Projects

  • Orekit

    OREKIT is a free low level space dynamics library written in Java. It provides basic elements (orbits, dates, attitude, frames, ...) and various algorithms to handle them (conversions, analytical and numerical propagation, pointing, ...).

    You can follow all the news on the Orekit website....

  • Orekit Labs

    OREKIT Labs is a place for projects based on OREKIT and provided by OREKIT users who want to share their work with the community under the same license condition.

    The aim is to provide a central place to promote the innovative power of OREKIT in order to further the community's growth....

    • Orbit Determination (Telespazio's contribution)

      An Orbit Determination program provided by Telespazio.

      The program is provided as a zip file in the "Files":https://www.orekit.org/forge/projects/orbit-determination-telespazio-s-contribution/files section.

      How to use it ?

      Unzip the file and create a Java project into Eclipse, you will need to adapt the build path to your specific configuration....

    • Orekit python wrapper

      The Orekit python wrapper allows using Orekit from a python environment.

      This gives a low-level space dynamics library for python including:

      • Orbit propagation by different propagators
      • Time scales
      • Coordinate frame transformation
      • Attitude modelling...
    • Stavor

      Simulate simple space missions or enhance your space mission simulations with more intuitive and complete results thanks to the visualizations of this application.

      Stavor allows you to learn and teach about space mechanics in new-generation devices, mobile and tactile. ...

  • Orekit website 2015

    New Orekit website, based on Jekyll (a static website generator) and Bootstrap (a popular HTML, CSS, and JS framework).

  • Rugged

    Rugged is an add-on for Orekit handling Digital Elevation Models contribution to line of sight computation. It is a free software intermediate-level library written in Java.

    It mainly provides direct and inverse location, i.e. it allows to compute accurately which ground point is looked at from a specific pixel in a spacecraft instrument, and conversely which pixel will see a specified ground point. This mapping between ground and sensor is computed with a viewing model taking into account ground Digital Elevation Model, Earth rotation will all its tiny irregularities, on-board sensor pixels individual line-of-sights, spacecraft motion and attitude and several physical effects....

  • Socis

    Group for ESA Socis projects

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