#35 Southern Hemisphere Should be reversed?

Enhancement
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Graphics (12)
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2002-07-16
2002-03-18
Anonymous
No

I am not an astronomer, but in the southern hemisphere
(eg. down-under in tropical (just), sunny Rockhampton,
Queensland, Australia), the moon appears in the sky to
be the reflected in the vertical axis to that shown on
the palm display. Has this been considered in the
program's design.
Great program, I use regularly it to predict sun-rise
& sun set & moon phases.

Discussion

  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2002-04-07

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    This bug will be fixed in a future release of Astro Info.

     
  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2002-07-16
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    • milestone: 101892 --> Enhancement
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  • Peter Enzerink

    Peter Enzerink - 2002-07-16

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    It is actually rotated 180 degrees. This should be addressed
    in R3.

    I happen to be an ex Rocky boy myself...

     
  • Anonymous - 2002-07-17

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    That's a pretty big co-incidence. maybe the word (web?)
    isn't such a big place after all. Thanks again for your efforts
    on the program. One of my favourites.

     

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