You have never seen the night sky like this!
Your journey through the cosmos
Have you ever stood under the night sky and wondered, “What are all those stars up there?” Who can tell you? The answer lies within the Universe2go!
Smartphone in and begin
Universe2go is a newly developed star viewer, which with the help of the accompanying app shows you the starry sky. You put your smartphone into the viewer and can see the real night sky with a superimposed digital picture, filled with additional information and fantastic close-ups of numerous celestial bodies.
88 constellations, planets, nebulae and galaxies
Explore all 88 constellations in our night sky, as well as planets and many Deep-Sky objects. You can orient yourself very quickly, since you can see not only the stars themselves but also the constellation lines and names simultaneously superimposed by Universe2go. Listen to more than 3 hours of audio guide with exciting explanations of extraterrestrial objects and stories from Greek mythology.
Now you can show what you really knowSystem requirements: iOS or Android – iPhone 5, 6 or 7 (sorry, not 6 plus or 6S plus) with iOS 8.0 or higher – Smartphones with Android 4.2 or higher, e.g. Samsung Galaxy S3, S4, S5, S6 and S7 Maximum smartphone specifications: 5.7×2.9×0.4 inches – Required sensors: GPS, Compass, Gyrometer, Accelerometer – See website for a complete list.
App and instructions available in (the following) English, German, French, Italian, Spanish. Audio-Guide in English, German, French and Spanish.
Included in packaging: Universe2go Star Viewer, carrying strap, storage bag, instructions, gift packaging.
Perfect gift for all astronomy and space travel enthusiasts
8 different modes, 3 hours of exciting audio explanations and fantastic color images of 150 celestial objects taken by the Hubble Space Telescope
No prior astronomy knowledge necessary, also suited for children 8 years and older
Possible areas of use: At home, with family, in liesure time, in the garden/backyard, while camping, or travelling, as well as in school classrooms, etc.
Your personal observatory: Discover all 88 constellations and travel to planets, galaxies, star clusters and nebulae within seconds