Commit 62045aa7 authored by Luc Maisonobe's avatar Luc Maisonobe
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Release 6.1!

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<groupId>org.orekit</groupId>
<artifactId>orekit</artifactId>
<packaging>bundle</packaging>
<version>6.1-SNAPSHOT</version>
<version>6.1</version>
<name>ORbit Extrapolation KIT</name>
<url>http://www.orekit.org/</url>
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This zip file contains JPL DE 406 ephemerides from 1962 to 2029, IERS Earth orientation
parameters from 1973 to end 2012 with predicted date to mid-2013 (both IAU-1980
and IAU-2000), UTC-TAI history from 1972 to end of 2013, Marshall Solar Activity Futur
and IAU-2000), UTC-TAI history from 1972 to end of 2013, Marshall Solar Activity Future
Estimation from 1999 to 2013 and the Eigen 06S gravity field.
* Supported data types
The data types supported by Orekit are described in the following table, where the <#>
character represents any digit, <(m/p)> represents either the m character or the p
character and <*> represents any character sequence. The [_08] part in some EOP files
is due to the fact files retrieved fromhpiers.obspm.fr do not have _08 in their names whereas
files retrieved from data.iers.org do have _08 in their names. Despite this naming difference,
the files content is strictly identical. The <[.gz]> part at the end of all
character and <*> represents any character sequence. The <[.gz]> part at the end of all
naming patterns means that an optional <.gz> suffix can be appended, in which case the
data are considered to be compressed with gzip.
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precession-nutation models (IAU-1980 and IAU-2006/2000A). Orekit supports all of these formats
except Bulletin A and supports both precession-nutation models. Two different
naming patterns for Bulletin B are supported by default. Both the old Bulletin B format
used up to 2009 and the new format used since 2010 are supported. The supported format
for <finals2000A> files for IAU-2006/2000A and the finals files for IAU-1980 is the XML format.
used up to 2009 and the new format used since 2010 are supported. The supported formats
for <finals2000A> files for IAU-2006/2000A and the finals files for IAU-1980 are both
the XML format and the columns format.
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| default naming pattern | format | data type | source |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| UTC-TAI.history[.gz] | IERS history | leap seconds introduction history | {{http://hpiers.obspm.fr/eoppc/bul/bulc/UTC-TAI.history}} |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| bulletinb_IAU2000.###[.gz] | IERS Bulletin B | monthly Earth Orientation Parameters | {{http://hpiers.obspm.fr/eoppc/bul/bulb/}} |
| <or> | | model IAU 2000 | |
| bulletinb_IAU2000-###.txt[.gz] | | | {{http://www.iers.org/nn_11252/IERS/EN/DataProducts/EarthOrientationData/__Function/generischeTabelle__ID18.html}} |
| | IERS Bulletin B | monthly Earth Orientation Parameters | {{ftp://ftp.iers.org/products/eop/bulletinb/iau2000/}} |
| bulletinb_IAU2000-###.txt[.gz] | | model IAU 2006/2000A |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| bulletinb.###[.gz] | IERS Bulletin B | monthly Earth Orientation Parameters | {{http://hpiers.obspm.fr/eoppc/bul/bulb/}} |
| <or> | | model IAU 1980 | {{http://hpiers.obspm.fr/eoppc/bul/bulb_new/}} |
| bulletinb-###.txt[.gz] | | | {{http://www.iers.org/nn_11252/IERS/EN/DataProducts/EarthOrientationData/__Function/generischeTabelle__ID15.html}} |
| | IERS Bulletin B | monthly Earth Orientation Parameters | {{ftp://ftp.iers.org/products/eop/bulletinb/iau1980/}} |
| bulletinb_IAU1980-###.txt[.gz] | | model IAU 1980 | |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| eopc04[_08]_IAU2000.##[.gz] | IERS EOP 08 C04 | yearly Earth Orientation Parameters | {{http://hpiers.obspm.fr/eoppc/eop/eopc04/}} |
| | | model IAU 2006/2000A | {{http://www.iers.org/nn_11252/IERS/EN/DataProducts/EarthOrientationData/__Function/generischeTabelle__ID211.html}} |
