Downloaded and tried it. Cool. I prefer Google
Sky. If you've got Google Earth
change the view to "Switch to Sky" and you'll get all the starts, constellations, planets, galaxy's etc. Not sure if this works in plain Google Earth
, I have Google
Earth Pro. Plenty of info in there with links to lots of reliable scientific sites such as NASA etc.
The other program I've used is Starry Nite (or night).
Starry Night Store
Yours Aye! Rick
"It's not the boat "you built" until you've sworn at it, bled on it, sweated over it, cried beside it and then threatened to haul the POS outside and burn it!"