Can anyone help? Sometimes it works well, other times it gets stuck and doesn't react as I point it in different directions. GPS is on, and I can't figure out what other settings should be enabled. Location is on on the phone too.... Any suggestions very gratefully received. My phone is a Motorola running Android
Would like a way to enable topocentric coordinates so the earth and moon line up during the solar eclipse correctly. Otherwise things are a few minutes off, depending on where in the path of totality one is. Aug 21 North American eclipse coming up so I checked it against NASA's data. Desktop version lets you change this setting.
I feel like the information and graphics are decent. However, in terms of gps/accelerometer, I have no luck with it matching my actual direction. I'm on a Galaxy s6 edge, Android 7. All location services on. No matter which way I'm pointed, it always says East. Basically, only useful if I turn those features off and manually point it for info/time.
I'm VERY disappointed.. I have the pc app and that version is FAR superior. I can't calibrate the app.. so when I'm facing south, the app says I'm facing north. When I focus on an object and try to zoom in the app crashes. When ever I open the app it fast forwards to the night EVERY TIME.. Even though it 10:44 am right now. I'm very dissapointed. Even though sky map sucks.. right now it's an easier and more accurate app. Please fix because I want to stay with stellarium (based on how good the pc version is).
Basically useless when compared with the desktop version. Impossible to name and save a location. No compass marks. Very difficult to determine in what timezone the app is working. After entering coordinates for Pyramid Lake in Jasper, Alberta in this app and the same coordinates and time in the desktop app, obtain completely different results. Asking for a refund
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Blow the blowfish back to water! A physic/puzzle game using fluid simulation.