3.8
455 reviews
100K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

Created by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, this stunning educational app uses native mobile augmented reality to bring spacecraft explorers from across the solar system to whatever space you’re in. Find a flat surface and view interactive 3D models right in front of you, scaled to table-top size or in their true-to-life proportions. Take pics with the spacecraft in your favorite environments, and explore detailed info about their fascinating missions.

This tool is excellent for budding astronauts, teachers, and space enthusiasts. Bring NASA’s journey of exploration to life in the classroom, home, or anywhere.

Features:
Interact with 3D spacecraft models of the Curiosity rover, Opportunity, InSight, SMAP, Voyager, Juno, and Cassini, the 70-Meter Deep Space Network Antenna and more.
Learn about missions that explore Earth, Mars, and beyond
True-to-life and adjustable size interaction
In-depth information about each space mission
Camera functionality
Updated on
May 18, 2022

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3.8
455 reviews
Corina R
August 15, 2020
I have an S10 with Android 10 and the app doesn't work!! After selecting the mission and the vehicle, I'm supposed to see everything in 3d with the camera, but I can't. The screen stays black and it asks me to "move the phone around in circles until the app detects a horizontal surface". It never finds such "surface". Then, I downloaded a pdf with images of rocks to see if that worked, but again, it didn't. It really is a shame.
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A Google user
July 27, 2019
Fantastic use of AR technology for education. So cool being able to view detailed, 3d models of spacecraft in your own home. I was really surprised how well it worked. Can't wait to see more added in the future!
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Mike Crowe
May 7, 2020
Fun, but hard to navigate to alternative spacecraft (eg. launch vehicles) & exit from. I have to resort to putting phone into screen saver mode or restarting to get back to other menus!
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What's new

This update includes an upgraded International Space Station model, as well as bug fixes for Android mobile phones.