Openastro.org is an open source fully featured astrology application developed on Ubuntu. It includes a Python program to display natal charts, online astrology wiki and discussions on esoteric astrology.
The software produces beautiful charts. It is easy to use with an intuitive interface.
The software needs pyswisseph/python3-swisseph, a Python extension to AstroDienst Swiss Ephemeris library. Other dependencies are: python-gtk2, python-dateutil, python-gnome2-desktop (>= 2.16), python-cairo (>= 1.2.0), librsvg2-bin (for rsvg-convert binary), imagemagick, and openastro.org-data.
- Natal/Radix Charts.
- Transit Charts.
- Synastry/Combine/Composite Charts.
- Solar Return / Secondary Progressions.
- Customizeable Planets & Aspects.
- Additional celestial bodies: Chiron, Pholus, Ceres, Pallas, Juno, Vesta.
- Fictional points: North/South Node, Day/Night Pars.
- Cusp Aspects.
- Monthly Timeline.
- European and Traditional chart view.
- Online Atlas (Geocoder) using google maps (virtually every location).
- Offline Atlas (Geonames database) with about 80.000 major cities.
- Database export/import, Save as JPG, PNG, SVG, OAC.
- Import from skylendar (*.skif), oroboros (*.xml).
- Import from astrolog32 (*.dat), zet8 dbase (*.zds).
- Ephemeris files for 1800 AD – 2400 AD.
- PySwisseph swiss ephemeris wrapper.
- Supports a wide range of languages: Arabic (partial), Brazilian Portuguese, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (Traditional), Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Esperanto (partial), Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese (partial), Low German, Bokmal Norvegian, Polish, Romany, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and Ukrainian (partial)
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