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MMM-NASA

Stunning imagery and information about your universe. Looks amazing on your mirror!

Brought to you by NASA's Hubble, Spitzer and Galaxy Evolution Explorer Telescopes. (And others)

To Infinity And Beyond!

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Installation

  • git clone https://github.com/mykle1/MMM-NASA into the ~/MagicMirror/modules directory.

  • No API needed!

  • Annotated .css file included for sizing and coloring, text or no text.

Config.js entry and options

{
    module: 'MMM-NASA',
    position: 'top_left',
    config: {
	search: "Galaxy",                // See Config entries for search: (Bottom of ReadMe)
	infoLength: 400,                 // length of info (mostly for static info)
        scroll: "yes",                   // yes= scrolling info, no = static info
	rotateInterval: 5 * 60000,       // 5 minutes default. Must use ms (milliseconds)
	useHeader: false,
	header: "",
	maxWidth: "300px",               // For description text. Image size using css file.
	animationSpeed: 3000,            // Image fades in and out
    }
},

Config entries for search: "Galaxy", <-- Example

  • The search field is somewhat flexible. You can enter either "Galaxy" or "Galaxies".

  • There is no set list, per se. Try any astronomical term. These work.

  • Galaxy

  • Galaxies

  • Nebula

  • Orion nebula

  • Crab nebula

  • Supernova

  • Asterism

  • Asteroid

  • Black hole

  • Comet

  • Any planet name (e.g. Saturn, Jupiter, etc..)

  • Constellation

  • Any Constellation name (e.g. Scorpius, Pegasus, Pisces) https://starchild.gsfc.nasa.gov/docs/StarChild/questions/88constellations.html

  • Culmination

  • Binary Star

  • Earthshine

  • Eclipse

  • Equinox

  • Gibbous

  • Meteor

  • Milky Way

  • Occultation

  • Parallax

  • Retrograde

  • Solstice

  • Terminator

  • Transit

Try your own. Name something in the sky and see what you get.

Special thanks to NASA and SpaceCowboysDude

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