NMOC) with included JPL planetary and lunar ephemeris DE421 binary file published by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
The wrapper contains methods for transformation of catalog entries, for computation of the virtual, astrometric, local and topometric positions for stars and solar system bodies and for transformation of topocentric right ascension and declination to zenith distance and azimuth. Look at NOVAS 3.1 Users Guide and DE421 Report for further details.
Native part of the software is written in C++, precompiled and packaged for Windows 32/64 bit, Apple OS X Intel 32/64 bit and Linux Intel 32/64 bit platform.
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