This page collects together various web-based tools that I've created and/or extended.
Stellar Structure & Evolution
- MESA-Web, a web interface to the MESA stellar evolution code. I make extensive use of MESA-Web in teaching stellar structure and evolution in my Astronomy 310 class.
- EZ-Web, a web interface to Bill Paxton's Evolve ZAMS stellar evolution code. EZ-Web has been superseded by MESA-Web, but I continue to support it as a legacy service.
- Poly-Web, an on-line code for calculating polytropes — simplified stellar models that obey a polytropic equation of state.
- OC-Web, a collection of web-based interfaces to the codes accompanying the textbook An Introduction to Modern Stellar Astrophysics (Ostlie & Carroll).
- An ephemeris tool for predicting the times of periodic phenomena in various stars I'm interested in (MiMeS version here)
- A geochron I created, showing the regions of the Earth's surface in daylight and in shadow.
Updated 2021-09-07 20:52:36