What is the information displayed on the back of MoonClock?
The distance from the Earth to the moon is displayed in a white box with black text. It will range from a minimum distance of 55.88 to a maximum of 63.77.
This measurement is given in Earth radii, which equal 6380 km or about 4000 miles.
A graphic representation of this distance is shown as a string of Earths, with the left representing minimum distance from Earth, and the right representing maximum distance. These distance are marked at each end for reference. As you will see, the moons distance changes by nearly four Earth diameters (eight Earth radii) over the course of a month.
A shadow is also projected onto the moon, showing its phase.
As the moon moves through the sky it passes through each of the constellations, and is refered to as being "in the house of" that constellation. If you look into the night sky around the moon you should be able to locate the constellation close by (unless it is hidden by the moon.)
The moons house is displayed at the bottom of the moons image, along with a text description of the current moonphase and the current direction of the moon (approaching or receding from Earth.)
How can I use MoonClock when I'm off the net?
When you choose to "Add to Home Screen" or "Add Bookmark" MoonClock will automatically store itself for use offline, so that you can use it whenever and wherever you desire. No special steps or software are required as it is already encoded for local storage.
How do I delete an App?
Go to your iPhone's Home Screen and press on any icon until they all start wiggling.
Then you can delete any of the Icons by pressing the x in the top corner of the
icon. Once done, hit the square home button.
Note that only apps you installed may be removed, apps that come with your iPhone cannot be deleted.
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