uniLocale is a high quality, object oriented i18n and l10n library for PHP 5 and higher. It supports 138 languages plus their variants and 255 countries. Additionally it features most popular calendars to inter-operate with.
This project has moved; http://astrofrog.github.com/python-montage/
JPARSEC is a Java Package of Astronomical Resources for Standard Ephemerides Calculations, focused on accuracy, documentation, 2D/3D charts, realistic planetary rendering, and Astrophysical modeling. For source code visit http://conga.oan.es/~alonso/
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.
A self-sufficient java framework for numerical solution of ODEs (diff eqs) and visualization. Samples are aeronautics/astronautics/physics/rocketry themed. Focus on clean design, modularity, reusability and documentation. Educational project.
pyastrolib is a python library providing professional astronomers a robust set of tools for astronomical data analysis. This project will provide all the functionality as NASA's IDL Astronomy User's Library in addition to other planned features.
Mobile Planet Tracking, lets you track the position of any of the 8 planets in the Solar System, you can specify your current earth position, date and time to get the most approximated values.
GUI to configurate and start XPlanet easily. Adds a downloader to XPlanet to load clouds, images and marker files from the internet. Generates cmd (windows) and configuration files for XPlanet and the downloader. Hides in the System Tray.
Web Based Astrodynamics Actual GPS constellation UTC julian gps time conversion ECI ECEF Kepler conversion
The JAVA library is designed to read any published JPL DE/LE ephemerides and to calculated the position and velocity of the Sun, Moon, eight major planets and Pluto, also the earth nutations and the lunar librations if they are part of the ephemeris.
SolarBeam is a desktop application for drawing solar diagrams. You supply the geographical position, it draws a diagram showing the Sun's trajectory over your location at various times of the year. It also shows the times of sunrise and sunset.
Universal Worker Service is a pattern for asynchronous web-services that is used in the VIrtual Observatory field.
Automated supernova finder is a software package to automatically compare FITS images to a nominated reference image with the aim of finding supernovae or other optical transient phenomena.
StarMap 3D: the project aims to offer a fast and easy consultation of stellar systems
Parallel Spectral Deconvolution is a multithreaded ImageJ plugin for spectral image deblurring.
Parallel Iterative Deconvolution is a multithreaded ImageJ plugin for iterative image deblurring.
Data reduction and imaging for select astronomical cameras
CRUSH is a pioneering reduction and imaging suite for many astronomical cameras operating at far-infrared, submillimeter and millimeter wavelengths, such as SHARC-2, SCUBA-2, LABOCA, GISMO, or SOFIA/HAWC+ (to name a few).
JAlma is Java Astronomical Almanac.
MOdular Virtual Observatory Interface for Radio astronomy, a GUI and API for creating Virtual Observatory (VO) applications and communicating between them.
JAVA project represents the realization of modern astronomical algorithms related to the orbital movement of planets, satellites and small bodies in the solar system by solving Kepler's equation and additional astronomical and mathematical libraries
MpcReader retrieves comet and asteroid orbital data in MPC format from the web and store it on your computer in different formats. The data is fetched from the MPC. The main job of MpcReader is to convert plain MPC data to the format needed for KStar
Feature extraction toolkit based on a wavelet multiscale vision model. Includes 1D signal processing sample application for line identification and classification of astronomical spectra.
Iridium flares prediction application
A fair attempt at the Keplerian tradition to explore the solar system
Nowadays the idea of a music of the spheres, or a cosmic music that descends from the planets seems more like poetic philosophy than anything scientific. However, when the scientist Kepler discovered special principles about planetary motion, he also reconsidered the music. Apparently his observance of a harmonic law of planetary motion was reason for him to propose a computable system of pitch and harmony deriving from angular velocity. The purpose of the programming project is as a tool to examine his system. With Java 2, it provides an open-source solution for listening to harmonies so generated by planetary motion. This program can run on any computer provided with a Java Virtual Machine (Rev 1.5 or greater). JAVA 2, system independent. Purpose:to encourage research in harmony in astronomy, math and music. Obstacles:math, DSP/synthesis, networks, astronomy. Features:audio, database, graphics Technologies: Telnet, .WAV audio, oggvorbis, other audio
JFitsio is a Java library wrapping the CFITSIO library using the Java Native Interfaces (JNI) to provide acess to FITS files.