Pro version issues Why does the earth always show one side in sunlight?? It should reflect the real scenario as the earth rotates- it always shows the Asian region in sunlight .This is basic stuff(like the world clock as seen in iPhone and Note 5) and should have been there in the Pro version . Other than that its a good app .
I purchased the pro because I thought it would have a different space craft other then that ridiculous Santa flying around… very very disapointed. Please delete Santa the Christmas season is over, great app, thank you!
Was good until update I just updated it and now among the reality of the earth Neil have gone and up mythical monster santa going around. Take that thing off, so this can be a useful teaching tool.
One of the"best"things going! My 3 year old loves this thing and so do I!One request though,would you please give us santa claus back?Meant so much to have him on the free version.The update took him away and my little boy misses him
Beautiful and Educational This app is a great way of learning about the solar system and looks absolutely stunning especially with a decent smartphone screen. The best part of the app apart from the space flight is the 3D image of Juno spacecraft that looks stunning and I can appreciate the effort of NASA. Please keep this up to date and please add new spacecraft as they launch or in the news. I appreciate your hard work keep up it.
Bring back some of the old pro features and i would say five star rating Solar system free finger navigation, without flyby. Time settings future, present, past.
Updated german translation
Extended Santa's visit a couple of weeks
* Santa can be turned off in the settings menu
Back button behaviour is now more consistent
Fixed some minor UI bugs
V2.7.3 Fixed the share button
Added space Santa for the holidays and a new settings option to turn him off
New Horizons imagery and new text added for Pluto
Updated Ceres texture showing the mysterious white spots.
Discover Stars, Planets and Satellites with a telescope and NASA space missions!
Explore Stars, Planets and Satellites with a telescope and NASA space missions!