Radio-Sky Spectrograph is a radio astronomy software program that integrates data over long periods of time and displays it as a waterfall. It is described by the author:
Radio-Sky Spectrograph displays a waterfall spectrum. It is not so different from other programs that produce these displays except that it saves the spectra at a manageable data rate and provides channel widths that are consistent with many natural radio signal bandwidths. For terrestrial , solar flare, Jupiter decametric, or emission/absorption observations you might want to use RSS.
Radio Sky Spectograph is compatible with the RTL-SDR via an intermediary program called RTL Bridge, and now it is also compatible with the SDRplay via another intermediary program written by Nathan Towne called SDRplay2RSS.
In previous posts we showed how some amateur radio astronomers were able to capture noise bursts from the sun and from Jupiter with an RTL-SDR. In the SDRplay software release post and documentation that comes with the software Nathan shows how he was able to capture solar emissions and Jupiter bursts with the SDRplay.