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How To Know When There's A New Space Launch With Your Android

Do you want to feel like you work in the NASA? Do you have a soft spot for anything space-related? If so, then Space Launch Now might be your favorite app ever. It lists all space missions and their estimated dates, as well as information about the vehicles and agencies that take part in the initiative.

The app will send you notifications and let you know when the new launches are scheduled. Don't miss a lift-off again!

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Here's how to know when there's a new space launch with your Android:

1. Install and open Space Launch Now on your Android device.

2. Tap the hamburger menu and access 'Launches' to see all the upcoming space shift launches and tap on each one to read more information. You can check out the estimated launch date, the vehicle summary, what the mission is about and the agencies that make it possible (for example, NASA).

3. Filter the results by location, vehicle, country and agency and get the results you're more interested in.

4. Tap 'Missions' to learn about all the missions that are currently active.

5. If you want to know more about the vehicles, browse through the collection of space shuttles, soyuz, falcons, atlas, etc.

6. Go to Settings and activate notifications for upcoming launches and change the preference as you like.

Are you interested in space? Has this application surprised you? Tell us which in the Comments.

How To Know When There's A New Space Launch With Your Android

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