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README.md

Copyright (C) .NET Foundation

WWT-Web - WorldWide Telescope

WorldWide Telescope (WWT) enables you to explore the universe, bringing together imagery from the best ground- and space-based telescopes in the world and combining it with 3D navigation, data visualization, and more. Please see WorldWideTelescope.org for an overview. The web client is currently available at http://worldwidetelescope.org/webclient.

This repository contains the following open source software: the HTML5 SDK which is the rendering engine for the WWT web client and the embeddable web control, and the full web client code. This repository does not contain all the server-side endpoints needed to render tiles, constellation lines, etc. (Some samples will be included in the future.)

You may wish to also look at these:

Installing the system

Please see INSTALL.md.

WorldWide Telescope is a .NET Foundation project