Total Asteroids:
NORAD ID:
Local Time:
Longitude:
Latitude:
Altitude: km
Velocity: km/s
Perigee: km
Apogee: km
Period:
Multimedia: Watch or Read
Watch:
Tracking Services:
Longitude:
Latitude:
Altitude:
Azimuth:
Elevation:
Distance:
Visibility:
Catalog
Category:
Type:

Spacecraft:

Find:
Scene
Show:
Color:
Interplanetary:
d
d
Color:
Destinations

Spacecraft:

Planetary Bodies:

Travel Duration
8s
0s 10s
Featured Missions
Planetary Bodies
Brightness:
Earth:
Lights
Camera

Frame:

Overlays
Scene

Font Size:

Scene Time
Offset & Scale
+0h
-24h +24h
1x
0x 100x
Profiles

Saves the spacecraft contained in a space scene as a profile that can be loaded at a later time.

User Interface

Left Button:

Orbits the camera around the selected object
2D: Moves the map

Alt + Left Button:

Rotates the camera
2D: Tilts the map

Shift + Left Button:

Zooms-in or out

Shift + Right Button:

Changes the field of view
2D: No effect

Wheel:

Zooms-in or out

Touch & Move:

Orbits the camera around the selected object
2D: Moves the map

Long Touch & Move:

Rotates the camera
2D: Tilts the map

Pinch two fingers apart
or together:

Zooms-in or out

Rolls the camera left or right
2D: Moves the map

Pitches the camera up or down
2D: Moves the map

'L''R'

Orbits the camera leftwards or rightwards around the selected object
2D: Moves the map

'U''D'

Orbits the camera upwards or downwards around the selected object
2D: Moves the map

'Shift' + 'L' or 'R'

Rotates the camera leftwards or rightwards
2D: No effect

'Shift' + 'U' or 'D'

Rotates the camera upwards or downwards
2D: No effect

'+''-'

Zooms-out or in

About

SpaceMissions™ Web-Edition

3D Solar System & Space Missions Simulator

Binary Space

www.binary-space.com

This is a scaled-down version of the SpaceMissions™ application available in the Microsoft® Store.

Data

TLE:

Celestrak

www.celestrak.org

SPICE:

NASA

naif.jpl.nasa.gov

Asteroids:

NASA (JPL)

cneos.jpl.nasa.gov

Models

NASA 3D Resources

nasa3d.arc.nasa.gov


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