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AstroGravAstroGrav 2022 mac is a full-featured, high-precision solar-system simulator that calculates the gravitational interactions between all astronomical bodies, so that the motions of asteroids and comets are simulated much more accurately than with planetarium applications. The effects of general relativity and radiation pressure can be taken into account, and superb interactive 3D viewing allows you to easily rotate and zoom your view while the solar system evolves.

The AstroGrav crack software has a huge range of features and viewing options, including views from space or any object, planetarium-style views from any location on Earth, multiple views animated simultaneously, dynamically calculated orbits and trajectories, comprehensive tabular data, and simulation time steps from a fraction of a second to thousands of years. Constellations and over 100,000 background stars are included, with comprehensive data for every star. Several different celestial coordinate grids and a wide range of physical units are available, and editing facilities allow you to create new objects manually, or import from hundreds of thousands of asteroids and comets.

Because it calculates the motions of bodies from their gravitational interactions, AstroGrav for mac is not restricted to just the solar system. Any situation in which gravity is the only significant force can be simulated, and the illustrative sample files that are included with AstroGrav mac crack include many examples such as exoplanet systems, protoplanets that evolve into planetary systems, rubble piles and their interactions with massive bodies, complex star systems, and even projectiles and bouncing balls.AstroGrav MacWhat’s New?

Importing Objects

  • The asteroid tables have a new Brighter Than… category, which allows you to quickly find asteroids that are brighter than a specified magnitude on a particular date and time.
  • The asteroid tables have a new Closer Than… category, which allows you to quickly find asteroids that are closer than a specified distance on a particular date and time.
  • The asteroid tables have a new Faster Than… category, which allows you to quickly find asteroids that are faster than a specified angular velocity on a particular date and time.
  • The asteroid tables have a new Within… category, which allows you to quickly find asteroids that are close to a specified point on the celestial sphere on a particular date and time.
  • The accuracy of the magnitudes of imported asteroids has been greatly improved.
  • The asteroid and comet tables now display hyphens instead of default values in cells with unknown values, to better reflect the original website data.
  • A bug has been fixed that caused the hundreds digits of Lowell asteroids’ inclinations to be omitted.
  • The Small Body tab has been added to the preferences dialog, allowing you to change the addresses from which the downloaded data is obtained if necessary.

Manually Drawn Angles

  • A manually drawn angle remains until it is manually removed, which is done by re-drawing the angle.
  • Manually drawn angles never disappear automatically, as they did in earlier versions of AstroGrav.
  • Manually drawn angles are saved to disk, so that you can still see them when a simulation is re-opened.
  • Manually drawn angles are visible on snapshots taken with the Tools / Take Snapshot… command.
  • Manually drawn angles are visible on a duplicate window that is created with the Window / Duplicate… command.

Background Stars

  • Rise, transit, and set times have been added to the background star popups when viewing from a location on the Earth.
  • Planetary Aberration, Refraction, and Use JNow checkboxes have been added to the information window that is displayed after double-clicking on a background star.
  • The time zone has been added to the information window that is displayed after double-clicking on a background star.
  • Faint background stars can now be double-clicked to display an information window, in the same way as the main background stars.

Table Fonts

  • The font used for tables has been changed to a monospaced font, to ensure that exported table data (as shown in a text editor) exactly matches the table data as displayed in AstroGrav.
  • A Font chooser has been added to the table preferences, which provides a choice of suitable monospaced fonts for displaying tables.
  • The default column widths of all types of table have been adjusted to take into account the change to a monospaced font.
  • The sample simulations have been updated to reflect the change to a monospaced font in tables.
  • The display of table data has been speeded up to be about twice as fast as it was in earlier versions of AstroGrav.

Printing

  • A printout now only overflows onto a second page if it’s really necessary.
  • A printout now only takes as few pages as is reasonably possible, with the printout scaled to minimize the amount of white space.
  • The default page orientation has been changed from portrait to landscape on view windows and table windows. This only affects new windows and new simulations – existing simulations are not automatically updated.
  • The sample simulations have all been updated so that their view windows and table windows have landscape as their default page orientation.
  • A bug has been fixed that could leave a view window’s colors inverted after cancelling its print dialog.

Other Improvements

  • Various minor improvements have been made to the sample simulations.
  • Planetary Aberration, Refraction, and Use JNow checkboxes have been added to the information window that is displayed after double-clicking on an object in a solar system simulation.
  • When created from a view window, an ephemeris table now copies its initial Planetary Aberration setting from the view window.
  • A bug has been fixed that could cause centering to be inaccurate after using the Edit / Find… command.
  • A bug has been fixed that could cause the points on view window tracks to be missing, or to be displayed in the wrong places.
  • A bug has been fixed that caused the collision time to be inaccurate when searching for a collision with the Evolve / Evolve To… command.
  • A bug has been fixed that could cause orbits to be displayed in the wrong place when planetary aberration was switched on.

Requirements:

  • Mac OS X Kodiak, 10.0 (Cheetah), 10.1 (Puma), 10.2 (Jaguar), 10.3 (Panther), 10.4 (Tiger), 10.5 (Leopard), 10.6 (Snow Leopard)
  • OS X 10.7 (Lion), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.11 (El Capitan)
  • macOS 10.12 (Sierra), 10.13 (High Sierra), 10.14 (Mojave), 10.15 (Catalina), 11.0 (Big Sur), 12.0 (Monterey) and Later Version.
  • Supported Hardware: Intel or Apple Chip (M1) or PowerPC Mac.


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