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ENHANCED EDITION for Windows ComputersThe Enhanced Edition of Earthquake 3D is the most up to date version of this program and it contains many features which are not found in the free edition. Enhancements include: Up to 30 days of Earthquakes, multiple data sources including USGS, EMSC, Geoscience, GeoNet, BGS, Geophon, and user supplied CSV data, four different Earth Images with better detail, automatic Earthquake Refresh Timer, Earthquake Alert Sounds with custom WAV file support, 'point and click' Earthquake Identification, six different View Preset Buttons, custom External Earth Images, Custom Colors, Lunar and Solar positions, Captions, and more...

GPlates GeoMapApp The Powder Toy The Powder Toy Portable physics sandbox game The Powder Toy is a game of physics and fluid mechanics. You can play with different materials whose properties and influences are simulated. And it has explosives! Version 91.3.328 for Windows, English 3MB download / 3MB installed (Details) - Support's development and hosting The Powder Toy Portable works best with the Platform Features Have you ever wanted to blow something up? Learn more about The Powder Toy... Support For help getting up and running, please read the following: Download Details Publisher: PowderToy UK & (depp.jones) Date updated: 2016-04-07 System Requirements: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 License: Free / Open Source (GPL)Source Code: Launcher, The Powder Toy MD5 Hash: 41ed58ae465adaf32e30ffe65913f83c

Panoply panoply \PAN-uh-plee\, noun: 1. A splendid or impressive array. ... Panoply plots geo-referenced and other arrays from netCDF, HDF, GRIB, and other datasets. Slice and plot geo-referenced latitude-longitude, latitude-vertical, longitude-vertical, time-latitude or time-vertical arrays from larger multidimensional variables. Panoply is a cross-platform application that runs on Macintosh, Windows, Linux and other desktop computers. The current version of Panoply is 4.5.1 released 2016-05-31. Get Panoply Panoply requires that your computer have a Java SE 7 or 8 runtime environment installed. Download Panoply Color Tables and Map Overlays Beginning with version 4.0, Panoply's "standard" selection of color tables and map overlays is built into the application. For even more scale color tables, J.J. Documentation and Credits Contact

Tracker What is Tracker? Tracker is a free video analysis and modeling tool built on the Open Source Physics (OSP) Java framework. It is designed to be used in physics education. Tracker video modeling is a powerful way to combine videos with computer modeling. Installing and using Tracker To install Tracker, download and run the appropriate installer using the links at the top of the page. Supported languages: english, arabic, czech, danish, german, greek, spanish, finnish, french, hungarian, indonesian, italian, hebrew, korean, malaysian, dutch, polish, portuguese, slovak, slovenian, swedish, thai, turkish, vietnamese, simplified chinese, traditional chinese. If you're new to Tracker, see Help Getting Started for a step-by step beginner's guide or Getting Started with Tracker for a video tutorial. You can run Tracker from a USB drive without installing it on the host computer. Tracker has been independently tested by Softpedia and found to be 100% clean. Recent Tracker Versions Tracker Features

STEP ESA is developing free open source toolboxes for the scientific exploitation of Earth Observation missions under the the Scientific Exploitation of Operational Missions (SEOM) programme element. STEP is the ESA community platform for accessing the software and its documentation, communicating with the developers, dialoguing within the science community, promoting results and achievements as well as providing tutorials and material for training scientists using the Toolboxes. The ESA toolboxes support the scientific exploitation for the ERS-ENVISAT missions, the Sentinels 1/2/3 missions and a range of National and Third Party missions. The following results have been obtained thanks to the Sentinel Toolboxes : S1A Country Mosaic of Switzerland A dual polarization colour composite of Switzerland using six Sentinel-1A GRDH products acquired between October 2014 and January 2015. Ireland composite from Sentinel-1A using SNAP/S1 Toolbox Volcán de Fuego from Sentinel-2A using SNAP

Chemistry Add-in for Word Mars24 Sunclock The Mars24 software displays a Mars sunclock, a graphical representation of the planet Mars showing its current sun- and nightsides, along with a numerical readout of the "standard" Mars time as well lander and other local times. Other displays include a plot showing the relative orbital positions of Mars and Earth and a diagram showing the solar angle and path for a given location on Mars. Mars24 is a cross-platform application that runs on Macintosh, Windows, Linux and other desktop computers. The current version of Mars24 is 7.1.1, released 2015-12-30. Get Mars24 Mars24 requires a computer with a Java SE 7 or 8 runtime environment installed. Download Mars24 Documentation and Credits Other information available here includes: Also on the GISS website is a 1998 science brief titled "Telling Time on Mars". For the latest news about the NASA Mars rovers, see the official NASA/JPL Mars Exploration website. Contact

XFLR5 XFLR5 is an analysis tool for airfoils, wings and planes operating at low Reynolds Numbers. It includes: XFoil's Direct and Inverse analysis capabilities Wing design and analysis capabilities based on the Lifiting Line Theory, on the Vortex Lattice Method, and on a 3D Panel Method Questions about xflr5, bug reports, suggestions for enhancement should be directed to the Open Discussion Forum Radio Controlled Soaring Digest 2008-02 : Francesco's great article to get started with XFLR5 Results_vs_Prediction.pdf: A comparison of performance measurements to XFLR5 results XFLR5_Mode_Measurements.pdf: A comparison of stability measurements to XFLR5 results Point_Out_Of_Flight_Envelope.pdf : The detailed explanation and fix for the error message "Point is out of the flight envelope" XFLR5_and_Stability_analysis.pdf : My very personal view of stability analysis French documentation: Chinese documentation: Ch_XFLR5_and_Stability_analysis_Rev_2.1.pdf Japanese documentation: Italian documentation:

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