[Spice_discussion] SPICE versus windows

Henry DeWitt hdewitt at dewitt-assoc.com
Wed May 28 12:35:38 PDT 2008


Thanks, that worked.  I would however like to understand why the other 
approach did not work.


Neil Ottenstein wrote:
> 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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> DeWitt
> Sent: Wednesday, May 28, 2008 3:06 PM
> To: Ed Wright (JPL)
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> Subject: Re: [Spice_discussion] SPICE versus windows
> Ed:
> 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.
> Henry

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