Do you want to explore the space and don’t have a chance to explore live? No need to worry the United states research organization center NASA gives you the live experience of the space right in your palm i.e., from your android smart phone. The NASA has launched a full-fledged android application which fetches you the images of the space from NASA IOTD ,APOD and NASAImages.org and videos on demand, can also watch NASA TV and also you can get the news and planned launches information right to your mobile phone.
Some more features of this application include NASA Twitter Feeds from around the agency, Facebook Connect and Integrated Twitter client for easy sharing, Map and links to all of the NASA centers and Featured content section.
After installation when you open this application the Home Screen shows menu to navigate to other pages like Mission, Images, Videos, Tweets and News & Feature. The interface looks very clean and simple which is an open source available for free in the android market.
When you are on the mission screen it shows NASA’s current mission table and there is a filter mission option which filters the unwanted groups of missions. Mission details screen shows the details of the mission still other one is mission orbit tracking screen which shows the missions that are on the orbit on the map.
The image screen shows the gallery of the images like image of the day, Astronomy Picture of the Day and the NASAimages.org collection. The images are shown in detail and also the description of the image like share it using Facebook or twitter or make a selected image as your wallpaper etc.
There are many videos in the gallery which the user need to select and play them. The details of the video are provided to know the facts of the video and video filter option filters the videos either makes the video list narrow or wide.
There are some more screens like Tweets where you can receive the tweets from the NASA, New & Features screen shows the news that happening in the NASA and you may be first to know what’s happening in NASA if you install this application.