[Spice_discussion] SPICE versus windows

Neil Ottenstein Neil.Ottenstein at ai-solutions.com
Wed May 28 12:22:04 PDT 2008

Have you tried to use spkmerge to put the stereo and planetary information
of interest into the same spk file for the dates of interest and then
proceed from there?

Neil Ottenstein

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With further investigation, I have to conclude that the problem resides 
in processing the Stereo kernel.

1)   I have been able to check coverage of Stereo in the kernel in a 
command line application that I wrote.
2)   I have been able to get the state vector for Stereo from the kernel 
in a command line application that I wrote.
3)   I can do neither of the above in my Windows application despite 
using very similar code.
4)   If I load the Stereo kernel before the planetary kernel in my 
Windows application, I can not get planetary state information, but if I 
load the planetary kernel first, I can.

At the moment I am not sure what to try next.


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