Astronomy Apps

  • 3D Sun
  • Astro App
  • Cosmos
  • Deluxe Moon by LifeWareSolutions ($2.99) : This has become my "go to" Moon application for studying phases of the moon and the impact of lunar activities on the Earth. Outside of the classroom, it is a fun application that provides excellent information in a fun and user friendly environment. 
  • Distant Suns
  • ESA: (Free) - European Space Administration website.
  • Exoplanet: (Free) - "The Exoplanet app is a highly visual and interactive catalog of all known exoplanets."
  • Mars Atlas
  • MarsGlobe: (Free) - Website that allows for more in-depth views of the red planet.
  • Mercury Atlas
  • Moon 3D
  • Moon Atlas
  • MoonGlobe: (Free) - Website that allows for more in-depth views of our primary satellite.
  • NASA: (Free) - National Aeronautical Space Administration website
  • NASA Television
  • Orbits HD
  • Planets
  • pocket universe: ($2.99) - One of my favorites. Great astronomy site for adults and youth. 
  • Redshift by USM
  • Rocket Science 101 by NASA (FREE)
  • Sky Guide
  • Sky Safari
  • SkyView
  • SkyWeek: (Free) - "Interactive, mobile version of Sky & Telescope magazine."
  • SolarSystem: ($13.99) - Touch Press does another great app. Well worth the price.
  • SolarWalk: ($2.99) - *** Featured by Apple as Best Apps of 2010, 2011 and 2012 ***
  • StarWalk: ($2.99) - Excellent Stargazing app.
  • Galaxies by Discover Kids (FREE)
  • Sun by Discover Kids ($3.99)
  • Sun Seeker by ozPDA ($6.99)

**If you do not see a review of the program or item, please email me your questions or thoughts. All apps and items on this blog have been tested by me and I am happy to share my opinions.

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App List

Most are linked to the iTunes review page. Please email me if you have any questions.