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  • Subject and Topic:
    • Physics - Astronomy
  • Creator: Wolfgang Zima
  • Type: App
  • Language: English
  • Platform: Android
  • Price: Paid
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Mobile Observatory - Astronomy

http://techpp.com/2012/11/08/android-physics-apps/
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Description:

Astronomy and Astrophysics are two of the most awesome branches of physics. And such an app should not miss fromt the phone of any amateur astronomer or physics student. Mobile Observatory – Astronomy is an Android physics app that features a fully zoomable night sky map complete with detailed information about planets of all sizes, stars and nebulas.


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  • Mobile observatory everytime , everywhere!

    The app does not only include a live, zoomable sky map telling users what sky object users are looking at but provides users with loads of detailed extra information on stars, planets, deep sky objects, meteor showers, comets, asteroids, lunar and solar eclipses as well as detailed ephemeris of all included sky objects and an interactive top-down view of the Solar System. All that in just one app!

  • Tips for using the product

    It is encouraged to explore the software at night and also cross check it with conventional astronomy observation tools.