| eopc04_08_IAU2000.##[.gz] | IERS EOP 08 C04 | yearly Earth Orientation Parameters | {{ftp://ftp.iers.org/products/eop/long-term/c04_08/iau2000/}} |
| | | model IAU 2006/2000A | |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| eopc04[_08].##[.gz] | IERS EOP 08 C04 | yearly Earth Orientation Parameters | {{http://hpiers.obspm.fr/eoppc/eop/eopc04/}} |
| | | model IAU 1980 | {{http://www.iers.org/nn_11252/IERS/EN/DataProducts/EarthOrientationData/__Function/generischeTabelle__ID212.html}} |
| eopc04_08.##[.gz] | IERS EOP 08 C04 | yearly Earth Orientation Parameters | {{ftp://ftp.iers.org/products/eop/long-term/c04_08/iau1980/}} |
| | | model IAU 1980 | |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| finals2000A.*.xml[.gz] | IERS standard and | Earth Orientation Parameters | {{http://data.iers.org/products/13/1388/output/54461/finals2000A.daily.xml}}|
| | daily EOP | (daily and final data) model IAU 2006/2000A | {{http://data.iers.org/products/9/1379/output/54354/finals2000A.all.xml}} |
| finals2000A.*.[.gz] | IERS | Earth Orientation Parameters | {{ftp://ftp.iers.org/products/eop/rapid/standard/finals2000A.data}} |
| | standard EOP | model IAU 2006/2000A | {{ftp://ftp.iers.org/products/eop/rapid/standard/finals2000A.all}} |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| finals.*.xml[.gz] | IERS standard and | Earth Orientation Parameters | {{http://data.iers.org/products/12/1386/output/54458/finals.daily.xml}} |
| | daily EOP | (daily and final data) model IAU 1980 | {{http://data.iers.org/products/7/1378/output/54351/finals.all.xml}} |
| finals.*.[.gz] | IERS | Earth Orientation Parameters | {{ftp://ftp.iers.org/products/eop/rapid/standard/finals.data}} |
| | standard EOP | model IAU 1980 | {{ftp://ftp.iers.org/products/eop/rapid/standard/finals.all}} |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| (l/u)nx(m/p)####.4##[.gz] | DE 4xx binary | JPL DE 4xx planets ephemerides | {{ftp://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/pub/eph/planets/SunOS}} |
| (l/u)nxm####p####.4##[.gz] | big/little endian | | {{ftp://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/pub/eph/planets/Linux}} |
| finals2000A.*.xml[.gz] | IERS | Earth Orientation Parameters | {{ftp://ftp.iers.org/products/eop/rapid/standard/xml/finals2000A.data.xml}} |
| | standard EOP | model IAU 2006/2000A | {{ftp://ftp.iers.org/products/eop/rapid/standard/xml/finals2000A.all.xml}} |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| finals.*.xml[.gz] | IERS | Earth Orientation Parameters | {{ftp://ftp.iers.org/products/eop/rapid/standard/xml/finals.data.xml}} |
| | standard EOP | model IAU 1980 | {{ftp://ftp.iers.org/products/eop/rapid/standard/xml/finals.all.xml}} |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| (l/u)nx(m/p)####.4##[.gz] | DE 4xx binary | JPL DE 4xx planets ephemerides | {{ftp://ssd.jpl.nasa.gov/pub/eph/planets/Linux/}} |
| (l/u)nxm####p####.4##[.gz] | | | |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| inpop*_m####_p####*.dat[.gz] | DE 4xx binary | IMCCE inpop planets ephemerides | {{ftp://ftp.imcce.fr/pub/ephem/planets/}} |
| | big/little endian | | |
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*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| egm##_to#* | EGM format | EGM gravity field | {{ftp://cddis.gsfc.nasa.gov/pub/egm96/general_info}} |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
| grim#_* | GRGS format | GRGS gravity field | |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
|Jan####F10.txt to Dec####F10.txt | MSAFE format | Marshall Solar Activity Future Estimation | {{http://sail.msfc.nasa.gov/archive_index.htm}} |
*---------------------------------*-------------------*----------------------------------------------*-----------------------------------------------------------------------------*
Supported data types
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with groupID org.orekit and artifactId orekit, so maven internal mechanism
will download automatically all artifacts and dependencies as required.
