162 projects tagged "Astronomy"

Download Website Updated 27 Jul 2006 SBIG STV control

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The SBIG STV control software is designed to control the SBIG STV CCD camera and autoguider in Linux. The software supports hardware keypress emulation.

Download Website Updated 09 Jul 2006 TerraJ

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TerraJ is a Java port of fractal terrain and simulated solar system generation programs. The porting has included extensive refactoring, the creation of a documented API to enable reuse of parts in other programs, and extensions such as new Swing user interfaces. Full javadoc for the classes in the project is available.

Download Website Updated 17 May 2006 OSXmoontool

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OSXmoontool displays information about the moon, like moon phase and the Earth-to-moon distance.

Download Website Updated 10 Mar 2006 Simulum

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Simulum deals with different simulations of star movements and their visualizations. At first it looks at the projection and accumulation of star brightness. In actually doing this it distributes stars among a three dimensional figure. To get a nice effect it combines the photographic image production with a moving view point. So the outcome is the visual impression of flying through a star field. Secondly it studies different algorithms of particle movements and clustering. The primary approach uses a combination of Newton's gravitational law, energy, and impulse conservation. At all these stages an highly dynamic view of the processes is able to be produced.

Download Website Updated 27 Jan 2006 ImageJ

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ImageJ is an image processing program inspired by NIH Image for the Macintosh. It can display, edit, analyze, process, save, and print 8-bit, 16-bit, and 32-bit images. There are modules for biology, astronomy, nuclear medicine, physics, and more. If you can take a picture of something, whether with a microscope, a telescope, an oscilloscope, an xray machine, or a scanner, then this program will let you enhance, manipulate, and measure the results.

Download Website Updated 25 Jan 2006 PyNOVAS

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PyNOVAS allows you to calculate the position and movement of the sun, moon, planets, and stars with great precision using Python. It is based on the NOVAS software used by United States Naval Office (USNO) to produce the 'Astronomical Almanac' and 'MICA'. Ephemerides are supplied by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL). You can use this software for Celestial Navigation, and also as a basis for controlling astronomical equipment.

No download Website Updated 28 Dec 2005 FTOOLS

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FTOOLS is a highly modular collection of over 200 utilities for processing and analyzing data in the FITS (Flexible Image Transport System) format. Each utility performs a single simple task such as the presentation of file contents, extraction of specific rows or columns, appending or merging tables, binning values in a column, or selecting subsets of rows based on a boolean expression. It provides both generic processing and analysis utilities and utilities specific to high energy astrophysics data sets used for the ASCA, EINSTEIN, ROSAT, GRO, VELA5B and XTE missions.

Download Website Updated 13 Dec 2005 gcx

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GCX provides a complete set of data-reduction functions for CCD photometry, with frame WCS fitting, automatic target identification, aperture photometry of target and standard stars, single-frame ensemble photometry data reduction, multi-frame color coefficient fitting, extinction coefficient fitting, and all-sky photometry. It also controls CCD cameras and telescopes, and implements automatic observation scripting. Cameras are controlled through a hardware-specific server, to which gcx connects through a TCP socket. The program can control telescopes which use the LX200 protocol, and refine pointing by matching images to the GSC catalog position of stars. It generates FITS files with comprehensive header information.

Download Website Updated 11 Nov 2005 Messiggy

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Messiggy is a database of celestial objects, as cataloged by the French astronomer Charles Messier in the mid-18th century.

Download Website Updated 11 Nov 2005 Optical Ray Tracer

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OpticalRayTracer analyzes systems of lenses. It uses optical principles and a virtual optical bench to predict the behavior of many kinds of ordinary and exotic lens types. It includes an easy-to-use interface that allows the user to rearrange the optical configuration by simply dragging lenses around using the mouse. It fully analyzes lens optical properties, including refraction and dispersion. The dispersion display uses color-coded light beams to simplify interpretation of the results.

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