Stargazing Made Easy with Fenix 3
While living a fast paced life we tend to forget the true beauty all around us. Today we lean on technology for entertainment and it is easy to forget the simple things in life like stargazing on a picturesque night. Now with the unbelievable capabilities of the new Garmin Fenix 3, you can harness the beauty of the night sky right on your wrist with Fenix 3 through our app store, Connect IQ.
Vast, open skies are a significant feature on our planet and on a pure night you can see some 4,000 stars shimmering in our universe all year round. Using the embedded GPS and the compass sensor on your Garmin wearable, the Skywatch app can easily find the brightest stars and planets near your location. You can cycle through the Sun, the Moon, Mercury, Venus, Mars, North Star, and many other constellations directly from your wrist. The Skywatch app is incredibly accurate and it’s as easy as following the arrows on your watch face and looking up.
Take a few minutes and embrace the beauty of the stars with the Fenix 3 Skywatch app. You can download the Skywatch app here! Stay tuned next week for a comprehensive post on how to download Skywatch and other apps from Connect IQ.
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