Sunday, December 12, 2010

Introduction to Space Flying With 3DAstronomer

As children, we dream of someday exploring the great unknown: the vast universe beyond our earth’s atmosphere. Unless you are an astronaut or can shell out $100,000 to catch a ride into space, chances are the closest you will ever get to the stars is your own back yard on a clear night.

Until now.

We are excited to introduce our first-of-its-kind space simulator, 3DAstronomer. Now you can explore the wonders of the universe- and you can do it safely in the comfort of your own home.

3DAstronomer is like Google Earth, but for the entire solar system and beyond. We have taken data gathered by the European Space Agency, including imagery, telemetry, and positional data for planet, asteroids and stars, and mapped it in 3D. The program is easy to use, with basic settings a child can manipulate. The program is suitable for educational purposes, for space enthusiasts, and professional astronomers or astrophysicists. Get up close and personal with the red sands of Mars, the moons of Jupiter, the rings of Saturn, or the blazing surface of the sun. Visit the searing surface of Venus and view it in a panoramic 360° vista.

There has never been a space simulator program like 3DAstronomer. It can take you anywhere in space you want to go, and show you the wonder, beauty and the vastness of our galaxy… and beyond.

3DAstronomer, is a real-time space simulator, allows you to travel all throughout the solar system, to any of over 100,000 stars, or even beyond the galaxy. And, you don’t have to be an astrophysicist to manipulate the program. 3DAstronomer’s straight forward interface makes roaming throughout the galaxy simple.

All movement in 3DAstronomer is seamless. A point-and-go-to interface makes it simple to navigate through the universe to the object you want to visit. The accessibility of the program makes exploring and learning about space fun, and never a chore. Remember, the expandable nature of the program makes it perfect for all ages. A 6-year-old can enjoy the basic program and 3DAstronomer will grow with him/her. In a few years, he/she can learn new applications and information they have not even touched upon yet. 3DAstronomer emulates space; just when you think you’ve reached the end, it goes on and on.

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