[Spice_discussion] Python support for SPICE
Bridgman, William T.
William.T.Bridgman at nasa.gov
Fri Sep 26 04:49:11 PDT 2014
I’ve been using
to drive all my visualization work where I need SPICE kernels.
The functionality is rather basic for accessing coordinates, etc but it does work. Seems to have not been developed much since about two years ago.
On Sep 25, 2014, at 6:35 PM, William Thompson <William.T.Thompson at nasa.gov> wrote:
> The Solar Orbiter project is planning on using SPICE kernels for their orbit and attitude files. Solar scientists have traditionally used IDL for their data analysis, and SPICE is well supported in IDL. However, there's a desire in a number of teams to start using Python instead. What's the status of incorporating the SPICE software into Python?
> Bill Thompson
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