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HARMONICS (HAyabusa Remote MONItoring and Commanding System)

#Overview
HARMONICS is a visualization tool based on SPICE[1] for FOVs of scientific instruments and geometry between spacecraft (S/C) and target asteroid in Hayabusa/Hayabusa2 missions.
This has been developed by students in Univ. of Aizu.
Ueno+(2017)[2] has replaced GUI libraries from GTK to Qt.
Aoki+(2018)[3] is the latest version as open source materials including results of PBL courses supported by FY2017-19 Coordination Funds for Promoting AeroSpace Utilizaiton, MEXT, Japan[4].
Aizu Laboratory, Inc.[5] supports development and maintenance of the software.
This version 2.0 is corresponding to a part of HARMONICS 1.0 for the original Hayabusa in 2005.
HARMONICS is going to be refined for Hayabusa2 Rendezvous with the asteroid Ryugu[6] in this summer.
HARMONICS 1.0 developed by Ms. E. Nemoto[7] contributed to top science of the original Hayabusa by deciding shutter chances with Camera Science Team[8]. HARMONICS was also used for visual inspection of shape model[9] developed by Univ. of Aizu by means of comparison between observed images and simulated ones.

#Download
*Open Source Materials
You need to build development environment for using HARMONICS.
Latest version (MacOS)
Previous versions
Required items;
- macOS + Xcode
- Qt Creator
- Homebrew for installing libraries
Please check procedures in #Documents/“Installation of HARMONICS”
for Linux(Ubuntu) and VM on Windows (VirtualBox)]
Please check procedures in #Documents/“Installation of HARMONICS”
#Release Notes
2018.3.19 HARMONICS 2.0.0 for the original Hayabusa has been released.
2018.5.19 HARMONICS 2.0.1 has been released.
           Supporting SPICE N66
           Verified by Qt5.10.1
           Other minor bug fixes
2018.9.28 HARMONICS 2.1.0 has been released.
           Data management for each project based on preferences.
           Visualization of footprint-like observation area with FOV-fructus
           Operation check on Linux(Ubuntu) and on VM(VirtualBox) over Windows.
           Other minor bug fixes

#Documents
Installation of HARMONICS (macOS)
Installation of HARMONICS (Linux)
About HARMONICS

#Developers and advisors
HARMONICS 1.0
 OG of Univ. of Aizu
  Etsuko Nemoto
 Supervisors at that time
  Noriaki Asada
  Hirohide Demura
  Members of AMICA Science Team, Hayabusa Project

HARMONICS 2.0 by Project-based Learning Course “Utilization of Remote Sensing Data”
 OB of Univ. of Aizu
  Wataru Ueno
  Yuya Aoki
 Coaches for development
  Yukinori Yamaguchi (AY2018 First Semester, Aizu Laboratory, Inc.)
  Misaki Ichikawa (AY2017 Second Semester, Aizu Laboratory, Inc.)
 Students of HARMONICS developers group in AY2018 First Semester
  Masashi Kumagai
  Yuta Inoue
  Yoshiya Matsukawa
  Hiroshi Sakai
  Akira Hikichi
  Shota Sugie
  Tomoya Tasaki
 Teaching/Student Assistants in AY2018
  Yuya Aoki
  Kentaro Suko
  Takashi Sonoke
  Ryoya Ito
 Students of HARMONICS developers group in AY2017
  Yurika Iwabuchi
  Shintaro Tsunoda
  Tatsuro Kobayashi
  Masashi Kumagai
  Yunosuke Miyamoto
  Yuta Inoue
  Seiyu Majima
  Mai Uchida
  Kenshi Teshirogi
  Yoshiyuki Saito
 Teaching/Student Assistants in AY2017
  Yuya Aoki
  Kentaro Suko
  Takashi Sonoke
  Ryoya Ito
 Supervisors/Advisors
  Hirohide Demura
  Naru Hirata
  Members of Hayabusa2 Project

#Contact
harmonics@u-aizu.ac.jp

#License
(c) 2018 The University of Aizu
HARMONICS 2.0 is released under the GNU General Public License.

#Acknowledgements
HARMONICS was originally developed as a research project by students at the University of Aizu.
This has bee developed with a lot of advices from Hayabusa/Hayabusa2 members.
Current HARMONICS project in ARC-Space is composed of students’ research and PBL courses, which are supported by “FY2017-19 Coordination Funds for Promoting AeroSpace Utilizaiton MEXT, Japan".
Aizu Laboratory, Inc. supports development and maintenance of the software.
HARMONICS has been also supported by JSPS KAKENHI Grant Number 15740278, 19204045, 25287114, 17K05639, and competitive research fund of Univ. of Aizu.

#References
[1] SPICE Toolkit provided by NASA/JPL The Navigation and Ancillary Information Facility
  https://naif.jpl.nasa.gov/naif/toolkit.html
[2] Ueno+(2017) Trans. Japan Society for Aeronoutical and Space Sciences vol. 60, no. 3, pp.132 - 136 “HARMONICS: A Visualization tool for Hayabusa and Hayabusa2 missions”
[3] Aoki+(2018) #1857, 49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference “GUI retrieval of FOVs in HARMONICS for 2018 Rendezvous of Hayabusa2”
  https://www.hou.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2018/pdf/1857.pdf
[4] FY2017-19 Coordination Funds for Promoting AeroSpace Utilizaiton MEXT (in Japanese)
  http://www.mext.go.jp/a_menu/kaihatu/space/jigyou/detail/1347482.htm
  http://www.mext.go.jp/b_menu/boshu/detail/attach/1388734.htm
Opened Facebook Page for PBL courses
  https://www.facebook.com/SpaceSoftUoA/
[5] Aizu Laboratory, Inc. http://www.aizulab.com
[6] Hayabusa2 Schedule (in Japanese)
  http://www.hayabusa2.jaxa.jp/topics/mission_schedule/
[7] 2005/9/19 Press Release from Univ. of Aizu (in Japanese)
[8] Saito+(2006) Science vol. 312, no.5778, pp. 1341-1344 “Detailed Images of Asteroid 25143 Itokawa from Hayabusa”
  http://science.sciencemag.org/content/312/5778/1341
[9] Demura+(2006) Science vol. 312, no. 5778, pp. 1347-1349 “Pole and Global Shape of 25143 Itokawa”
  http://science.sciencemag.org/content/312/5778/1347