With Atlas of the Solar System, you can take virtual tours of Mars, Venus and the Moon. With Mars, you even have a choice of land vehicle exploration versus spacecraft flyovers. Then you can visit the Planetarium, where you get to control the Solar System Simulator. You can zoom in or out anywhere in the solar system, and you control the speed at which time passes. Take a virtual satellite view tour of the Earth, where you get to zoom in or out, rotate, and move north and south. There is even an encyclopedia of space that contains fascinating information on comets, asteroids, the planets, and much more. This is your essential guide to continuing exploration of space.
Then, with Encyclopedia of Nature 2.0, you can see through the eyes of a bee, fish, bird, or rabbit. You can watch videos of reptiles, birds and other animals, or even listen to bird calls. Learn about climate and weather, view amazing close-ups, explore the microworld of cells, bacteria and viruses, or test your wits with the Quiz Master. Explore prehistoric life or learn about habitats and ecology, including the Biosphere. This product is extraordinarily comprehensive, and thoroughly fascinating.