By Matthew LLOYD
When will it be good to stargaze? See the weather forecast, seeing, transparency, and light pollution, all in one convenient tool. Perfect for amateur and professional astronomers alike, for naked eye viewing, binoculars, or telescopes. The free version shows a limited number of hours of forecast. For the full 7-days, you can become a subscriber. Payment will be charged to iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase. Subscription automatically renews unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. Account will be charged for renewal within 24-hours prior to the end of the current period at the same price you originally paid. Subscriptions may be managed by the user and auto-renewal may be turned off by going to the user's Account Settings after purchase. Terms: http://www.goodtostargaze.com/#terms
For the last couple of weeks the app has been showing my location is not good to stargaze because it’s raining. It’s been clear every night for the last couple of weeks, yet the app says it’s raining. I went online to use the website version, and it is saying the exact same thing. It is perfectly clear outside, so I don’t really get it.
This WAS an excellent ap until the latest Apple update and now this ap either doesn’t work or is SUPER slow to load. Please fix it
Great app but I refuse to pay for subscription software too bad this is good stuff renting software ruined my purchase, oh well back to searching for reasonable apps
An amazing app. Would rate 5 stars if light pollution map was up to date. The map is based off of NOAA 2015 data, which, in Texas, things are getting pretty crazy and cities are exploding lately… so not super reliable here anymore :( hopefully the data will be updated soon, if the app hasn’t been forgotten about…
Tailored to fit the needs of astronomers. Very accurate and easy to use. Highly recommend
This is a great app so far. Interface is clean, organized, and intuitive to use. Would be five stars with a nice widget!
I use this to plan my evenings in advance, and it has done very well for me. I don’t know what I would do without this, I would probably s t a r g a z e much less.
This is an essential weather tool for observing. I use it every time I’m imaging with my telescope and trust the data it displays to my precious equipment.
Great app. It’s the fastest way I’ve found to find out if the conditions are right.