Globe View Browse the globe for somewhere to visit, or just visit your home location (selected by GPS.) The ISS is shown in the correct position.
Ground VIew Point the phone to the sky and it will show you what you're looking at.
Detail Level You can change the level of detail to match the current conditions/
Change Detail ... move the slider change the level of detail.
Add Constellation Lines
Add Constellation Art
Add Constellation Labels
Add Star Labels
Add Planet Labels
Add Messier Labels
Browsing the Sky When you're moving the phone around the sky, the current constellation is highlighted.
Night Mode You can select night mode for easier viewing.
Object Catalogue Browse the catalogue for an object of interest. Here, we select Mars.
Object Details We are then given the choice to find the object in the sky, or view its Wikipedia page.
Find an Object in the Sky We've chosen to find Mars. An arrow shows us where we should point the phone.
Mars Found! And there is Mars.
Browsing Objects on Screen If we select the question mark icon, we can drag a cursor around the screen to examine the visble objects. Tapping on the top left button takes us to the detail screen.
Object Catalogue - Constellations All the main western constellations are featured, with artwork and Wikipedia links.
Object Catalogue - Messier Objects All the main Messier objects are featured, with artwork and Wikipedia links.
Object Catalogue - Stars A selection of around 200 named stars is featured, with Wikipedia links. The remaining 7000 stars in the app are identified by their HIP number.
Object Catalogue - ISS We can set an alarm for when the ISS is next overhead. When you acknowledge the alarm you will immediately guided to ISS as it traverses the sky.
Atmosphere It the Ground View you can elect to show the atmosphere.
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