GMAT makes official releases to the public approximately once every 6-12 months.
The primary release of GMAT R2013a is for Microsoft Windows 7, 32 bit. While GMAT is a cross-platform application, we are not currently addressing any bugs or issues that are unique to Mac and/or Linux and and binaries on those platforms are considered to be in alpha form. For other platforms, see below to start from source. The latest official version is R2013a, released April 16, 2013.
- Windows installer (get this if you aren't sure)
- Windows zip file
- Source code and data (for developers; also see repository checkout information below)
- All files (SourceForge project page)
Note that if you wish you use the MATLAB interface, some additional configuration is necessary. See the MATLAB Interface documentation for details.
If you use Mac or Linux, or if you just want the latest code, you can choose to build GMAT yourself. Our continuously-updated public code is hosted in the following Subversion repository:
See Development for compiling instructions.