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NASA Launches iPad App For Earth Exploration

July 28, 2011  |  iPad Apps  |  Share

With the powerful and beautiful display of an iPad, almost every application looks stunning. So here is a new app developed by NASA only for the iPad which makes full use of the Ratina display and not just the look wise. This app is a very useful one for all of us who love to explore and want to know more about our Earth. Instead of looking to the stars, NASA, this time, has shifted its gaze back towards earth. Visualization Explorer is a new, free iPad app from NASA that lets you see what’s going on in the world we live in.

NASA Visualiztion Explorer

Some of the actual scientific work carried out by NASA regularly is revealed to us through this app. Also new videos, photos, and interactive walkthroughs will be added weekly. The topics range from climate change to global vegetation and many others and even space exploration.

“NASA science: revealed! This is the NASA Visualization Explorer, the coolest way to get stories about advanced space-based research delivered right to your iPad. A direct connection to NASA’s extraordinary fleet of research spacecraft, this app presents cutting edge research stories in an engaging and exciting format. See the Earth as you’ve never seen it before; travel to places otherwise unavailable to even the most intrepid explorers! Download it now, tap into the power of NASA’s cutting-edge research today and check for new stories every week!”

Visualization Explorer will totally get you immersed in NASA’s research, and there’s plenty of interesting video content as well. NASA will be updating the app weekly with a bunch of new content, so users will have something new and exciting every week and will keep us updated about the space agency’s brilliant work.

This is a must have for all those who love NASA and it’s work and those who love exploration. And what’s more. it’s free. So go get it in the App Store.

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