Top 20 NuGet astronomy Packages

INDILib porting to a C# DLL: automation & control of astronomical instruments
The runtime assemblies from the ASCOM Platform, conveniently bundled as a NuGet package. Useful when you need to build a project on a computer where you can't or prefer not to install the ASCOM Platform, e.g. on a build server or build agent. On a machine with the ASCOM Platform installed, these ass...
A library based on the Reactive Extensions for .NET for simplifying device communications over serial, Ethernet and other types of communications channel to embedded controllers, while guaranteeing correct sequencing and thread-safety of transactions. Originally developed for use with AS...
Routines for reading and manipulating NASA FITS (Flexible Image Transport System) files
Package Description
Library that allows to use the astrometry.net plate solve service from a .NET application
This is the official NuGet package of Astronomical Algorithms # (AASharp or AA#) AASharp is a C# port of PJ Naughter's static C++ library, AA+. Naughter's library implements the algorithms in Jean Meuss' book, "Astronomical Algorithms."
AASharp.Extension provides helper classes and methods allowing using AASharp more easily.
Fundamental types for representing astronomical quantities and general utilities
MountSend is a software that allows to send command to 10Micron Mounts (www.10micron.eu). It has initially been developed by Per Frejvall
Set of C# algorithms and procedures that implement standard models used in fundamental astronomy.
CSharpFITS package is a pure C# .NET port of Tom McGlynn's nom.tam.fits Java package. It provides native C# support for reading and writing FITS files.
This package provide common classes, interfaces, ... that can be used in an ASCOM Alpaca client or device
Serilog adapter to use with ES.Ascom.Alpaca.Client
NLog adapter to use with ES.Ascom.Alpaca.Client
Log4Net adapter to use with ES.Ascom.Alpaca.Client
This package provide classes, interfaces, ... allowing to send request to ASCOM Alpaca devices