Library interface¶
A simple example program¶
The following example program shows the typical usage of the Fortran 2003 interface.
Other examples using the Fortran 2003 interface can be found in the directory examples of the library sources.
program f2003multiple
USE, INTRINSIC :: ISO_C_BINDING
use calceph
integer res
real(8) AU
TYPE(C_PTR) :: peph
peph = calceph_open("example1.dat"//C_NULL_CHAR)
if (C_ASSOCIATED(peph)) then
if (calceph_getconstant(peph, "AU"//C_NULL_CHAR, AU).eq.1) then
write (*,*) "AU=", AU
endif
call calceph_close(peph)
endif
stop
end
Types¶
Constants¶
The following constants are defined in the module calceph.mod
.

CALCEPH_MAX_CONSTANTNAME
[integer]¶
This integer defines the maximum number of characters, including the trailing '\0', that the name of a constant, available from the ephemeris file, could contain.

CALCEPH_MAX_CONSTANTVALUE
[integer]¶
This integer defines the maximum number of characters, including the trailing '\0', that the value of a constant, available from the ephemeris file, could contain if the value is stored as a string of characters.

CALCEPH_VERSION_MAJOR
[integer]¶
This integer constant defines the major revision of this library. It can be used to distinguish different releases of this library.

CALCEPH_VERSION_MINOR
[integer]¶
This integer constant defines the minor revision of this library. It can be used to distinguish different releases of this library.

CALCEPH_VERSION_PATCH
[integer]¶
This integer constant defines the patch level revision of this library. It can be used to distinguish different releases of this library.

CALCEPH_VERSION_STRING
[character(len=*)]¶
This string is the version of the library, which can be compared to the result of calceph_getversion to check at run time if the header file and library used match:
Note: Obtaining different strings is not necessarily an error, as in general, a program compiled with some old CALCEPH version can be dynamically linked with a newer CALCEPH library version (if allowed by the operating system).

CALCEPH_ASTEROID
[integer]¶
This integer defines the offset value for the asteroids that must be used as target or center for the computation functions, such as calceph_compute()
.
The following constants specify in which units are expressed the output of the computation functions, such as calceph_compute_unit()
:

CALCEPH_UNIT_AU
[integer]¶
This integer defines that the unit of the positions and velocities is expressed in astronomical unit.

CALCEPH_UNIT_KM
[integer]¶
This integer defines that the unit of the positions and velocities is expressed in kilometer.

CALCEPH_UNIT_DAY
[integer]¶
This integer defines that the unit of the velocities or the quantity TTTDB or TCGTCB is expressed in day (one day=86400 seconds).

CALCEPH_UNIT_SEC
[integer]¶
This integer defines that the unit of the velocities or the quantity TTTDB or TCGTCB is expressed in second.

CALCEPH_UNIT_RAD
[integer]¶
This integer defines that the unit of the angles is expressed in radian.

CALCEPH_OUTPUT_EULERANGLES
[integer]¶
This integer defines that the output array contains the euler angles.

CALCEPH_OUTPUT_NUTATIONANGLES
[integer]¶
This integer defines that the output array contains the nutation angles.

CALCEPH_USE_NAIFID
[integer]¶
This integer defines that the NAIF identification numbers are used as target or center for the computation functions, such as calceph_compute_unit()
.
The following constants specify the type of segments for the functions, such as calceph_getmaxsupportedorder()
:

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_ORIG_0
[integer]¶
This integer defines the type of segment for the original INPOP/JPL DE file format.

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_1
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_2
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_3
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_5
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_8
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_9
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_12
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_13
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_17
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_18
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_19
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_20
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_21
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_102
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_103
[integer]¶

CALCEPH_SEGTYPE_SPK_120
[integer]¶
This integer defines the type of segments (1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 12, 13, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 102, 103 and 120) for the SPICE Kernel files.