AstroGrav for Mac 3.6

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Program licensingSoftware Licensing : Shareware ($59.00) Shop
CreatedCreated : Apr 12, 2018
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AstroGrav For Mac 3.6 A Precision Solar System Simula...

Astro is a full-featured, high precision solar system simulator that calculates the gravitational interactions between all astronomical bodies, so that the motions of asteroids and comets are simulated much more accurately than with planetarium applications. The effects of general relativity and radiation pressure can be taken into account, and superb interactive 3D viewing allows you to easily rotate and zoom your view while the solar system evolves.

The AstroGrav software has a huge range of features and viewing options, including views from space or any object, planetarium-style views from any location on Earth, multiple views animated simultaneously, dynamically calculated orbit and trajectories, comprehensive tabular data, and simulation time steps from a fraction of a second to thousands of years. Constellations and over 100, 000 background stars are included, with comprehensive data for every star. Several different celestial coordinate grids and a wide range of physical units are available, and editing facilities allow you to create new objects manually, or import from hundreds of thousands of asteroids and comets.

Because it calculates the motions of bodies from their gravitation interactions, AstroGrav is not restricted to just the solar system. Any situation in which gravity is the only significant force can be simulated, and the illustrative sample files that are included with AstroGrav include many examples such as exoplanet systems, protoplanets that evolve into planetary systems, rubble piles and their interactions with massive bodies, complex star systems, and even projectiles and bouncing balls.

AstroGrav is ideal for astronomers, astrophysicists, researchers, teachers, educational, and students, and comes complete with a tutorial and full documentation. A fully functional 15 day trial version is available for download and evaluation.
AstroGrav 3. 6 Released for Windows and Mac
AstroGrav adds evolution to specific astronomical events to its precision solar system simulator
12th April 2018 - AstroGrav 3. 6 includes a significant enhancement to the evolution commands that allows users to evolve to a range of specific solar system events without a time-consuming trial and error process. It also contains enhancements to the import of asteroids and comets, together with many other minor improvements and bug fixes. Full details are available from:
Evolution to Specific Astronomical Events
With AstroGrav 3. 6, it is now possible to evolve immediately to specific solar system events without the tedious trial and error process that was necessary with earlier versions. The types of events covered are oppositions, conjunctions, quadratures, transits, and minimum / maximum elongations and distances. The events can be sought either forward or backward in time, and it' s easy to repeat the process so as to find a list of forthcoming oppositions of Mars for example.
An ' Animate' checkbox is provided, allowing the user to choose whether or not to animate the search, with animation switched on making it possible to watch what is happening, and animation switched off being much faster and often simply jumping to the requested event.
Importing Objects
A recent change to the web addresses used by the International Astronomical Union' s Minor Planet Center has resulted in earlier versions of AstroGrav being unable to access the data, with the result that the corresponding asteroid and comet import tables appear empty. Version 3. 6 fixes this problem, so that these import tables can now be used again. In the event that no data is found when attempting to refresh an import table, AstroGrav now reverts to the cached table, rather than overwriting the cached table with an empty table.
Other Improvements
New commands have been added that make it easy to go to AstroGrav' s Facebook page or to email AstroGrav support if help is required. Movie creation has been improved to show hundredths of a second in the display of the movie time. Various simulation settings (such as the last sought object) are now saved along with a simulation so that they appear as defaults the next time the simulation is used.
Upgrade
The AstroGrav 3. 6 update is free of charge to all AstroGrav 3 license holders. They may download and install the update immediately from:
About AstroGrav Astronomy Software
AstroGrav Astronomy Software produces astronomical and gravity simulation software for astronomers, researchers, educationalists, and students. For more information, visit the company' s website:
Press Contact:
Russell Calvert

What is new in official AstroGrav for Mac 3.6 software version? - Enhanced the 'Evolve To...' command to allow evolution to specific events in solar system simulations. Corrected a fault that caused the IAU's Minor Planet Center import tables to appear empty in the 'Import Objects...' command. Various minor bug fixes and improvements. What is expected in the future? Newly-made AstroGrav for Mac 3.7 be downloaded from current page, we also looking forward to unconfirmed 3.8 release build. You may download AstroGrav.dmg directly, estimated download time by ADSL2+ [~24.5 Mbit/s] is 0:00:20. Just write the reviews of the AstroGrav for Mac. Buy AstroGrav for Mac safely through the one software industry's premier registration commerce providers. System requirements are Intel Core 2 Duo, Core i3, Core i5, Core i7, or Xeon processor, Mac OS X 10.7 minimum, 2 GB RAM. Program has been scanned and verified by the several antivirus and anti-spyware applications and AstroGrav for Mac found to be clean. No guide or AstroGrav for Mac tutorial available. The following languages are supported by AstroGrav for Mac: Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish.

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