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Space exploration apps #3569
09/12/2018 09:05 AM
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Do you know any useful apps which I can explore through space and learn about the other Galaxies, Black Holes, etc? (Android and Windows)


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Well I don't know if humanity actually know enough for having an apps about it..


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Google Earth has a space map also perhaps and a map for Mars perhaps

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I had a deal with google but he let me down...


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Re: Space exploration apps [Re: frankie85] #3609
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Thanks but Google monitors us and that's why I don't like it.


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Re: Space exploration apps [Re: Xeno] #3611
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Originally Posted by Xeno
I had a deal with google but he let me down...

What do you mean?


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Re: Space exploration apps [Re: Puff] #3613
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I tend to meditate and use only headlamp for signals( once I learn) sometimes use the LED scroller combined with the binary converter app on the play store to convey messages if they are possibly looking.

I figure any Interstellar civilization would be able to understand binary.


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I use Google sky map to find things but it is lacking a lot of information. You cant click on an object and automatically find info about it. It is also limited to what we can see from earth in an open field at night.

I used to have a computer software called starry night, which did all sorts of cool stuff. You could move throughout space and find different perspectives, speed up or slow down time, forward or reverse, and it had millions of stars and galaxies in it. I have no idea if it still exists.that was several years ago now. And it was for the computer. But it did have a lot of info about the objects in it without having to Google them.

Aside from that.. research is done on google.... sorry... like it or not, Google is one of a few search engines and is definitely the largest, with the most information.

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