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“Night Sky is the most beautiful and advanced stargazing app ever created. The new Power Sky View is a work of art, and the all new experience on Apple Watch will provoke the ‘WOW factor’ in everyone!”

- Andy Weekes, Founder & Company Director - iCandi Apps

Let Siri be your Tour Guide!

Siri becomes your personal tour guide on Apple TV for any location or time on Earth! With amazingly rich graphics and Environment Based Horizon Lines, where the horizon adapts for the location you’ve selected, you’ve never been more informed about the Night Sky! Siri even gives you tours of major celestial events such as the 2017 American Solar Eclipse!

Magic Comes to Apple Watch

Night Sky becomes truly magical on Apple Watch. Using the onboard GPS in Apple Watch Series 2 and access to the gyroscope with watchOS 3, you can simply raise your wrist to the sky to identify stars, planets, constellations and even the International Space Station! As you lower your wrist you’re presented with a beautiful Celestial Compass giving you an overview of the Night Sky around you.

Moon Tours

One giant leap for innovation. We’ve accurately recreated the Apollo 11 and Apollo 15 lunar landing sites in a 3D environment as they would appear if you were there today! You are able to explore yourself or be taken on a guided tour of the sites and learn interesting scientific and geographical facts about our Moon while you are actually on it.

Moon Tours requires a Premium Subscription please see the App Store for pricing and conditions. Only runs on iPad Air or newer, iPhone 5S or newer, or iPod touch 6th gen or newer.

Night Sky Tonight

Get a totally customized experience, Night Sky Tonight gives you an animated view of the sky above you from Sunset to Sunrise. You can scrub through the night to see all celestial events happening local to you. Within Night Sky Tonight get a breakdown of the stargazing conditions, light pollution, local stargazing sites, and also all planet rise and set times. You can even tap objects to get reminders, such as when Mars is rising, or when the International Space Station is next flying past!

Night Sky Tonight requires a Premium Subscription. Please see the App Store for pricing and conditions.