Sun might technically be a science app for children, but even adults could end up learning a few new things about our nearest star.
Not all of us can afford our own deep space camera, but Slooh lets you borrow one for a bit – actually rotating the cameras to focus on stars and planets.
Stars. They’re over our heads every night and while we’ll likely never get to visit one, there’s a travel guide anyway.
The Solar Walk app lets you learn all about the sky above us, with over 375 images and eight videos.
Odds are you won’t get to explore the stars yourself – or even have access to all of NASA’s tools. The Visualization Explorer app is the next best thing.
Philadelphia isn’t just America’s fifth largest city, it’s also iconic and full of history, which is perfect grist for filmmakers and film buffs alike.
Stargazing goes high tech with the Night Sky app – an educational app that makes astronomy accessible to pretty much anyone.
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The Franklin Institute’s observatory is just one of a few places where you can take in the view Thursday night.