Google has recently started its new Chrome Experiment Program which is called "100,000 Stars" through which any web user can Explore Universe, Space and Milky Way of Galaxy Stars with Google Chrome Experiment program. Google has taken a small step to determine the exact direction by plotting the location of the stars closest to Sun with the help of using imagery and data from a range of sources which includes NASA and the European Space Agency (ESA). There are also several other ways to Explore the World, Space and Universe with the help of Desktop, Smartphone and Tablets Applications and also with the help of online websites like Google Maps, Wikimapia etc. It’s really impressive to see Google is now exploring Universe and Milky Way Galaxy which is outside the earth which will helps users to know more about the world and place.
Google Chrome Experiment program "100,000 Stars" visualizes the stellar neighborhood by using mouse or track-pad; users can also Zoom In and Zoom Out to Explore Galaxy, Universe and Stars around the Sun. There is also an option to take a Tour of Space, Galaxy and Universe Automatically by just clicking at the top left side of the web page which required browser plug-ins like WebGL, CSS3D, and Web Audio in Web Browsers which is currently supporting by Chrome, Firefox, Opera, and Safari but unfortunately the website doesn't work in Internet Explorer 10. So what are you waiting for? Click Here and Start Exploring Universe, Space and Galaxy Milky Way Stars with Google Chrome Experiment Program "100,000 Stars". If you like it than Share it with your friends!