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CNES Space Mechanics Toolbox for Mission Analysis
(4658 downloads for this version - 43445 downloads for all versions)
Package maintainers
Alain Lamy
Thierry Martin
Supported Scilab Versions
>= 5.5.2
Creation Date
April 14, 2015
ATOMS packaging system
Available on
Install command
--> atomsInstall('celestlab')
****************************************************************************** CelestLab - CNES Space Mechanics Toolbox for Scilab Version 3.1.0 ****************************************************************************** CelestLab is a Scilab toolbox for Space Flight Dynamics. It has been developed by CNES-DCT/SB (Centre National dEtudes Spatiales - French Space Agency) for mission analysis purposes. CelestLab can be used for trajectory analysis and orbit design for various types of space missions. It allows engineers to perform tasks such as: orbit propagation, attitude computation, elementary manoeuvre computation, change of coordinate systems, ... CelestLab now comes with an extension module called CelestLabX. CelestLabX includes low-level functions that the user is not supposed to call directly: all user interfaces and documention are provided in CelestLab. The new features in CelestLab that require CelestLabX to be installed are related to: - STELA: CNES orbit long-term propagation software - Two Line Elements If CelestLabX is required but has not been installed, error messages will be generated by the corresponding CelestLab functions. Note: - CelestLab alone (without CelestLabX) can be used with Scilab versions >= 5.3.0. - The version of CelestLabX that should be used (for users who want it) is 3.1.1. See: - CelestLabX Atoms page for more details about CelestLabX: - The detailed changelog in CelestLab menu for more information about what has changed in CelestLab compared to the previous version.
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Comment from Jacobus Du Toit -- April 20, 2016, 08:35:43 PM    
How do I get a list of functions in this library and is there help 

I load it with atoms but can't see the help or functions. I run an 
example which worked. 

Thanks for the help

Comment from Thierry Martin -- April 21, 2016, 08:24:50 AM    
There is a detailled help (with examples)for all functions of CelestLab, once you have 
installed the Library. In addition, there is also a comprehensive general description of 
CelestLab (conventions, tutorials, cookbooks,..)

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