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Welcome to the GMAT Wiki

The General Mission Analysis Tool (GMAT) is an open-source space mission analysis and design tool being developed by a team made up of NASA, private industry, and a range of academic, public, and private contributors. GMAT is intended both for real-world engineering design studies and as a tool for education and public engagement in the spirit of the NASA Charter.

This wiki contains many resources for GMAT users and developers. It is intended for collaboration! If you see anything wrong with any of the pages on this wiki, or wish to add GMAT-related information on your own, please feel free to contribute. Please see the official TikiWiki documentation for details.

For Users

The GMAT project provides many resources for end-users, both on this wiki and externally:

 

For Contributors

Want to help us develop GMAT? These resources will help you understand how the project is structured and how you can effectively contribute.

 

 

Note: This is a prototype implementation of the Atlassian OnDemand instance for the GMAT Project. Please add any issues and concerns to the Prototype Notes Page.

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