IRAF is the Image Reduction and Analysis Facility, a general purpose software system for the reduction and analysis of astronomical data. hot
With AstroVirgil you can analyze data from the space-based Chandra X-ray telescope. You can study supernovas, black holes and the center of galaxies. Above is the main AstroVirgil window showing what is left of Cas A, a star that blew some time ago.
European Southern Observatory Munich Image Data Analysis System provides general tools for image processing and data reduction with emphasis on astronomical applications including imaging and special reduction packages.
Fitsblink is a program for analysis of astronomical images, especially of asteroids and comets. It has the following features: On-screen comparison of the FITS images. It can load and display a number of images, each with its own grey level correction and translation relative to other images, an load images in FITS, compressed FITS (.fts.Z) or gzipped FITS (.fts.gz) formats, shows the celestial coordinates at the cursor position, images can be displayed in grey level or color mode. Fitsblink can also create star lists, import star lists, match star lists with GSC and USNO A and SA catalogs.
General Mission Analysis Tool
The General Mission Analysis Tool (GMAT) is a space trajectory optimization and mission analysis system developed by NASA and private industry in the spirit of the NASA Vision. GMAT contains new technology and is a testbed for future technology development.
Grenoble Image and Line Data Analysis Software: a collection of software developed by the Observatoire de Grenoble and IRAM, oriented towards radioastronomy applications
The MYRaf is a practicable astronomical image reduction and photometry software and interface for IRAF.
Orbit Reconstruction, Simulation and Analysis is a C++ framework for the development of algorithms oriented to the simulation and analysis of the orbital evolution of bodies in space. Read more
SPECTRUM is a stellar spectral synthesis program written by Richard O. Gray of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, Appalachian State University for both research and education in astronomy. SPECTRUM runs on a number of platforms.
The Space Telescope Science Data Analysis System (STSDAS) is a software package for reducing and analyzing astronomical data. It is layered on top of IRAF and provides general-purpose tools for astronomical data analysis as well as routines specifically designed for HST data. In particular, STSDAS contains all the programs used for the calibration and reduction of HST data in the STScI post-observation processing pipelines.