NASA has just published its 2017-2018 software catalogue, and the best part it anyone can download and use it. NASA has published a list of software’s, code, libraries etc.
If you are interested in checking out NASA bunch of software release, here is the link (Some are limited to U.S).
Some Of The NASA Tools You Must Check.
Consultative Committee for Space Data Systems File Delivery Protocol, a standard tool for getting large files to and from spacecraft.
PixelLearn, which helps in setting rules about certain pixels and patterns, helping the program automatically find and categorize things like the crater.
Use Video Image Stabilization and Registration to keep things steady under turbulence.
Cart3D, also known as Automated Triangle Geometry Processing for Surface Modeling and Cartesian Grid Generation. It helps visualize fluid dynamics problems.
The Autonomous Precision Landing Navigation System, it combines camera images with maps using method “employed by cruise missiles for decades,” for the safe landing of cruise missiles.
Formation Flying System for UAVs and Satellites, it lets combines communication of multiple vehicles of multiple types and maintains their formation and operations.
Global Reference Atmospheric Models for Earth, Mars, Venus and Neptune, Models used to learn about other planets temperatures, pressure and atmosphere. In 2016, recorded as the hottest year on Earth.
NASA Forecast Model Web helps in determining and forecasting the climate changes, or the Worldview Satellite Imagery Browsing and Downloading Tool, used in navigating tonnes of Earth imagery coming from NASA satellites. You will get the latest image shows as early as 4 hours after they are taken.
HazPop, a iOS app that lets you browse the database of natural hazards like fires, storms and earthquake constantly updated worldwide.
Integrated Cognitive Assessment Tool: Combining Person, System, and Mission help whether someone is capable of doing certain jobs in space.
Unity-based Spacewalk game, students can stimulate various EVA’s conducted by ISS astronauts. You can play in online, on Mac or on PC.
NASA has a large collection of 3D models, images and textures that can be used for educational purpose and all free of charge.
Space Weather app for Android, letting you see the coronal mass ejections and magnetosphere changes.
Glenn Research Center: The Early Years, get the tour of amazing R&D facility in a bunch of interactive media between 1941 and 1979, available on iPad.
Knife, Version 1.0, which “calculates the boolean subtraction of arbitrary watertight triangular polyhedral in order to make near-field sonic boom predictions. You all need this in your life.
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