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Make your own 2D markers

Make your own 2D markers

Edward I. Gee - 11/19/2018

Previously in my FAQ, Make your own Markers, I showed you how to make and use custom markers for the 3D window. This time, I’ll show you how to do the same thing for the 2D window.

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ODTK Runtime is now available on Linux!

ODTK Runtime is now available on Linux!

Tom Johnson - 11/19/2018

The ODTK 6.6 release includes ODTK runtime on Linux and a new Cross-platform API. 
 

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AGI at the Japan International Aerospace Exhibition 2018

AGI at the Japan International Aerospace Exhibition 2018

Stephanie Eftimiades - 11/16/2018

The team is packing up to once again participate in the Japan International Aerospace Exhibition (JA2018) from 28-30 November in Tokyo. Our local partner, LSAS Tec, willl join us to exhibit in booth 7309 in the US Pavilion.

AGI is also excited to feature demonstrations from Astroscale, the leading commercial developer of End-of-Life  and Active Debris Removal services, as we collaborate to tackle the important issue of orbital sustainability.

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When there’s something strange in your low earth orbit, who ya gonna call?

When there’s something strange in your low earth orbit, who ya gonna call?

Maggie Handler - 11/16/2018

Since the Space and Defense Software Expo was my first AGI-hosted gig, I had a lot to learn before diving in.

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Announcing STK Scalability Extension 1.5

Announcing STK Scalability Extension 1.5

Kristian Calhoun - 11/13/2018

The STK Scalability Extension Framework allows you to do more in less time. As a parallel computing solution, the Scalability Extension distributes computations across multiple cores/machines on a network to take advantage of their resources and improve performance time for what could otherwise be lengthy calculations.

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