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Explore Space From the Comfort of Rittenhouse Claridge

September 25, 2013

Ever wonder what's in the sky beyond what we can see? Luckily you don't even need to leave your home at Rittenhouse Claridge to learn more about space thanks to NASA's website. This informative site has tons of resources to learn about the history of space, mission profiles, and even multimedia galleries. And you don't even need a laptop to access all the information with the plethora of apps available for your phone. These apps are available for Android Phones, iPhones, and iPads. Here are some of the most interesting:

NASA Television
Whenever you feel like looking into space, just turn on one of the live or recorded videos, produced by NASA. You can even see what's going on in space right at this moment. 

Earth as Art
Ever wonder what the planet looks like from space? NASA shows you just that in this app showcasing videos collected from satellites. It'll give you a whole new look at the world we share. 

Everything you've ever wanted to know about space is available in Space365. This app is filled with interesting facts about NASA's history. 

Sector 33
You are now in charge of a fictionalized airport runway in this game. Sector 33 makes you the air traffic controller, trying to land planes with minimal delays while keeping everyone safe. 

All these great apps from NASA are free!