The Python version of Kepcalc is now online running responding to REST queries at my site: http://www.williamslabs.com/sat/ The response format is in xml allowing the data to be integrated into any system capable of parsing xml.
The project is now available in the flavor of c# and a c++ port is in the works. The c++ port SGP0 model is working well as of a few moments ago. More to come on the c++ side of things...
A simple alpha is available for download. A main is included to demonstrate some functionality. From the command line:
"java -jar KepCalc-xxx.jar"
Additionally, some javadocs are posted here: http://kepcalc.sourceforge.net/
The java package is nearly release worthy. Basically just the packaging itself remains.
SGP is complete along with a standard set of translations. An exciting new feature just added is the ability to calculate visual magnitude based on Mike McCants published standard magnitude terms available here: http://www.io.com/~mmccants/tles/mccdesc.html
A number of satellite importing techniques are built in including Space-Track, Celestrak, and even amateur classified object listings also published by Mike McCants: http://www.io.com/~mmccants/tles/... read more