Sky Guide Alternatives

Sky Guide

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Sky Guide is a commercial education app developed and published by Alcyone software. It is an all-in-one astronomy application for sophisticated star enthusiasts and hobby astronomers who value well-founded and precise astronomical illustrations and data. It comes as the alternative platform to Google Sky Map and offers all the similar services with some new features that make it more better for astronomers… read more
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10 Sky Guide Alternatives & Similar Software

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SkyORB

SkyORB – Astronomy for Everyone is an education app developed and published by Realtech VR. It is a fast and lightweight astronomy application that includes a 3D star map, 3D planetarium, search engine, ephemeris with notifications, sun clock, weather and more.
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Gaia Sky

Gaia Sky is a real-time, astronomy visualization software that runs on the Linux, Windows and Mac OS. The platform is developed in the framework of ESA’s Gaia mission to chart about 1 million stars of its galaxy in the Gaia group.
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Solar System Scope

Solar System Scope is a fun way of exploring, finding and playing with the solar system and outer space. The application features many views and celestial simulations, but most of all, it brings you closer to the furthest reaches of its world and allows you to experience lots of fantastic space sceneries.
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StarMap 3D

StarMap 3D is a portable star atlas for beginners and advanced astronomers, available to use on iOS platform only. With this app, you can easily find the planets, stars, galaxies and constellations visible to you based on your location and time.
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Star Walk

Star Walk – Sky View: Explore the Stars. It is a mobile application for astronomy, stargazing and finding planets, constellations and stars in the real-time on the sky map. The application developed and published by Vito Technology, available to use on Android and iOS platforms.
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KStars

KStars is an advanced level Planetarium platform that can be used on Unix-like computer operating systems as well as Microsoft Windows platform using the KDE for Windows. It is an alternative to Google Sky Map and offers lots of new features that make it stronger than others.
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Star Chart

Star Chart (also known as Star Map) is a map of the night sky used by up to 30 million users around the world. The platform magical stargazing experience like no other.
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SkyView

SkyView – Explore the Universe is a free to use Planetarium solution that allows you to see stars, planets, satellites and constellation day or night without an internet connection. With the help of this application, you can easily see space in the whole new way with an augmented reality (VR) view.
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Stellarium

Stellarium is a free and open-source planetarium software that shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with your eye or telescope. The software shows a realistic and accurate night sky map and allows you to identify a star in just a few seconds easily.
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Google Sky Map

Google Sky Map is a free hand-held planetarium that allows you to identify stars, planets and more. The platform is specially designed by Google in order to help you to explore the far researches of the universe.

More About Sky Guide

Sky Guide is a commercial education app developed and published by Alcyone software. It is an all-in-one astronomy application for sophisticated star enthusiasts and hobby astronomers who value well-founded and precise astronomical illustrations and data. It comes as the alternative platform to Google Sky Map and offers all the similar services with some new features that make it more better for astronomers. The basic app function displays the complete detailed, scalable and fully user-configurable celestial map with constellation and celestial objects that are visible with the naked eye or smaller telescopes. The location and time of observation, as well as the direction of view, can be manually configured by the user or automatically with Live Mode. It also offers detailed information is available for every celestial object. The information of the Bright Star catalog and the Washington Double Star Catalog is made available for fixed stars. Moreover, the user can add notes and links for every object. Sky Guide also has lots of modes, each mode has its own feature and objects. Try it out, if you want to learn something more about your universe.

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