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- Guide to observing artificial satellites: news, observing, links, special coverage for North Florida.
Heavens Above Satellite Predictions
- What satellites can I see tonight? Point your browser here and find out when ISS, Mir, and all the rest are coming your way. Iridium flares, too. No tracking software required, just enter your location and get a custom tracking page that you can bookmark and refer to any time.
International Space Station Visibility
- NASA's visibility forecasts and orbital data for the ISS.
- The new Iridium satellites are good for more than just telephones. They flash brighter than Venus for just a few seconds when the Sun reflects off their antenna panels. A spectacular sight!
- A report from Iridium LLC about Iridium flares.
Jonathan's Space Report
- Jonathan's Space Report - Latest Issue
Mike McCants' Satellite Tracking Web Pages
- Visual satellite tracking two-line elements and software, with predictions for the Austin, TX area.
- Download Keplerian elements and satellite tracking data. Provides orbital and frequency information for the Space Shuttle, ISS, Mir, weather satellites, and amateur radio satellites.
- Satellite information from Sky and Telescope magazine.
Sites on Satellites
- from Appukids.
The Falcon's Nest, Space Page
- Track satellites, see MIR and the International Space Station fly over your house. Plus, listen and see NASA TV, Space Shuttle LIVE, and audio clips from Kennedy Space Center.
- You can track most satellites without your exact latitude and longitude: At Heavens Above you can just enter your city or town and get good results. But if you want to observe Iridium flares, you need to pinpoint your location. U.S. observers can use the Tiger map service to find their exact latitude and longitude.
Visual Satellite Observation in Maryland
- Information on bright, easily observed satellite passes for the Maryland/DC area. Sections on NASA TV Webcasts and the International Space Station.
Visual Satellite Observer
- A detailed, interesting, useful collection of information for anyone who wants to view satellites in orbit.
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