Based on the QB code from “Galactic Slam Dance”, which was drived from a program published in the December 1988 issue of Astronomy in the “Galactic Collisions on your computer” by Michael C. Schroeder and Neil F. Comins, page 91.
The version presented here has been significantly modified to take advange of modern GPU’s by using the DirectX 3D rendering engine to give you a fast 3D view of the event. This version also supports use the of Blue/Red Anaglyph glasses to really put you in the action.
Click here to Download Galaxy_2
Unzip in a temp folder and then run Setup.exe
Unfortunately VB6 was released when XP was new, so when installing on Windows 7 you will get a number of warnings that there are newer files on your system. You should keep the newer file and click “Ignore error” on the other dialog boxes. Click the Galaxy desktop icon to start program after the install is complete.
Welcome to the re-launch of Asteroid-Tracker.com. This site will be filled with interesting articles and software for tracking objects in the night sky. Check back in the comming weeks to see our progress.