SkEye aims to be an advanced planetarium that can also be used as a PUSHTO guide for telescopes.The handheld-mode is similar to Google SkyMap. You can explore stars, constellations and deep sky objects from the Messier and NGC catalogs.When switched to indirect-mode it doubles as a PUSHTO guide for telescopes. The PUSHTO system uses the phone's sensors alone. All you need to do is strap the phone onto the telescope's OTA. _______________ Ensure that you calibrate the magnetic sensors by waving the phone in a figure-8 motion of your hands. If using with a telescope, read:Tutorial http://lavadip.com/media/SkEyeIntro.pdfIdeas for mounting phone http://goo.gl/Qp3iZDevice whitelist http://skeye.wikispaces.com/________________ Other features: Real time Alt-Azimuth and Equatorial coordinates Messier objects mini-NGC catalog (subset of ~180 bright objects) Night Mode Search, with a guiding arrow Alt-azimuth, Equatorial grid For detailed queries:Google Market doesn't allow replying to comments. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org instead. Upcoming changes: More sky objects Support for DSC with encoders Keywords:Astronomy, Sky Map, Digital Setting Circles, Star chartRecent changes:5.2.1:In search dialog objects can now be filtered by typing their name.Better star rendering; improved contrast and sharpness.Support for Coarse (Network based) location; accurate enough for casual use.Fix: FC while pinch-zooming and rotating.5.1, 5.0:More accurate Solar system Ephemeris.A new, realistic rendering engine.The number of named stars is now about 1200.The Moon and Sun are rendered as discs (scaled to real size). The Moon's disc is shaded to show its exact phase.Content rating: Low Maturity
||Compatible with Android 2.2 and above.