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Planetarium

A browser-based virtual planetarium of stars and planets, customizable to any location and time.

Planetarium Alternatives

The best Planetarium alternatives based on verified products, community votes, reviews and other factors.
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    Stellarium is a free open source planetarium for your computer.

    Open Source

  2. 13

    Real-time 3D visualization of space

    Open Source

  3. FlexiQuiz is a powerful online test generator that enables you to create engaging online quizzes, tests, or exams in minutes. Choose from 100's of features to create a customized quiz that meets your objectives for business, education, or fun.

    Try for free freemium $25.0 / Monthly (Essentials plan)

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    KStars is a Desktop Planetarium for KDE.

  5. SkyView is powerful, easy-to-use app that answers questions about stars, constellations, and more.

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    3D model of the Solar System and night sky in real time

  7. Stellarium is a planetarium software that shows exactly what you see when you look up at the stars. It's easy to use, and free. Read more about Star Chart.

  8. SkEye is an advanced Planetarium that can also be used as a PUSHTO guide for telescopes.

  9. Space Engine is a realistic virtual Universe you can explore on your computer.

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    Sky Map (formerly the Google Sky Map) turns your Android-powered mobile phone into a window on the...

  11. Universe Sandbox ² is a physics-based space simulator where you can simulate Events and even break physics and friction with certain features.

  12. Google Earth Pro allows you fly anywhere around the earth to view satellite imagery, maps, 3D building, and terrain, from galaxies in outer space to the canyons of the ocean.

  13. Aladin is an interactive sky atlas allowing the user to visualize digitized astronomical images or...

  14. World Wind permits any client to zoom from satellite height into wherever on Earth, utilizing great determination Landsat symbolism and SRTM rises information to experience Earth in outwardly beautiful 3D, pretty much as though they were truly there.

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