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Read Me

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        <h2>Description of project:</h2>
        <p>The JAVA library JDEread 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</p>
        <h2>Files and folders:</h2>
        <dl>
            <dt>JDEread.jar</dt>
            <dd>Compiled JAVA library JDEread ready for use in other projects.</dd>
            <dt>JDETest.jar</dt>
            <dd>Sample test program which reproduces the original JPL TESTEPH using test
                examples computed from the original JPL ephemeris.<br>
                To run the project from the command line, go to the dist folder and
                type the following: java -jar JDETest.jar<br>
                Library file 'JDEread.jar' should be in same folder as the program.</dd>
            <dt>JDETest2.jar</dt>
            <dd>Sample test program for library JDEread that calculates
                position and velocity of all planets, Moon, Sun, earth nutation
                and the lunar librations for one date and each selected JPL
                planetary ephemeris version.<br>
                To run the project from the command line, go to the dist folder and
                type the following: java -jar JDETest2.jar<br>
                Library file 'JDEread.jar' should be in same folder as the program.</dd>
            <dt>\JDEread</dt>
            <dd>Folder containing the source code and documentation for JAVA library JDEread.</dd>
            <dt>\JDETest</dt>
            <dd>Folder containing the source code and documentation for sample test program JDETest.</dd>
            <dt>\JDETest2</dt>
            <dd>Folder containing the source code and documentation for sample test program JDETest2.</dd>
            <dt>gpl.txt, lgpl.txt</dt>
            <dd>GNU licenses.</dd>
        </dl>
        <h2>Versions of project:</h2>
        <dl>
            <dt>V 1.2 / 2010 May 24</dt>
            <dd>New class for ephemerids DE423 and test programs for this ephemerids.<dd>
            <dt>V 1.1 / 2009 May 10</dt>
            <dd>Compiled, interactive versions of the test programs for library JDEread.</dd>
            <dt>V 1.0 / 2009 March 08</dt>
            <dd>First realization.</dd>
        </dl>
        <h2>References:</h2>
        <p>JPL Planetary and Lunar Ephemerides: "ftp://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/pub/eph/planets/"</p>
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