A software for ATM telescope automation
SoundStepper is a "100% software" telescope controller, for Windows, using audio hardware to control step motors at real time. All it requires to operate are external step motor drives, which can be a commercial "pulse/direction" drive or analog current amplifiers.
Planetary Ephemerides DLL Library for Microsoft Windows and Excel
Planetary Ephemerides A Dynamic Link Library (DLL) for Microsoft® Windows™ And also an Addin to use with Microsoft® Office™ Excel Planetary Ephemerides implements several functions to get positions of major and minor planets and artificial satellites, using well known solutions developed and released by development centers as "Jet Propulsion Laboratory" (JPL), Institut De Mécanique Céleste Et De Calcul Des Éphémérides" (IMCCE) and "North American Aerospace Defense Command" (NORAD). It needs binary files to get JPL DEXXX ephemerides and IMCCE INPOPXX ephemerides. The library also implements VSOP87 ephemerides, which do not need any external files. It also implements SGP4/SDP4 ephemerides for artificial satellites, by calling the sgp4 function delivered by David A. Vallado. Positions of minor planets from its orbital elements. SOFA functions call. WARNING: Excel Addin has become unreliable in Excel 2013 and above. Using it may cause unexpected results.
An astronomical Open source Delphi project for : robotic telescope, autoguiding, astrophotography and advanced astronomical image processing. It is developing continuously by author. Some other astronomical test, ideas and source code => See my site for new informations (for amateur and Delphi programmers.) New: STAFImage : image process and blinkcomparator for astrophotographer Some other astronomical test, ideas and source code => See my site for new informations (for amateur and Delphi programers.)
Simulator of planetary systems
This is a Delphi/Pascal class that implements a realistic simulator of planetary systems. You can design your own solar system, create custom planets or other objects and establish their gravitational relations using groups. See demos for Windows using OpenGL.