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Asteroid Tracker

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Asteroid Tracker is an app which helps you to search NEO (Near Earth Objects) like Asteroids, Comets, Meteoroids and Solar Orbiting Spacecrafts which are approaching towards Earth or may have approached in past.

Data is fetched from NASA NeoWs API -

You can search Asteroids by - Date range or by NEO Reference ID.

In Search By Date section you can search from 12th December 1899 to 31st December 2200.

Settings have preference regarding language, date formats and units.

If you like the app don't forget to rate it. Reviews are most welcomed.

In case you encounter any error, please report it on

Also contact on above email if you need new features regarding NEO.

Upcoming features -
Sorting as per preference,
Push Notification for Asteroid close to Earth.

Run or download Asteroid Tracker using our android online emulator from


Developer: Hrishikesh Ravindra Kadam

Genre: Education

App version: 1.1.1

App size: 5.0M

Recent changes: Marathi Language added


nice info. . but only need to the tenth of a measurement.... if ya want to give data to the 10th decimal point... do it when it is clicked on. Having everything moving is distracting and cumbersome. I have to wait on hundreds of a trillionth of a decimal foot... (seriously, down to pico feet?? think about it... cells are measured in hundreds of micro meters!) We have to wait for it to scroll by before we can quickly see general size and information on one page.

Love this. It's a little hard to learn to work it but overall its a good app

I like how detailed and yet easy to read this is in such a way It's not overwhelming. Also it seems to be updated.

Good program but it is not necessary to display the distances and sizes to 10 decimal places when three places would be adequate. The other alternative would be to make it a configurable option?

Tried to search for Gault 6478 even after the latest news of a possible collision between Gault 6478 and a unknown body. The app found no such asteroid.'