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Title: Simple LabVIEW planetarium
Author/Creator: Stephen, Scully
Marcin Lukasz, Gradziel
Date: 13-Jun-2012
Description: This is a relatively simple LabVIEW program that implements the core coordianate conversions and orbit calculations that are needed to track the position of multiple celestial objects from Earth. It is intended as a simple demonstrations (check Sun and Venus between 5th and 6th of June 2012 ...), but primarily as a basis for more complex LabVIEW projects that involve tracking (eg. telescope or satelite receiver integration).
Subject keyword : astronomy
frame of reference
LabVIEW
example
planetarium
tracking
Subject keyword (controlled): Mechanical engineering
Physics
Electrical, electronic and communications engineering
Intended Level: 8 – Honours bachelors degree / Higher Diploma
7 – Ordinary bachelor degree
6 – Advanced certificate / Higher certificate
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10633/38982
Rights: Some Rights Reserved; Open Access NDLR Licence (Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported) Applies 
Appears in Collections:Electrical, electronic and communications engineeringPhysicsMechanical engineeringPhysical Sciences

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