This free app (184.108.40.206) lets you explore nearly 1.5 million stars, constellations, and planets. You can use the app to locate nearby objects, such as stars, moons, and asteroids. The app includes good night-sky chart overlays.
This app has two main features. First, you can use it to explore a night sky database of billions of stars, galaxies, and nebulae. Second, it allows you to navigate an interactive star map or a 2D map of the night sky, and to take pictures of the sky through your camera or your device's front-facing camera.
The app also lets you see celestial objects, such as the moon, sun, planets, stars, galaxies, and constellations. You can even see the position of the International Space Station at any time and on any day. Even stranger, you can search for objects through keywords or by observing their shapes. Tap the screen to activate the astronomy app, point your phone in the direction of the stars, and enjoy.
The only downside to the app is that its star chart isn't supported by HD phones, and it's not as precise as looking out from a telescope. An impressive amount of information is housed within the app, though.
This is an easy-to-use, powerful astronomical stargazing tool that allows you to explore the mysteries of the universe. Just point the device in your hand at the night sky and you can observe the real-time position of planets, stars and thousands of constellations. The interactive star chart is even more breathtaking. You can also zoom in to view 3D models and other related celestial information.
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