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    Default 800 Satellites Tracked in Google Earth discussion

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    800 Satellites Tracked in Google Earth

    Some amateur radio enthusiasts started out by creating an extensive Google Earth network link which showed the current positions of amateur radio satellites. Next they provided a great deal of information about the satellites in their descriptions. Then, since they already had the technology, they went ahead and compiled information on nearly 800 satellites including: military, global positioning system (GPS), Globalstar, International Space Station, Hubble Telescope, and more. They also did an excellent job of using folders to organize the information.

    thanks to frank taylor for information

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    This facility is designed to take out satellites with EMP.

    High Energy Research and Technology Facility (HERTF)

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    Thumbs up great job!

    I think this is a job for more than one year! Great work!
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    This doesn't seem to work!

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    Works perfectly here.

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    Question

    The satellites, and their orbit appears, but they aren't moving!

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