Exosolar

Submitted by: buddy 9 years ago Science
http://www.exosolar.net/start.html

Google Earth, but for the galaxy.
There are 42 comments:
Female 920
ahh...
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Male 155
i own a star ............. or something that went to the moon ....or saturn .....or something i have a certificate ......i`ll have to ask my mom
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Male 1
hi, the link is back again. Use direct link to www.exosolar.net
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Female 428
Dead link? It took me nowhere.
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Female 105
Thanks for the blank page, internet.
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Male 191
cant find the milky way :(
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Female 3,001
i feel so small and loonly :(
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Female 104
haha i`ve no idea how to use it.. couldn`t be bothered to figure it out.
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Male 123
not what i wanted or exspeked
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Male 200
how exactly did they find out the age of the galaxy? did they count the rings like on a tree?
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Male 404
I prefer Celestia personally
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Male 1,141
wow too bad its not real images, or atleast i think it isnt. plus its too confusing
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Female 1,578
ahhh. this sucks. A while back I had a program downloaded on my computer and it was like Google earth for space. this is just a bunch of bad drawings. (unless theres more to it that i didn`t figure out..) but i can`t remember what the thing was called. (started with an S i think..)
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Male 273
.....huh?
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Male 1,024
the interface is kind of icky and it`s hard to tell what`s going on.
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Male 382
It`s things like this that make me realise exactly how infinitismal small we are, and how frighteningly big space is.
Love this program though, I shall waste many an hour perusing the suns around our neighbourhood.
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Female 1,002
It`s a shame you can`t zoom in onto the planets to see if there are any nude sunbathers like google earth.
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Male 2,781
TOO BAD PLUTO ISN`T CONSIDERED A PLANET ANYMORE. MAYBE IN A COUPLE DECADES MORE SOME SCIENTISTS WILL FIND A COUPLE MORE PLANETS TO REPLACE BADASS PLUTO.
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Female 33
this would`ve been useful for my astronomy class... too bad i`m no longer in it... and captain pat, the stars that they sell are usually pretty dim, so it`s not likely you`ll even be able to see it, lol
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Male 1,584
i saw those commercials online where you can buy stars. Do you actually own them or do you just get the right to name them? That would be a really cool gift giving some one their own star. I`d never be able to find it though all the stars look the same to me. They say they give you a thing to help you find it in the comercial.
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Female 1,832
kool beanz
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Male 1,484
interesting, however i dont think i will ever need to use this
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Female 113
* like, and *confusing, sorry about the typo.
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Female 113
I nlike the NASa one better, less comfusing and a whole lot easier to use.
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Male 167
"UH where`s earth?"

OH DEAR.

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Male 49
Too confusing.
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Male 988
there was this cool downloading thing posted here a while back, can`t remember the name but it was 3d and from the Earth`s perspective. The name ended with `arium` tho
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Male 10,440
this sucks, the interface is horrible, you have to keep clicking, and I`d like it to zoom out to a pic of the whole galaxy
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Male 298
robofish ummm they dont have earth cuz google earth allready exists
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Male 185
Whoa, how the hell do they know ogle-05, itz like 21200 lightyears away from us :-O
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Male 3,631
Ha ha, another brilliant satire Zero.
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Male 506
ohhhh Sol is our solar system XD
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Male 506
UH where`s earth?
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Male 319
Pretty cool program. Me likey!
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Male 3,255
Pfft, stars, planets... its all a LIE! How can space exist when the only thing past the sky is heaven?
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Female 148
im lost.
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Female 123
oh gah ...
for some reason this is making me nervous ..
:-/
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Male 2,486
Yeah.. I dont get it.

There`s like 15 things to click on.

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Male 213
Although I can`t figure out how to use it or the practical application :S haha oh well
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Male 336
too bad we`ll never get there in out lifetime
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Male 213
I bought a star for a girl once... i wonder if it`s here :D
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Male 10,115
Link: Exosolar [Rate Link] - Google Earth, but for the galaxy.
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