Space Images. There's nothing quite as mind blowing as a photo of a black hole imploding, a star being born or a solar flare. This app works. Love astronomy? Get your smartphone in on your love for the stars. While we used to turn to astronomy books and home telescopes to observe constellations. SkyView® Free brings stargazing to everyone, and it's totally free! Simply point your iPhone, iPad, or iPod at the sky to identify stars. Jean-Marc POIRIER 2 janvier It was compiled and published by comet hunter Charles Messier in , and was later expanded. You can also change your location to view the night sky from other points on Earth , and in-app purchases unlock enhanced star catalogues, meteor showers, comets etc. Feature-rich apps allow the Milky Way to be shown as it would appear in other wavelengths of the electromagnetic spectrum, allowing you to view the sky with new eyes. First, get used to how the horizon appears on the app. In versions before 6. It's the best way possible to stay up to date with the world's space association. Love to catch up on what NASA the space agency is working on? And the tracking of the ISS orbit was off a bit too, although it paralleled what I saw pretty close. Distant Suns It can be very difficult to identify planets, stars, and clusters at home from your backyard, especially if you are a beginner. Ghostery Click the Ghostery icon. For security reasons you should upgrade your browser. Customer Reviews One of the main reasons I use my phone. It was great to see the ISS. While we used to turn to astronomy books and home telescopes to observe constellations and planetary bodies, now we have apps for that, scratch that, we have 10 apps for your iOS or Android device to help find the locations of stars, planets , satellites and space stations. If not, Sky Map cannot tell your orientation. The orbits of newly discovered asteroids and comets have to be loaded by the app via software updates or by downloading the data from the Web from time to time. L'occasion d'essayer les applis concurrentes, donc, merci Google!!