May 05, 2017 01:49 AM EDT
The most popular NASA Visualization explorer app can be now downloaded by the android users as the android version of this app has been launched. The app is available for Android version 5.0 or higher.
As noted by Phys.org, the NASA Visualization explorer app reviews the data visualizations which have been developed by the Scientific Visualization Studio of NASA, Earth Observatory, Science @NASA and others. With the help of this app, users can see the present research and studies from NASA's study of earth, the moon, the sun, the solar system and the vast universe.
Stories in the NASA visualization explorer app get released every Monday. With the help of this app, people can now explore the vast universe with their own planet Earth and various researches taking place from NASA, from the hold of their hands only through their smartphones or tablets. Every story highlights a high determination motion picture or still picture and short content to place it into the context. Some latest features in the android update of the app include survey the world's carbon dioxide in 3-D, emitting water crest on Jupiter and the path of this summer's upcoming total solar eclipse crosswise over North America.
NASA reported that the NASA visualization explorer app was originally launched in the year 2011 but it was for the iPad. Till the year 2014, it was available for all iOS devices. With a huge number of user requests for launching the app for android version, NASA developed the app for Android 5.0 or higher versions.
The present Android launched version of the NASA visualization explorer app is a beta version, in which users cannot access to all the features which the iOS users are using. Still, the android users will be able to search, browse, and read all the 525 currently published stories, receive notification of new stories and also share it through social networking. NASA is still working on refining the Android version of this app.
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