view-stars-cli

    1.0.0 • Public • Published

    starViewCLI

    Description

    "When you see the stars you are looking into the past. Because light takes time to travel and stars are many light years away from us you could be seeing a star that doesn’t even exist anymore." 🌟

    starViewCLI is a simple line application that provide information about stars visibility in a moment that you decide. You can also create an astronomical diary (a blank file with a title and current datetime) where write all of your notes and read them.

    It was created to determine the best stars observing time. In fact, stars are more visible if:

    • is night (of course),
    • weather is clear and cloudiness is low,
    • Moon is not full or better is a new Moon 🌑
    • there's no light pollution (or is little at least).

    Installation

    npm install --save view-stars-cli

    Usage

    npm start viewStars

    to running the project and view all command options

    Commands

    type the full name of command or the shorter one in the terminal

    //to see current weather in a location specified by city name weatherNow | wn (cityName)

    //to see forecast weather every 3 hours in a location specified by city name weatherForecast | wf (cityName) (hours)

    //to see the moon phase and its luminosity moonPhase | mp

    //to know how much is light pollution in a location specified by city name lightPollution | lp (cityName)

    //to create your astronomical diary createDiary | cd (diaryName)

    //to write your notes in a astronomical diary writeDiary | wd

    //to read your notes written in the astronomical diary readDiary | rd

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    License

    GNU GPLv3

    Keywords

    command line interface, CLI, console, commander, stars, weather, moon, light pollution, diary

    Install

    npm i view-stars-cli

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    3

    Version

    1.0.0

    License

    GNU GPLv3

    Unpacked Size

    18.8 kB

    Total Files

    10

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