Moon, All About It, for mobile phones. Moon Phases. Lunar Calendar. Moonset and Moonrise. Position. Prediction. etc.
Languages: English, Portugues (Portugues), Frances (Frances), Espanol (Espanol), Deutsch, Italiano and Suomi
SideralisJavaVersion: 2.0.0 b630 Upload Date: 3 Mar 11
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
Did you know that the Earth is a woman and has many sisters? This tiny software provides many information about Solar System planets: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto. Get every kind of information by just a click of a button
LST is a star map software for amateur astronomers and sky watchers. It is a pocket map to the sky above. It primarily has a local sidereal time calculator which allows the users to easily use printed sky maps
SunclockJavaVersion: 1.3.28 updated Upload Date: 18 Jan 12
Sunclock is a J2ME Midlet that displays a map of the Earth and indicates the illuminated portion of the globe by drawing sunlit areas dark on light, night areas as light on dark. In addition to providing local time for the default timezone, it also displays up to four additional cities on the map with the local times also. The map updated every minute to follow the movement of the earth
MicroSky - MicroSky is a planetarium for mobile/cell devices with Java-support and a connection to the Internet (preferably GPRS or UMTS). It is a very small J2ME-Midlet client/server application which retrieves its starcharts from the skyserver. It can display 2.500.000 stars, 8
Mobile Jupiter is an application to plot on the screen of your mobile device the relative positions of the Galilean moons of Jupiter (Io, Europa, Ganymede and Callisto). Mobile Jupiter is aimed to assist you while observing Jupiter with binoculars or telescopes. This way you will be able to know what are the moons you are seeing in that moment
nocheSky 2009 - has information about the Messier objects, galaxies, open clusters, globular clusters and nebulas with the following information:
* Alternative Catalog
* Object Type (i.e