The night sky in your palm
Stars is a light application that displays the 88 constellations in the sky. Just touch the screen and see the universe moving around you.
The green line is the celestial equator, it is the projetion of the earth equator.
The red line is the ecliptic or the path of the sun. On the line is located the 12 constellations of the zodiac.
This application is standalone, it does not use any network resource.
Ratings and Reviews
Ses super parce que moi j'aime regarder les constellation et je sauvait pas trop ou il sont plaser !
*Make this application Multitouch compatible.
*Add a zoom feature.
*Add a search feature that allows you to search for the names of stars, planets, constellations, clusters, or anything.
*Add a click-to-view feature for the information on each star or constellation.
You should look at the Google Earth app. Even though it doesn't search for stars, it sets a good example.
Also, Pocket Universe is much better.
Needs Much work
This app should be programmed so that when you hold up your ipad/iphone it shows you the constilations in the direction in which your ipad/iphone is pointed and if you move your device to another place in the sky, it shows the constlatioms there. I found it boring, pointless, and unorganized as it was very confusing. It would be cool to say, "oh look, im standing right under Ursa major!"
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.