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AAS WorldWide Telescope Windows Client

The “windows client” of the AAS WorldWide Telescope (WWT) lets you explore the universe from the comfort of your chair! Learn more about WWT here.

Installation

Most folks should download the official WWT releases here:

https://worldwidetelescope.org/download/

You only need to clone this repository if you’re interested in hacking the source code to the WWT application yourself. If that describes you, WWT is a C# application buildable with Visual Studio 2018 or 2019.

Getting involved

We love it when people get involved in the WWT community! You can get started by participating in our user forum or by signing up for our low-traffic newsletter. If you would like to help make WWT better, our Contributor Hub aims to be your one-stop shop for information about how to contribute to the project, with the Contributors’ Guide being the first thing you should read. Here on GitHub we operate with a standard fork-and-pull model.

All participation in WWT communities is conditioned on your adherence to the WWT Code of Conduct, which basically says that you should not be a jerk.

Acknowledgments

The AAS WorldWide Telescope system is a .NET Foundation project. Work on WWT has been supported by the American Astronomical Society (AAS), the US National Science Foundation (grants 1550701, 1642446, and 2004840), the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, and Microsoft.

Legalities

The WWT code is licensed under the MIT License. The copyright to the code is owned by the .NET Foundation.

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