If you like watching the stars, the moon, and constellations, but you do not have a telescope or you simply do not have the time to go star watching then you can now use Google Sky to fulfill those interests.
Space Telescope Science Institute in Baltimore has partnered up to make this new addition to Google possible, by integrating it and just changing the projections on Google Maps.
In the past if you wanted to view different facets of the earth from the comfort of your own home, you had to install the Google Earth application for your desktop or notebook, but now Google has made one more thing in life so much easier by adding a browser version, now known as “Google Sky”
With the use of this neat addition, astronomy lovers will now be able to view different parts of the solar system, zoom in and out, and analyze them under different levels of light waves (x-ray, infrared, microwave). If you would like to view to stars and more today, just visit, http://www.google.com/sky/