SaVi 1.4.6

A simulator tool for Earth's satellites, running on Linux, BSD, Solaris, Windows and Mac
SaVi is a cross-platform and open source graphical software that can be used to view satellite constellations found on Earth’s orbit. It is a visualization program that allows users to create, modify, examine and execute satellite orbits in 2D and 3D.

SaVi includes various satellite constellations, such as Iridium, Galileo, Globalstar, and GPS. It provides support for OpenGL, it is compatible with the Geomview software, and features multiple Earth projections.

The application requires Tcl and Tk, and supports the Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, Microsoft Windows, and Mac OS X operating systems.

last updated on:
February 14th, 2014, 10:25 GMT
developed by:
Lloyd Wood
license type:
BSD License 
ROOT \ Science and Engineering \ Astronomy


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What's New in version 1.4.4
  • The SaVi 1.4.4 release (18 February 2011) builds on Tcl/Tk 8.6b1, updates script simulating O3b based on latest information, adds simulations of Japanese NeLS rosette and COMMstellation constellations, allows selection between existing J2 and classical J0 orbital models with -orbit-model flag, provides keyboard menu shortcuts (except on buggy Mac Tk), warns against deletion of help textfiles, supports building with just 'make' on x86_64 linux systems, adds notes on packaging and release processes.
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