Astro-Flash USB Drive

Astro-Flash is a USB flash drive that is pre-loaded with 50 high resolution astro-photos from Wa-chur-ed Observatory. Each image is optimized for screen display in 8 different sizes, four wide-screen and four traditional. These images can be used as computer desktop wallpaper and/or screen saver.  Astro-Flash can also be plugged into a Smart TV for a big-screen celestial slide show, or you can transfer the images to a cell phone or tablet so you always have them with you.

Astro-Flash includes a special viewer program for Windows-based computers.  With this program you can display text overlays for each image, including the title, object information, and technical data.  Each of these three categories is independently enabled for display.  Even when an overlay is not enabled you can temporarily display it for the current image by just pressing the corresponding key (“T” for title, “O” for object info, and “D” for technical data).

The “Basic” Astro-Flash includes all features, but has no additional storage capacity for your own use.  The other models have exactly the same content, but provide additional capacity (available in various sizes from 8GB to 64GB).

Astro-Flash Images:
The included screen formats are:
Wide (16:9) Formats: 1920 x 1080, 1366 x 768, 1280 x 720, 1024 x 600
Traditional (4:3) Formats: 1600 x 1200, 1280 x 960, 1152 x 864, 1024 x 768

Other screen formats can usually be supported by choosing the closest of these sizes.

Naturally, the Astro-Flash drive (USB 2.x compatible) can also be used to store and transport your own data!

All contents of the Astro-Flash drive are copyright protected and images may not be used for purposes other than display on your computer, Smart TV, or mobile device.

Pricing and availability:
Astro-Flash is generally available from stock in 8GB, 16GB, or 32GB capacity.

Basic = $20
8GB = $25
16GB = $30
32GB = $40
64GB = $50

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About Greg Marshall

I am a retired electronics engineer and after a few months of enjoying my leisure I began to miss doing product development. My astronomy hobby always needed new solutions to unique problems, so I decided that whenever I came up with a good solution I would try to make it available to others.

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