ACRASH is an open implementation of the CRASH Monte-Carlo continuum radiative transfer scheme presented in Ciardi et al. 2001 and Maselli et al. 2003. This code solves the radiative transfer equation for any geometry in 3D using a Monte-Carlo scheme.
The Acretion Disc Enhanced Light-curve Analysis (ADELA) is a code for astrophysical photometric data analysis developed at Masaryk University in Brno. The code is optimized for close binaries with accretion disc that dominates observed flux.
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/
AEPHEM is an astronomical ephemeris and reduction C library. It is compatible with JPL ephemerides. It has routines for the standard astrometric reductions, conversions between different time standards and transformations between coordinate systems.
AGBStarViewer is a best fit and plotting SW for AGB-star spectra.
AGBStarViewer is an astronomical SW which was developed as a part of my Master Thesis at the University of Vienna. It is designed to compare star spectra and obtain best fits of many hundreds spectra. Licence: GPLv2
A framework of drivers on which generic astronomical applications can be built.
Astronomical photographs preprocessing software
APLpy (the Astronomical Plotting Library in Python) is a Python module aimed at producing publication-quality plots of astronomical imaging data in FITS format. Visit http://aplpy.sourceforge.net/ for tutorials and documentation.
GPL source code for satellite earth station control systems and accessory functions.
ATpy (Astronomical Tables in Python) is a Python module aimed at dealing with tables of astronomical data with a common API. To date, the following formats are supported: FITS, VO, and IPAC tables, and SQLite, MySQL, and PostgreSQL databases
Field calculator for Astronomical photography, pictures database management, ephemerides calculator for the planets, bright comets and asteroids and hours of visibility
ApodPy is a tool to view NASA's astronomy picture of the day.
Python driver interface for Scientific CCD cameras produced by Apogee Instruments Inc. Currently only usb cameras are supported.
Drivers and applications for the range of Scientific CCD cameras produced by Apogee Instruments Inc. Both ISA and Parallel interfaces are supported. A high level library and GUI are provided for Astronomical applications.
The goal is an Ascom driver for parallel port connected, telescope controlling stepper motors.
Astro Info is a multi-lingual astronomical ephemeris for the PalmOS that provides data for our solar system and other objects. If you wish to get involved, please download a copy of the source code from CVS.
Astronomical freeware for amateur astronomers. This program enable you compute classical ephemeris for each planets, satellites, comets, asteroids and display a 3D simulation of the appearance of the planets.
Astronomy program using Eclipse RCP.
Astrophotographing with Arduino and Linux
Astroduino is a project for making hardware and software for controlling your telescope and stand using Arduino as controller. The end goal for this project is to support support astrophotographing using the Linux operating system as a foundation.
AstroEasyCap is an optimized linux easycap DC60 driver for astronomical purpose. It comes from the great easycapdc60 driver written by rmt1947. Features : integration control using a TTL output, bypass frame processing, gray-scale optimized mode...
Multiplatform and Open Source project for astronomical image processing
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.
Please see AstroTortilla -project instead.
AstroMate is a project for automating repeating astrophotography tasks, such as equatorial mount polar alignment and target centering, by integrating existing tools and especially plate solving to the ASCOM telescope control interface. This project has been replaced by AstroTortilla.
Android sky chart software for serious amateur astronomers.
Plone Product for computation of planetary position and astronomical data. It will be released for Plone 2.5 up