It is the biggest and constantly updated space Illustrated Encyclopedia. Every day astrophysicists tells about interesting facts and events from the life of the Universe in accessible language! The app contains more than 7,500 articles. This is the whole volume of the material since the foundation of the project, which has lasted about twenty years. Navigation between related articles will allow you to plunge deeper into the phenomenon described. A detailed photos will allow you to closer to examine it. For over 20 years now the U.S. space agency (NASA) has been posting one astronomy picture with a detailed description of a depicted event or phenomenon a day. – Most detailed images of the Solar System's planets and their natural satellites, taken by spacecrafts while performing their tasks. For example, not so long ago the MESSENGER completed its mission at Mercury, and as a result we can see detailed images of the planet's surface with its hills, lowlands and magnetic anomalies. – Images of a comet's surface with incredible detail, recently received from the Rosetta, make you feel as if you were standing in your backyard. – Detailed images of Pluto and Charon with its dark area nicknamed “Mordor”, which were made when the New Horizons spacecraft approached the distant reaches of the Solar System, one can call the main astronomical event of the year. – Images of galaxies and the majestic process of them merging together. – Rockets launching and photos from launching sites. In our app you will find it all with easy to use navigation by days. You can see what has been posted today, or what was posted yesterday, the day before yesterday or last week. Several levels of detail will allow you to easily select a random day from an image preview, then go to view it and read its description. Each new day the app updates its image automatically. The descriptions of images are available in English, Spanish, Russian, French, German, Polish and Czech. Everything is translated by amateur astronomers from these countries. For someone who interested to read - we show large text description. Who wants to see the picture - the socket can be removed from the text and watch the picture. Who wants to see the smallest details can click on the magnifying glass and in high resolution to see all the details. We take into account all the interests of users. We made zoom. And then scroll left / right to look preview of day by month. Open every day. You can read, go to the links, take a walk back / forward / inward.
What's new in this version
Current version: - Added new screen to show all articles in selected section. Previous version: - Added ability to hide text and previews to quick access to current picture - Added random appearance of previews by topics - Deleted scroll inside topics - Fixed names in topics based on the current language Previous version: - Added the following topics: Planets, Stars, Black holes, Nebulas, Galaxies, Milky Way, Comets, Sun system and more Version 1.7: - Fixed tile notifications - Prepare to big update and group all notes by topics Version 1.6: - all errors that were displaying in the localized text in the user's language were corrected; Version 1.5: - there was added a link in the text with the ability to go to the links within the specified days - the ability to return to the original day (from which the transition was made) was added - the support for windows phones was added - the support for all days of the 7500 draft was added - there are some changes to the interface - work on the bugs has been done
Approximate size27.02 MB
InstallationGet this app while signed in to your Microsoft account and install on up to ten Windows 10 devices.
Language supportedEnglish (United States)
Čeština (Česká Republika)
Español (España, Alfabetización Internacional)