December 2016 : Version 2.0 On 2014, we have presented the «Virtual Planets Atlas » (VPA) Version 1.0, the most complete planetary atlas for computers More and more topographic and scientific datas become available for telluric planets and Solar System satellites, datas brought back by an increasing fleet of performing probes sent by the various space agencies (USA mainly, Europe and others). We are pleased to announce you today that we put online the official Pro 2.0 version of VPA. For this second version, JUPITER PLANET AND ITS FOUR GALILEAN SATELLITES have been added to the three planets yet integrated in version 1.0 ( Mercury, Venus & Mars ) since present technics of planetary imaging allow amateur astrophotographers to obtain details on surfaces of galilean satellites (Io, Ganymede…). ~ op cit Now with added Jupiter! http://ap-i.net/avp/en/start This will also link to Cartes du Ciel (Sky Chart) if you have it installed and you can open a particular planet/moon's position in real time in CDC from the VPA.