I think most of you will agree with me that Leo has done a superb job with Voyager. For my purposes, it is right there with ACP in reliability and capability, at 1/10th the cost.
Leo has worked on this software for seven years, and it shows. It is delivering night after night of successful, all-night imaging sessions for me.
Voyager is not well-known in the English-speaking astro-imaging world. I have read a ton of threads on popular astronomy forums about imaging software with no mentions of Voyager. To see Leo say “the number of Voyager users can be counted on the fingers of two hands” makes me want to do something… and I hope it does for you too.
Let’s get the word out. Not in a pushy, sales-y way, but just in a natural way:
- Mention Voyager when we talk about images taken with it
- Include Starkeeper.it Voyager in your Forum signatures as part of your gear
- Include it in your Astrobin listings and/or wherever you post your images
- Mention it when people ask about options for imaging software.
“Starkeeper.it Voyager” is a good way to list because Google search for “Voyager” may not show it.
Word-of-mouth references are the most powerful sales tool. This software is too good to be only used by a few people.
OK, getting off my soapbox but thanks for the help, and I’m going off to fix my Forum signatures to include Starkeeper.it Voyager !