Sideralis is a small and free mobile application which displays a map of the stars. In other words a sky chart for mobile phones. This is an equivalent to Stellarium or KStar but on your mobile phone.
A lot of different objects:
· More than 800 stars.
· Messier objects
· 5 planets: Mars, Venus, Mercury, Jupiter and Saturn.
· Sun and Moon.
3 different views:
· Horizontal view.
· Zenith view.
· Night view
Information on all objects:
· Current time or any time can be chosen.
· Selection of location by either entering latitude and longitude, by selecting a city among more than 80 cities or by selection on a globe.
· Small dictionary available giving some interesting information about universe and constellations.
What's New in This Release: [
· All languages fully translated (English, Spanish, Italian, German, Polish, Portuguese and French)
· Change touchscreen support (from floating bar to docked bar, new exit button to close cursor)
· Small bug correction
· Improve precision of location by one decimal.
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Requirements:· MIDP 2.0, CLDC 1.1
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Languages: English, Portugues (Portugues), Frances (Frances), Espanol (Espanol), Deutsch, Italiano and Suomi