Look up And Wonder
13th Jul. 2011 :: Free NASA Android App


Hey All, NASA has a FREE Android app. You can find a huge collection of images, videos, mission information, news, NASA TV and other featured content. It is also completely free. :)

My favourite feature is Sighting Opportunities, which uses your phone's GPS to suggest when you may be able to see objects such as the ISS.

There is also a launch schedule calendar, I'm looking forward to Juno's launch on the 5th August (more on that mission soon).



NASA Android App


Comments (0)

No comments yet :(

(Optional)
  • Allowed markup: <a> <i> <b> <em> <u> <s> <strong> <code> <pre> <p>
  • All other tags will be stripped, unless they are in a <pre> (use this for blocks of code)
  • External links will have the rel="nofollow" attribute applied
Astronomy Tools and Information

Glossary
Solar System Planets
Messier Objects
New General Catalogue (NGC) Objects
Constellations

Most Recent Posts

One Million SETI Credits
The Transit of Venus June 2012
Solar System Planets
Mars and Venus
The Amazing Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights)
New Rosette Attempt
Short Timelapse Sunset
New Attempt at Processing NGC2246 with PixInsight
A Cold Night
Another Attempt at M1 and NGC2246
Busy Timelapse Skies
Reprocessed Andromeda Galaxy
Its a Steep Learning Curve ~ M1 and NGC2246
Sky Trails
Another Attempt at Andromeda (M31)
The ExoPlanet Count is Likely to Reach Trillions
Venus
Tycho Crater
Moon Mosaic
The Andromeda Galaxy (M31)
Current Exoplanet Count
  • Candidates
  • Confirmed
  • Total
  • 2,321

  • 691

  • 3,012

Currently Popular Astronomy Links

Cassini’s view of Saturn on Jan. 26, 2015
Kala Jadu Ka Tor, Kala Jadu Specialist, Vashikaran Specialist Astrologer India
Is this Jupiter with 4 moons?!
An ancient extrasolar system with five sub-Earth-size planets
Cycles in the Sky: Crash Course Astronomy #3
Anyone else in the Midwest happen to catch this meteor around 12:15 AM?
New moon and Venus setting photos and timelapse video
One kilometre2 of telescopes will by 2025 give extraordinary new insights into pulsars, cosmic magnetism, the early stages of the Universe, and the search for life in the Universe! The SKA is a collaboration between 11 countries over 20+ years!
Weird X-rays spur speculation about dark matter detection
From Heaven to Earth: how the moons of Jupiter can tell you exactly where on Earth you are
What have I been seeing in the evening sky that appears to flicker sometimes?
Gamma-Ray Nova Cake
"Mommy, I can see the aliens!"
Unboxing NexStar 8SE
Kepler spots ancient solar system with Earth-size planets
Astronomical discovery: 'Super Saturn' with rings 200 times as large
Asteroid that flew past Earth on Monday has a moon!
NASA’s Dawn spacecraft captures best-ever view of dwarf planet Ceres
Astronomers at University of Texas at Austin witness a giant black hole choking on a swallowed star
Details of PowerPC microserver aimed at square kilometre array
Took this with Canon EOS M. 420mm at f8.


Get relevant, popular links for your website from Here's A Link
Older Posts

The Pleiades (M45)
The Nebulas in Orion
Hints ot the Higgs
Earth HiRes Animation from Nasa
The World Would Be A Better Place If Everyone Watched This Video At Least Once!
Carl Sagan
The Journey Home. More stunning HD Footage from Nasa...
Amazing High Def Video of Jupiter
Sun Mosaic
November Sun
Full Funding Secured for James Webb Space Telescope!
Photographing Jupiter
Save The James Webb Space Telescope Petition
The Nature of Reality ~ Do We Live in Eight Dimensional Phase Space
Juno Launch Update
More Water Evidence Adds to Intrigue Surrounding Mars
Hubble Continues to Amaze with new Pluto Moon Discovery
Is the James Webb Space Telescope Worth It
JWST Program Status July 2011
Dawn Enters Vesta Orbit
Hail to the King ~ Juno, Jupiter and origins of the Solar System
Free NASA Android App
Happy Birthday Neptune
M51 Supernova SN2011dh
M51 And UFOs
NASA Human Space Flight Strategy
Last Flight of the Space Shuttle
Proposed Cancellation of JWST
A Universe Not Made For Us
Saturn
The Moon
M31 The Andromeda Galaxy
Total Solar Eclipse, Hao Atoll, South Pacific
M42 The Great Nebula in Orion
Jupiter (IO, Ganymede, Europa, Callisto)
M51 The Whirlpool Galaxy
M13 The Great Globular Cluster in Hercules
Sir Patrick Moore
About Me

I am an amateur astronomer; I am interested in science, innovation, astronomy and general musing about philosophies of life, the universe and our place in it.

I love to look up and wonder, and this blog is mostly what results from that wondering.

I also enjoy Paragliding.

All images are copyrighted and owned by me, except where stated, please do not copy or use them unless with permission.

Please feel free to contact me for any reason, the best method is to use this contact form.