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Meteor Showers Info at Your Fingertips With Meteor Show for Windows Phone 7
If you are into the study of the vast wonders of the universe, a star gazer, or are simply into the beauty of our universe, then you may want to take a look at what XDA member enahs_ has prepared for you. This app, named Meteor Show will tell you facts about every possible meteor shower from now till a few years. You can get tons of information from this app including the expected date, where the shower will be most visible from, and much more. The latest version of the app includes data all the way to 2014.
Please note that the free version for this app is not ready yet due to some bugs in the code that the dev is trying to work out with the people from Microsoft. So, please seat tight and just wait for a few days until the app becomes available. However, if you do have some feedback or suggestions, please post them in the thread.
Meteor Show is a nice little app that displays information about meteor showers easily observable by amateurs. It includes short description of the meteor shower, amaze your friends with the information. Displays the moon phase for the date of the meteor shower, as well as shower intensity. Also calculates how many days remaining until the showers optimal dates! If the shower is within 7 days it will notify you upon starting the application.
You can find more information in the application thread.
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