Interplanetary Apps

Companies produce smartphone apps that serve interest in outer space

Implications - Other industries adopt both branded and unbranded apps as a way to make information readily available; outer space apps satisfy the same desire for convenience. These user-friendly programs satisfy the curiosities of users with an attraction to the unknown, which is common in a time where information is all too readily available.
SCORE: 2.7
Untested Top 4 Examples: 1,851 Total Clicks Jun 14 - May 15
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Data-Yielding Space Apps - The NASA Asteroid Hunter App is for the Citizen Scientist
SCORE: 3.4
Mild 1,041 Clicks Pub: Mar 17, 15
Data-Yielding Space Apps
The NASA Asteroid Hunter App is for the Citizen Scientist
Announced at SXSW 2015 in Austin, the new NASA Asteroid Hunter app is a neat way for space enthusiasts to continue learning about NASA’s work and contribute to a real project. The new app is... [More]
Avian Space Education Apps - NASA's Angry Birds in Space Update Educates on Future Asteroid Missions
SCORE: 3.2
Untested 408 Clicks Pub: Jun 12, 14
Avian Space Education Apps
NASA's Angry Birds in Space Update Educates on Future Asteroid Missions
Since its release in 2012, Angry Birds in Space has been downloaded millions of times, taking the epic and never-ending battle between pigs and birds into space as part of a collaboration between... [More]
Amateur Astronomy Apps - A New Free App Helps NASA Discover New Asteroids
SCORE: 1.7
Untested 213 Clicks Pub: Mar 16, 15
Amateur Astronomy Apps
A New Free App Helps NASA Discover New Asteroids
NASA’s Asteroid Data Hunter is an amateur astronomy app that helps users to discover new asteroids in our planet’s vicinity. “Protecting the Earth from the threat of asteroid... [More]
Asteroid-Exploring Software - This Browser-Based Application Lets You Explore the Asteroid Vesta
SCORE: 1.5
Untested 189 Clicks Pub: May 1, 15
Asteroid-Exploring Software
This Browser-Based Application Lets You Explore the Asteroid Vesta
NASA has developed an easy-to-use browser-based application that allows amateur scientists and enthusiasts to explore the surface of the asteroid Vesta. The browser lets users explore a 3D model... [More]