Best HD Sunset Live Wallpaper

HD Sunset Live Wallpaper is a HD video live wallpaper.

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HD Sunset Live Wallpaper

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Video Demo:

Very beautiful,fantastic, spectacular.

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HD Sunset Live Wallpaper base on 1080p high quality HD videos, very beautiful, clear, smooth,Beautiful, spectacular scenery.

Get HD Sunset Live Wallpaper for your phone. Enjoy a gorgeous, eye-popping HD Wallpaper.

HD Sunset Live Wallpaper Brings you great and high resolution HD video wallpapers to your Android devices.

Unique Features :
- High performance with extremely low battery consuming,keeping intact your battery life and your phone performance!
- Amazing and fast user interface, user friendly.
- support all android devices.

TO USE:
Home -> Press Menu -> Select Wallpapers -> Select Live Wallpapers ->Search and select for HD Sunset Live Wallpaper->”Set wallpaper” to activate it.

About sunset:

The time of sunset varies throughout the year, and is determined by the viewer’s position on Earth, specified by longitude and latitude, and elevation. Small daily changes and noticeable semi-annual changes in the timing of sunsets are driven by the axial tilt of Earth, daily rotation of the Earth, the planet’s movement in its annual elliptical orbit around the Sun, and the Earth and Moon’s paired revolutions around each other. During winter and spring, the days get longer and sunsets occur later every day until the day of the latest sunset, which occurs after the summer solstice. In the Northern Hemisphere, the latest sunset occurs late in June or in early July, but not on the summer solstice of June 21. This date depends on the viewer’s latitude (connected with the Earth’s slower movement around the aphelion around July 4). Likewise, the earliest sunset does not occur on the winter solstice, but rather about two weeks earlier, again depending on the viewer’s latitude. In the Northern Hemisphere, it occurs in early December or late November (influenced by the Earth’s faster movement near its perihelion, which occurs around January 3).

Likewise, the same phenomenon exists in the Southern Hemisphere, but with the respective dates reversed, with the earliest sunsets occurring some time before June 21 in winter, and latest sunsets occurring some time after December 21 in summer, again depending on one’s southern latitude. For a few weeks surrounding both solstices, both sunrise and sunset get slightly later each day. Even on the equator, sunrise and sunset shift several minutes back and forth through the year, along with solar noon. These effects are plotted by an analemma.[2][3]

Neglecting atmospheric refraction and the Sun’s non-zero size, whenever and wherever sunset occurs, it is always in the northwest quadrant from the March equinox to the September equinox, and in the southwest quadrant from the September equinox to the March equinox. Sunsets occur almost exactly due west on the equinoxes for all viewers on Earth. Exact calculations of the azimuths of sunset on other dates are complex, but they can be estimated with reasonable accuracy by using the analemma.