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WorldWide Telescope

If you are looking for WorldWide Telescope, you have come to the right place. We explain what WorldWide Telescope is and point you to the official download.

What is WorldWide Telescope?

WorldWide Telescope is a software program from Microsoft that will take the user close to the skies. It is a type of visualization software that will allow the user to view stunning images from space-based telescopes such as the Hubble Space Telescope, as well as Earth-based telescopes.

The computer will be turned into a virtual telescope that will enable the user to view space and navigate through space. The user can choose what mode of view to use. There are 5 views that the user can choose from: Sky, Earth, Solar System, Planets and Panoramas.

From the Sky view mode, users can explore the skies, view the sun, moon and visible planets, in their exact positions. For Earth view, a 3D image of the Earth can be viewed; and for Solar System, the user can view all visible objects in the Solar System, from the Sun all the way to Pluto.

For Planets, there are currently 8 celestial bodies that can be viewed in 3D mode, including Venus, Jupiter and its moons, and Earth’s moon.

The software can be downloaded and installed on a Windows PC, or a Web-based application can also be used.

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Last updated: : December 5, 2022