SkySafari Plus for Android - Screen Shots

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Spaceflight has never been so easy! SkySafari's intermediate version adds a hugely expanded database, wireless telescope control - and the ability to leave Earth behond and fly into orbit around other objects in the solar system - to the basic version. SkySafari Plus shows you 2.5 million stars, and 31,000 deep sky objects - including the entire NGC/IC catalog. It shows the Solar System's major planets and moons using NASA spacecraft imagery, and includes over 4,000 asteroids, comets, and satellites with updateable orbits.

This page contains screen shots of SkySafari Plus for Android. These screen shots illustrate the new features introduced SkySafari Plus. In other words - SkySafari Plus can do everything in the basic version, and more. These screen shots were generated on a Verizon Morotola Droid 2 Global and a Samsung Galaxy Tab. Due to variations among Android devices, SkySafari's exact appearance may differ slightly on your tablet or phone. You can click on any of the "preview" images below to view a full-sized image.

Click here to purchase SkySafari Plus on Google Play. Requires Android version 2.2 or later on a 1 GHz or faster Android phone or tablet.

Jupiter's moon Io, and Io's shadow, pass over
the Great Red Spot on November 5th, 2011,
as seen from Boston, MA, USA.

Evening conjunction of the Moon and
planets seen from Boise, Idaho, USA.

Venus transits the Sun on June 5th, 2012,
for the last time until 2117!

Saturn and its major moons, rendered from orbit around Saturn, on a tablet in portrait mode.
Tour Saturn's moons like the Cassini orbiter!

The telescope control interface, centered on the
Andromeda Galaxy (M 31) in Night Vision mode.
Compare to image on bottom right of this page.