AAS WorldWide Telescope Windows Client
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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.
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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.