Re: [nbos] AstroSynthesis 3 Search facility, etc.
Doug Jessee
Tue Apr 10th, 2012
Hello,

I ended up creating a database in MySQL. That was much easier to search.
Not sure it would help you, but I think I still have a file that would load
something like 32,000 stars (not sure if it was the 50 or 100 light year
data).

I am still interested in an actual data T2300 sector.

-Doug Jessee


On Tue, Apr 10, 2012 at 8:59 AM, Mike Oliver <m.oliver121-at-btinternet.com>wrote:

> I've just resurrected an earlier project to produce an AS3 map of the
> real universe to 50 light years out from Sol for Traveller 2300AD (T2300).
> I am using the Kepner_50lyr_stars CSV files provided very kindly by a
> member of these lists as the sector file and endeavouring to identify the
> star systems from the Near Star List provided with the T2300 game.
>
>
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> I have two problems for which I am seeking help:
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> 1. The Game uses the old Gliese Star Catalogue to identify the
> systems but the Kepner file uses Hipparcos, Henry Draper and other
> catalogues. I can’t find a means of marrying the various catalogue
> references.
>
> 2. When I try to use the Search facility in AS3 to locate systems by
> the catalogue number, it returns an error message: ‘Unknown search term
> near “ hd” ‘ (for the Henry Draper catalogue numbers).
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>
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> Can anyone please offer some suggestions as to how I can resolve these
> issues? If I can get the project finished, I’ll put it up for other members
> to download (which I had promised to do when I first embarked on the
> project 4 or 5 years ago. I think Doug Jesse and Roland Volz had expressed
> an interest at that time.
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>
> Cheers,
>
>
>
> Mike
>
> www.warmodelling.co.uk
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