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Solar System Live + Tesla

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TESLA ROADSTER (AND STARMAN'S) ORBITS NOW INCLUDED!</p><p>This widget displays the solar system as it is right now, and allows to zoom in/out and explore future/past. New settings page (press Menu key).</p><p></p><p>------ Accepting donations at https://www.paypal.me/julienvm if you want to support my work. Thank you! ------</p><p></p><p>In the 3rd millenium, who needs a watch to give just time? With Solar System Live widget, you can prepare for the upcoming space age, by exploring and getting a better understanding of the solar system. Or you can simply increase your situational awareness if you are a stargazer.</p>

Novità

Change log:</p><p>1.4.2 All possible devices activated (I haven't tested them all so there might be some bugs). </p><p>1.4.1 Label issue corrected</p><p>1.4.0 You can now focus on a planet (not just the Sun). May cause bug on constrained memory devices.</p><p>1.3.1 Now using NASA JPL Horizons Solution #5 for Tesla orbit. Added setting: Menu display (on/off) to free up screen real estate.</p><p>1.3.0 Added Tesla Roadster (orbit data from NASA JPL Horizons Solution #3). Added setting page (press menu): Reset time to now, Select Label type, Display eccentric orbits as circle (quick) or ellipse (more precise), Select distance unit (AU, Light-Minutes, km or miles), Display Tesla (activate or deactivate).</p>

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Valutazione media: (32 valutazioni)

Ethan Mielock
30 ottobre 2016 | Versione 1.1.2

Very cool and lots of information to view about planets and their positions! Can you keep adding things on to the widget like more dwarf planets?

Risposta sviluppatore
31 ottobre 2016, JuliensLab

It is possible to add objects whose orbits are not too eccentric, like Mars or even Pluto. If the error is about less than two pixels, then I think it's acceptable. However, if the orbit is very eccentric, then it's not possible to approximate that orbit to a circle. The app is capable of plotting a non-circular orbit, but the calculation time is very high (such that if calculating 30 points per orbit and 5 different objects, the watchdog timer will trigger and stop execution, and you'll see an IQ error). For instance, the Halley comet is very eccentric, so it can't be represented as a circle. However, it absolutely possible to display the location of the object, as long as the orbit is not displayed. Further, some objects tend to not be on the the ecliptic plane (like Pluto), so here we lack the 3rd dimension to properly visualize positions. I'd like to display that at some point but I haven't yet figured out how to do it. Can you give me a list of planets you'd find relevant to display to assess if they would fit?

Sascha Pasdziernik
29 ottobre 2016 | Versione 1.1.2

I love it.

rothh
27 ottobre 2016 | Versione 1.1.2

Nice widget.

Spiacenti, nessuna statistica disponibile al momento.