Problem Oriented Language for Ephemeris Astronomy and Its Realisation in the System ERA View Full Text


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DATE

1989

AUTHORS

G. A. Krasinsky , F. A. Novikov , V. I. Scripnichenko

ABSTRACT

Practically any astronomical observational program needs ephemeris calculations either for prediction of the observables or for the aims of slewing. Sometimes these calculations are almost trivial and printed Astronomical Ephemerides may be useful. But as a rule that is not the case and observers are obliged to call for help from specialists in various branches of ephemeris astronomy. In many cases the ephemeris software is a real nuisance if one analyses the standard type acknowledgements in astronomical papers: “we are indebted to Dr. X who has provided us with the ephemerides of Galilean satellites” or “our thanks to Dr. Y for calculations of the lunar occultations”. One of the aims of project ERA (Ephemerides for Research in Astronomy) was to satisfy the interests of users inexperienced in ephemeris astronomy. However that was not the single motivation. The system ERA was designed for professional use to facilitate solving the most complicated problems of ephemeris astronomy (calculation of the observables, comparison of the dynamical theories with observations, scheduling observational activities, prediction of astronomical phenomena, and so on). A technology for scientific work in the field of the ephemeris astronomy was worked out. More... »

PAGES

219-229

Book

TITLE

Applications of Computer Technology to Dynamical Astronomy

ISBN

978-94-010-6932-8
978-94-009-0985-4

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http://scigraph.springernature.com/pub.10.1007/978-94-009-0985-4_37

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-0985-4_37

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