The COELIX astronomy program lets you print detailed maps of the sky that can show a total of more than 15 million stars, 28,000 deep sky objects, paths of planets, comets and over 480,000 asteroids.
Designed for the amateur astronomer, COELIX also generates accurate astronomical ephemeris (satellites of Jupiter, eclipses, occultations and so on) and many catalogues with selection criteria. A search engine enables you to find any celestial body to get its ephemeris data, its related views and graphics.
COELIX can generate a lot of tables and a graphic almanac that show all the phenomena that can occur during one year, one month, or any other period selected by the user.
With its virtual planetarium functions, it contains a multitude of views, tables, graphics and animations to view and analyze the celestial phenomena from any observing site on Earth. You can choose a site in a list or configure and add your own observing station.
Also, COELIX can control several models of motorized telescopes, using the ASCOM platform. In COELIX, you can command the telescope to point to a celestial body found with the search engine, on a sky map or listed in one of several lists or catalogues.