For the new school year, the Bing Search just brought some news. When searching for constellations, Bing users will be able to see a new interactive constellation viewer.
The interesting part is that Bing uses “location identification technology to show which stars and constellations are above or below the horizon if you were to look at the sky at night.”
If you live in USA, go ahead an test the Perseus constellation. In Europe this feauture is not available, at least when we tested from Frankfurt.
Bing, from Microsoft, also introduced on the search engine: 2D models of any molecule you type, interactive royal family tree, world of words with vocabulary suggestions, Rubik’s Cube solver, and Citation.