Google Chrome experiment to explore our Galaxy

The Google Official Blog introduced Chrome 100000 Stars, A new experiment for Google Chrome browser that allows us to visualize a wonderful, interactive and  artistic 1,00,000 stars in our universe.

You can get detailed information of the biggest stars, relative positions of the stars , a hypothetical spherical cloud of stars, comets and asteroids near our galaxy, one can also observe the orbits of the planets in the Milky Way.

Google Chrome Experiment - 1,00,000 Stars

The display uses data from NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Wikipedia data for the information of the stars, powered by WebGL, Web Audio, CSS3D. Sam Hulick, composer of music for video games is the creator of the cosmic relaxing music playing in the background.

It’s amazing how big is our universe is and how small we are.

Link : 100,000 Stars

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