Google News article If you have a smartphone that you want to share your views on the solar eclipse with your friends, this is the app you need to use.
This app is called Sun measuring instruments and it is designed for those who are looking to take the eclipse photos.
This is a great app if you want a better view of the eclipse in the sky.
Sun measuring instruments, developed by the German research institute, DLR, will show the solar reflection on the Sun.
The app will measure the solar reflectivity by using an oscilloscope.
The data will be displayed on a graph and a timer will be running.
It can be downloaded for free and is meant to be used for people who are interested in observing the solar eclipses.
This solar observing app is the first of its kind in the world.
Sun measurement instruments are very small and the amount of light they produce is very low.
They are small enough that they can be used on the smartphone.
However, they are not suitable for eclipse viewing.
The devices are not as accurate as they could be for observing the sun in the daytime and at night.
The best thing about the Sun measuring instrument is that it is very easy to use and there is a lot of information available.
This means that it can be useful for those looking to learn about the solar phenomena.
The app is made by the DLR in cooperation with the German Institute for Solar Research.
The team has been working on the project since 2013.
This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first successful measurement of the Sun in space.
In addition, the team has also completed an experiment to measure the Sun’s surface and found that it had no effect on the eclipse.
This has been the biggest breakthrough for solar research.
Sun-spot cycleThe eclipse will be visible in parts of India from September 23 to 25.
It will last for one to two hours.
The eclipse will start on September 23 and will last around two hours from September 24 to 25 and will end on September 26.
The moon will not be visible during the eclipse because it is in the umbra, the area between the Earth and the Sun that blocks most of the sun’s light.
However there is some good news for people looking to watch the eclipse from the sky: the eclipse will not cause damage to the sunspots.
However the eclipse can cause damage at the edge of the solar corona, a region of the corona that can block most of sunlight.
It is a danger for anyone who is watching the eclipse and people with vision loss, such as people who have suffered damage from corona damage.
The sunspot effect is caused by the interaction of the atmosphere with the coronal heating of the outer corona.
The solar eclipse will affect all parts of the globe except the Northern Hemisphere.
However it is expected to affect only the Southern Hemisphere.