Friday, 23 February 2018 - 14:46 UTC
Just a mere week after we introduced the Italian version of SpaceWeatherLive we are super proud to announce our tenth language! After English, Spanish, German, French, Dutch, Polish, Italian, Russian and Swedish we are very happy to be able to introduce to you SpaceWeatherLive in the Estonian language!
We thank our translator Ahto Avi for making the Estonian translation a reality! The translation comes just in time for Estonia's birthday tomorrow as the country will celebrate 100 years of independence on Saturday! Happy birthday Estonia and aitäh to our translator Ahto!
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