fixed one minor bug.

v 4.0.6 updated on Apr 16, 2009

Fixed a bug that affected the positions of comets with near-parabolic orbits.

v 4.0.3 updated on Aug 15, 2007

Fixed several bugs and updated the program's Help file

v 4.0.2 updated on May 03, 2007

Fixed one bug and updated the program's Help file

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