All astronomy enthusiasts, but also those who are only curious, have the opportunity to travel in space, more particularly in our solar system NASA has made available on its website a "program", "Eyes on the Solar System", Which allows, in fact, to make gods three-dimensional travel within the solar system.Through this "program" not only can you explore the solar system, see the motion of the various planets in real time or go to an asteroid, but also possible "time travel?, Both in the past (from 1950) and in the future (until 2050), naturally always from an astronomical point of view.also possible to follow various missions carried out over the years by NASA, for example following the mission of the space probe Voyager 2, but also missions that will be carried out in the future.
Access to the "program" through the following link: Eyes on the Solar System
After installing a plugin, the "program" should work with all internet browsers in circulation, but if you encounter any functioning problems it would be preferable to use another browser.
The plugin that needs to be installed is called Unity 3D plug-in, it allows you to view three-dimensional animations in the browser. You can download the plugin directly from the Eyes on the Solar System page or from the following link: Download Unity web player
Once the plugin is installed, just go back to the main page of Eyes on the Solar System and click on Explore the Solar System to explore the solar system.
On the NASA website there is also a page of video tutorials (in low and high definition), video tutorials that explain the various functions of the program: the basic options to start exploring the solar system, how to use the time controls, how to use the camera controls, other advanced control options.
also available a introductory video which explains the functions and shows a preview of what you can see with "Eyes on the Solar System", The following video can be displayed: <img class =" lazy lazy-hidden "data-lazy-type =" iframe "src =" http://www.giardiniblog.it/"alt =" "/>
Note: I remind you that for the program to work, you need to be connected to the internet.