Sun and Moon times - Phase of the Moon/Percentage Illumination * Compass view for navigation showing position of sun and moon * Save a location (startup to the saved location or automatically find current location) * Select any date. Quickly switch between dates using arrows or return to current date. * Easy to read display (in 24 hour or am/pm format) * Handles time zones and daylight savings time * Shows past/future dates for northern/southern extremes when sun is down/up all day * Accurate times (NOAA standard) calculated right on the device (network connection not required) * Details view - time of solar noon, current altitude and elevation for sun and moon
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Moon Phase v1 1 will show the shape (or phase) of the moon at a given date and time of day. It will also show the percentage of illumination. The application accepts dates from 1600 CE up to 2400 CE with good level of accuracy - a difference of only 7 to 10 minutes from NASA's catalog 400 years before and after 2000 CE. It is very accurate near 2000 CE where the computation is based
Chuyen La Tổng hợp, cập nhật hàng ngày những kỷ lục của thế giới, những câu chuyện kỳ lạ nhất hành tinh
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Sideralis Sideralis - Stand alone sky chart and real time planetarium for mobile phones (MIDP2.0 and CLDC1.1).
A lot of different objects:
More than 1600 stars.
7 planets: Mars, Venus, Mercury, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune.
Sun and Moon