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Get the Best View of the Solar Eclipse with Redshift's Latest App

Get the Best View of the Solar Eclipse with Redshift's Latest App

July 6, 2017

When the time comes for the next total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, you want to be ready for it. You could install dozens of apps to try piecing together everything you need, or you could find one app that gives it all to you. Solar Eclipse by Redshift does that.

A complete calendar of solar eclipses

How much do you really know about solar eclipses? The next total solar eclipse will happen on August 21, 2017, and Redshift's latest astronomy app is ready to help you get ready for it.

The app provides you with physical and schematic maps that provide simulations of the eclipse. It also gives you four different interactive eclipse simulations, so you'll know not only what to look for, but also what the eclipse will look like from various vantage points.

There's also a reference section, providing explanations and facts and illustrated with images and videos.

Another feature important to eclipse fans is the eclipse calendar. Learn what solar eclipses have happened since 1900, along with when the next ones will happen all the way through the year 2100.

The only app you need to understand and prepare for viewing the August 21, 2017 total solar eclipse and ore

Explore different views of the eclipse

One of the best features of Solar Eclipse by Redshift is more than one feature. It's the ability of this app to truly prepare you for the upcoming total solar eclipse. No matter where you'll be, you can find out when the solar eclipse will be visible in your location as well as how much of the sun will be obscured.

You can select your location from the map, use your current location, or search by name or GPS coordinates. You can also find the best locations near you for viewing the eclipse, if you feel like going on a road trip for the event.

Using the knowledge base, you can find out how to observe the eclipse. Learn what type of equipment you need, and why you can't just look directly at the Sun during the event.

When the event draws closer, Solar Eclipse by Redshift will update with the latest weather and temperature data. This way, you'll know ahead of time how successful your attempt at viewing the eclipse will be.

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With Solar Eclipse by Redshift, you'll have a complete compendium of information about the event in one app. Learn facts about eclipses, when they're happening, and how to get the best view of the August 21 total solar eclipse.

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Solar Eclipse by Redshift has a small, but complete, reference section. You can learn about how eclipses work and how best to prepare for them.

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Find out when the total eclipse will be at its peak, as well as what to expect before and after. The timeline offers you information about the event six hours before and after.

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