SkySafari Pro for Android - Screen Shots

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If you're the obsessed kind of observer who wants it all, SkySafari Pro is the right version of our Android app for you. It has the largest database of any mobile astronomy app, period. It contains over 15.3 million stars from the Hubble Guide Star catalog, plus 740,000 galaxies down to 18th magnitude, and over 580,000 solar system objects - including every comet and asteroid ever discovered. SkySafari Pro's new Moon map, based on 2009 Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter imagery, has 8x the resolution of any other SkySafari version. Yet it runs just as quickly and smoothly as the basic version.

SkySafari Pro can also do everything in SkySafari Plus, and more. These screen shots help illustrate the new features unique to SkySafari Pro. They 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 Pro on Google Play. Requires Android version 2.2 or later on a 1 GHz or faster Android phone or tablet.

Wide-field view of the sky, showing asteroids and a few planets,
clustered along the Ecliptic - the plane of the Solar System.
SkySafari Pro's solar system database contains over 580,000
objects, including every asteroid and comet ever discovered.

Reproducing the impact of comet Shoemaker-
Levy 9 with Jupiter on 20 July 1994.

The southern Milky Way, with Alpha and
Beta Centauri and the Southern Cross,
as seen from Suva, Tonga.

The region around the crater Plato as seen from orbit around the Moon.
SkySafari Pro's Moon map, based on 2009 Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter
data, has 8x the resolution of any other SkySafari version.

With more than 740,000 deep sky objects, SkySafari Pro plots the Virgo Cluster
on a Samsung Galaxy Tab with galaxies to 18th magnitude.

Telescope controls, centered around the Lagoon and Trifid nebulae
(M 8 and M 20) in Sagittarius, shown by SkySafari on a tablet
in portrait mode, with background stars to 15th magnitude.

Object Info for M31 in night vision mode.
Find data on millions of objects instantly!

SkySafari Pro lets you create observing lists
that help you plan and log your observations.