When we were kids we all have so many questions about the universe, how it was built, when it was built and many other scientific questions. Here is the list of 7apps which can answer your questions.
ISS Detector lets you know when the International Space Station will pass overhead from your location and also displays the viewing conditions and each object’s orbital path. This app also predicts the Iridium flares which can be seen when satellites close to earth reflect the sun’s rays.
This app keeps you informed about the live action happening in the Large Hadron Collider at CERN so that you can stay updated about the Higgs Boson. It beams live collision events from Geneva right to your Android device for a full mesmerising view. You can also explore different parts of the Hadron Collider and learn about the various collisions.
Created by the Cornell University Library, this app provides access to over 800,000 scientific papers off Physics, Computer Science, Mathematics, Quantitative Biology, Statistics and Finance. You can search for papers by topic, title or author, and you can set alerts for your favourite subjects.
This is a virtual seismometer that allows you to watch the Earth move under your feet and measure how big the impact is. You can use this app to observe how sound vibrations from your stereo speakers register on the device or use it for a cool science project.
This app shows the celestial objects in the sky in real time on your Android device. You can use the app to find constellations, planets, stars, deep-sky objects like nebulae and open clusters, etc. in the sky.
With this app, you can browse over 1500 formulas, figures, and examples to help you with physics, mathematics, chemistry and more. This app includes useful tools such as a unit converter, quadratic solver, triangle solver, etc. for simplifying calculations.
A must app for any space enthusiast, this app keeps you up to date with the latest images, videos, mission information, news, feature stories, tweets and featured content about astronomy. It includes an amazing catalogue of over 10,000 NASA videos and exclusive photos of space and celestial bodies and access to live NASA TV.