Demo video attached! It has been compressed with divx to keep low the file size (9.76 Mb), so make sure you have the divx codecs, please.
It also includes some ambient music that will be used in the final version.
Notice that every star that appears at the video is a clickable, and therefore a visitable one, some of them have discovered planets, some not. (However, they are better seen at the full resolution pictures
The video starts looking at Pluto's moon, Charon, and it visits all the planets of our solar system, including Earth. Then we move 100 light years away to circle the Sun, away again to 15.000 light years, travelling outside the galaxy, to finally travel 500.000 light years away from it.
You can observe the orbit camera system, that allows to orbit any celestial body and to travel easily between them with just a single click of the mouse. Of course there is also a free camera.
Now the full Earth's solar system has been introduced into the simulation. Next steps are to track some minor issues, to finish camera's smooth movement for the moons and to translate the external interface.