Here's a chance to learn about space exploration from a real legend and in an interactive way at that. The Buzz Aldrin Portal to Science and Space Exploration app for your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone allows you to learn all about the topic in an entertaining and engaging way. You'll find this app is full of info including stuff you may have already come across as well as all new information. It's meant for anyone who has interest in science and space exploration such as students, teachers, and industry experts.
The Buzz Aldrin Portal to Science and Space Exploration app gives users a chance to key into science in a really engaging ways. Within the app you'll find information on moon exploration, Mars exploration, private space ventures, space tourism, Hubble and other space telescopes, the International Space Station, deep space exploration, and plenty more. Because of the wide range of topics it appeals to a broad audience from professionals in the industry, students, and just those with an interest in space exploration and science in general. The app's content is kept up-to-date and newsworthy thanks to a huge network of specialists such as astronauts, scientists, astronomers, physicists, and more.
Unfortunately this one is starting to feel a bit drab where the user interface is concerned and it hasn't been updated in over two years. Its last update fixed some small bugs and improved the performance. The app has 3.5 out of five stars, which could likely be much higher if this app got a new look and perhaps some new sleek features. The content is there; it’s the way in which the information is displayed that is the downfall.
Navigate through the app and find what you want
What You'll Find in the App
The content is pretty vast in the Buzz Aldrin Portal to Science and Space Exploration, which is exactly what users are looking for. The app is filled with hundreds of photos and videos that chronicle all the most important moments in history and current news, there is live NASA streaming TV, plenty of in-depth information on various NASA and International Missions, Twitter feeds that have to do with the topic, roundtable discussions, podcasts, news feeds, and more. The app is meant to be your one-stop shop to all things space related so you won’t need to waste time finding pieces of information here and there.