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This open source simulation provides a simple view of the Kepler mission. It is not a complete simulation of the Kepler mission, but does give a relatively simple and easy to follow explanation of Kepler’s theory of planetary motion. You can see the full simulation here.

This is a work in progress, the code needs some work. It is in an early beta, any feedback and comments are welcome!


Please note that the simulation is not yet complete, there is still much work to be done before it will be useful.
What you see in the simulation is the result of three different filters that I am currently working on. They will be released separately and, as soon as they are ready, they will be added to the simulation. The filters are:

Kepler Input Catalog
Kepler Mission Simulator
Kepler Catalog Simulator

The Kepler Input Catalog and Kepler Catalog Simulator already provide the basic idea of how the simulation should work. The former provides the list of stars that will be observed by Kepler, the latter one will provide the results of the Kepler observations.
The next step is to combine the input from the former two simulations and provide a star catalog simulator that does provide the results of a complete Kepler mission. This will be done by adding a set of potential planets to the simulation, applying some filters to the Kepler spacecraft and finally feeding the simulation with the data from Kepler.


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Kepler System Model Free Download 2022

UNDOCK To move the object to the new screen.
RAD TO PIXELS: User set parameter.
ORBIT SIZE: Default value is 3.
V OF SUN: Set to -60.00 for a full orbit of Sun around the center of
the screen.
FPS: Default is 20.0.
TEMPERATURE OF PLANET: The current temperature of the planet
(ranging from 300 to 2,000 K)
SPEED OF PLANET: The current speed of the planet (in km/sec)
SPEED OF PLANET AT EQUATOR: The current speed of the planet
(in km/sec)
PROPORTION OF PLANE TO VIEW: The proportion of the window that
is viewable.
SECONDS: Current seconds.
FOUNDER: A planet can be defined as the one with the shortest
period. The founder can be a real planet, or a simulation
planet. If the real planet’s name is entered, the founder
is looked for among the five known planets.
ELIPSE IN ORBIT: A boolean to indicate whether the orbit is
elliptical or circular.
The ellipse is described by three parameters:
ELIP IN RADIUS: The semimajor axis of the ellipse.
ABS: The amplitude of the ellipse.
DEC: The eccentricity.
The user sets these values by clicking the area that represents the ellipse. The positions of the three points are automatically computed and shown.
MOVE TO: The object is sent to a new screen. The parameter
UNDOCK is used to remove the object from the current
screen. The object is moved to the new screen by the
following method:
RADIUS OF SCREEN: The screen where the object is located.
TOTAL SCREEN NUMBER: The number of screens in the program.
/2: The radius of the screen.
ESCAPE: The object is sent to the position where the user’s
clicking hand is located.
RELEASED: The object is released by the keyboard.
CLICK: The object is sent to the position where the user’s
clicking hand is located.
UNDOCK: The object is

Kepler System Model

Sun, Planet, Simulation engine:
Stellar Dynamics Model:
Project Math Model:
Numerical integration:
Java source code: java.exe -jar Kepler.jar
7-Zip Archive file (up to version 7.0): Kepler.7z
PASCO Model (version 1.0): Kepler.pasco
rXMind: Xpand! rXMind can display the Java Kepler System Model. (Xpand! version 3.2 or later)
rXMind Archive file (version 2.2): Kepler.RAR
Kepler Input Console:
Model Export: Kepler Model Export Utility: Kepler Export Utility
Free and Open Source: Free and Open Source under the GNU Public License: Free and Open Source

Model overview

A simulation of the Sun, Sun’s planets, and the planets around the Sun. From the Kepler’s First Law, the square of the period of the planet is proportional to the cube of the semimajor axis of its ellipse.

The simulation shows the orbits of the planets around the Sun, as well as the orbit of one other planet. The simulation is intended to show the 3D aspect of the orbits of the planets around the Sun, in order to demonstrate how planetary orbits combine to form an orbital plane.

The Sun is represented as a black circle.
The planetary orbits are displayed in green.
In the beginning, only the Earth and Moon are visible.
By zooming in on the Sun, more planets are visible.
A selection of the planets is shown.

Orbital paths are represented as ellipses, whose long axis and short axis are determined by the semi-major and semi-minor axes of the ellipse. The semi-major axis is defined as the distance from the center of the ellipse to one of its foci (the center of the Sun in this simulation). The semi-minor axis is defined as the distance from the center of the ellipse to the center of the Sun. The semi-minor axis represents the size of the orbit; the semi-major axis represents the average distance of the orbit from the Sun.

In the solar system model there is a circular orbit of the planet Venus, and it is centered on the Sun, so it crosses the orbits of the other planets. There are no other planets in

What’s New in the?

The model was developed by (re)using the Java2D package and some of the java.awt.geom.Ellipse2D methods. A Java version is available from
The model has four windows (two of them are hidden). In the top window, where the planets are displayed, the model looks like the diagram in the article Below the top window is a new window, where the user can choose which planet to view. The second window shows Sun and the other planet. Sun is shown as a red circle, the planet as a green circle, and the red circle is expanded to display the Earth and Moon as well. In this window, the orientation of the planets with respect to Earth is changed for each planet. In the third window, the user can choose to view Sun and planet against the background stars. The fourth window shows the data from the top window and the user can zoom in or out, and change the orientation.

Most of the graphics in this model were taken from the image at
The diagram of the motion of Jupiter’s moons at was also used.

The Kepler System Model is intended to help illustrate Kepler’s final theory of planetary motion. The program can also be used for a quick display of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, or the asteroids.

3. Arnold, Guy L. Kepler, Newton, Leonardo da Vinci, and the Cult of Copernicus. New York: Columbia University Press, 1985.

4. Arnold, Guy L. “Kepler’s Law, Newton’s Law, and the Huygens Center”. In Newton: Texts, Backgrounds, Commentary. Ed. Stanley L. Jaki. New York: Abaris Books, 1980. Print.

5. Carroll, Sean M. Mathematical Gems. New York: Dover Publications, Inc., 1989.

6. Copernicus, Nicolaus. On the Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres. (2015).

7. Copernicus, Nicolaus. On the Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres. (2015).

8. Copernicus, Nicolaus. On the Revolutions of Heavenly Spheres. (2015).

9. Copernicus,

System Requirements:

*Xbox 360 – XBOX 360 with internet connection
*Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo CPU (2GHz) or AMD Athlon 64 CPU (2.4GHz)
*RAM: 2 GB
*Video: Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT (or ATI Radeon HD 4850) or better
*Hard Drive: 50 GB available space
*Audio: 3.5 channel surround system (DVD Audio 5.1 preferred), or 7.1 channel surround system (with dedicated 7.1-channel receiver)
*Control: Keyboard, mouse

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