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blog:articles:software:obitcalc_release_notes [2020/04/16 12:28] – [2.0.4 (2796)] Phil Ide | blog:articles:software:obitcalc_release_notes [2020/09/30 23:09] (current) – [Orbital Calculator v2.x Release Notes] Phil Ide | ||
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+ | ===== 2.0.8 (2890) ===== | ||

+ | - Fixed error where numbers in exponent format (e.g. 3.34e-6) weren' | ||

+ | - Added Spherical Calculations to the Gravitational Masses menu | ||

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+ | Spherical Calculations allow you to determine: radius, circumference, | ||

+ | ===== 2.0.7 (2888) ===== | ||

+ | - added ability to get escape velocity in km/s, m/s and mile/s in the Gravitation and Motion screen | ||

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+ | ===== 2.0.6 (2872) ===== | ||

+ | - Added new ' | ||

+ | - Added ability to calculate any one of Distance, Speed or Time from the other two | ||

+ | - Added ability to calculate Free Fall characteristics (velocity, height) from host mass and duration of fall | ||

+ | - Added ability to calculate and/or convert constant acceleration parameters (initial velocity, final velocity, rate of acceleration, | ||

+ | - Added ability to calculate position of centre of gravity in an n-body system in 3D space | ||

+ | - Fixed issue where certain conversion functions didn't handle division by zero correctly | ||

+ | - Updated Lagrange Points help file with animation | ||

===== 2.0.5 (2843) ===== | ===== 2.0.5 (2843) ===== | ||

- | - Added ability to calculate Schwartzschild an Photon Sphere radii based on mass | + | - Added ability to calculate Schwartzschild and Photon Sphere radii based on mass |

- Added ability to calculate Synodic Period of two orbiting objects based on orbital distances and mass of central body | - Added ability to calculate Synodic Period of two orbiting objects based on orbital distances and mass of central body | ||

- Added ability to calculate Synodic Period of two orbiting objects based on their orbital periods | - Added ability to calculate Synodic Period of two orbiting objects based on their orbital periods |

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