based on real space data
Pramantha is a solution to pave the way towards open and distributed space exploration through data analysis and web applications.
Pramantha platform originates from Project Chronos, the journey beginning here will guide users through a gamified experience revolving around space science and exploration.
The first step is going to be Xploration, an App that lets users build their own nanosatellites using real-world off-the-shelves CubeSat instruments. More games, data-tools and scientific apps are going to be present in the platform in the next months to give users the possibility for a personal look into Space through data-visualization technologies and games.
We are creating a servers infrastructure that combines data retrieved by orbital and non-orbital missions, sensors, relevant scientific knowledge from physics and engineering, unstructured and textual data, such as webpages, articles and scientific publications related to space science and the space economy.
Earth is the cradle of humanity, but one cannot live in a cradle forever.
Konstantin E. Tsiolkovsky
Thousands of rovers and micro-probes will be surfing the System, controlled by many private and public institutions and,
eventually, by private citizens, with the goal of collecting and sharing data. Space is too vast to have
restricted access: cheap technologies as micro-satellites, citizen science, open research, private launchers, multidisciplinarity,
and always more specialized knowledge are taking part to the adventure.
This adventure has already begun thanks to "low-cost space missions" initiatives that leverage crowd-sourced and crowd-funded approaches to make space exploration a common effort to a wider range of researchers.
With the support of users, the team of researchers developers and artists we gathered is willing to shape these energies through Pramantha.
The first working version of our API is out. Try it out using the documented endpoints!
New datastore and new endpoints are out: take a look -- UPDATE -- We are moving into the new Graph API!
Working on the RDF vocabularies: ontology.projectchronos.eu
and on the concept: github.com/SpaceAppsXploration/Xploration-2015
NASA Dawn mission reached and is orbiting Dwarf Planet Ceres. Great job!
Using Project Chronos' Know-How we start this new venture, with old and new members
@lorenzogotuned had the pleasure to follow the conference-call with Karen Yeun and Flynn Platt from JPL about the first release of OCO-2's Earth data. Thanks to guys at iSeeChange.Org
Huge Milestone For All Space Explorers Around. Thanks Guys at ESA!
@jdurandi have had the great opportunity to learn from the best software engineers how to handle data coming from the Navigation and Ancillary Information Facility. Thanks guys!
@lorenzogotuned takes this image of the actual linked data in the database
Giacomo is at IAC2014, getting in touch with aerospace players and designers.
@lorenzogotuned has spent three days with the design team at Royal College of Art, London. Great lcoation, great people, cool activities. Thanks guys!
A lot of new contacts we have met in Lancaster, UK
Thanks to Oliver for this great web-design
Locho Soo Kim drawings for the simulator
A new piece of design is in town: the textual version of the simulator is up for a try and some feedback.
Test phase started at math and physics summer campus near Novara(Italy), thanks to Christopher
Coming soon in this section all the updates about how everything is going.
New creations, new animations, new game design. Live with us the first steps for a world-wide collaborating community.
What is going to be in later days the Project Chronos Team is awarded at 2014 SpaceApps Rome