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The Solar Model is real time modeling of solar system. It allows user to navigate in space, to control time counting (speed-up time flow) and estimate movement of space bodies, bind camera to space objects (for example, from Moon on Earth in real time).
This repository contains and handful themes I've found useful when working with Xcode 4, in addition to a Ruby script I've discovered to help convert Xcode 3 themes into the format required by Xcode 4. Solarized Light & Dark: Both themes are based off the amazing work for the original [Solarized theme] solar. Github user varikin  took the Solarized palette and made the [Solarize Dark theme] varikin for Xcode 4. I forked his repository and added the Solarize Light theme as well. I'm including both in this repository, but both have been pushed back upstream to his repo.
Solar IRC is an IRC client. Multiserver, File transfer, Channel for drawing, ICQ, MP3 player, Skins system, Play Chess, Online help, Reader and printer for 'log' files, Bot for IRC-Hispano, Bot for UnionGlobal, Children Restriccion, Proxy.
GRad is a standalone solar radiation model, programmed in Java. It is capable of the calculation of potential (clear sky) and actual (real sky) irradiance and total irradiation for single and multiple geographical locations.
ORSA is an interactive tool for scientific grade Celestial Mechanics computations. Asteroids, comets, artificial satellites, Solar and extra-Solar planetary systems can be accurately reproduced, simulated, and analyzed.
This project is to build a GUI to interface with the MTSU solar boat that is being developed by students at Middle Tennessee State University. The application is written in Qt and custom circuitry based off the winUSB development kit.
A stylish theme for Jekyll blogs, based on the Solarized color palette. There are two ways to use Solar. You can either clone-and-go, copying the repository and tweaking the contents to taste, or you can cherry-pick the files you want and integrate them into an existing Jekyll instance.
A Swift helper for generating Sunrise and Sunset times. Solar performs its calculations locally using an algorithm from the United States Naval Observatory, and thus does not require the use of a network.
This repository explains how to make a map of the solar system using open-source code and data from NASA. Software used includes Python 3.7.1, NASA HORIZONS, Illustrator CC 2019 and Photoshop CC 2019. If you have comments or suggestions for this tutorial, please let me know on my blog! You can buy the finished map here. Python dependencies: matplotlib astropy numpy pandas os time urllib. Dependencies can be installed with pip install -r requirements.txt.
The Fritzing application is an Electronic Design Automation software with a low entry barrier, suited for the needs of makers and hobbyists. It offers a unique real-life "breadboard" view, and a parts library with many commonly used high-level components. Fritzing makes it very easy to communicate about circuits, as well as to turn them into PCB layouts ready for production. It is particularly popular among Arduino and Raspberry Pi users, and is widely used in education and creative tinkering. For more information on Fritzing and its related activities, visit http://fritzing.org. There you can also download the latest releases for all platforms and get help on getting started.
This repository contains all part definitions that are shipped with the fritzing app. Every fritzing installation contains a clone of this repository and is continuously updated through github, so take great care when making changes. Parts are composed of meta-data (.fzp) and related graphics (.svg). Read more on the part folder structure and file format.
This project shows a super easy way to get started using Digital LED strips with Home Assistant, a sick, open-source Home Automation platform that can do just about anything. The code covered in this repository utilizes Home Assistant's MQTT JSON Light Component and an ESP8266 microcontroller.