This library is designed to access the binary planetary ephemeris files, such INPOPxx, JPL DExxx and SPICE ephemeris files.
This library provides a C Application Programming Interface (API) and, optionnally, Fortran 77/2003, Python 2/3 and octave/Matlab interfaces to be called by the application
This software is an open-source product distributed under three distinct licenses giving you the choice of one of the three following sets of free software/open source licensing terms. This allows the use of our code in as wide a variety of software projects as possible.
This software is governed by the CECILL-C, CECILL-B or CECILL version 2 license under French law and abiding by the rules of distribution of free software. You can use, modify and/or redistribute the software under the terms of the CeCILL-C, CeCILL-B or CeCILL license as circulated by CEA, CNRS and INRIA at the following URL http://www.cecill.info.
Latest stable version
- Version 3.2.0 (October 2018)
Octave package calcephoct-3.2.0.tar.gz
- Fix the creation of the dynamic library with msys/mingw on Windows.
- Fix the returned values of the functions f90calceph_getconstantvd and f90calceph_getconstantvs.
- Fix a compilation warning with the GNU C compilers 8.0 or later.
- Support the original JPL files with TT-TDB or with a large number of constants.
- Support the Nutation Angles of the JPL files.
- Add the NAIF identification numbers for DIA, KERBEROS, STYX and SIDING SPRING.
- Add the option installnodoc to the command make.
- Previous releases
The installation steps for various operating system are described in the following links.
- Quick instructions for installing on a Unix-like system (Linux, Mac OS X, BSD, cygwin, ...)
- Details instructions for installing on a Unix-like system (Linux, Mac OS X, BSD, cygwin, ...)
- Installation on Windows system using the Windows SDK
- Installation on Windows system using the MinGW
The following interfaces for CALCEPH are available :
- Julia interface : CALCEPH.jl.
The library is written by the research team Astronomie et Systèmes Dynamiques (CNRS - Observatoire de Paris - IMCCE).
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Last update Wednesday 24 October 2018