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iOS iPad Education
Very soon provide update to new comet's orbit and some minor bugs fixed.
"Space Alarms" is the name of the ship with which we are going to control our solar system .... from inside the cockpit.
Through the control panel pop-effect "glass", "Space Alarms", can monitor potentially dangerous celestial bodies in our solar system will approach close to Earth orbit.
At this particular time, "Space Alarms" observed two celestial bodies:
- Honda, a comet in the first week of August 2011 is passed near our orbit;
- Elenin, a comet (or for some it could be the planet "Nibiru" aka "Planet X") that will pass near Earth orbit during the period of November 2011.
This feature requires no data connection.
So all eyes to the sky ...
Also you can read news of the JPL (Jet Propulsion Laboratory - NASA), view images in real-time X-rays of the sun, the solar wind and the graph of magnetic storms.
In a second control panel are the most important news of the heavenly bodies relevant to our Solar System, this information comes directly from NASA.
These features require a data connection.
The data and images are the property of their respective authors:
NOOA Space Environment Center
Added new cockpit like Space Shuttle;
new icon app;
app crash in background solved;
orbit Celestial Body images optimizated;
added new button to reset to actual day in the orbit celestial body control panel;
added new button to view Credits panel;
minor bug fixing.
Developing others update...stay tuned!