Some astronomy software

A recent tweet alerted me to an enormous list of astronomy software (freeware, shareware and demo, so no cost, but some may have use restrictions such as a time, functionality or copyright limits on the results). There’s 750 programs on the list, but it is intended to move up to a thousand as soon as possible. Naturally, on a list this size, there’s a couple of broken links, but don’t let that put you off. The list goes from simple widgets to tell you when the next new Moon is to complex data processing and observatory control algorithms. Something for everyone.

It’s here.

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