Current release: Amuse 10.0release date: 09/17/14
|OS X 32bit (10.5, 10.6)||amuse-10.0-Darwin_i386.tar.gz|
|OS X 64bit (10.6, 10.7)||amuse-10.0-Darwin_x86_64.tar.gz|
The binary releases do not depend on any support packages and can be run right after unpacking, notes.
The source-code of this release is available in amuse-10.0.tar.gz.
Welcome to the AMUSE project
AMUSE is the Astrophysical Multipurpose Software Environment.
Our aim is to provide a software framework astrophysical simulations, in which existing codes from different domains, such as stellar dynamics, stellar evolution, hydrodynamics and radiative transfer can be easily coupled.
AMUSE uses Python to interface with existing numerical codes. The AMUSE interface handles unit conversions, provides consistent object oriented interfaces, manages the state of the underlying simulation codes and provides transparent distributed computing. On the examples page you can get a quick feel of how this works. AMUSE is free to download, use, and distribute and it comes with a wide selection of astrophysical simulation codes included.
AMUSE is a community effort with the main development by the AMUSE team at Leiden Observatory under supervision of Simon Portegies Zwart. Please join us buiding a cummunity for the next generation computational astrophysics framework. You can find us on google groups, http://groups.google.com/group/amusecode or on IRC at the #amuse channel on irc.freenode.net.
The easiest way to run AMUSE is to get one of the self-contained binary releases from the box on the right *or* you can install all the prerequisites and compile the source yourself, as described in the links below.
- Install prerequisites
- Install AMUSE
- Getting started with AMUSE
- Movie Gallery
- AMUSE Primer
- Publications (with links and scripts)
- Common errors and pitfalls
You can read the documentation online in AMUSE Documentation (HTML). We have PDF documents of the Reference documentation, Tutorials and the Installation. We also provide the AMUSE Primer and student course material