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NASA software 2017-18 will allow transfer of files to and from satellites; All you need to know

The NASA Software Catalog Has Many Interesting Things Including Tools Like Transfer Of Files To And From Satellites, Programs That Are Efficient To Recognize Building And Other Important Landmarks And Software That Visualizes The Problem Of Fluids Dynamics At The Time Your Drone Isn’t Working And So On.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Navnidhi Chugh | Updated on: 03 Mar 2017, 12:57:08 PM
NASA software 2017-18 will allow transfer of files to and from satellites; All you need to know

New Delhi:

The National Space Organisation has come out with a brand new software, code libraries and other similarly geeky material. The software has its origins in NASA’s 2017-2018 software catalog and is most likely that it will be of interest to people and also offer insights on the working of world’s most leading space research organization.

The NASA software catalog has many interesting things including tools like transfer of files to and from satellites, programs that are efficient to recognize building and other important landmarks and software that visualizes the problem of fluids dynamics at the time your drone isn’t working and so on.

All these files could also help you if you are thinking about launching a private organization like SpaceX. Yes all other requirements are also necessary like talent of engineering, other software so that you could launch your own rocket.

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Global Reference Atmospheric Models for Earth, Mars, Venus, Neptune and Titan are also included in the list. These models can assist you in knowing the temperature and pressure conditions almost everywhere.

Well, the Worldview Satellite imagery Browsing and Downloading tool can be downloaded that allows to check the data coming from NASA satellites and also access to images immediately after they are taken by the satellites.

Some HR tools are also made available by NASA. The Integrated Cognitive Assesment Tool: Combining Person, System and Mission yields quantified measurements of a person’s cognitive ability to perform a specific job in space.

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First Published : 03 Mar 2017, 08:23:00 AM