Peer at the Planets and Stars with NASA HD
Do you consider yourself a bit of a star gazer? If so, XDA forum member markacme has the perfect application for you. Using NASA HD, you are just one click away from some breathtaking and scenic views.
Through the wonders of Adobe Flash, this application taps into NASA HD TV and the NASA Education Channel to bring their content straight to your mobile device of choice. In the words of the developer:
The fastest way to watch NASA TV.
★ Flash Player Required ★
Minimum hardware requirements are: 1GHZ CPU, 512 RAM
Watch NASA HD TV and NASA Education Channel live on your handset 24/7
Continue on to the application thread for more. If you’re an astronomy fan or just want to see some pretty videos, you have no reason not to check it out!
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