Heliosphere

Heliosphere

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Heliosphere is an application that allows you to see a globe of planets, moons and the sun. With the application you will be able to find surface features celestial bodies. You can also add map data for various other things such as Elevation maps, Thermal Inertia, etc.
You can download and learn how to create maps from: http://tridoros.com/software/heliosphere/

As of the current version the following objects are included with surface features labeled:

* The sun (Real time data from STEREO)
* Mercury
* Moon
* Mars
* Callisto
* Europa
* Ganymede
* Io
* Dione
* Tethys
* Iapetus

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Keywords: Moon, Moon Map, Sun Spots, the Sun, Mars, Mars Map, Mercury, Mercury Map, Io, Io Map, Europa, Europa Map, Ganymede, Ganymede Map, Tethys, Tethys Map, Dione, Dione Map, Iapetus, Iapetus Map, Saturn's Moons, Jupiter's Moons, Planets, Surface features, Solar system, Saturn, Jupiter

Tags: jupiters moons, helphere, jupiter moons, celestial objects, mapdata.js, planet jupiter moons and earth, moons of the planets, moons of planets, terrestrial bodies moons mercury, saturn moons list.

Recently changed in this version

GoTo latitude and longitude
Solar wind & Density.
Feature list.

Bugfix:
Fixed a few features being incorrectly labeled.


Comments and ratings for Heliosphere
  • (38 stars)

    by mary tolin on 28/01/2014

    Great awesome

  • (38 stars)

    by Lin o'hype on 29/10/2013

    But very low resolution of the surfaces and very few objects available at all ...

  • (38 stars)

    by Sandra Abella on 04/06/2013

    Stupid

  • (38 stars)

    by Prophet Zarquon on 05/05/2013

    It would be nice if more labels showed at once. Labels located on the back of the planet should be hidden. Also the zoom sometimes seems to move at random. Finally, the ad at bottom of the screen seems tacked on as an afterthought: It covers a little of the display.

  • (38 stars)

    by Helen Noble on 15/04/2013

    Heliosphere