• Worldmap showing day and night with sun and moon position and moon fases; scrollable and scalable to a preferred spot.
• Optionally show various degrees of twilight, moonlight and typical summer/winter ice and snow cover.
• Put a marks at your favourite places, especially your own location.
• Run in realtime or at a chosen speed from a chosen past or future date.
• Optionally showing timezones, automatically adjusting for summertime (if any) and including historical changes.
• Showing solar and lunar eclipses when they occur.
• DEMO version, maps gets hazy after a minute.
• Buy the full version for eternal sharpness or get a 5 days free trial first.
• Designed to show optionally on a (big) external screen.
Legend to the pictures: 1 the famous solar eclipse over Hawai`i in 1991, most people were clouded out; 2 lunar eclipse over America, showing timezones; 3 in the 1840's Manila was far in advance of GMT; 4 Sitka is still Russian in the morning; 5 same day (Gregorian) yet a day later it is America, also showing a multitude of timezones at that epoche; 6 annular eclipse at the northpole