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    Orrery's review

    Published: 2013-06-06, by Ana Gracia.

    Explore what's out there and visit the surface of many planets

    • Excellent graphics and smooth navigation
    • Explorable planets
    • Information and many adjustments
    • You can't visit all planets

    "Navigating the solar system"

    Orrery is a unique 3D application that allows users to explore the solar system in a very accessible way, perfect for young students taking astronomy classes or people who're just curious about what's out there.

    Whenever you launch the app, you will have a detailed and rich vision of the solar system and its planets, a scenery which you can easily navigate by pinching in and out and double tapping the elements to know more about them. However, that's not the only thing you can do: from the main screen you can activate high quality, music, showing asteroids and trails and even choose the orbital speed which is definitely a curious and enjoyable feature.

    Although we gladly enjoyed being able to visit and explore the surface of Mercury, Mars, Venus and the Moon, the app would improve its global use if we could just access to all the planets and not just a few of them.

    Graphics are well-developed, realistic and undoubtedly its best feature. is the developer of Orrery, their first application, available in English and German, a highly interesting app that is way different from other merely informational apps related to astronomy.

    Tags: orrey experience our solar system visit its planets game , scarflocrobby , orrery , orrery clock

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    by Anna , Appszoom

    Jun 06, 2013


    Experience our solar system and visit its planets with this digital 3D orrery.

    Just sit back and orbit the planets or even land on some of them while listening to soothing background music…

    - Smooth camera navigation
    - Realistic planet radii (gas giants are proportionally downscaled)
    - Realistic orbital speeds
    - Explorable surfaces: Mercury, Venus, Moon, Mars
    - Wikipedia excerpts
    - Speed slider
    - Date input
    - Autopilot mode
    - Ambient music (optional)
    - Optional asteroid fields
    - Optional trails
    - Optional lens flare
    - Quality option
    - Portrait- and landscape support
    - 'Immersive Mode' support (Android 4.4+)
    - Localized for English and German

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