SSVG (Solar System Voyager) is a simulation software that allows you to fly spacecraft in the solar system. Each spacecraft has three propulsion systems: a chemical propulsion engine, an electric propulsion engine, and a solar sail.
In SSVG, you can send off your probe to its voyage from one of the space bases, so you do not need to launch the probe from the surface of Earth.
In SSVG, you can compose a â€œflight planâ€ to fly the probe to its destination with every detail of the flight. The main parts of the Flight Plan are instructions to the probe, called â€œmaneuvers.â€ There are several maneuvers, one to start the probe, another to fly the probe, and others to activate and deactivate one of the propulsion systems.
Throughout the composition of a flight plan, SSVG draws positions and orbits of the probe on a three-dimensional (3D) chart, and you can manipulate (rotate, zoom, etc.) it. SSVG draws positions and orbits of the target (a celestial body to which the probe is targeting) and positions of planets on it as well.
While using SSVG, you will find answers to various questions about space flights. Also, you can use SSVG as a demonstration tool for space flight.
A complete User Guide is included in the download.