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==Welcome on the free astronomy wiki==
 
==Welcome on the free astronomy wiki==
  
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Free software for astronomy is discussed and documented, whether they are related to:
 
Free software for astronomy is discussed and documented, whether they are related to:
 
* [[Telescope Control:Main|Telescope and other device control]], autoguiding, autofocus, filter wheel commands, and so on.
 
* [[Telescope Control:Main|Telescope and other device control]], autoguiding, autofocus, filter wheel commands, and so on.
* [[Cartography:Main|Cartography]], all kinds of sky maps, particularly including slewing (GoTo).
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* [[Cartography:Main|Cartography]], all kinds of sky maps, particularly including telescope control features (GoTo).
 
* [[Image Processing:Main|Image processing]].
 
* [[Image Processing:Main|Image processing]].
  
  
A [[Hardware compatibility list|Hardware Compatibility List]] for GNU/Linux systems is updated regularly.
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A [[Hardware compatibility list|Hardware Compatibility List]] for GNU/Linux systems is available.
  
  
''Free astronomy'' also hosts two projects: [[MCMTII]], drivers for an open telescope motorization, and [[Siril]], an astronomical image processing software.
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''Free astronomy'' also hosts two projects: [[Siril]], an astronomical image processing software and [[MCMTII]], drivers for the open telescope motorization .
  
  
 
If you want to '''contribute''' to the wiki, you need to [[Special:RequestAccount|request an account]], which is a moderated process to prevent spam. After that, you can [[Special:UserLogin|log in]] and start editing. [[User:Vincent|Contact]].
 
If you want to '''contribute''' to the wiki, you need to [[Special:RequestAccount|request an account]], which is a moderated process to prevent spam. After that, you can [[Special:UserLogin|log in]] and start editing. [[User:Vincent|Contact]].
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Revision as of 10:01, 21 September 2016

Welcome on the free astronomy wiki

Free as in free software (as in free speech), moreover it's free of charges (as in free beer) and well documented to enable people contributing to it.


Free software for astronomy is discussed and documented, whether they are related to:


A Hardware Compatibility List for GNU/Linux systems is available.


Free astronomy also hosts two projects: Siril, an astronomical image processing software and MCMTII, drivers for the open telescope motorization .


If you want to contribute to the wiki, you need to request an account, which is a moderated process to prevent spam. After that, you can log in and start editing. Contact.