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GEHFileBot
08-19-2005, 07:57 AM
This is a discussion thread for the following file:<br><br><b><a href=http://www.googleearthhacks.com/dlfile1843/ISS-Track-(incl.-Shuttle-if-available).htm>ISS Track (incl. Shuttle if available)</a></b><br><br>This network link reads every 3 minutes the position of the ISS and the shuttle from the NASA page and displays it in Google Eart.<br />
Features:<br />
- last 5 orbits are back tracked<br />
- viewing range of the ISS is added<br />
- after seperation of the ISS and the shuttle, the shuttle will get its own track<br><br><img src=http://www.googleearthhacks.com/images/new/959328discovery_iss.jpg>

CyBeR7
09-26-2005, 02:41 PM
This patch is great! Congratulations.

Although it would be better if you could make the refresh intervals in 30secs or 1min.

:givebeer:

samsdad
07-14-2006, 08:41 AM
I'm having trouble getting this to work. The ISS seems to be permanently over the coast of West Africa. Is this program still working, or am i doing something wrong?

clems_37
07-14-2006, 08:58 AM
I'm having trouble getting this to work. The ISS seems to be permanently over the coast of West Africa. Is this program still working, or am i doing something wrong?
Yes, it's strange, either the program has a problem or it is the ISS which has has a problem.

Lex
07-14-2006, 12:56 PM
:mad: NASA has terminated the connection to the information for tracking the ISS. I have not heard yet about other solutions.

samsdad
07-15-2006, 08:02 AM
What a shame. Especially now. Thanks for your help.

cousinrupert
12-20-2006, 03:56 AM
i was able to watch the ISS come up from the West over Southern Minnesota this evening around 6:30. it had company. was that the shuttle just leaving the station?

MikeNTX
12-20-2006, 05:12 AM
Yes it was. I saw the same thing over a couple years ago. The ISS and shuttle had separated about three hours before then and they were still flying in formation a few miles apart. It was very impressive to see them like this, two bright dots in the evening sky moving together.

-Chris-83-
02-25-2008, 06:09 PM
Any news about the ISS tracker?
Is there any possibility, that it will work again?