*----------*--------------------------------------------------------*
| package | link |
*----------*--------------------------------------------------------*
| source | {{{https://www.orekit.org/forge/attachments/download/401/orekit-6.1-sources.zip}orekit-6.1-sources.zip}} |
*----------*--------------------------------------------------------*
| binary | {{{https://www.orekit.org/forge/attachments/download/402/orekit-6.1.jar}orekit-6.1.jar}} |
*----------*--------------------------------------------------------*
| javadoc | {{{https://www.orekit.org/forge/attachments/download/403/orekit-6.1-javadoc.jar}orekit-6.1-javadoc.jar}} |
*----------*--------------------------------------------------------*
version 6.1 downloads (release date: 2013-12-13)
*----------*--------------------------------------------------------*
| package | link |
*----------*--------------------------------------------------------*
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** leap seconds data up to 2013,
** IERS Earth orientation parameters from 1973 to early 2013
with predicted date to 2014 for some parameters (both IAU-1980 and IAU-2000),
** IERS Earth orientation parameters from 1973 to end 2013
with predicted date to early 2014 for some parameters (both IAU-1980 and IAU-2000),
** Marshall Solar Activity Futur Estimation from 1999 to 2013,
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content will be updated. It should be considered as a simple configuration example.
Users are encouraged to set up their own configuration data.
The file is available by following this link: {{{https://www.orekit.org/forge/attachments/download/355/orekit-data.zip}orekit-data.zip}}.
The file is available by following this link: {{{https://www.orekit.org/forge/attachments/download/400/orekit-data.zip}orekit-data.zip}}.
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Orekit 5.0 depends on version 2.1 of Apache Commons Math.
Orekit 5.0.3 depends on version 2.2 of Apache Commons Math.
Orekit 6.0 depends on version 3.2 of Apache Commons Math.
Orekit 6.1 depends on version 3.2 of Apache Commons Math.
</p>
</answer>
</faq>
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the IERS publish them.
</p>
<p>
Concerning UTC leap seconds, as of early 2013, the last one was introduced at the end of June 2012.
Concerning UTC leap seconds, as of end 2013, the last one was introduced at the end of June 2012.
</p>
</answer>
</faq>
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<title>Orekit Changes</title>
</properties>
<body>
<release version="6.1" date="TBD" description="TBD">
<release version="6.1" date="2013-12-13"
description="Version 6.1 is a minor release of Orekit. It introduces several new
features and bug fixes. The most important features introduced in version 6.1
are solid tides force model, including pole tide at user choice, and following
either IERS 1996, IERS 2003 or IERS 2010 conventions ; ocean tides force model,
including pole tide at user choice, loading a user provided model ; simultaneous
support for IERS 1996, 2003 and 2010 for frames definition, which is very
important to support legacy systems and to convert coordinates between older and
newer reference systems ; greatly improved accuracy of celestial/terrestrial
frames transforms (we are now at sub-micro arcsecond level for IERS 2003/2010,
both with equinox based and Non-Rotating Origin, at a sub-milli arcseconds for
IERS 1996, both with equinox based and Non-Rotating Origin) ; classical
equinox-based paradigm and new non-rotating origin paradigm for inertial and
terrestrial frames are now supported with all IERS conventions ; automatic
conversion of IERS Earth Orientation Paramters from equinoxial to non-rotating
paradigm ; support for CCSDS Orbit Data Message ; improved API for events,
allowing separation of event detection and event handling (the older API is still
available for compatibility) ; merged all the elevation related events, allowing
to use both refraction model and antenna mask at the same time if desired ;
new attitude mode based on interpolation on a table. Numerous bugs were also fixed.
Version 6.1 depends on version 3.2 of Apache commons math.">
<action dev="luc" type="fix" >
Reduced number of calls to the g function in event detectors.
Fixes issue #108.
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