pymap3d - Python 3D coordinate conversions for geospace ecef enu eci

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PyMap3D is intended for non-interactive use on massively parallel (HPC) and embedded systems. Includes some relevant Vallado algorithms. References to AstroPy are optional, algorithms from Vallado and Meeus are used if AstroPy is not present.

https://www.scivision.co/pymap3d/
https://github.com/scivision/pymap3d

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