iPhone astronomy apps have come a long way over the years. Most of them now have an augmented reality feature, so you can simply point your phone at celestial objects to learn more about them. Many of these apps also have an Apple Watch interface. With these Apple Watch astronomy apps, you can look up conditions, learn about the planets and star, and do a whole lot more:
Night Sky: this stargazing Apple Watch app helps you quickly identify stars, planets, and constellations above you. With augmented reality, you can raise your wrist to the sky to identify what you are looking at.
Luminos: this award winning astronomy iPhone app has an Apple Watch interface that lets you get live sky charts and satellite alerts.
Sky Live: a wonderful app for planning star observations. Its stargazing index takes into account weather forecast, light pollution, visible objects, and moonlight.
Star Walk 2: this Apple Watch stargazing app shows you conditions and lets you set reminders to catch your favorite objects in the sky with your telescope.
SkySafari 6 Pro: a powerful stargazing app with augmented reality, large database of objects, and voice control. It has graphing function for planning your observations. The Apple Watch interface provides you with rise/set times, distance, magnitude, and other relevant info.
ISS Finder: as the name suggests, this app shows when the ISS will be visible at night. The Apple Watch interface lets you set alarms and view pass details.
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