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NASA Software Available for Business, Public Use - new collection of software with 800 free to use programs

Posted 30th Jun 2021

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Free to use in a wide variety of technical applications. All over my head but maybe of use to someone. NASA's new collection of software is just released.

800 free to use programs.

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The 2021-22 NASA Software Catalog offers hundreds of new software programs you can download for free to use in a wide variety of technical applications.

The NASA software listed in the catalog is available for use at no charge. Certain codes have been licensed by NASA for commercial purposes and are only available to other agencies or companies with a government contract. If a software product is available for commercial purposes, a statement indicating that the code "is available for licensing" will be included in the software description.

How do I request a software code?
Create an account or log into an existing account.
Select the Request Software button below the item description in the software catalog entry. Complete the request form. You must fill in all required fields before you can submit your request.
Your request will automatically be routed to the appropriate Center Software Release Authority (SRA) for processing. Many NASA Open Source software codes and mobile apps provide a URL link so that the requester can download the software directly. Therefore, it is not necessary to use the Request Software button for these codes.

Why is access to some software codes restricted?
Each NASA code has been evaluated for access restrictions and designated for a specific type of release according to the purpose for which the software code was designed. Some codes are deemed restricted because they have been developed for a specific government purpose (e.g., they may have munitions or defense applications). Codes designated U.S. Government Purpose Release require the user to work for a federal agency or a business/university with an active contract, grant, or Space Act Agreement with the federal government.