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suncalc - A tiny JavaScript library for calculating sun/moon positions and phases.

  •    Javascript

SunCalc is a tiny BSD-licensed JavaScript library for calculating sun position, sunlight phases (times for sunrise, sunset, dusk, etc.), moon position and lunar phase for the given location and time, created by Vladimir Agafonkin (@mourner) as a part of the SunCalc.net project. Most calculations are based on the formulas given in the excellent Astronomy Answers articles about position of the sun and the planets. You can read about different twilight phases calculated by SunCalc in the Twilight article on Wikipedia.

WhatWeather

  •    JQuery

WhatWeather is a jQuery plugin which provides weather's data. It uses worldweatheronline.com API to get, parse and deliver data in order to create weather's widgets.

suncalc - A Haxe library for calculating sun/moon positions and phases

  •    Haxe

The SunCalc module allows to calculate sun position, sunlight phases (times for sunrise, sunset, dusk, etc.), moon position and lunar phase for the given location and time. SunCalc was ported to Haxe by Robin ypid Schneider to allow using it in a planed rewrite of the opening hours library.




JDate - A Jalali to Gregorian converter in Javascript with support of formatting output

  •    Javascript

The full-version is useful for debugging. You may want to use minified version in production as it is smaller. Report bugs and suggest feature in issue tracker. Feel free to Fork and send Pull Requests.

solar-eclipse - Code to process photographs of the American Solar Eclipse 2017

  •    Jupyter

This project is Copyright (c) SunPy Developers and licensed under the terms of the BSD 3-Clause license. See the licenses folder for more information.

glsl-godrays - This module implements a volumetric light scattering effect(godrays)

  •    Javascript

Pass 1: Render all geometry that could occlude the light source as black. Normally render light source. And render all the above to a texture called the "occlusion texture". Note that this texture does not have to be exactly the size of the screen, but it can be smaller. And by making it smaller, lots of performance can be gained. Pass 2: Render everything normally, to the default framebuffer.

solar-calculator - Equations for computing the position of the Sun.

  •    Javascript

Equations based on NOAA’s Solar Calculator. Given a time t in J2000.0 centuries, returns the Sun’s apparent longitude in degrees.


CoordinateSharp - A library designed to ease geographic coordinate format conversions, and determine sun/moon information in C#

  •    CSharp

CoordinateSharp is a simple .NET library that is designed to assist with geographic coordinate formatting and location based celestial information. This library has the ability to convert various lat long formats, UTM, MGRS(NATO UTM) and Cartesian (X, Y, Z). The ability to calculate various pieces of celestial information (sunset, moon illum..) also exist. CAUTION: v1.1.3.1 and above is considered a breaking change as MoonDistance has been converted from a double? object to a Distance object. Obsolete properties from 1.1.1.5 have also been removed as scheduled.

suniversal - USB adapter for SUN Type 5 keyboards - with all the keys

  •    C++

suniversal is a USB adapter for SUN Type 5 keyboards. It is developed on a *Pro Micro Arduino-*compatible board, but other boards based on the ATmega32u4 micro-controller should work as well. I finally got hold of a SUN mouse (model Compact 1, SUN no. 370-1586-03), so I could test and adapt my initial implementation for mouse support.

sun - Get information on the position of the sun

  •    PHP

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