As kids, many of us dreamt about going to space and being astronauts. This dangerous profession tempted our young minds and made us look at the starry night sky with genuine delight. However, time went by and we finally realized that life is much more practical and down-to-earth than we naively assumed. However, if you are still fascinated with space and visit NASA?s website from time to time to check the latest news, you should try bringing some space to your desktop — for instance, in the form of a screensaver!
Earth from Cosmos Screensaver is a great-looking screensaver that shows our planet from far above — vast continents, oceans belting the Earth, magnificent tropical storms forming over tropical islands and much more! The software features 30 amazing high-res images that will be automatically adjusted to your current screen resolution. You can control the behavior of the screensaver by specifying the period of inactivity after which the screensaver is activated, the time each image is shown, image tiling and stretching options, image randomization, visual effects and transitions, sound effect, password protection and more. You can also configure Earth from Cosmos Screensaver to change your desktop wallpaper according to your preferences, so you will never get tired of the same image!
If you still dream about reaching the stars and taking a look at our home planet from the skies, start with bringing some space to your computer screen!
Earth from Cosmos Screensaver 1.1 The Earth from Cosmos Screensaver shows images of our planet. On your display: Best cosmic pictures of the Earth, a view of mainlands and countries, magic images of atmosphere
The Earth Screensaver 1.0 The Earth Screensaver is a screensaver for your computer that will help you relax and get away from your everyday routine by means of watching our planet from space. It is a simple
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