Meade mySKY Plus Introduction
from Meade Instruments Corp.
mySKY is a fun, interactive, multi-media, hand-held guide to the universe that
locates and identifies celestial objects in the night sky. Featuring a full-color
LCD screen and the added ability to control a Meade computerized telescope,
mySKY is clearly unlike anything else on the market.
mySKY is the ultimate in simplicity: No knowledge of the night sky is needed.
mySKY aligns itself without any input from the user. Turn it on, point it at
a celestial object, and pull the trigger to identify planets, stars, nebula,
galaxies and more – over 30,000 objects. Featuring open aiming sites that
do not restrict your field of view, finding your target is easy. Multi-media
presentation on the full-color LCD screen: Your exploration starts with a simple
video introduction of how to use mySKY. Real-time, color SkyMaps guide you to
the objects you want to locate. Sandy Wood, the familiar voice of StarDate –
a syndicated daily radio program, provides you with audio descriptions of the
objects you have found. mySKY also takes you on guided tours of the best objects
in your sky - tailored to your time, date and location.
Identify planets, stars, costellations and more.
mySky uses GPS and other cutting-edge technologies to identify over 30,000 objects
in the night sky. Just point and shoot. It's fun and easy.
Enjoy a multimedia experience.
Enjoy full color presentations that include stunning astrophotography, entretaining
audio descriptions, videos, mythology, folklore, scientific fun facts, and much
Take guided tours of the night sky
mySky can identify or guide you to celestial wonders. Easy to use and fun for
all ages. Find Saturn, Arcturus, or the Andromeda Galaxy in seconds. Take a
tour of tonight's best objects.
Combine with your Meade computerized telescope.
For the ultimated multimedia and through-the-lens stargazing experience, link
mySky to your telescope. Once aligned, simply point and shoot, and your scope
moves to any target you choose. mySky also adds GPS to non-GPS Meade telescopes
(cable sold separately).