3.6
97 reviews
10K+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

This draws 40,000 stars (complete up to magnitude 8) with fairly realistic brightness simulation, and lets you rotate and zoom. It's not a useful astronomy program--nothing is labeled, there are no planets or deep-space objects, and the horizon is not shown--but it can be relaxing to zoom among the stars and try to identify constellations. I made this while trying to figure out how to best render stars, as part of my work on a much more serious (and still free) astronomy app. If you don't enjoy it, just delete it. If you find a bug, let me know.
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Jul 1, 2011

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3.6
97 reviews
A Google user
July 30, 2011
Better than a lot of other Android astronomy apps. As is, this could make a nice live wallpaper. Looking forward to the "real" app.
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A Google user
July 13, 2011
As the author says, not useful. However, it is interesting in its own right.
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A Google user
August 14, 2012
Very immersive experience, can't fault it considering the small app footprint
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