WinStars is a planetarium that runs on PCs, tablets, and smartphones. It is a three-dimensional simulator that faithfully depicts heavenly objects at any given moment.
Its database contains about 2,500,000 stars, 10,000 nebulae, and several comets. It helps us to determine distances between celestial bodies and provides us with a wealth of information on the planets that comprise the Solar System together with the Earth.
The Raspberry Pi is a tiny single-board computer created by the Raspberry Pi Foundation in collaboration with Broadcom in the United Kingdom.
It also permits you to travel around our galaxy and its immediate surroundings. A thread devoted to scientific news enables you to track and show the findings of current astrophysical research in the program.