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Poliastro - Astrodynamics in Python

  •    Python

poliastro is an open source pure Python package dedicated to problems arising in Astrodynamics and Orbital Mechanics, such as orbit propagation, solution of the Lambert's problem, conversion between position and velocity vectors and classical orbital elements and orbit plotting, focusing on interplanetary applications.

LLEA - LLEA (Low-Level Engine for Astrodynamics) a modern Fortran astrodynamics library

  •    Fortran

LLEA (Low-Level Engine for Astrodynamics) a modern Fortran astrodynamics library

Fortran-Astrodynamics-Toolkit - A Modern Fortran Library for Astrodynamics 🚀

  •    Fortran

A script get_third_party.sh is included to download and build the third-party dependencies on unix-like operating systems. The plots generated by the examples are done using the pyplot-fortran module. The git repo includes pyplot-fortran as a submodule, and it will automatically be included when building with FoBiS.

pykep - PyKEP is a scientific library providing basic tools for research in interplanetary trajectory design

  •    C++

pykep is a scientific library providing basic tools for astrodynamics research. Algoritmic efficiency is a main focus of the library, which is written in C++ and exposed to Python using the boost::python library. At the library core is the implementation of an efficient solver for the multiple revolutions Lambert's problem, objects representing direct (Sims-Flanagan), indirect (Pontryagin) and hybrid methods to represent low-thrust optimization problems , efficient keplerian propagators, Taylor-integrators, a SGP4 propagator, TLE and SATCAT support and more.




smd - Space Mission Design - A SPICE-enhanced continuous thrust interplanetary mission propagator and vizualizer

  •    Go

Space Mission Design allows one to perform an initial space mission design, around a given celestial body or between celestial bodies. This package was written to support my thesis and my astrodynamics courses (ASEN 6008 Space Mission Design / Interplanetary Mission Design) at the University of Colorado Boulder.