It is a software for preliminary space missions analysis and design, born in 2008 after 2 years of development. Several improvements and new features have been then implemented up to now, such as STARMAD-UFO, and Graphics.
You can get STARMAD for FREE. Trial version is limited in features and you will need to purchase a license to fully unlock it.
Latest version is STARMAD v3.2. Different types of license are available: commercial, university, student.
Customers are from Industries as well as Universities with a worldwide distribution. Join them, start using STARMAD!
Through a very easy to use graphical user interface GUI, you can immediately start to configure your space mission by inserting required inputs. The software offers the possibility to perform one, some, or all tasks covered in its Structure for a Space Mission Analysis and Design. Once configured, simply press Run!
In automatically linking all Space Mission aspects with their associated interdependencies, STARMAD is able to simplify complexity of the problem. It facilitates a fast and effective interaction of all disciplines involved, ensuring consistent high-quality results for an end-to-end design of a space mission.
STARMAD has the ability to evaluate and display results instantaneously. You can quickly check witch formula have been used through the U.F.O. module and export your results. Visualize computed orbits through its graphical section. You will have the possibility to control all complex Space Mission subjects in a concurrent manner with one tool.
Spacecraft design process is based on mathematical models, which are implemented inside STARMAD. By this means, a consistent set of design parameters can be automatically defined and exchanged throughout the software sections. And any change, which may have an impact on other disciplines, can immediately be identified and assessed. In this way, a number of design iterations can be performed, and different design options can easily be analysed and compared.
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