This watch face actually displays the a real live astronomically current constellation star chart for your date, time and location. It is valid for anywhere in Canada, USA and Europe. The star chart rotates and adjusts depending upon the month, and the hour of the day. If requested, and I can find appropriate charts, I can probably do other locations as well.
The oval at the bottom displays your current field of view when you line up the direction you are facing with the S/E/W directions at the bottom. In the most natural position of the watch, it displays the view to the South (the big S at the bottom), so you should face south. All you need to do is line up the yellow horizon line up at the bottom. It adjust dynamically depending upon the tilt of the watch. If you face west, tilt your watch down and to the right to display the night sky with the W at the bottom. If you face East, tilt your watch down and to the left to display the night sky with the E at the bottom. Yes, you may need some (very) strong reading glasses to read the constellation names - I sure do! It is the price one pays for displaying an entire freaking night time sky on your watch!
No night sky viewing experience is complete without knowing the forecast so you will know when it will be clear - so a 4 day forecast is provided at the top below the time, complete with conditions and daily highs/lows. Current condition is on the left. Current moon phase is on the right.
Sunrise and sunset times are dynamically shown on the right and left of the screen, beside little triangles. They are accurately shown relative to an imaginary 24 hour wheel on the display, with 0 and 24 hours at the top, 12 hours at the bottom. The star chart works best at night obviously, between 6pm and 6am.
Finally the permission to use this star chart is from:
"Kepler Star Wheels reproduced with permission from NASA Kepler Mission and University of California, Lawrence Hall of Science.