NASA’s interactive software application ‘Eyes on the Solar System’ offers simulation eclipse 2017 before it happens on August 21st, 2017. Where anyone can see a view of the eclipse from anywhere on the planet, once downloaded and installed the program.
The 3D simulation provides views of the eclipse from multiple perspectives and locations. A geographical location needed to simulate the Eclipse 2017, then watch a simulation of what the eclipse would look like from that area from start to finish. It has also Eclipse 2017 web application in Beta stage.
NASA’s Eyes on the Solar System lets you explore the planets, their moons, asteroids, comets and the spacecraft exploring them from 1950 to 2050. Ride with the Curiosity Rover as it lands on Mars or fly by Pluto with the New Horizons spacecraft all from the comfort of your home computer.
Once it has loaded, click on the “Explore” button at the bottom of the screen, and a split-screen view will appear showing a view of the Earth on the left side, and a view of the sun from your selected location on the right side
Jump straight in to exploring the solar system with an introduction to the basic controls. Using the the visual controls, you can unlock layers of content, change lighting modes, adjust camera angles and make ‘Eyes’ your own. The application is available for direct download from NASA website.
In real trajectory data you can recreate famous moments in solar system exploration, or preview exciting adventures yet to come. Fly with the Voyager spacecraft on their grand voyage, orbit Mars with MAVEN, fly by a comet with Deep Impact or Stardust, and observe our home planet alongside the spacecraft that keep track of Earth’s climate.
Want a quick dose of exciting exploration? Try the ‘Simple’ mode of Eyes on the Solar System to explore exciting destinations and missions and learn about the people involved in making it all happen. Interested in more details? Eyes on the Solar System has modules that focus on specific places or missions. Recreate the New Horizons flyby of Pluto or learn about the Dawn spacecraft as it orbits Ceres. Eclipse 2017/ NASA Image