Skyglobe is an astronomy program for MS-DOS and Microsoft Windows first developed in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and originally sold as Shareware but now available as closed-source freeware. It plots the positions of stars, Messier objects, planets, sun and moon.
At least two versions of Skyglobe were later released for Microsoft Windows, being variously listed as versions 1.0, 2.0, 2.02 and 4.0, as well as other possible iterations between. Skyglobe for Windows (also known as SG4WIN) is freely available online.
Although there is plenty to keep you occupied in the free version of SkyORB, the premium version offers some enhanced features including removal of annoying reminder pop-up windows, the ability to zoom to up-to one degree in local view and enhanced information dialogs about the various planets. 2b1af7f3a8