Google Launches Google Sky

Mar 14, 2008 • 9:43 am | comments (4) by twitter | Filed Under Other Google Topics
 

Who needs a telescope when there's Google Sky? You can now view galaxies and stars from your browser without the need of Google Earth, the application that this tool previously required. Take a look and let me know what you think. :)

Google Sky

In case you're wondering, you can now search the skies, browse a constellation, change the video between infrared, microwave, ultraviolet, or x-ray, see historical data, and access a podcasts gallery among other cool tools.

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Comments:

Saggi

03/17/2008 11:30 am

That's quite useful and interesting information at one place about the universe :)

Rich

03/17/2008 11:37 am

That's so cool. If there's suitable widget for it I will include it in on our website. d(·.·)b

No Name

03/17/2008 01:32 pm

It is pretty cool! I like it.

E.Tilden

03/17/2008 09:11 pm

Had a hard time using it. Seems like it's a database versus something live. Needs more data.

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