Slooh, a company known for its helpful live feeds of awesome astronomical events, has just released a fun, free iPad app that gives regular folk command of robotic space cameras around the world, PopSci.com reports. For $1.99 per “mission,” you can snap real-color photos of celestial objects, using the app’s heads-up display to aim one of the cameras in Slooh’s network. Within 20 minutes, you’ll have your own high-quality image of space, stamped with the date, time, and name of the observatory…

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