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Explore Space with Smartphone and Sky Map

Encourage planetary appreciation with fab free app
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Title: Sky Map
Summary: Encourage planetary appreciation with fab free app

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Pros: Pocket planetarium empowers kids to search and find -- and know exactly what they're looking at.
Cons: Disappointingly, there aren't any links to further info about the planets and stars seen here.
Bottom Line: A sharp pocket-planetarium tool that can help foster students’ curiosity about the universe.

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