The EQ mounts' internal electronics provides pointing accuracy to .144 arcsecs. EQMOD connects the EQ directly to a serial comms. This project has the source files for the Public releases of the EQMOD ASCOM driver, associated programs and an EQMOD compatible hardware design. Please note that later test releases for all EQMOD Project software may be available via the EQMOD Yahoo group.
AtomicGPSClock is a low cost alternative to keep precise time on your computer. It utilizes any GPS that outputs the NMEA 2.0 protocol via RS-232 to accurately set a computers clock. For standalone, mobile, or network (SNTP) installations.
This is the VB6 Source code for the RCOS TCC software
This project is to create an RPG-creation/GM tool for creating, editing, and viewing a Sci-Fi RPG universe. Included features include galaxy, quadrant, sector, system, planet, moon, and world-level maps and notes. Based on the program \'StarMap\' written
The AstroLog.NET project provides a software solution for logging, planning, and recording astronomical observations and a set of tools for general astronomical calculations for deep-sky, lunar, and planetary observations on the .NET platform.
LagoonAstro is an astrometry software capable of identify stars and minor planet objects on CCD astromers images.
MissionControl is being developed as an automated launch program for model rocket enthusiasts. Intended to provide a sequence of launch events for both fun and safety.
The Online Astronomy Project will create a complete, web-enabled, robotic astronomy system that is hardware independent (ASCOM standard abstraction layer) and capable of servicing multiple telescopes and types of observation programs at once.
Panchangam means 'Five Limbs', deals with the five divisions of time. An 'auspicious' moment (Muhurtha) is considered very important, for starting a ceremony. This project is to develop software to produce panchangam to a place.
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.
Prayer times, Qibla and Lunar phase for your location
Salat calculates the prayer times for your location. If your city is not in the database (unlikely, since it has 36,000 cities in it), just feed it the latitude and longitude of your place (Get that from Google Earth) and it will calculate the times of Namaz. Options for calculating according to Hanafi and Shafe'ee schools of Jurisprudence. Other options include Height of your location (which changes the salat timing...) Now don't miss a prayer even if you are on the tip of Everest :) You can also customize your Fajr and Isha timings with a customized twilight angle...depending on the traditions at your place. Prepare customized printouts for the entire year... All this with a Jazzy interface and Adans from Medina, Mecca and more... Create reports for a month or year for anywhere on earth. Lunar Phase, Hijri Date are calculated accurately. Created by Mohamed Iqbal Pallipurath, Associate Professor in Mechanical Engineering, TKM College of Engineering, Kollam