GUI for RNCColorStretch
Astrophotography Image Processing: Advanced Image Stretching with the rnc-color-stretch Algorithm http://www.clarkvision.com/articles/astrophotography-rnc-color-stretch/
HSPI does parallel capture and sky surveys.
HSPI offers to the astronomer the possibility to capture pictures from the CCD camera in a fast and intuitive way, keeping under control all the instrumentation in posses. HSPI can control the CCD camera, the mount, the focuser, the filter wheel and the dome from a single interface, and not only this: these features can be added on as many observatories and instrumentations you want. HSPI is ASCOM and INDI compatible, so if you want to use particular setups like Linux computers connected with your instrumentation and control them from remote then HSPI is your choice! After a few clicks you can see the images coming from your cameras connected through Internet or your LAN. HSPI saves your pictures in various formats: Bitmap, FIT, JPEG, PNG, TIFF are the picture formats supported.
Edit/create settings and data files(.bdf) of Bugale N-Body Simulator.
This project simply provides a convenient graphic user interface to create and edit the data files (simulation settings and body properties) for Bugale N-Body Simulator. You can find the Bugale N-Body Simulator project here: https://sourceforge.net/projects/bugalesimulator/ You must have Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 (or later) installed on your system in order to use this editor: http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=21
Calculates the MayaDate from a gregorian Date
Enter an gregorian Date (a Date from our Calendar) and the MayaDate inclusive the Tzolkin and Haab get generated. I prefer the Thompson Method but i've implemeted the Lounsbury too.
Converts ADV video frames into FITS files
This is a specialised utility that works with the astronomical digital video (ADV) standard (http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/adv-standard/) and converts individual video frames to FITS files. ADV files can be recorded by devices such as the Astronomical Digital Video System (ADVS) - http://www.astrodigitalvideo.com.au/
INDI C# Client
This project consist in a .NET/Mono assembly containing a simple INDI client and a WinForm that permits to connect to astronomical equipment INDI server, and to use drivers connected at it.
A sky guide written in C#.
My application is easy to use. First, if you want, use the arrow keys to move through the sky or use the search box (there isn't any multi-language API, so the app and the group names are in English and the star and constellation names in Latin). Then see the stars. Click on a star to see details about it: the name, coordinates, the constellation it belongs to and the best month that you can see that star at midnight.
Program to retrieve APOD (astronomy picture of the day). It automatically downloads today picture or retrieves all pictures for a specific month. Runs on windows.