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local weather information across the U.S.A. (only) and sends it to your
computer. Delivers the usual suspects, you know, temperature, pressure
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fun with chemistry. Has the periodic table and info on the discoverers
Also, info on the elements and their uses.
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you weather reports from all over the world. You plug in which cities you
want (from a giant list) and it displays the weather conditions. Ad supported.
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for simulating various sky phenomena. Cirrus clouds and ice crystals cause
various halo, arc and light phenomena in the sky around the sun and moon.
Two files to download.
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EYE OF THE STORM-A
hurricane tracking program. With Eye of the Storm, you can monitor the
path and strength of Atlantic and Pacific tropical storms using an interactive
3D map. Storms and storm tracks are plotted.
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WX Tide 32-A program
for displaying tides and currents for about 9,000 locations around the
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Table of the Elements represents a computer version of the periodic table
of the elements in chemistry. The software has 118 command buttons, each
representing an element and each is labeled by the atomic number and element
symbol of the respective element.
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ENIG. PERIODIC TABLE-EniG.
Periodic Table of Elements contains the basic data about the element in
five languages. It shows visually the change of physical condition with
the change of temperature. The calculating module from the programme "EniG.
Chemistry Assistant" for fast calculating the mole mass compounds has also
been integrated in the Periodic Table.
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10 is a launcher space simulator allowing to control a rocket from launch
up to Earth orbit. Full orbital mechanics environment including atmospheric
and gravity effects. The simulator allows to steer the rocket through the
atmosphere to place it in a stable orbit.
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