The Program displays
◾ Positioning of the Sun, Moon and planets at the current moment
◾ Timing of sunrise/-set, and the intersection of the celestial meridian (the upper culmination)
◾ The geographical direction of celestial bodies at the moment of sunrise/-set, also the maximum altitude above the horizon at the culmination
◾ The current position of the astronomical objects relative to your location by using a 2D compass
◾ Current status of the celestial object: ascending, descending, under the horizon edge.
For the Sun: the time of upper culmination, current half of the day / night and the current twilight/-s.
For the Moon: textual and visual definition of the moon phases
◾ The previous, current and future astronomical constellation, tropical and sidereal zodiac, in which the Sun, Moon or planets are in the moment
◾ The transition date to the next constellation or zodiac
additional for the Moon
◽The current age of the Moon, shown up in days, since the last new moon.
◽Percentage of lunar disk’s illumination (moon phase)
The lunar calendar displays:
◾ Phase of the Moon for any day of the calendar, starting from 1st year of our era.
(displayed as a pop-up)
◾ The onset of the new moon, full moon, first and last quarter with an exactitude up to a minute for any date.
◾ Lunar and solar eclipses
For the moon eclipses
◽ Time of lunar eclipse
◽Determining the type of lunar eclipse (full, partial, penumbral)
◽ Сalculation of the maximum phase of the lunar eclipse
For the Sun eclipses
◽ Time of solar eclipse
◽ Determining the type of solar eclipse (full, annular, particular)
◽ Сalculation of the maximum phase for a particular solar eclipse
Solar calendar can show you
◾ Sunrise and -set for any date
◾ The duration of the day and its change in comparison to the previous day
◾ Events of the selected day
◾ Time of civil, nautical and astronomical twilight, sunrise and sunset, solar noon and midnight. (The azimuth is indicated for all events except of the solar noon)