Parallel Iterative Deconvolution is a multithreaded ImageJ plugin for iterative image deblurring.
Software to control a remote telescope via a web interface. Includes software needed to operate a motorized dome, telescope, and cameras.This project has been partially funded by a grant from the Northwest Academic Computing Consortium.
Specview is a Java GUI_based application for 1-D spectral visualization and analysis of astronomical spectrograms generated by a variety of observatories and instruments. Note that we no longer provide file distributions of this software. You are encouraged to visit the specview web site download page: http://www.stsci.edu/institute/software_hardware/specview/download to retrieve an installer appropriate for your platform.
Port of Astrolog and/or Astrolog32 to Java. Astrolog is a free astrology software program since 1991. Astrolog can create horoscopes, natal charts, and calculate current planetary positions in sidereal, traditional, and heliocentric formats.
Jaude is "Java pour les Astronomes Utilisateurs de Detecteurs Electroniques". Jaude is Eclipse RCP and plugin based. So it will provide an Eclipse interface for JSky library (http://archive.eso.org/JSky/).
jASCOMPure is Java implementation of ASCOM framework (and later drivers). Everything is in Java, so it is usable on most of operating systems (with used rxtx API ported).Applications can access drivers directly (java) or through embeded JSP pages.
А GUI tool to visualize the development of the early Universe, the process of creation of galaxies and stars and the spectrum of the Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation (CMBR).
Uranograph is a set of classes and methods written in Java for generating printable and viewable star charts based on different data sources. Currently the Lambert azimuthal equal-area projection is implemented. Output in SVG and PDF (with iText library)
Technological demo of OpenGL ES 2 Android NDK
Technological demo of OpenGL ES 2 for Android platform. It reads public NORAD satellite database and shows the satellite positions and altitude related to Earth in the form of beams (the height of the beam represents the relative altitude). NOTE: The project has been moved to GitHub: https://github.com/nuald/glSatellite-Demo The old one stays here just for the historical reasons. The 3D features present: - OpenGL ES 2; - rotating, multi-touch zooming and moving the globe; - stars on a fixed background; - each satellite is represented by a beam with a unique color; - identifying the corresponding satellite if a beam has been tapped (based on color picking method). Additionally to 3D features presented the application is: - using NDK with C++11 features compiled by LLVM clang; - mixing Java views with OpenGL views (Java is used for settings activity, information and ads panels); - using Android custom message queue to send asynchronous messages from Java to JNI
Virtual telescope written in Java for mobile phones. Uses CLDC1.1 and MIDP2.0. Tested on mobile phone with 2MB RAM and 60MB storage. The largest catalog uses TYCHO2(2.5M stars) and NGC+ IC(13k DSO) .Sky plotted in dark red. Has desktop version also.
retep is a collection of Java API's covering PDF, XML, J2EE , Swing and now NetBeans modules for displaying astronomical maps, controlling modern "Go-To" telescopes - all in java., and accessing online databases.