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   Cold neutron stars
   Stellar opacities
   Neutrino energy loss rates
   Ephemeris routines
   Fermi-Dirac functions

   Polyhedra volume
   Plane - cube intersection
   Coating an ellipsoid

   Nuclear reaction networks
   Nuclear statistical equilibrium
   Laminar deflagrations
   CJ detonations
   ZND detonations

   Fitting to conic sections
   Unusual linear algebra
   Derivatives on uneven grids
   Pentadiagonal solver
   Quadratics, Cubics, Quartics

   Supernova light curves
   Exact Riemann solutions
   1D PPM hydrodynamics
   Hydrodynamic test cases
   Galactic chemical evolution

   Universal two-body problem
   Circular and elliptical 3 body
   The pendulum
   Phyllotaxis

   MESA
   MESA-Web
   FLASH

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Some software instruments, some more sophisticated than others:

Stellar equation of states
Equation of state with ionization
EOS for core collapse supernovae
Electron chemical potentials
Simple stellar atmospheres

Voigt Function
Jeans thermal escape
Polytropic stars
Cold white dwarfs
Adiabatic white dwarfs

Cold neutron stars
Stellar opacities
Neutrino energy loss rates
Ephemeris routines
Fermi-Dirac functions

Volume of a polyhedron
Volume of plane-cube intersection
Coating an ellipsoid
Nuclear reaction networks
Nuclear statistical equilibrium
Laminar deflagrations
Chapman-Jouget detonations
ZND detonations

Fitting data to conic sections
Derivatives on uneven grids
An unusual linear equation solver
Penta- and Hepta-diagonal solvers
Quadratics, Cubics & Quartics

Supernova light curves
Exact Riemann solutions
1D PPM hydrodynamics
Hydrodynamic test cases
Galactic chemical evolution

Universal two-body problem
Circular and elliptical three-body
The pendulum
Phyllotaxis

Community software instrument contributions:

MESA offers a stellar evolution software instrument
FLASH-X offers a multi-dimensional, multi-physics software instrument


Some software instruments by colleagues:

Adam Jermyn: Skye EOS and Automatic Differentiation
Sasha Potekhin: PC EOS
Carl Fields: GitHub
Mike Zingale: GitHub
Ed Brown: dStar
Christian Iliadis: STARLIB
Evan O'Connor: NuLib and GR1D
Josiah Schwab: MESAHub, mesa-stats and more.
Falk Herwig: NuDocker
Brad Meyer: NucNet
Natalie Hinkel: Hypatia Catalog
Rich Townsend: MESASDK, GYRE, and MSG
Evan Bauer: MESA-Docker on GitHub
Rob Farmer: mesaplot, pymesa on GitHub
Matt Turk: yt
Jonas Lippuner: SkyNet

Gems from the past:

⟳ Michael Gehmeyr's and Dimitri Mihalas' implicit 1D radiation hydrodynamics software instrument TITAN.
⟳ 2015 NSF SI2 PI workshop
⟳ 2016 NSF SI2 PI workshop
⟳ 2018 NSF SI2 PI workshop
⟳ 2019 Digital Infrastructure workshop


A community-driven software ecosystem for new science in stellar astrophysics:

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