- 03 November 2021
As part of the NASA “Open Source Tools, Frameworks, and Libraries” program, the SunPy proposal “Strengthening the Foundations of the SunPy Ecosystem” has been funded for the next three years.
- 29 October 2021
Today we have a quadruple release announcement for you! It’s been a very busy week in SunPy land getting both the core and ndcube releases over the line; I hope you enjoy them!
- 12 June 2020
The SunPy project is happy to announce the release of SunPy 2.0! SunPy is an open-source Python library for Solar Physics data analysis and visualization.
- 10 January 2020
The SunPy project is happy to announce the release of SunPy 1.1! SunPy is an open-source Python library for Solar Physics data analysis and visualization.
- 27 June 2019
In this blog post I want to outline how, and more over why, we are going to number the SunPy releases and when we are going to release them.
- 01 June 2019
The SunPy project is happy to announce the release of SunPy 1.0.0!
- 24 April 2018
The SunPy project is very happy to announce the release of SunPy 0.9, the latest release of the SunPy core package.
- 25 February 2018
The SunPy project is very happy to announce the release of a new package “ndcube”.
- 26 May 2016
SunPy 0.7 has arrived! This release is a culmination of about 10 months of work from 27 different people. This release brings many changes, the highlights are:
- 01 October 2015
I wanted to keep people in the loop about what is happening in the SunPy project, so I thought I would start sending out monthy updates about things that have happened and things that are going to happen. This update might be a little longer than usual due to the fact it’s the first one, and I want to get everyone up to speed. Before I start I just wanted to introduce myself just in case any of you have had the fortune of not knowing. I am Stuart Mumford, I submitted my PhD thesis last week at the University of Sheffield. I am currently lead developer of the SunPy project (again) having taken over from Albert.
- 30 September 2015
Announcing the 0.6.1 “thesis submission” release of SunPy. This is a bug fix release and contains the following fixes to things that slipped past us into 0.6:
- 04 August 2015
I am very happy to tell you that the long in the works 0.6.0 release of the SunPy library has arrived. This release has been ‘in the oven’ for well over a year, and is full of rather major changes.
- 26 June 2014
The SunPy project is happy to announce the release of SunPy 0.5.0. This release consists of 772 commits from 21 people including 9 new contributors, including the ability to co-align map cubes via template matching in scikit image, massive improvements to Map.rotate() including an implementation of an aiaprep calibration routine for SDO/AIA data and the ability to calculate GOES temperature and emission measure from GOES fluxes.
- 14 February 2014
The SunPy community is pleased to announce the release of SunPy 0.4.0. This release contains many new features, some of which are contributed by people who participated in GSOC 2013. It includes the addition of a new local database for storing and searching data, it features a HEK to VSO translator and a new HELIO module in net. As well as this major work has been undertaken on the documentation and a new website developed.
- 02 September 2013
I am happy to announce that for the third year running SunPy has got a summer student from ESA’s SOCIS program. This year the student is Tomas Meszaros. Tomas’ project this summer will be working on creating a new core data type for SunPy, the HyperMap. Which will be designed to hold ND data with at least one spatial dimension and any combination of other axes such as Wavelength, Temperature or Time. This data type will allow us to support data from instruments such as Hinode EIS and the newly launched IRIS satellite, as well as a multitude of high resolution ground based instruments. Tomas will be documenting his progress on his blog: http://examon.wordpress.com as well as less regular more general interest posts on this site.
- 30 August 2013
It gives me great pleasure to announce the release of a new version of SunPy. This version has been rather too long in the making, but is here at last!
- 21 July 2013
This year I was lucky enough to be able to attend the annual Scientific Python conference (SciPy 2013) in Austin, Texas. This was very kindly supported by a sponsorship from the conference organisers and sponsors.
- 09 April 2013
- 27 November 2012
It has been a busy year but a lot of code later SunPy version 0.2.0 has arrived! This new version of SunPy is quite a change from the old 0.1 release, a few things have changed that make it not backwards compatible, however we feel that the changes are for the better! 14 people have helped to make this release of SunPy a big step forwards, between them they have added 1200 commits to the GitHub page.