Star Rover HD - Stargazing and Night Sky Watching
By EEFan Inc.
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Do you love the starry night? Do you want to know everything in the sky? Star Rover HD is the fantastic planetarium for your iPad. Just hold up your iPad and Star Rover HD will tell you exactly what you are pointing at.
Star Rover HD determines your location automatically. You'll see the stars, moon, planets, constellations in their proper place from your current location. As you move your iPad, the star map updates in real time.
Star Rover HD makes the virtual sky a gorgeous view. You can see star twinkling, beautiful nebulae, occasional meteor and even sunset glow in the evening.
Star Rover HD is very easy to use. You can simply tap the buttons on the screen to change the sky view and use pinch-to-zoom gesture for everything you want to know in the night sky.
- Over 120,000 stars.
- All 88 constellations with beautiful artworks.
- Planets and their moons.
- Moon phases.
- Real images of nebulae (Messier catalogue).
- Sky objects information.
- Realistic Milky Way.
- Star twinkling.
- Equatorial and azimuthal grids.
- Realistic atmosphere, sunrise and sunset.
- Eclipse simulation.
- Sky view underneath the horizon.
- Time setting and animation.
- Manually location setting.
- Point and view.
What's New in Version 2.5.1
Minor bug fixes.
Used it last night to watch/look at the "blood moon". Had looked at some internet information, but this app really gave me a beautiful view of the whole night sky! I've always wanted to look at the constellations, and I know this will be such a great aid. So much better than looking in a book, and then at the night sky! For only the first time I've really used it, I think I'm going to love it!!
RA and Declination!
Information just pop out when you tap it hahah, feels so good. Love those details! Better than Star Light!
But for some further galaxy and nebulae, they are just some pictures with clear edges. It's better to provide more information rather than just "credit" lol such as more pictures and distance and such
Please add on horizontal coordinates for stars ~ It's better for observation <3
The app is great! The only things I wish it had are a setting to see constellation pictures and names at the same time and landscape compatibility. If you could add those, that would be great! Thanks!