There are many astronomy applications, but we will recommend several. That they give you varied things from each other, both in options, as in the app's own function. These are the best astronomy apps for your Android phone.
Of course, the first one to appear had to beSky MapSky Map is an application that began to be developed by Google, but was later donated to Sky Map Devs and is now Open Source.
This app stands out for the simplicity of its use. According to your position it helps you to see the constellations that you have nearby. And with the touch screen you slide to see all the constellations. Of course, you may lack the possibility to see it through the camera of your mobile or find more information, but to have it always at hand or to start with can be a fantastic option.
If with Sky Map you have missed being able to aim at the sky directly to see the constellations and to tell you which one you are seeing,Star mapIt is your app. There are many apps that allow us this, but Star Map is one of the ones that users have used the most since the beginning and that has gained a reputation based on its proper functioning.
You can also get information on each constellation and its mythology behind. You can also see all the information on the other side of the world pointing to the ground.
The following is Skysafari. One of the most complete apps. It allows you to see the trajectory of some satellites and Apollo 11. It has information about stars, constellations, etc. As Star Map and many others, it allows you to see what you are seeing in the sky through your camera.
Lets see how the sky was in the past and the predictions of how to be in the future, a somewhat curious but interesting function. You can also see and locate the planets and see images of them.
Star Walk 2 Free: Atlas of the sky and planets
If what you want is pure informationStar walk 2It is one of the best options. Collect information from planets, stars and much more. But apart from the large amount of information we can collect, another of its important features isthe astronomical calendar,Let you know when there are important astronomical events.
This application is something curious, and we will not see stars, constellations, or planets here. What we will see is theInternational Space Station.Yes, the truth is that the name is quite explicit, the EEI detectorIt is used to detect IAS. If you are interested in this, take a look.
Of course if we have to go see the stars, it is best that there be as little light as possible. That includes the moonlight. So it is always good to know when there will be a full moon or a new moon (with all its phases in between, of course). So withMoon phases You can have a lunar calendar with 3D simulation quickly and easily.
If your English is good and you are willing to checkout,VortexIt is a very viable option. Vortex allows you to see constellations through the camera of your phone, in real time and from anywhere, even see those from another part of the world. But it also includes an astronomical calendar, detailed information of everything you see through your camera and you can see it in different ways to know everything you need.
Loss of the Night
This app, like the Moon Phases, should be mandatory if you really like to go see stars. Through user information, it allows you to see thatthe amount of pollution of the place where you are.Although the most important part of this appis that you are the one who enters information,It is easy and simple and no technical knowledge is needed.
And finally, the NASA app. To find out, not only about the missions they currently carry out, but also to be able to see all the photos they see posting of their missions.
These are our recommendations.Any personal recommendations?