forgot external gravitational barycenter I love this app, but it does not take into account that the entire Pluto system (including Pluto) orbits a gravitational barycenter outside of Pluto's body. I hope this is updated since that is one of the most interesting features of the system and users unaware of this fact would be missing out.
Downloading images Fantastic app! Looking forward to 16 more months of images appearing here. With that said, could you please add a feature where we can tap and hold on an image and download it to our device? That way, we can view them offline, zoom in, explore, and dream. Thanks.
Needs an update Update: Now freezes and won't go to the posts at all. Please lose the blinding white flash of blank screen when transitioning between pages. It is very jarring and hurts my eyes after a dark app. Otherwise this is fantastic on my S4 Mini.
Awesome! But one flaw Great interactive feature of orbits of all planets in its "location" feature. However, this feature has a broken function: its keypad to control the number of months, days, or years elapsing does not work. Otherwise awesome!
Good content, not good app The images and news are wonderful. The app itself is now-intuitive though and is also sending me a ton of push notifications, some when there is nothing new. This wouldn't be too bad, but there is apparently no way to turn them off as there is no settings page. Must uninstall to get them to stop.
Wonderful app! Great simulations and also history leading up to the event. Considering NASA said they'd be receiving Pluto system pictures for the next 18 months from the New Horizons space, there is plenty to look forward too. You can tell the love that has gone into making this project.
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