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An easy-to-use, graphical Java application. It accepts an object designation or the coordinates of an object and calculates coordinates in alternative systems, at different dates, times, and locations. It also provides lunar and bright planet coordinates to aid in planning observations. It works with some of the most widely used coordinate systems (equatorial, J2000, and International Celestial Reference Frame). It is based on the JPL Horizon Ephemeris. For more information, see the user's guide. I was very surprised to find that the Precision Pointing Tool I've been using for years didn't even perform correctly for the Hyakutake solar flare the other day, and I ended up doing a lot of handwork! But I've just been asked to improve the tool, and I decided to do that and add some more features. So I've created a new version of the tool. This tool was designed for performing precise pointing for automated and manual imaging sessions in the university observatory. It is especially useful for solar observations. It is made of two parts: the first one is a graphical interface for typing in the equatorial RA and DEC coordinates of a target, then the tool calculates an offset needed to get the coordinates to the center of the field, correct for wind, etc. The second part is a Java-based software that performs the calculations. Its interface is based on some old Eclipse applets. Please refer to the User's Guide for a detailed description and use. There are a lot of more features and more information about them. The Fairlight CCD Camera Calibration Software is a software suite of tools for calibrating CCD cameras. These include a variety of operations: 1) alignment of the hardware, including barrel and taper; 2) flat fielding; 3) bias level correction; 4) illumination correction; 5) dark current subtraction; and 6) CCD temperature correction. The Fairlight CCD Camera Calibration Software Suite contains: 1) calibration.f - aligns the cameras hardware to a given astrometry; 2) flat.f - corrects for the induced spatial response of the pixels in the camera; 3) dark.f - dark current subtraction of the camera; 4) bias.f - corrects the pixel's response to vary with the gain; and 5) temperature.f - corrects the pixel's response to the ambient temperature. The Fairlight CCD Camera Calibration Software also includes a a5204a7ec7

AstroCC is a java-based web application that seeks to provide an online access to astronomical coordinate information. It is dedicated to the Asclepii Siderius Project and contains several tools to automate tasks of astronomical coordinate conversion. The first version will be covering the ephemeris of the Moon and bright planets but will eventually be covering all stars, galaxies and nebulae. AstroCC is inspired from the CelestCoord project by Nicholas Hill. It is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GNU GPL) version 2 and can be downloaded from the AstroCC website. AstroCC provides a web page, dedicated to the new Moon (roughly) or Moon phase, which allows to visualize the Moon position in a specified date and time. The web page can be viewed with the simple web browser or with a more advanced Java application using the JavaServer-applet technology (applet version). A JavaServer-applet version is also available in the download package ( The rest of the page has a set of labels that shows the Moon position and phase when it appears on the sky with reference to the Moon axis on any date. Please note that the Moon is represented in two different ways: either using the coordinates of its ecliptic "leo" and "aiguille" points or in the Ecliptic-J2000.0 system. When a "Leo" point is used, the Moon position is defined by the ecliptic longitude (included in the formulae) and the ecliptic latitude. When the "Aiguille" point is used, the Moon position is specified only by the ecliptic longitude. The use of "Leo" or "Aiguille" points is completely independent from the Ephemeris of the Moon and is fixed by the "UseReferenceFrame" parameter. Notes: (1) The page works fine even if the date given by the user does not include a reference time. (2) The dates included in the labels represent one of the following dates: The conversion from a date and time to the corresponding RA and dec in the "Grid-world" coordinate system is provided by the following classes, which will be part of the AstroCC Coordinate Conversion utility: The conversion from a date and time to the corresponding date and time in the "Local-time

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