SkySafari 3 Pro - SkySafari Pro is a chart star app for all astronomy enthusiasts. It includes a comprehensive database of 15.3 million stars, 740,000 galaxies down to 18th magnitude, and over 580,000 solar system objects.
In addition, the application displays the Solar System's planets along with their moons, as well as every comet and asteroid ever discovered
Solar Walk Free - This app is a lite version of the popular astronomy software Solar Walk. It lets you explore Saturn, the sixth planet from the Sun, as well as its moons: Mimas, Enceladus, Tethys, Dione, Rhea, Titan, Hyperion, and Iapetus, in 3D
SkyView - Where will the Sun rise and set today? Is there a Full Moon tonight? Where is the constellation Orion? Am I looking at a bright star or a planet? What are some fun facts about these objects?
SkyView is a powerful and easy-to-use application that answers these questions and more
HubbleSite, the online home of NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope, invites you to help choose the world’s most popular Hubble images. Get wallpapers, Hubble facts, and more.
Hubble’s vast collection of images awaits your critical and discerning eye
The Night Sky for iPhone/iPad - The Night Sky is a useful app that allows astronomy enthusiasts to quickly identify celestial bodies.
Simply point your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to a star, constellation, planet or other object in the sky and the software will tell you its name
Redshift - Redshift brings the night sky to your iOS device, with all major and dwarf planets, constellations and bright stars - displayed in top quality. The application goes beyond the basic planetarium because it also displays a 3D-model of the nearby part of our Galaxy.
Perform various amazing 3-D flights and visit the Moon and all planets in our Solar system
SkySafari 3 - SkySafari is a chart star app for all astronomy enthusiasts. It includes a comprehensive database of 120,000 stars and 220 of the most known star clusters, nebulae and galaxies.
In addition, the application displays the Solar System's planets along with their moons, as well as the most important asteroids and comets