Lunar Map Pro
Map Pro 2.0 (Advanced
An additional 200+ lunar objects have been added, to
provide more than 7,600 features to explore and learn.
Maps Now offers five different types of dynamic maps:
Outline Map: An accurate, ultra-sharp map, without any shading.
Ideal for sketching at the eyepiece.
Raster Image Map: Gives
you an image with 3D photo-realism.The high-resolution image map is
graded at 600 meters per pixel, more than enough resolution for most
detailed study of lunar geological features.
Map is beautifully color-coded, and USGS classified by: Type,
Age, and System.
- Vector Map: Provides
ultra-sharp, detailed and accurate graphic data.
Highly admired, and praised as the most “detailed vector
map” ever produced!
- Raster Map with Vector
Support: Combines the Raster (Image) Map, and Vector (Graphic) Map, to
augment low contrast features, such as domes, and enhance the more
difficult limb features.
displayed in real-time, and provide full libration correction, while still
retaining high resolution from limb to limb.
• New in 2.0
• Basic Edition
Celestial Explorer: Mars
• Space Update
• Earth Update
Lunar Distance Measurement
combines the values of multiple selected points, making it possible to
accurately measure curved or jagged features, such as Rilles, Dorsum and
Mountain Ranges. Two point measurements can still be utilized for
measuring features such as Craters and Mare, as well as distances between
Seamless Map Switch-over and Orientation
Map styles and
orientations can be changed seamlessly, without requiring that the user
open new maps, or lose user-selected map operations, such as zoom or
All key Lunar
Map Pro Tools and Feature Managers now have shortcut buttons for easy,
& Sunset Times
provided for all named lunar features.
- Provides numerical position
angle, topocentric, geocentric, and heliocentric, libration
Manager has had a
visual makeover for easy viewing, and a redesigned engine for the
faster loading and display of lunar phases.
The upgrade makes it possible to get the date and time for the
four primary lunar phases during any selected lunation.
has been updated to
show distance in arc seconds, in addition to kilometers and miles, and
curved features can now be accurately measured with the
has a new
visual look for easy viewing, and now provides lunation data, and
useful libration information.
- Grid Lines are
dynamically generated according to the map scale, and the coordinates
can be read using the mouse Hover capability.
Gazetteer The USGS
Gazetteer database provides useful historical information for each feature.
Find out for whom a feature was named, as well as feature dimensions,
height or depth, and more.
Speed and Performance
Tools, maps and database features are optimized for improved speed and performance.