debian-astro 2.1 source package in Ubuntu

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debian-astro (2.1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Add einsteinpy, python3-pynpoint, python3-orbit-predictor, heliopy
  * Disable python 2 metapackage and web index entry
  * Add astroscrappy and astrodendro to ascl
  * Update d/control and task-desc

 -- Ole Streicher <email address hidden>  Fri, 13 Sep 2019 11:44:10 +0200

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Debian Astronomy Maintainers on 2019-09-13
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Binary packages built by this source

astro-all: Default selection of tasks for Debian Astro

 This package is part of the Debian Astro Pure Blend and installs all
 tasks for a default installation of this blend.

astro-catalogs: Astronomy catalogs

 This metapackage will install a selection astronomical catalogs. Please note
 that due to their size, most catalogs are not included in Debian. Check the
 CDS web service for additional catalogs if needed.

astro-datareduction: Data reduction pipelines for astronomy

 The term data reduction in astronomy means the data processing from the raw
 exposures up to scientific usable data. This includes the basic CCD
 processing, the astrometric and photometric calibrations, the reprocessing,
 error estimation and other steps.
 .
 This metapackage will install astronomy data reduction pipelines that can be
 used universally, but also those for specific telescopes.

astro-development: C/C++ development packages for astronomy

 This metapackage will install Debian Astro packages which might be
 helpful for the development of (mainly C/C++) astronomical applications. Note
 that Java, Python and Tcl/Tk packages are not included here; they can be
 installed by selecting the according tasks.

astro-education: Educational astronomy applications

 This metapackage depends on various applications that can be used to
 teach astronomy.

astro-frameworks: Astronomical data analysis frameworks

 This metapackage will install large astronomical data analysis
 frameworks, which usually provide their own script language. Please
 notice that the Gnu Data Language has its own metapackage astro-gdl,
 IRAF is in astro-iraf, and the Astropy framework is in the astro-python3
 metapackage.

astro-gdl: IDL/GDL packages for astronomy

 GDL (GNU Data Language) is a free replacement for the commercial software IDL
 (Interactive Data Language). It has full syntax compatibility with IDL 7.1
 and is usable for astronomical data analysis. This metapackage will install
 astronomy related packages usable with GDL; especially the IDL Astronomy
 Users Library.

astro-iraf: IRAF packages

 IRAF (Image Reduction an Analysis Facility) is a general purpose software
 system for the reduction and analysis of astronomical data.
 This metapackage will install IRAF and its associated packages.

astro-java: Java packages for astronomy

 This metapackage will install packages that are useful to develop Java
 applications for astronomy. Apart from FITS file handling, this is mainly used
 for VO applications.

astro-publication: Packages for the publication and presentation of astronomical data

 This metapackage will install software for the preparation of astronomical
 data to publish them in journals or on the web.

astro-python3: Python 3 packages for astronomy

 This metapackage will install Python 3 packages for astronomy. The packages
 can be used for interactive analysis, or to create specific programs.

astro-radioastronomy: Radio Astronomy Software

 This metapackage will install Debian Astro packages for radio astronomy. It
 should contain most of the required tools that a radio astronomer require for
 setting up a data reduction pipeline.

astro-simulation: Simulation packages for astronomy

 This metapackage will install packages for celestial, astronomical and
 cosmological simulations.

astro-tasks: Debian Astronomy Pure Blend (tasksel tasks)

 Debian Astro is a "Debian Pure Blend" with the aim to develop a Debian based
 operating system that fits the requirements of both professional and hobby
 astronomers. It integrates a large number of software packages covering
 telescope control, data reduction, presentation and other fields.
 .
 If this package will be installed all tasks which are provided by Debian
 Astro will be added to the tasksel menu.

astro-tcltk: Tcl/Tk packages for astronomy

 This metapackage will install packages that are useful to develop Tcl/Tk
 applications for astronomy.

astro-telescopecontrol: Telescope control and data processing

 This metapackage will install Debian Astro packages to control (mainly
 amateur) telescopes and do their data reduction.

astro-tools: Astronomy tools and utilities

 This metapackage will install small tools provided by Debian Astronomy
 packages. These tools handle smaller tasks, mainly dealing with FITS files.

astro-viewers: Interactive astronomical data viewers

 This metapackage will install software for the interactive visual inspection
 of astronomical data. Note that Python packages can be used for interactive
 inspection as well within the ipython environment.

astro-virtual-observatory: Tools and viewers for the Virtual Observatory

 This metapackage will install commonly used interfaces for interacting with
 datasets and archive data within the online distributed Virtual Observatory.
 .
 The Virtual Observatory allows astronomers to interrogate multiple data
 centers in a seamless and transparent way, provides new powerful analysis and
 visualization tools within that system, and gives data centers a standard
 framework for publishing and delivering services using their data. This is
 made possible by standardization of data and metadata, by standardization of
 data exchange methods, and by the use of a registry, which lists available
 services and what can be done with them.
 .
 When running, many of these tools can communicate with each other
 using the Simple Application Messaging Protocol (SAMP)

debian-astro-logo: Debian Astronomy Pure Blends Logo

 Debian Astro is a "Debian Pure Blend" with the aim to develop a Debian based
 operating system that fits the requirements of both professional and hobby
 astronomers. It integrates a large number of software packages covering
 telescope control, data reduction, presentation and other fields.
 .
 This package contains the Logo of the Debian Astronomy Pure Blend in different
 formats and resolutions.