1.10 / May 1, 2017
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Description

Do you want to know when the next meteorshower is? Or when is the next Aurora Borealis? Or if there isother phenomena in the night sky that you can see with nakedeye?

This App gives you all that in addition to specifics about theevents considering the visibility from different locations on Earthand other factors such as the effect of the moon light.

The best wonders of the night sky that could be seen by naked-eyeare presented. Add to that the stories that named the nightstars.

1. Meteor Showers
This app gives you a meteor shower calendar with the peak times.The details for every meteor shower are customized to show anapproximate number of meteors per hour at the peak based onastronomy data and human visibility limits.

Globe Graph: shows if the meteor shower favors the northernhemisphere, the southern hemisphere, or both.

Moon phase graph: shows the moon phase at the peak.

Rate graph: shows an estimated number of shooting stars per houranticipated at the peak. One bar means 5 meteors or less, 2 bars isabout 10 meteors, 3 bars is about 20-30 meteors per hour, and 4bars is for 60 meteors per hour or higher.

2. Aurora Borealis
The Northern lights are frequent in the location close to the northor south poles. When sun flares erupt in Earth’s direction theAurora Borealis is seen in more locations, but we only have 48 hournotice or less. This app has the most accurate prediction as itcounts on the data as the sun flare is detected.

3. Stargazing and other phenomena
Know when it’s the time to watch an eclipse, an asterism, anoccultation, pairing of two planets, or maybe a comet.

4. Tales by the stars
The names of the stars and the constellation came from the ancientstories and legends. Some of the showers and constellations have alink that takes you to the original tales beyond their names. Mostof the stories are form Greek and Roman mythology.

5. Viewing guidance
Specific details about how to watch each event are presented.

How to look up events:
Left tab displays the Meteor shower calendar.
Stargazing tab shows upcoming astronomy and night sky eventsincluding upcoming meteor showers.
Tales lists the stories that named our stars.

App Information GliinoSky

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GliinoSky 1.10 APK
Do you want to know when the next meteorshower is? Or when is the next Aurora Borealis? Or if there isother phenomena in the night sky that you can see with nakedeye?This App gives you all that in addition to specifics about theevents considering the visibility from different locations on Earthand other factors such as the effect of the moon light.The best wonders of the night sky that could be seen by naked-eyeare presented. Add to that the stories that named the nightstars.1. Meteor ShowersThis app gives you a meteor shower calendar with the peak times.The details for every meteor shower are customized to show anapproximate number of meteors per hour at the peak based onastronomy data and human visibility limits.Globe Graph: shows if the meteor shower favors the northernhemisphere, the southern hemisphere, or both.Moon phase graph: shows the moon phase at the peak.Rate graph: shows an estimated number of shooting stars per houranticipated at the peak. One bar means 5 meteors or less, 2 bars isabout 10 meteors, 3 bars is about 20-30 meteors per hour, and 4bars is for 60 meteors per hour or higher.2. Aurora BorealisThe Northern lights are frequent in the location close to the northor south poles. When sun flares erupt in Earth’s direction theAurora Borealis is seen in more locations, but we only have 48 hournotice or less. This app has the most accurate prediction as itcounts on the data as the sun flare is detected.3. Stargazing and other phenomenaKnow when it’s the time to watch an eclipse, an asterism, anoccultation, pairing of two planets, or maybe a comet.4. Tales by the starsThe names of the stars and the constellation came from the ancientstories and legends. Some of the showers and constellations have alink that takes you to the original tales beyond their names. Mostof the stories are form Greek and Roman mythology.5. Viewing guidanceSpecific details about how to watch each event are presented.How to look up events:Left tab displays the Meteor shower calendar.Stargazing tab shows upcoming astronomy and night sky eventsincluding upcoming meteor showers.Tales lists the stories that named our stars.
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