Planets is an educational document with which you can start to learn about the physical characteristics of the different planets in our solar system.
The program includes 3D models with realistic textures based on the surfaces of the planets, and a wide variety of information such as: distance from the sun, diameter, mass, atmospheric composition, surface matter and more.
An interesting scientific guide for your PDA.
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Supported operating systems:
Palm OS 5.x
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