General Mission Analysis Tool
Do you want to go to Mars but don't know when to leave or how much to bring? Do you want to study Earth protection by planning a mission to a near-Earth asteroid? The General Mission Analysis Tool (GMAT) is an open-source space mission design tool to help you answer these and many other space flight challenges. GMAT is developed by a team of NASA, private industry, and public and private contributors. The GMAT development team is pleased to announce the release of GMAT version R2017a. For a complete list of new features, compatibility changes, and bug fixes, see the Release Notes. Below are just some of the new capabilities contained in this release. • New navigation data types • Preliminary Kalman filter • STK ephemeris propagation • Utility for managing data files (EOP etc.) • Collocation library • Preliminary API interface • Second level editing of navigation data
Simple physics simulation of Curvilinear and Rectilinear Motions
This project has the role of simulating simple Curvilinear and Rectilinear Motions with an easy to use user interface. This program can be used for educational purposes as well as for any other purpose anyone would like. The executable file is a .jar files which means that it can run in any operating system that supports java. Above you can see a screenshot of the program while it is operating.