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A helper function set written in bash to support DSLR image stacking with IRAF.
Java numerical classes for astronomy and more...
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This project creates salat times using latitudes/longitudes or zip code information. The output is generated in pdf format.
Photom is photometric package based on Sextrator. It allows to create master images for calibration, photometric reduction, photometry and identification of the object on the CCD frames as well as variable stars detection.
pyastrolib is a python library providing professional astronomers a robust set of tools for astronomical data analysis. This project will provide all the functionality as NASA's IDL Astronomy User's Library in addition to other planned features.
This program should compute ZHR from data contained in IMO VMDB (http://www.imo.net/data/visual), or other sources with same structure. ZHR should be calculated on arbitrary interval. It should produce analytical and graphical output.
Application for detailed logging of astronomical observations
Skymapper aims to create high quality charts of the night sky for use by the serious amateur and astrophotographer using publicly available datasets.
Framework for building a light scattering simulation programs
Xingtu, 星圖, "star map" in Chinese, shows stars with their traditional Chinese names. It can be used in Google Sky to make new discoveries from ancient history. Models based on BSC5 and other star maps are also released.