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GeneLab Public API. NASA GeneLab provides a RESTfulApplication Programming Interfaces (API) to its full-text search, and data andmetadata retrieval capabilities. The API provides a choice of standard weboutput formats, either JavaScript Object Notation (JSON). In this interactive, 3D simulation of the total eclipse of August 21st, 2017, you can see a view of the eclipse from anywhere on the planet. The Eclipse module is part of the normal Eyes installation, no extra download is necessary. › Learn More › Download Eyes on the Solar System Already have the app? › Launch the Eclipse 2017 Feature. NASA.gov brings you the latest news, images and videos from America's space agency, pioneering the future in space exploration, scientific discovery and aeronautics research.

He says that NASA destroyed his report and interview tapes in an effort to stem public criticism of the space program. “I have agonized for 31 years about revealing the truth, but I didn’t want to hurt NASA’s image or cause trouble,” Mac Donald told the paper. “But I can’t let one more day go by without the truth being known.”. Mars 2020 is a Mars rover mission forming part of NASA's Mars Exploration Program that includes the rover Perseverance and the small robotic, coaxial helicopter Ingenuity.Mars 2020 was launched from Earth on an Atlas V launch vehicle at 11:50:01 UTC on 30 July 2020, and confirmation of touch down in Jezero crater on Mars was received at 20:55 UTC on 18 February 2021.

Monitor our planet's vital signs, such as sea level height, atmospheric carbon dioxide concentration and Antarctic ozone. Trace the movement of water around the globe using the gravity map from NASA's GRACE satellites. Spot volcanic eruptions and forest fires using the carbon monoxide vital sign. Check out the hottest and coldest locations on Earth with the global surface temperature map.

“Eyes on the Earth” displays the location of all of NASA's operating Earth-observing missions in real time and lets you compare them in size to a scientist or a school bus. Get a sneak peek at upcoming missions and learn how NASA is planning to study our Earth in the future.

With the “Latest Events” feature, you can explore geo-located satellite images of recent Earth events, including algal blooms, super storms and wildfires.

Credits

Eyes On Nasa

Producers:
Kevin Hussey, Randal Jackson and Michael Greene
Technical Director:
Kevin Hussey
Software Engineers:
Kristine Nguyen, Davit Stepanyan, Kit Petrie, Stephen Hurley, Charles Mattei, Anton Kulikov, Viet (Jon) Nguyen, Erik Boettcher, Clay Hooker and Clement Shimizu (The Elumenati)
3D Art Director:
Brian Kumanchik
3D Artists:
Brian Kumanchik, Matthew Garcia and Christian Lopez
Science Data Processing:
Charles Thompson, Jeff Hall and Shigeru Suzuki
Information Architects:
Justin Moore, Andrea Boeck and Bergen Moore (Moore Boeck) and Randal Jackson
Artistic Designers:
Justin Moore and Andrea Boeck (Moore Boeck)
Researchers and Technical Writers:
Randal Jackson, Amber Jenkins, Laura Faye Tenenbaum, Holly Shaftel, Jason Craig and Doug Ellison

Copyright 2016, by the California Institute of Technology. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. United States Government Sponsorship acknowledged. Any commercial use must be negotiated with the Office of Technology Transfer at the California Institute of Technology.

This software is subject to U.S. export control laws and regulations and has been classified as EAR99. By accepting this software, the user agrees to comply with all applicable U.S. export laws and regulations. User has the responsibility to obtain export licenses, or other export authority as may be required before exporting such information to foreign countries or providing access to foreign persons.

Omnity spherical display capabilities provided by The Elumenati.

Constellation segments provided by Stellarium.

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The Eyes app is currently only available on desktop (Mac and PC).

F´ (or F Prime) is a software framework for the rapid development and deployment of embedded systems and spaceflight applications.Originally developed at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, F´ is open-source software that has been successfully deployedfor several space applications. It has been used for but is not limited to, CubeSats, SmallSats, instruments, anddeployable.

F´ has the following features:

  • Component architecture with well-defined interfaces
  • C++ framework providing core capabilities like queues, threads, and operating-system abstraction
  • Tools for designing systems and automatically generating code from systems design
  • A standard library of flight-worthy components
  • Testing tools for unit and system-level testing
F´ Information and External Resources
FeaturesFeatures
ProjectsProjects
Repositoryhttps://github.com/nasa/fprime
Community Forum and Mailing Listhttps://groups.google.com/d/forum/fprime-community
Community GitHub Organizationhttps://github.com/fprime-community
Architecture OverviewArchitecture

F´ Documentation

F´ Release
v1.5 Series Documentation
v2.0.0 Documentation
v2.0.0 Documentation
Latest Documentation As of: Tue Jul 20 23:09:58 UTC 2021

F´ System Requirements

To develop applications with F´, the following requirements of the user’s system must be met.

  1. Linux or Mac OS X operating system (or Windows Subsystem for Linux on Windows)
  2. CMake https://cmake.org/download/ available on the system path
  3. Bash or Bash compatible shell
  4. Clang or GCC compiler
  5. Python 3 and PIP https://www.python.org/downloads/

Quick Installation Guide

F´ can be quickly installed and ready to use by cloning the GitHub repository, installing Python code (typically in avirtual environment), and building one of our reference applications. For full installation instructions please see:INSTALL.md.

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Further References

Nasa's Eyes Download Mac Torrent

Full information on the code and F´ is available on our GitHub page:http://github.com/nasa/fprime.

Nasa's Eyes Visualization

To start with, follow the installation guide. Then inspecteither the reference application,raspberry pi reference, or thetutorials.