See the location of the International Space station and all other earth orbiting satellites.
Did you know the brightest man-made object orbiting the earth is the International Space Station?
And, did you know it is very easily seen on a clear night?
With the Satellite Tracking application, you can determine when the space station or other satellites are visible from your location for viewing or communicating.
There are over 2000+ satellites currently orbiting Earth.
Some of these include amateur radio, Hubble space telescope, GPS, navigation, communication, earth and science, scientific, plus many more!
The Satellite Tracking application features include:
Road globe projection.
Maidenhead grid square and distance between two stations and great-circle.
Es'hail 2 has launched and tracking #eshail_2 #eshail2.
Show all geostationary satellites at same time on equator - click to track
Show antenna direction line to satellite - deep zoom
2D or 3D map (road, aerial, terrain)
Zoom in and out on maps
User and satellite position icons
Satellite future location
GPS location service or manually entered position
# of satellites loaded from the internet
Satellite designator and sub-satellite position
Azimuth and elevation from your position
Height above earth
Range from your location
Countdown timer for next rise at your location
GMT date display
Satellite category and selection
Settings for map style
Setting for map centering on user, satellite, or free roaming map
Location override to manually enter your position
Equator, date-line, and prime-meridian lines on map
Share your map and position data to popular social media and other applications registered on your system such as Twitter, mail, etc.
Help documentation and tool-tips to aid in your usage
Toggle switch to allow position information to be displayed on map or not for pure-view map examination
Orbit information such as catalog number, latitude, longitude, elevation, azimuth, range, height, orbit #, phase, next rise, period, and footprint radius
For given category, show all satellites currently in view or all
Future passes showing date and time, azimuth, and elevation
Radio communication frequency bands, links, and modes to use for Amateur Radio satellites
Keplerian information such as catalog number, epoch orbit, epoch year, epoch day, raan right ascension of node, eccentricity, mean anomaly, mean motion, and decay rate
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DXCC countries can be shown on the map
DXCC calculator to show what countries can be communicated to via the satellite
Perhaps you want to spot the station, get current position of ISS, or ask yourself where is the international space station?
The following categories of satellites can be selected:
These are just some of popular satellites to track:
OSCAR 7 (AO-7)
UOSAT 2 (UO-11)
RADIO ROSTO (RS-15)
TECHSAT 1B (GO-32)
ATLAST CENTAUR 2
CUSAT 2 & FALCON 9 R/B
HST Hubble Space Telescope
ATLAS CENTAUR 2
ISS International Space Station ZARYA
Enjoy the galaxy and look for those shooting-stars as all kids do!
Functional Policy: Accuracy of positions calculations are not guaranteed.
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