The PDL module gives standard perl the ability to COMPACTLY store and SPEEDILY manipulate the large N-dimensional data sets that are the bread and butter of scientific computing.
Data Analysis, Simulations and Visualization on the Sphere
Software for pixelization, hierarchical indexation, synthesis, analysis, and visualization of data on the sphere. Please acknowledge HEALPix by quoting the web page http://healpix.sourceforge.net and publication: K.M. Gorski et al., 2005, Ap.J., 622, p.759 Full software documentation available at http://healpix.sf.net/documentation.php Wiki Pages: https://sourceforge.net/p/healpix/wiki/Home GDL users should read https://sourceforge.net/p/healpix/wiki/HEALPix%20and%20GDL/
MESA: Modules for Experiments in Stellar Astrophysics -- a set of thread-safe fortran 95 libraries for stellar astrophysics, including physics (e.g., eos, opacities, nuclear nets) and algorithms (e.g., ODE solvers). Available by svn checkout or as zip file. See project webpage (http://mesa.sourceforge.net/).
This library is a Fortran 95 gnuplot interface for some Unix like OS'es. This provides some routines that enables direct access of a child gnuplot session from a Fortran 95 program. You will need a copy of fortranposix to make this work.
FreeEOS is a Fortran library for calculating the equation of state using an efficient free-energy minimization technique that is suitable for physical conditions in stellar interiors.
MieConScat is a GUI/Console program for generating MIE SCATtering data as a table of cross sections. It can generate scattering cross sections over specified angular ranges and total absorption cross sections. It was initially developed to aid work with optical particle counters (OPC) especially when CONverting data between cross section and diameter space. These methods are described in Rosenberg et al. 2012, Particle sizing calibration with refractive index correction for light scattering optical particle counters and impacts upon PCASP and CDP data collected during the Fennec campaign and CDP data collected during the Fennec campaign, http://www.atmos-meas-tech.net/5/1147/2012/amt-5-1147-2012.html
Calculate time ephemerides in convenient form
Project to calculate and distribute the general relativistic corrections to clock rates for the surfaces of various solar system bodies. These corrections are also known as time ephemerides.
Schematically plot the evolution of binary stars
RochePlot is a Fortran code using PGPlot to plot a series of binaries to illustrate the key stages in the evolution of a binary star
Bayesian age and mass estimates for transiting planet host stars
Source code, makefile and README for installation of software used for the analysis in Maxted, Serenelli & Southworth, "Bayesian mass and age estimates for transiting exoplanet host stars", A&A 575, 36, 2015.
Sources of the simulations package for the Planck satellite project
This project contains the sources for the simulation codes used within ESA's Planck mission (http://sci.esa.int/planck/)
The GPU-BH tree solver is a FLASH4 module to calculate the gravitational potential using a CUDA device.
MORPHEUS is a 3D MPI-OPENMP hydrodynamic simulation code
Manchester Omni-geometRical Program for Hydrodynamical EUlerian Simulations Copyright © N. Vaytet & T. O'Brien (2008-2014) The University of Manchester Current version 1.33 - 07/2014 MORPHEUS is a 3D MPI-OPENMP Eulerian second-order Godunov hydrodynamic simulation code in cartesian, spherical and cylindrical coordinates which includes radiative cooling and gravity.
Manuel, tables et logiciels de navigation astronomique
simulation of objects in space with classical mechanics
astronx simulates the motion of mass-centres in cartesian space. The mass-centres interact solely through gravity. astronx uses the Bulirsch-Stoer extrapolation algorithm with adaptive stepsize to integrate the newtonian equations of motion.
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. , / .
Working group working in the compilation and development of tools for stellar evolution
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.
The aim of this project is to provide amateur astronomers with a minimalistic set of commands to analyze FITS files.
SIGPROC - a collection of signal processing programs developed for pulsar data reduction has been developed and maintained since 1999. The package is used to search for and visualize the presence of pulsed signals in noisy radio astronomy data.
PSRPOP - a package to simulate radio pulsar populations has been undergoing development and use since 2003. The package is used to infer the underlying properties of pulsars and help make predictions for future surveys.
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.
pp->gamma cross sections parametrization
This library contains the parametrization of pp->gamma cross section functions based on Phys.Rev. D90 (2014) 12, 123014 (astro-ph/1406.7369) work. The functions are written in Python, Fortran and Matlab. Please, if you use this library DO NOT reference to this webpage, instead reference to Phys.Rev. D90 (2014) 12, 123014 (astro-ph/1406.7369), "Parametrization of gamma-ray production cross-sections for pp interactions in a broad proton energy range from the kinematic threshold to PeV energies" by Ervin Kafexhiu, Felix Aharonian, Andrew M. Taylor, Gabriela S. Vila
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.
Note: This project is no longer maintained. A newer version of the program is at https://code.google.com/p/digest2/. Statistical ranging for short arc moving object astrometry. Accepts atstrometry in MPC 80 charcater observation format, rates objects on likelyhood that they are yet-unknown near Earth objects.
PARAMESH is a package of Fortran 90 subroutines designed to provide an application developer with an easy route to extend an existing serial code which uses a logically cartesian structured mesh into a parallel code with adaptive mesh refinement(AMR).