Scope Nights for iPad
Watching the stars at night can be a lot of fun. Having a decent telescope certainly helps. You also should know a thing or two about astronomy to get the most out of your experience. Of course, going out on a rainy or cloudy night for stargazing is not a great idea. Scope Nights for iPad is a handy application that shows you the weather conditions for your area so you can pick the best night to go out with your telescope.
The idea behind Scope Nights is simple: it provides you with weather conditions in your area, so you can find out the best night to take your telescope out. It has color coded summary charts for each night so you don’t have to be a technical to make sense of the information. 5 to 7 night local stargazing weather forecasts are updated on an hourly basis. You can also track other locations beside your city.
Scope Nights has an elegant design and gives you a lot of useful information about your local weather. You can change the threshold for wind, temperature, and humidity. Sunrise/sunset times and moon phases are available too. This is a universal application. Overall, it is a pretty decent tool for planning your future trips with your telescope.
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