Stellarium is a planetarium for your computer. It shows a realistic sky in 3D, just like what you see with the naked eye, binoculars or a telescope. It is being used in planetarium projectors. Just set your coordinates and go.


KStars is a Desktop Planetarium. It provides an accurate graphical simulation of the night sky, from any location on Earth, at any date and time. The display includes upto 100 million stars, 13,000 deep-sky objects,all 8 planets, the Sun and Moon, and thousands of comets and asteroids.Features

* Catalogs:
o Default catalog consisting of stars to magnitude 8


Kig is a program for exploring geometric constructions. Kig is meant as a useful and powerful utility for high school students and teachers. It is fun to work together with other people on it.


KGeography is a geography learning tool.

Right now it has six usage modes:

* Browse the maps clicking in a map division to see it's name
* The game tells you a map division name and you have to click on it
* The game gives you an empty map and you have to place divisions on it one by one
* The game tells you a capital and you have to guess the division it belongs to


Kalzium is an application which will show you some information about the periodic system of the elements. Therefore you could use it as an information database.


GraphThing is a tool that allows you to create, manipulate and study graphs. These "graphs" are mathematical objects (look at this introduction to Graph Theory) that describe relationships between sets; they are not 2D plots, charts, or anything similar to that. If the image on the right means nothing to you, you're probably at the wrong place.


GPeriodic is a program for looking up data of elements from the periodic table. It allows you to browse through a periodic table of chemical elements, and view somewhat detailed information on each of the elements. 118 elements are currently listed.


A program which allows you to document and organise your archaeological finds.


3D surface plot Genius is a general purpose calculator program. It is useful both as a simple calculator and as a research or educational tool. The syntax is very intuitive and is designed to mimic how mathematics is usually written. GEL is the name of its extension language, it stands for Genius Extension Language. Interestingly, many of the standard genius functions are written in GEL itself.


EasyChem is a program that helps you creating high quality diagrams of molecules and 2D chemical formulas that can be exported to PDF, PS, LaTeX and fig. The program was originally developed to create diagrams for chemistry books and is now frequently used for this purpose in commercial and non-commercial chemistry-related books.