Universe Sandbox ² | Alpha Gameplay
Universe Sandbox ² is a powerful space and gravity simulator that lets you create and destroy on a scale you've never before imagined. Realistically model our solar system or bend the laws of physics,...
Space Engine 0.9.7.1
Space Engine is a free space simulation program that lets you explore the universe in three dimensions, from planet Earth to the most distant galaxies.
Google Earth
Google Earth is a virtual globe, map and geographical information program that was originally called EarthViewer 3D created by Keyhole, Inc, a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) funded company acquired...
Google Earth - Wikipedia
Universe Sandbox ² | Alpha Gameplay
Universe Sandbox ² is a powerful space and gravity simulator that lets you create and destroy on a scale you've never before imagined. Realistically model our solar system or bend the laws of physics,...
OpenUniverse
OpenUniverse is a 3D Solar System simulator created by Raúl Alonso Álvarez. It allows the user to travel both in space and time through a fairly accurate representation of the Solar System, including ...
Space Engine
SpaceEngine (stylized as "Space Engine") is a free 3D astronomy program and game engine developed by Russian astronomer and programmer Vladimir Romanyuk. Using real astronomical catalogs and procedura...
Cartes du Ciel
Cartes du Ciel is a free planetarium program for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows. With the change to version 3, Linux has been added as a target platform, licensing has changed from freeware to GPL and th...
Cartes du Ciel - Wikipedia
Astronomy Visualization Metadata
Astronomy Visualization Metadata (AVM) is a standard for tagging digital astronomical images stored in formats such as JPEG, GIF, PNG and TIFF. The AVM standard extends the concept of Extensible Metad...
XEphem
XEphem is a Motif based ephemeris and planetarium program for Unix-like operating systems developed by Elwood C. Downey.
XEphem started as a Unix and Motif conversion of the IBM PC-based ephem. It...
XEphem - Wikipedia
Moog (code)
MOOG is an astronomical software package. It is an example of Fortran code that performs a variety of spectral line analysis and spectrum synthesis tasks under the assumption of local thermodynamic eq...
AXe Spectral Extraction
The aXe - Spectral Extraction and Visualization software is designed to process large format astronomical slitless spectroscopic images such as those obtained with the Advanced Camera for Surveys (ACS...
AXe Spectral Extraction - Wikipedia
NICMOSlook
NICMOSlook is a computer program to analyze spectral data obtained with the Near Infrared Camera and Multi-Object Spectrometer (NICMOS) on board the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). The program was desig...
NICMOSlook - Wikipedia
WinStars
WinStars is an ASCOM standard-compliant shareware planetarium, ephemeris and solar system simulator developed by Richard Franck for the Microsoft Windows operating system. WinStars includes the abilit...
WinStars - Wikipedia
Bibcode
The bibcode (also known as the "refcode") is an compact identifier used by a number of astronomical data systems to uniquely specify literature references. The Bibliographic Reference Code (REFCODE) w...
Bibcode - Wikipedia
Celestia
Celestia is a 3D astronomy program created by Chris Laurel. The program is based on the Hipparcos Catalogue (HIP) and allows users to travel through an extensive universe, modeled after reality, at an...
Celestia - Wikipedia
Bing Maps Platform
Bing Maps Platform (previously Microsoft Virtual Earth) is a geospatial mapping platform produced by Microsoft. It allows developers to create applications that layer location-relevant data on top of ...
Google 3D Warehouse
3D Warehouse (formerly Google 3D Warehouse), an accompanying website for SketchUp, is a free cloud service that allows users to search, upload, download and share 3D models.The site enables modelers t...
Clickworkers
ClickWorkers is a small NASA experimental project that uses public volunteers (nicknamed "clickworkers" on the site) for scientific tasks. Clickworkers are able to work when, and for however long they...
Gravit
Gravit is a free and open source gravity simulator distributed under the GNU General Public License. The program is available for all major operating systems, including Linux and other Unix-like syste...
Gravit - Wikipedia
IRAF
IRAF (image reduction and analysis facility) is a collection of software written at the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO) geared towards the reduction of astronomical images in pixel array...
IRAF - Wikipedia
RedShift (planetarium software)
Redshift is planetarium software created by Maris Multimedia. It runs on PC with Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and iOS.
Redshift is a group of educational planetarium and astronomy software packag...
Gravity (software)
Gravity (ver. 2.01) is a software program designed by Steve Safarik to simulate the motions of planetary bodies in space. Users can create solar systems of up to 16 bodies. Mass, Density, Initial pos...