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Love observing the Moon? There’s a new iPhone, iPod and iPad app that will provide everything you need to know. LunarCalc shows moon phases from any date between the years 1900 and 2200. It also provides ecliptic latitude and longitude, zodiacal position, distance from Earth, and apogee and perigee dates. The iPad version also provides moonrise, moonset and culmination, percent illuminated and lunation period.
LunarCalc is available in eight languages: English, Spanish, French, Italian, German Portuguese, Russian and Japanese.
Courtesy of the app’s creator, Fabio Rendelucci, Universe Today has 3 LunarCalc apps to giveaway. The first three correct answers to the following question will win. Post your answer in the comment section.
Question: When will the next total lunar eclipse take place?
To find out more or to buy the app, search “LunarCalc” in iTunes to download it.