You simply specify which object you are looking at, which telescope and eyepiece you are using, and a simple tap on a button brings you to a prefilled form to log your observation.
You can enter all your astronomical gear, even filters and barlow lenses.
To make sure you don't ruin your night vision, StarLog© Free features a night vision mode that turns the whole interface red, including the keyboard and all pop-up windows! You can even turn the brightness of the app down to a comfortable level.
You can full-text search through all your observations and sort them in various ways. StarLog© Free can export 5 of your observations in the OpenAstronomyLog format (OAL 2.0), for maximum compatibility with your other astronomical software. Support for exporting 5 observations to DeepSkyLog.be is built into StarLog© Free by default. Deepskylog is very popular in Europe. To make it easier to discuss your observations with others, StarLog allows you to make a screenshot of the observation, so that you can post it on forums or include it in e-mails.
If you don't see a menu button on your device, long press the multitask button to open the menu.
To make your transition to StarLog© Free as painless as possible, you can import 5 observations and instruments from apps like 'Stargazing Log' and 'FOViewer (full or trial)'.
Limitations compared to the full version of StarLog©:
- No search option for objects.
- No restore option for backups.
- Only 5 observations can be exported to either CSV or OAL format.
- Only 5 observations can be imported from apps like 'Stargazing Log' and 'FOViewer (full or trial)'.
- Only 10 objects can be imported per observation list.
- No text-to-speech option.
- No voice recording functionality.
- Ad in the logging screen and details screen.
- No integration with SkEye for Go To/Push To functionality.
You can try/test the app in EVERY BROWSER by going here:
Keywords: Astronomy log logging observations deepsky astro
Ondersteund ook de Nederlandse taal.