Google has released an easy-to-use tool that lets you look at the night skies from your home.
The NightSky Viewer is a Google app that lets anyone download a photo, and it lets them view the night with the help of a magnifier.
It works in all of Google’s app stores and is now available on the Android and iOS app stores, the Google app blog announced on Tuesday.
NightSky Viewers can be used to view the Moon, Venus, Mars, Saturn, Uranus, Jupiter, Saturn’s moon Europa, Jupiter’s moon Enceladus, the Great Red Spot and the constellation Cygnus.
To view a night sky view from your smartphone or tablet, you first need to download the NightSky viewer app from the Google Play Store.
Once installed, you can launch the app on your phone and see the night from the moon, Venus and Mars, as well as from other planets and stars in the sky.
The app’s main features include:A list of night sky objects and their brightness levels.
An indicator of what stars you are looking atThe ability to add your own images to the night viewA guide to star charts and constellationsThe ability for NightSky to zoom in on individual objectsThe ability of NightSkyViewer to adjust the brightness of your imagesTo view your Moon, you’ll need to add an image to the view and it will be added to the “moon” section of the Nightsky app.
You can also add an object to the moon view by dragging it onto the image with your finger.
NightSky is not a replacement for astronomy in your backyard.
It is, however, a useful tool for those looking for more than just the night’s sky.
If you need help, contact the National Science Foundation (NSF) directly at: Tel: (866) 494-7000, (703) 521-4141 or (703)(703) 629-3151.