Microsoft Lets You See The Stars With The WorldWide Telescope

May 14, 2008

Microsoft Corp. is giving users the ability to take a tour of space, putting users in control of the WorldWide Telescope. If you want to see the stars, Microsoft has the tool for you..New York (ChattahBox) – Microsoft Corp. is giving users the ability to take a tour of space, putting users in control of the WorldWide Telescope.  If you want to see the stars, Microsoft has the tool for you.

The WorldWide Telescope is new software which give susers great power to take close-up looks at galaxies, star systems, planets, and much more.

The WorldWide Telescope uses sources such as the Hubble Space Telescope, Spitzer Space Telescope, and many other locations from around the world. 

Microsoft has come out and stated that the WorldWide Telescope was created with novice users and experts in mind.  They have stated that it will be easy enough for a novice to use, but difficult for an expert to fully master and adapt to.  They have created the best of both worlds with this new software, and users are excited to say the least.

A test version of the software is now available on WorldWideTelescope.org.


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