Looking Up and Down at the Stars

When I was a teenager, my parents bought me a telescope, and I would stand outside looking at the stars. It was cool, because I could see all of the constellations and even saw some planets. I wanted to have an app that would work sort of like a planetarium, allowing me to see where the stars and planets would be at a particular moment. The mobile apps developer in Singapore that I contacted was pleased that I wanted them to help me with my app idea, and were more than welcome to help.

I wanted the app not to take the place of looking in the night sky, but to supplement it. I wanted people to look at the app and know when certain things would be easiest to see in the sky, so they could take out their telescopes and find them. Not everyone will know where everything is in the sky unless they’ve been looking at the stars for a long time or they have some kind of degree in astronomy, so it works as a good companion tool and as a learning mechanism for kids and adults. I think it can even help students who want to pass their astronomy classes.

As the app was being completed at each step, I had a chance to look at the progress that was being made and to test it out. I liked how well the development team was working and how the app looked. It had a very space like aesthetic to it. The app was very popular with parents, students, teachers, and even kids who wanted to look at all of the star placements and to find planets. The app also helped people find the best place to see the stars without being interrupted by bright city lights.


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