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.
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 This project has been replaced by AstroTortilla.
SWIM is a special non-trivial software package that monitors solar activity and the Earth's geomagnetic activity in real-time. Solar Terrestrial Dispatch has released this formerly commercial software into the public domain.
Space Science library for Python - contains superposed epoch classes, drift shell tracing, access to magnetic field models, streamline tracing, bootstrap confidence limits, time and coordinate conversions, etc.
Numerology diagram creator with aim to ease making numerology interpretations.
The primary objective of the project is the development of a Second Life based application, in which astrophysics phenomena involving the simulation of stars kinematics can be visualized. Developed by NII, Japan.
This is the VB6 Source code for the RCOS TCC software
Star Finder is a simple programme that will calculate if and when a star is up in the Sky. It contains a database of 100,000 stars, or an objects RA and DEC can be entered manually.
The goal is an Ascom driver for parallel port connected, telescope controlling stepper motors.
A simulation of galaxy crashes.
Skymapper aims to create high quality charts of the night sky for use by the serious amateur and astrophotographer using publicly available datasets.
Field calculator for Astronomical photography, pictures database management, ephemerides calculator for the planets, bright comets and asteroids and hours of visibility
This project creates salat times using latitudes/longitudes or zip code information. The output is generated in pdf format.
Yet another astrology software. Focused on Primary Directions. Based on Swiss Ephemeris. Still has a lot of things in queue to implement.
It shows astronomical events in a baloon message. Currently shown events are the rises and sets of: Twilight, Sun and Moon
PHP Astrolog Shell is a project using PHP writen web interface as an frontend of the astrology software "Astrolog". It's goal is to provide a web interface for Astrolog to be operated via internet. It uses Astrolog as the engine and netpbm to convert diff
GravitySim is an application written in C# using Microsofts Windows.Forms for the GUI. It allows the user to place point masses on a coordinate map, and given velocity, calculates the orbits of the masses, representing it graphically.
Improving the speed of the signal analysis code for Seti@home. Leveraging modern processors advanced features such as SIMD and parallel execution units, as well as identifying better methods to code existing functions.
PMViewer is a Visualization tool for Astrophysical N-Body and Hydro Simulations. GADGET-2 data support.With/Without periodical boundary conditions.Snapshot of scene in PPM and GIF formats.Flying in 3D space. Active/Passive Stereo 3D support.
Python Arrays is a project to reimplement the existing Python Numeric module which adds the ability to efficiently manipulate large numeric arrays in ways similar to Matlab and IDL.
The purpose of this project is to build a client-server application that will send summaries from Seti@Home clients distributed all across a network to a central host, allowing that way to a monitoring program to show results and statistics for multiple c
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.
Historical Date & Time calculator written in Delphi to convert to and from date and time formats current and past (i.e. Gregorian, Julian, etc).