This repository provide tutorials and materials used in workshops related to sbpy.
LSST Solar System Science Collaboration Sprint 2022, virtual: June 6, 2022 UTC.
Division for Planetary Science Meeting (DPS) 2018, Knoxville, Tennessee: Thursday, October 25, 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm (Room 301 D-E)
European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) 2018, Berlin, Germany: Tuesday, September 18 2018, 18:15 to 20:00 (SMW1.8)
This repository contains a number of examples for how to use sbpy. For your convenience, we here list these examples by topic.
- General concepts of
DataClassand data handling
- Querying asteroid and satellite ephemerides from JPL Horizons and other systems
- Computing ephemerides with pyoorb
- Querying orbital elements from JPL Horizons and other systems
- Create an orbit and ephemeris from scratch, without an online service
- Transforming and propagating orbits using pyoorb
- Curating observational data
- Querying observations reported to the Minor Planet Center
- Querying physical properties from JPL SBDB
- Querying molecular data from the JPL Molecular Spectroscopy Catalog
- Parsing asteroid and comet identifiers
- Plotting orbit diagrams
- Modeling dust coma brightness using Afρ
- Haser model examples
- Calculating non-LTE column densities using pyradex
- Calculating LTE production rates using a Haser Model
- Calculating LTE production rates without photodissociation effects
Reddening a solar spectrum
sbpy is supported by NASA PDART Grant No. 80NSSC18K0987.