SkySafari - Astronomy App Apk

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SkySafari is a powerful planetarium that fits in your pocket, puts the universe at your fingertips, and is incredibly easy to use!

Simply hold your device to the sky and quickly locate planets, constellations, satellites, and millions of stars and deep sky objects. Packed with interactive information and rich graphics, discover why SkySafari is your perfect stargazing companion under the night sky.

Notable Features:

• Ever wanted to know what the sky looked like in 500 B.C.? What about in 2190? With SkySafari, you can simulate the night sky from anywhere on Earth many years in the past or future! Animate meteor showers, comet approaches, transits, conjunctions, and other celestial events.

• Rich graphics unlike you’ve ever seen before! See galaxies, constellations, and more in stunning and vivid detail. Plus, optional constellation illustrations that will blow your mind.

• Just browsing the sky for something to look for? Check out the Tonight’s Best feature, which tells you which objects you’ll get the best view of tonight.

• Raise your device to the sky and SkySafari will find stars, constellations, planets, and more! The star chart updates automatically with your real time movements for the ultimate stargazing experience.

• Night Vision – Preserve your eyesight after dark.

• Locate the Sun, Moon, or Mars from our extensive database and track the arrow to be directed to their exact locations in the sky in front of you. See spectacular views of Venus, Jupiter, Saturn, and other planets!

• Learn about the history, mythology, and science of the heavens! Browse from hundreds of object descriptions, astronomical photographs, and NASA spacecraft images. Plus, stay up-to-date with SkyWeek for information about all major sky events every day – miss nothing!

• Watch animated meteor showers with complete viewing information & spectacular graphics.

• View 120,000 stars; over 200 star clusters, nebulae, and galaxies; all major planets and moons; and dozens of asteroids, comets, and satellites, including the International Space Station (ISS).

• Orbit Mode – Leave the Earth’s surface behind, and fly like a NASA space probe through the solar system (requires in-app purchase).

• Much more!

New in Version 6:

1) Complete support for Android 8. We’ve got you covered and release regular updates.

2) Clouds and astronomy, two words that rarely go together. SkySafari 6 will now (optionally) back up all your settings files and make it easily accessible on multiple devices as well as from our new web interface, LiveSky.com.

3) Redesigned toolbar, now with the ability to hide. Invisibility powers, activate!

4) Configurable font sizes - having trouble telling if that number is a 5 or a 6? Just make it bigger!

5) Better control of magnitude limits - for example, you can select to not see stars on the app that you can’t see with your naked eye!

6) Improved the databases!

7) Updated information for comets and asteroids!

8) Now the moon looks better when you zoom out! 🌚

Optional Feature:

Cosmos Collection: In-app purchase allows you to travel to other planets and stars, visualize the 3D location of deepsky objects in our galaxy, and listen to hours of audio guided tours of the heavens.

The Cosmos Collection includes:

Orbit Mode
Lift off from the Earth and travel to the planets, moons and stars.

Guided Audio Tours
Listen to more than four hours of audio narration to learn the history, mythology, and science of the heavens.

Galaxy View
Visualize the 3-D location of stars and deep sky objects in the Milky Way, our home galaxy.

Pronounce
The pronunciation guide in SkySafari will help you learn how to correctly pronounce the names of hundreds of celestial objects from different categories such as stars, constellations and planets.

For more deluxe features and telescope control, check out SkySafari 6 Plus and SkySafari 6 Pro!

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  • 6.7.2.0
  • Android 4.4 - KitKat (SDK: 19)
  • July 20, 2020
  • 4F9FE762BC550DBE8AD35872DC8F07C322DF729E
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  • Correcciones para traducciones al japonés.
    Correcciones para traducciones al alemán.
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  • 6.7.0.8
  • Android 4.4 - KitKat (SDK: 19)
  • May 6, 2020
  • 4F9FE762BC550DBE8AD35872DC8F07C322DF729E
  • 5aa320748ba52107a51bb7ae855ba0d3
  • SkyWeek replaced with calendar
    Planner correctly returns variable stars
    Fixed ability to update minor planet data on Android 4/5
    Fixed crash when importing some lists from the online repo
    Now available in Japanese
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  • 6.6.4.10
  • Android 4.4 - KitKat (SDK: 19)
  • January 31, 2020
  • 4F9FE762BC550DBE8AD35872DC8F07C322DF729E
  • 1f63a284adab41dd80456332fec09da5
  • Improved Search speed
    Fixed periodic crash during screen capture
    Improved some translations
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  • 6.2.0.38
  • Android 4.4 - KitKat (SDK: 19)
  • July 16, 2019
  • 4F9FE762BC550DBE8AD35872DC8F07C322DF729E
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10 recent comments of SkySafari - Astronomy App APK

Jay John

A button to turn the music on and off would be a nice addition

Rodger Bird

A pretty good basic (no telescope control), easy to use astronomy app. The app controls are simple to learn and use. I believe this app is much better than apps that cost more so I upgraded from version 4 to version 5. My only complaint is that the "Orbit Mode" feature is a IAP and you can not remove the "Orbit" icon from the bottom option bar. This becomes very annoying because every time you accidentally hit the "Orbits" icon, the app asks you to make a IAP to buy this feature. I deducted 1 star until this is fixed - since I have no use for this feature, I should not be nagged into buying it.

Mark Wilko

When I purchased it the app displayed a deal for the Plus version at $2.99. Looked into it and went to buy it only to find the price of over $20. Don't display deals that you won't honour, really put me off your company and I won't even think of paying full price for the upgrade in the future after this.

Well judged balance of presentation and accuracy in depicting sky. Controls smooth and intuitive. Music can be intrusive on default settings.

Spelling must be 100% perfect on searching for objects or there is a 0% chance you will find it. Also I double check my spelling on Iridium satellites and it doesn't seem to be able to find them.

Mike Sharp

It is ok.

I bought it to watch the solar eclipse information. All I got was the continuous progress indicator. I thought maybe it will be available during the eclipse. But the same thing during the entire eclipse. Disappointed. Edit: I can understand if the problem was just on Eclipse day. The problem is that the issue was prevalent on the previous day as well. In fact I got to the app from the Smithsonian app where all I saw was the spinning progress indicator (on Sunday). I thought maybe it's because I haven't installed this app. So I bought the app and installed it. Same problem. Then I went to Smithsonian's web site and that worked (albeit initially slowly). But the mobile app never did. Neither on my phone or tablet.

jon brad

Very nice to look at better than Google sky

Matt Trotta

I've only used the compass mode and it tells me what I'm looking at. That's great for this novice.

Boyan Boyanov

Fairly useless because it doesn't show meridional lines. You have to pay attention to the FOV or IL the app will fool you into thinking that the MW is a full arch when in reality the "arch" is 110 degrees in the sky. This app addresses some of the interface ills of Stellarium but not enough to make it worth the switch.

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