Whilst looking about for a simple Mathematica climate simulation, I ran across some .m files dedicated to just that purpose. As I recognized .m as the extension for a Mathematica package, I snapped ’em up and tried installing them. Total, … Continue reading
Posted in Links, Planetary Stuff, Science!
Tagged astrographer, atmosphere, climate, climates, climatology, conworld, conworlding, mathematica, matlab, octave, planetdata, World Building, worldbuilding, worldbuilding links
Gotta have the linkfests! Due to a number of things I’ve been confused and uncertain of late, my research has gone in a lot of strange and disparate directions. My discovery of, “Stability of Satellites Around Close-in Extrasolar Planets”, had obvious … Continue reading
I’m eager to get to mapping Yaccatrice, so I’m kind of skimming over this step. The Yaccatrene people are pretty well planet-bound, so I’m keeping things pretty simple with respect to the other planets in the system. I used the … Continue reading
Posted in Planetary Stuff, Science Fiction, World Building
Tagged astrographer, astronomy, atmosphere, conworld, conworlding, orbital mechanics, orbits, planetdata, Science Fiction, sf, stardata, World Building, worldbuilding
First off, sorry about the delay. Looking back over part IV of my Yaccatrice workflow, I realized I screwed up almost every calculation I made. Trouble is, every time I try to recalculate things seem to come up different, so … Continue reading