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Tools to analyse output from the stellar-evolution code ev/STARS/TWIN1 weekly downloads
Implementation in Python of some of the statistical methods provided by "asurv", the survival analysis software.1 weekly downloads
Schematically plot the evolution of binary stars1 weekly downloads
The aim of this project is to provide amateur astronomers with a minimalistic set of commands to analyze FITS files.
This is a project to prove the existence of space travel by observing the international space station. This will include some history about non-believers, maths and a program to calculate the heigth and velocity of the ISS.
Working group working in the compilation and development of tools for stellar evolution
The Open Source Space Flight Dynamics (OSSFD) project is intended to provide the community with an open source solution to space flight dynamics.
A user community and inclusive package of compatible routines available to diverse astronomy users. Application services to include astronomical lab control, image processing and amateur exploration that continues to adapt to meet a wide range of needs.
OpenWD is a scientific project to develop state-of-the-art models of white dwarf stars, to draw upon the collective expertise of astronomers around the world, and to facilitate comparisons between evolutionary and pulsational studies of white dwarf stars
RT is the world's fastest and most accurate simulation of astrophysical radiative transfer. RT includes C++ implementations of the Mersenne Twister and R250/521 RNGs, and the best-known BSP traversal algorithm.
SSynth is a package of scientific software consisting of shell scripts and fortran source code for efficiently calculating a model stellar spectrum using the standard LTE, homogenous, and plane parallel approximations.
Manuel, tables et logiciels de navigation astronomique
Data, catalogues and code for analyzing the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) Quasar data. The resources presented here were published by Ross et al. in the Astrophysical Journal, 2009, Vol. , / .
Tempo is a pulsar timing data analysis package.
RAMSES is a general purpose simulation code for self-gravitating fluid dynamics with adaptive mesh refinement.