“The nitrogen in our DNA, the calcium in our teeth, the iron in our blood, the carbon in our apple pies were made in the interiors of collapsing stars. We are made of star stuff.” – Carl Sagan
On Earth, we use dive watches to help us monitor how much oxygen we have left in our tank while scuba diving. This is our version of a dive watch for space. Big, bold hands and hour markers make sure that the time is legible at a glance. The textures are pulled straight from NASA spacecraft. Tapping the digital time at 6 o’clock reveals an expanse of information, making sure you are ready for your next mission.
– Dark and light mode
– Analog and digital time
– Themeable colors
– Digital display mode
– Watch battery
– Moon phase
– Current weather/temperature
– Distance travelled
– To toggle between dark and light modes, tap the NASA logo.
– To open the digital display mode, tap the digital time at 6 o’clock. Tap again to close.
– To change the color theme, tap “color” label at 12 o’clock with in the digital display mode.