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Xplanet is a solar system simulator which calculates accurate positions for the major planets and satellites. It displays multiple bodies, eclipse shadows, and customizable labels and markers.




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Sharpplanet - A .NET C#/F# port of the XPlanet 1.2 Source

A .NET C#/F# port of the XPlanet 1.2 Source. This is largely a project that uses both the XPlanet and Jama matrix libraries. I've made extensive changes to both. XPlanet now uses the Jama Matrix libraries that have been rewritten in F#.

Global Village

Global Village is a UI for xplanet on the Gnome desktop

XPlanet Configurator

GUI to configurate and start XPlanet easily. Adds a downloader to XPlanet to load clouds, images and marker files from the internet. Generates cmd (windows) and configuration files for XPlanet and the downloader. Hides in the System Tray.


A web atlas using the planetary body renderer, Xplanet. Explore the solar system. Overlay clouds, cities, weather forecasts, and more. Navigate by point and click. Search global databases.

Gxplanet - A Gnome interface configuratior for Xplanet (Gnome Xplanet)

Simply GUI interface for be more easy the configuration of Xplanet (http://xplanet.sourceforge.net). Features: Work on backgruound (Systray), refresh the image every X minutes, config the image resolution, config Projection and parameters.

Eplanet - Use XPlanet backgrounds in Enlightenment e17

This project is a module for e17 that allows you to set XPlanet images as the background. The main details of the project can be found at http://www.squaregoldfish.co.uk/software/eplanet.

Wpwebchanger - “Nearly-Live Planetary Desktop� for Windows

A little Windows command line program that downloads a picture from the web, converts it to bmp and then changes your Windows desktop background to this image. This program was created to display the “Nearly-Live Planetary Desktop� pictures from Taint.org (http://taint.org/xplanet/). Combine this with your favourite scheduler and enjoy the “Nearly-Live Planetary Desktop�. Please see this article for a small howto-get-this-running

Dfhlog - Hamradio Logbook

General purpose Amateur Radio logging application, written in Gambas2.This is a simple Ham Radio Logbook, which can import and export ADIF files, show maps based in cluster activity and Maidenhead Locators, show statistics, print labels and QSLs, access to QRZ.com XML subscription, and to the new free callsign database HamQTH, etc. Please, check the latest ChangeLog. Current version is 1.1.0. If you are an Ubuntu user, you can add a repository to install the latest dfhlog: sudo add-apt-repositor

planetdesk - An EarthDesk-alike using XPlanet

An EarthDesk-alike using XPlanet

RSS-Planet - A newsmapper for xplanet, OSXplanet, or standalone mode

A newsmapper for xplanet, OSXplanet, or standalone mode