The answer to your question depends on your computer/observing = experience, habits and preferences... If you don't feel uneasy using DOS programs, I can suggest my favourites QuickSat by Mike McCants, and SkyMap by Rob Matson. They work well in Win95 which I also use (but you can't run two copies = of Skymap -at least not in the same working directory- because it uses some scratch files). QuickSat is best at producing large detailed list of lots of = objects/passes if=20 your PC is not an x86DX or Pentium. SkyMap has many uses - colour-coded tracks on star maps of any scale, alt/az true track charts, identifying unknown objects observed, = adjusting elsets of objects observed late or early, predicting transits across Sun = and Moon (or through umbra during eclipse!) etc. It has several selection = options for objects/passes. It can also produce list, but only with time/az/el = of first selected/culmination/last select point of each pass. Look at http://www.satellite.eu.org/orbsoft.html and some = related pages to find them. Bjoern Gimle >Hi all! >I'm using SatSpy 2.5 now. Can someone recommend me any good tracking = software for DOS or Win95? Thanx!