The SunPy developers please to announce the latest release of the sunpy core package, version 4.1🎉 Headline new features are:
– Extract map values along coordinate paths
– Easier reprojecting to Carrington and Stonyhurst coordinates
– Drawing the solar equator and prime meridian
– Sample data downloaded on demand
📜 The full list of what’s new can be found at https://docs.sunpy.org/en/stable/whatsnew/4.1.html, and the full changelog at https://docs.sunpy.org/en/stable/whatsnew/changelog.html.
🖥 As always, to update pip users can run `pip install -U sunpy` and conda users can run `conda update sunpy`.
❓ If you have any questions, issues, or suggestions, we would love to hear about them on the new SunPy discussion forum at https://community.openastronomy.org/c/sunpy/5.
👏 Finally, we would like to give a shout out to new contributors to sunpy since the release of the previous major version:
Akash Verma, Alex Kaszynski, Alex W, Andy Tang, Chris Bard, Daniel Garcia Briseno, Jan Gieseler, Jia Qing, Karthikeyan Singaravelan, Krish Agrawal, Marius Giger, Matt Wentzel-Long, Naveen Srinivasan, Timo Laitinen, William Jamieson, William Russell.
🌏 SunPy is a community powered project, and would not exist without continual input from contributors around the world!
Enjoy the new release,
David Stansby (on behalf of the SunPy developers)… continue to the full article