Kepler System Model are some Java based simulations specially designed to illustrate Kepler’s final theory of planetary motion. In this theory the planets orbit in ellipses with Sun at one focus (Kepler’s First Law). These elliptical orbits are not necessarily all in the same plane. A line from Sun to the planet sweeps out equal areas in equal times (Kepler’s Second Law). The square a planet’s period is directly proportional to the cube of the semimajor axis of its elliptical orbit (Kepler’s Third Law).
The simulation shows Earth’s orbit around Sun, as well as the orbit of one other planet. The user can choose to show one of the five visible planets (Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, or Saturn), or a fictitious planet. The top window shows the orbits of the planets around Sun. The view can be changed by clicking and dragging in the window, and a zoom slider is provided to zoom in or out. The bottom window shows the view of Sun and planet against the background stars as seen from Earth.
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You can download it directly by clicking on the link below, and then in case you have Java enabled you will be able to open the application with OpenJFX:
But there is a chance that you don’t have Java, or even if you have Java but you don’t have OpenJFX, so we have to make this application work with a hosted version of Java. So we have installed Java 8 in our server and this version is running on our server, it’s not the same version that you have in your machine, but this version is very good. We have also packaged this application in a portable ZIP file, and you can download it directly from our page. It’s necessary to do the installation of the Java 8 manually because of the instruction that is contained in the package, so we have provided you also a link that will allow you to download the package and the manual installation instructions are available in the link that we have provided below, so please follow the instructions carefully because it’s possible that in the future you may need to update the version of Java in your computer.
The instructions for the installation are the following:
1. Go to the end of this page, the Java 8 version is shown:
2. Download the ZIP file that you have just downloaded (Java 8 + Software needed)
3. Extract the ZIP file
4. This will create the new folder “Java 8” in your computer
5. From this folder there is only one file, it’s a text file, it’s a text file with the name “installation.txt”
6. Double click on this file
7. It will open a new window, it has instructions for the installation of the new version of Java
8. Follow these instructions, it’s very easy, just follow them carefully
9. After you have completed the installation of the Java update you will have a new version of Java in your computer. After you have finished the installation of the Java update, you can remove the old version of Java 8 if you want.
The environment information are contained in a new folder at the end of your computer. After finishing the installation you will find the link below that will show you all the information that you have in the enviroment:
Congratulations! You have successfully installed a new version of Java, in case you need any help, please remember to write us with your question and we will provide you with an answer as soon as we can.
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*Runs on Java, Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP. For source code, see source.java, or download the source and make your changes (if you do not agree with the license, then this of course will not work).
*Runs in the background, does not display the dialog boxes and menus.
*The user can choose whether to show Sun and all planets, or Sun and one planet.
*User can change the positions of all planets and Sun by dragging and dropping them
*Zoom in and out
*Change the background image
*Browse the solar system model using the “Select Your Planet” button on the top right corner, or using the menu on the left
*Show the visible area of Earth and the Sun, or just Earth and Sun
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Kepler System Model is an application developed in Java, in which you can simulate Kepler’s three laws of planetary motion. Currently, only the orbits of the five planets Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter and Saturn are simulated. A further application, Kepler Behaviours, allows you to create your own custom Kepler model, with any number of planets you want.
This application simulates the motion of the planets around the sun using the equations of Newton (Kepler’s First Law) and Newton’s Laws of Motion (Kepler’s Second and Third Laws). You have several ways of viewing the orbits. The orbits can be displayed in a fixed plane with a background stars, which is fixed in space. And you can either have the orbits in all planes fixed (so you are able to change the viewing angle of the planes) or the orbits can be displayed in different planes which are rotated with respect to each other. The orbits of the planets can be displayed as a circle or as an ellipse (Kepler’s First Law).
Finally, you can display the orbits of the planets as ellipses in different planes, or you can display the planets as circles in different planes.
Some of the parameters of the orbits are displayed in the bottom window as well. Here you can view the dimensionless semimajor axes of the planets (a, A, a, or b), the eccentricities of the orbits (e), the variation in the inclination of the orbits (i) and the rate of rotation of the orbits (r).
The main window also has a slider which allows you to make the simulation faster or slower.
The simulation runs relatively fast, can be zoomed and scales quite well. The simulation works in Java ME and you get some information about errors when running the simulation, e.g. it will tell you when it can not satisfy Kepler’s Third Law.
The application will be useful for the high school students who want to know more about the motion of the planets than they can learn in class, and also be of interest to the interested people in space and astronomy. The application uses the Kepler’s model as described in the book Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion. The application contains a Java tutorial to help the user run the simulation, and you can also view other user generated examples.
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Kepler System Model is a classical model of a planetary system including the five real planets, Sun, Moon, and fictitious planet. This model uses the latest estimation of the star’s mass/luminosity and distance from Earth, as well as semi-major axis of the planets. For Sun, it means the mean mass/luminosity and semimajor axis of the solar system are 2.2 kilograms/s and 1.4 billion meters. The distance between Sun and Earth is 384,400,000 kilometers. The mass of the fictitious planet is taken to be 1/2 of the sum of Moon’s and Mercury’s masses, and is 2,277,547 kg. The distance between Sun and the fictitious planet is taken to be 2,943,100 kilometers.
When Sun is selected as the only planet, the model shows the orbits of Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn. When the user selects more than one planet, the model shows the orbits of the chosen planets. There are two buttons to zoom in or out, and two sliders to increase or decrease the size of the orbits. When the user clicks on the button to bring the planet list on screen, it will select the first planet. Clicking the selected planet’s name will allow the user to select a planet again. The model uses J3D, a Java 3D application.
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System Requirements For Kepler System Model:
MAC OS X 10.8 or later
64-bit Intel-based CPU
2 GB RAM (8 GB or higher recommended)
512 MB RAM recommended
40 GB free hard drive space
To optimize the installation process, we recommend a 1 GB hard drive with at least 4 GB of RAM.
User data, updates, and configuration settings will be