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Map to the stars for iOS

By Andrei NistorescuFreeUser Rating

Key Details of Map to the stars

  • Explore alien worlds in space.
  • Last updated on 5/16/2024
  • There have been 4 updates
  • Virus scan status:

    Clean (it's extremely likely that this software program is clean)


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Developer's Description

Explore alien worlds in space.

Ever wondered how far from Earth are the stars you see in the night sky? Or how far or close they are to each other? Now you can visualize those distances in 3D with a star map divided into 10 parsec sectors (cubes) or 32.62 light years, for an easier observation. Sector (0 ,0 ,0) is our home sector and Sol is the Solar System.

Take a thrilling ride through space and visit strange new alien star systems and black holes.

Features

Over 248.000 stars in the database from the European Space Agency's Hipparcos mission, the Gliese catalogue and parts of the ASCC - All Sky Compiled Catalogue

14 black holes in binary systems

Search for stars by constellation, name, catalog or star type (color)

Star radius comparison with our own Sun

Detailed information on every star including its catalog designations, the system type (binary, ternary, quaternary system and so on), distance from the Sun and star radius

Explore space and get a little closer to our wonderful universe with this awesome astronomy app!

This interactive 3D map is excellent for teachers to use for instruction, and it is a great resource for students to explore the Milky Way galaxy and space as they learn more about the universe we live in.

Find out how far from Earth are some of the more famous stars out there:

Sirius, the Dog Star

Polaris, the North Star

Castor, a 6-star system

Aldebaran, Betelgeuse, Rigel, Vega, Eta Carinae, Canopus, Alpha Centauri, Epsilon Eridani, Tau Ceti and thousands more!

Compare the radius of stars with our own Sun and find out which are the biggest and smallest stars out there. Can you encounter a sun-like star?

An internet connection is necessary to access the online stellar database as well as the wiki information.


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