Holy crap I first saw this idea in a presentation at Ontario Science Center. There entitled "Powers of Ten". Holy crap was my reaction. What an incredable,mind stretching experience. Kudos to the creators of this app. Prepair to be boggled. I was - big time!
Atom to Quasars Zoom in and view the most tiny particles of matter, zoom out to the most distant galaxies. ... Watch videos of intricate details of all in between. .... A must for Cosmic observers of all ages.....
Simply incredible All it needs is to go down to Planck length!
I highly recommend this app to all. It is truly one of a kind.
ZOOM .Z🔍🔎M 😱 . Z🔎🔍M A perspective of the Universe within and without from the very largest to the very smallest in relation to viewing objects. It's an app that needs to be flicked through as well as studied. A lot of great information, five stars well deserved, greatly recommended from children to the elderly in fact everyone that's interested in this subject
An interesting quick glance at the cosmos A great way to spend an afternoon, scrolling from a single cell to the outer teaches of the universe with interesting blurbs about various items of interest on the way. The videos are some if the more impressive visuals I've seen, especially the one for the sun, shown in false colour magnetic imaging, I'd love to have that as a live wallpaper even.
The most interesting 3D models of planets, satellites, stars, galaxies, nebula.
Experience time and space with a digital astronomical clock – animated in 3D.