Viewpoints contains solar system simulations that illustrate the uses of different viewpoints when studying them.
Apollo 11 shows the apparent movement of the Earth and Sun, as seen from the Apollo 11 landing site on the Moon.
Earth and Moon illustrates how the Earth's phase as seen from the Moon is always the complement of the Moon's phase as seen from the Earth.
Home Location automatically opens with a view from your home location.
Jupiter 1612 shows Jupiter and its moons as seen by Galileo in late December 1612.
Mars and its Moons shows Mars and its moons Phobos and Deimos as seen from the Earth.
Pallas shows the planets of the inner solar system as viewed from the asteroid Pallas.
Planetary Aberration is an interesting demonstration of extreme planetary aberration and redshift in AstroGrav.
Solar Analemma illustrates a solar analemma.
Transit of Jupiter shows the transit of Jupiter and its Galilean moons, as seen from Saturn in the year -939.
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