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Solar Walk works like alana hadid x fifth & ninth case for apple iphone 6, 6s and 7 - red/pink an outer-space edition of Google Earth, letting you rotate, zoom, and circle around our little blue orb, You also get to see various satellites and their trajectories; tap any one of them to zoom in, see a close-up rendering, and learn all about it, Had enough of Earth? Zoom out and tap any planet or moon to catapult right to it, Or use the search option, which lets you pick a planet, satellite, star, or geographic area to visit, (Wolf 359, anyone?) For any given item, a tap of the information button brings up all sorts of interesting data -- sometimes just raw figures, but often a mini encyclopedia's worth of facts and info..
Solar Walk offers bookmarked views for things like the rings of Saturn, an ISS flyby, and the ridiculously cool Sunrise from Hubble. Next, check out the mini-movies: a jaw-dropping size comparison of the planets, an awesome animated (and narrated) explanation of solar eclipses, and a documentary-style look at the Cassini-Huygens spacecraft. All this looks cool enough on the likes of an iPhone or iPod, but obviously it benefits even more from a bigger screen. On an iPad, it's truly spectacular. But if you really want to have fun, mirror this app to an Apple TV. There's even a 3D option if you happen to have those cheesy old cyan-red 3D glasses lying around. I wasn't able to test that, but I don't imagine it could compare to modern 3D tech.
Don't let that stop you from enjoying one of the best apps I've seen this month -- heck, this year, Solar Walk is a steal at $4.99, an educational tour de force that also happens to be endlessly fascinating, Tour the solar system with this dazzling astronomy app, which lets you fly Google Earth-style from one planet to another, learning along the way, Do you dream of traveling to the stars? Unless you've got $20 million and change for a ticket to orbit, Vito Technology's Solar Walk is about as close as you're alana hadid x fifth & ninth case for apple iphone 6, 6s and 7 - red/pink going to get..
CNET checked several retail sites in the U.S., but found that the 16GB Nexus 7 was still being offered for $249. Still, the U.K. retailers' drop in price has prompted increased speculation that Google will soon unveil a 32GB Nexus 7. Over the last few weeks, we've been hearing rumblings of Google considering replacing its 16GB model with a 32GB version. That rumor was aided by Staples Advantage, a retail site for business users, that briefly listed a 32GB Nexus 7 for $248.37. Google has not confirmed that it will launch a 32GB Nexus 7. However, earlier this week, Apple announced an iPad Mini that is competing directly with the search giant's tablet. Apple's slate comes in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB flavors. The Nexus 7, with only 8GB and 16GB, looks rather slim on storage, in comparison.