What's up in the Sky?
Find out what sky objects are visible from your location and determine the best time for observation.
Ursa Majorthe big bear, the big dipper
SiriusHIP 32349, HR 2491, HD 48915
C/2019 U6 (Lemmon)comet
ISSNORAD ID 25544
STARLINK-1329NORAD ID 45531
Keep abreast of spectacular astronomy events and get notified about them on time.
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Explore satellites, star clusters, nebulae, galaxies, asteroids, comets, and meteors with various app's extensions.
The original Star Walk remains one of the best apps for budding stargazers of all levels, but Star Walk 2 has added some excellent features for night-time jaunts. Point it at the sky and you’ll soon be marvelling at the cosmos.
Star Walk 2 is a stargazing app with a beautiful, crisp UI. It offers a variety of camera modes: free roam, scroll/manual, and augmented reality. You can travel in time to see skies from the past and future, and the app also boasts an interesting "What's New" feed of the latest astronomy news.
Star Walk 2 assists you in exploring the sky. Satisfy your curiosity by identifying stars, constellations, planets, satellites, asteroids, comets, spacecraft, nebulae, the ISS, Hubble Space Telescope, and other celestial bodies in real time with your smart device.
Take a Quiz!
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Quiz: What Star Is This❓⭐
Do you know where Polaris and Sirius are located? Test your astronomy knowledge with this quiz! Name all the stars correctly and win a prize!
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