Microsoft's WorldWide Telescope is kind of like Google Earth for the sky, allowing you to explore the outer reaches of space from your browser. If the WorldWide Telescope sounds vaguely familiar, you may remember that it used to be a Windows-only desktop application. Now, provided you're running an operating system that supports Microsoft's Silverlight browser plug-in, you can enjoy the same star-gazing fun from any browser.
WorldWide Telescope Puts the Night Sky In Your Browser
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