If you are looking for Universe Sandbox, you have come to the right place. We explain what Universe Sandbox is and point you to the official download.
What is Universe Sandbox?
Universe Sandbox is an interactive space gravity simulator software. By using this software, users will be able to witness the effects of gravity on objects in the universe, and perform various simulation levels of the Solar System and different galaxies. At the same time, users will be able to interact and keep control over time, gravity, and other objects found in the universe, including asteroids, planets, moons, black holes, and comets. At present, the Universe Sandbox is offered only on Windows-based PCs, but the latest version will launch on many platforms.
A lot of simulations are contained inside the Universe Sandbox, both fictional and realistic: These are the Solar System, which consists of 5 minor planets, 8 planets, 160+ moons, and hundreds of asteroids. The collision of the Andromeda and Milky Way galaxy, which is set to occur in 3.8 or 4.5 billion years. The 100 largest bodies found inside the Solar System. The 1000 stars nearest to the Sun, and the 70 galaxies nearest to the Milky Way. A visual size comparison of the biggest stars and planets. The Apophis asteroid which will pass near Earth in 2029.
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File types supported by Universe Sandbox
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About file types supported by Universe Sandbox
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Last updated: : September 10, 2014