Nov 02.2020Version: 11.030
Aladdin is an atlas of the interactive sky.
Aladin for Linux was reviewed by Iulian Dinita
Aladdin is developed by the Astronomical Data Center in Strasbourg, is specially designed for astronomy enthusiasts and allows you to view the maps of the sky.
It is a software that contains state-of-the-art scientific data, so users can view digitized images of the sky and explore the universe thanks to data recalculated on the principle of HiPS technology, it represents 250 TB of pixels.
Aladin for Linux is compatible with most existing standards and can be interconnected with other visualization and analysis tools, thus enabling it to be a powerful software for the exploration and integration of astronomical data widely used by the scientific astronomical community.
In conclusion, Aladin for Linux is software that allows you to access maps of the sky, as well as analyze the properties of stars, calculate their distance and coordinates, view digital images of any part of the sky.
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+ Aladin for Linux has been in our software catalog since Jun 24.2020.
+ The current version is 11.030 updated to Nov 02.2020.
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