The most prominent new constellation apps are:New: The new Orion constellation, the first new constellation since the launch of the European Space Agency’s Gaia mission.
The new Gemini constellation, a $3 billion project with the support of NASA and the European Commission.
New:The Gemini 10 and Gemini 16.
Both of them will be available as free apps for Apple’s iOS.
New and improved: The first-ever, truly free constellation app for Windows Phone 8.
The app was originally available on the Windows Phone Store, but it has now been made available on Windows 10 Mobile.
New app:The first-of-its-kind, free, full-featured app for iOS, with full-screen video.
The full app is available in the app store and in the Windows 10 Marketplace.
The first free app for iPhone, available in both the App Store and the Google Play Store.
The full-scale, free app, now available in all the major markets.
The best apps for free, new and improved, in the charts below.
The chart is a ranking of the most downloaded new apps in each country.1.
New:The new Orion (the largest, most massive of the new constellations) will be the first ever full-fledged constellation.
It’s the first of its kind, as it’s the largest object in the Solar System, with an estimated mass of 1.9 billion metric tonnes.2.
New and improved – The first fully free, fully functional, fully-fluent, free constellation, offering a stunningly beautiful view of the night sky with the Orion Nebula in the middle.3.
New – A new constellation based on the Wolf constellation, with three planets in each constellation.4.
New (updated): A new, free and full-flavored constellation for iOS with full video.5.
New, improved: A new full-size app, available on both Windows and Windows Phone.6.
New for Windows: A free and fully-fledged free app based on Google’s Project Loon, the world’s first satellite to be launched to orbit.7.
New on Windows: The official Windows 10 version of SkyMap, the free, real-time weather app, offering real-world data from around the world.8.
New to Windows: New app for Mac: SkyMap Live, a weather app that offers live video streaming from around a globe.9.
New in iOS: A completely free, completely functional, free-to-play app, built for iOS.10.
New app: The full-sized app, from the new iOS app store.11.
New as of October 2018: A fully-functional, free full-feature, fully responsive full-color map app that allows you to see where your next journey will take you.12.
New new app: A full-fit app for Apple iOS, available to download now for Windows, Windows Phone, and Windows 8.1 devices.13.
New free app: SkyLite, a free weather app based in a small town in the UK, available now for iOS devices.14.
New from July 2018: New, fully immersive, full size app for iPad and Android.15.
New feature: A totally free, all-in-one, fully professional weather app for Android and Windows devices.16.
New features: The free, open-source Orion SkyMap app is now available to play on Apple iOS devices, and is now a part of SkyMaps for iOS by Apple.17.
New map: A gorgeous new map, created by an app developer for a public space, made by a public and nonprofit organisation, that allows a user to explore and share their world, all at the same time.18.
New apps: The newest app for the Apple iOS platform, the popular MapQuest app, will be made available in early October, and features live video and data feeds from the sky.19.
New navigation: New apps are coming to SkyMap.
The first of these is the SkyMap Explore app, which is a free, live weather app.
The SkyMap Travel app for mobile devices, launched this week, will also feature live video feeds from sky sources, including a solar eclipse.20.
New star: The New York State Division of Earth Sciences is offering a new astronomy app to help you better understand the Earth’s magnetic field, including new stars, constellates, and celestial bodies.21.
New location: The Canadian Space Agency has announced that it will soon be launching its first constellation, The Canadian Sky, which will include more than 1,000 objects in more than 150 constellation groups.22.
New data: A New York Times article on the new SkyMap data, showing the most recent data from the first two new constrains, the North American (Blue) and the South American (Yellow).23.
New stars: The US National Astronomy Data Center is launching the