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Re: [Orekit Users] ESA launches its Summer Of Code In Space (SOCIS) project


I have now updated to the orekit 6 snapshot. Since galileo timeframe is now
included I have no longer to maintain a separate branch. After some minor changes
is my old web application running again with the latest development branches.
It is often used for time conversion in my projects. I started with a orbit
propagator but never finished it. But it could be helpful as startpoint how to use
orekit in a webapp.

The current soucecode is in:
And the sample application in:

 Andreas Rieger

On 2011-07-07 14:56, MAISONOBE Luc wrote:
> Hello,
> The European Space Agency has launched is Summer Of Code In Space (SOCIS) project,
> which mimics(but is not related) the Goggle Summer Of Code (GSOC). The project
> main page is here: <http://sophia.estec.esa.int/socis2011/>.
> Of course, as Orekit is a space-oriented open-source project, we will propose
> several subjects to students interested in Space Flight Dynamics. We have started
> a wiki page for this on Orekit forge here:
> <https://www.orekit.org/forge/projects/orekit/wiki/SOCIS>. I think this is a great
> opportunity for the project and its community. If any of you has subject ideas,
> feel free to discuss about it on the list so we can add them. The schedule is
> really tight as ESA will select the mentoring organizations by July 15th, so we
> must have all our subjects ready by that time.
> If ESA selects one or more of our subjects and suitable students are willing to do
> the work, we will mentor them. This mentoring will involve helping them
> interacting with our community at large, so they will probably be asking questions
> and discussing on this list or the developers list. This should help them learn
> how to interact with an open-source project and its community.
> Does anybody have some more subject ideas ?
> best regards,
> Luc
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