- KSPedia for the Ti-84+CE
- 16 Mar 2017 08:22:12 pm
Big thanks to Pieman7373 for modding the image for me Also, PT_ for the verbal support during the process.
I was going over random things in my CE in order to make sure that anything important on it is saved so that I can upgrade my OS to 5.2. In doing so, I came across a KSPedia I had made, which I decided was worth uploading. The program will display the Sphere of Influence, The presence of an atmosphere, the presence of oxygen, the atmospheric height, the altitude for a synchronous orbit, the surface gravity, the escape velocity, the ΔV to low orbit, the Equatorial radius and the Standard Gravitational Parameter, as well as an additional table for the height of each reference frame for each body. If you're like me and you like to play KSP with a protractor and a graphing calculator near by, then this can actually be pretty useful because you don't have to leave full-screen mode to go see the online version of the KSPedia.
Here is a screenshot as well as the download link.
Also, while going through my calculator, I found a strange piece of code which takes 2 numbers as input and outputs something that looks like an integral, but I don't know what its doing. I know I'm the one who wrote it because the name of the program is the name of a friend of mine. If anyone wants to have a crack at it, here is a link to that code ...