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Earthlapse

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Transform your iDevice into a window aboard the International Space Station with this engaging education app

Earthlapse

by Jetson Creative LLC
Earthlapse
Earthlapse
Earthlapse
FREE in the App Store

Transform your iDevice into a window aboard the International Space Station with this engaging education app.

What is it about?

Turn your iPad or iPhone into a window aboard the International Space Station. Experience stunning views of Earth captured by NASA astronauts. Touch the views and control the planet with your finger. A truly amazing one-of-a-kind experience.

Earthlapse

For those who...

  • Earthlapse is great for anyone who has always wanted to be an astronaut.

Not for those who...

  • If you like interactive education apps, this isn’t it. Sure, you’re able to spin the planet, but that’s about it.

Why we love it

If you have any interest at all in space, you’re going to enjoy Earthlapse. It provides you with a serene environment that can be enjoyed any time of the day.

App Screenshots

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App Details

Version
3.14
Rating
(228)
Size
518Mb
Genre
Education
Last updated
May 31, 2016
Release date
May 18, 2012
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App Store Description

Turn your iPad or iPhone into a window aboard the International Space Station. Experience stunning views of Earth captured by NASA astronauts. Touch the views and control the planet with your finger. A truly amazing one-of-a-kind experience.

The app comes complete with seven beautiful interactive views of earth as well as access to the HDEV live view showing Earth live from the Space Station. In addition the app includes 8 relaxing ambient space soundtracks, a clock, and worldwide weather from Weather Underground.

Please note that the ISS HDEV live feed is often off-line or otherwise unavailable. Even when on-line, the live view often shows black as the ISS is regularly on the dark side of Earth.

Support for AirPlay on the iPad (4th gen, 3rd gen, and iPad 2), iPhone 5, and iPhone 4S. See display options in app for instructions on how to enable.

Images courtesy of the Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, NASA Johnson Space Center.

Created by the makers of Magic Window. For more beautiful views check out Magic Window on iPad, iPhone, Mac, and Apple TV. Earthlapse TV is also available on Apple TV (sold separately.)