MagicMirror² v2.5.0 is available! For more information about this release, check out this topic.


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    • More information than you ever wanted to know about the rising and setting of the sun.

    • Animated world map showing day and night for the entire planet

    • Data and image or just the image. (config option)


    MMM-Lunartic - Top
    MMM-SunRiseSet - Bottom





    Version 1.0.1

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    Version 1.0.2


    A new config option for an animated earth image that updates to show the approach of day or night.

    git pull for update or install as usual

    Images of new option:


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    Due to a number of issues filed on the Github repo for this module I would like to assure those people that this module does, in fact, work as expected. The issue being that the Day/Night animated map was not loading. So, I re-installed the module. It loads without a problem and displays the image as expected. I can only suggest that you delete your current installation of the module and re-install it. Here is a screenshot of the module from just moments ago. The image may take a few seconds to load, so please be patient. 🙂


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    At my request, our friend on the forum, @cruunnerr, installed MMM-SunRiseSet on his mirror, running Raspbian Stretch Lite and MM 2.2.2. He reports “works like a charm. tried all options. world, map, static…”

    Many thanks to @cruunnerr for testing and confirming his results.

  • Hi Mykle1,
    thanks a lot for this great module.
    May be you can add some pinhead showing lat / lng.
    And maybe there could be some possibilit of zooming.
    Thanks a lot

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    @Vauxdvihl said in MMM-SunRiseSet:

    May be you can add some pinhead showing lat / lng.
    And maybe there could be some possibilit of zooming.

    I really don’t have any plans to do anything more with MMM-SunRiseSet. Please feel free to try anything you like with it. I’ll honor any PR’s that you send to the repo. 🙂

    You can make the image larger or smaller via config and css. Zooming is quite another matter. Be aware that the images are renderings, not actual satellite imagery.