Digital Universe Atlas
The Digital Universe Atlas, developed by the American Museum
of Natural History's Hayden Planetarium with support from NASA,
from dozens of organizations worldwide to create the most complete and
accurate 3D atlas of the Universe from the local solar neighborhood out
to the edge of the observable Universe.
Digital Universe Atlas is a standalone 4-dimensional space
visualization application built on the programmable Partiview data
Explore the nearby stars, star clusters, nebulae, extrasolar
planets, nearby galaxy clusters, the Sloan Digital Sky Survey, and much
more. See the night sky as it appears across the spectrum, from radio
and infrared, to visible, and even in Gamma rays.
Digital Universe shares the capacity to visualize space from
points outside Earth. Building on work by Japan's RIKEN, its planet
renderings and zoom visualizations can match or exceed Celestia.
- Extremely powerful visualization engine
- High quality planet rendering
- Zoom visualizations
- Built on Partiview
industrial strength, interactive, mono- or stereoscopic viewer for
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