Satellite AR For Android Allows You To Monitor Falling Satellites – May Save Your Life


Now, I don’t know if you guys have heard but there is a 6-ton dead satellite that is currently hurtling towards Earth and will make contact sometime tonight or over the weekend. In effort to keep our readers safe from a horribly (funny) demise, I thought I’d bring to your attention an app currently available exclusively to Android users that allows you to monitor satellites in our Earth’s orbit (even the falling ones).

Using augmented reality the Satellite AR app allow you to simply point your device into the air and take a look around at all the satellites you never knew were there. Waiting. Watching. Listening. The developers have even added the temporary ability to monitor the trajectory of that bus-sized Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite that could be heading towards your home right now. It’s too bad iOS users will be caught unawares.

[SatelliteAR Market Link]

[Via Engadget]

Chris Chavez
I've been obsessed with consumer technology for about as long as I can remember, be it video games, photography, or mobile devices. If you can plug it in, I have to own it. Preparing for the day when Android finally becomes self-aware and I get to welcome our new robot overlords.

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  1. What are the chances of a satellite striking ace on me?

    1. If you’re paranoid like me — very high chances o.O

      1. lol

    2. It’s a million to one chance, but those chances seem to happen 99% of the time. ;)

  2. Maybe it will fall on Apple users…

    1. We can only pray that it does.

    2. i swear to god if that thing gets the spice channel…

      1. Ok, Moe, calm down.

      2. Lol lol

  3. With all that’s going on in the satellite world, their servers are overloaded. Feel kinda bad for them, the app is getting a bunch of 1* reviews because people don’t read the description where they clearly state what’s going on.

  4. ” IT’S A BIRD” NO … “”IT’S A PLANE “” OHNOHO… ” IT’S A BUS “;,(

  5. am I the only one who heard JUST, MAGIC BUS, when they said it was the size of a school bus on the news?

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