Moons of Uranus is an android app designed to predict positions of five largest Uranus moons: Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania and Oberon. This application allows to:
-Show positions of moons (three different view modes available)
-Display all moon tracks
Moons of Uranus, visualized, proposed, and assisted by advanced amateur astronomer Chris Grohusko of @elpasotelescopecafe on instagram with 22 years of night sky observing, was designed as a tool for observers in very high powered telescopes to use for matching the positions of Uranus' moons in this app to what is seen through the eyepiece of a telescope. The date and time is in Greenwich (GMT) or Universal Time (UTC)/Zebra Time (Z), so you will have to convert your local time to UTC/GMT time on google in order to use and understand this app. It can also be used as a basic and fun way to see the motions and positions of Uranus' moons Miranda, Ariel, Umbriel, Titania, and Oberon even if you are not a pro astronomer.