JSatTrak is an easy to use, Java based satellite tracking application designed to allow you to predict the position of any satellite in real time or in the past or future. It uses advanced SGP4/SDP4 algorithms developed by NASA/NORAD or customizable high precision solvers to propagate satellite orbits. The program also allows for easy updating of current satellite tracking data via CelesTrak.com.
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Now you can track a specific satellite, or any number of satellites, from any location. You can use the program to predict the position of any satellite in real time or in the past or future. You can track any satellite, in any orbit.
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Track any SGP4 or SDP4 satellite in real time, or any past or future orbit, to any desired precision.
Use advanced SGP4/SDP4 algorithms developed by NASA/NORAD or build your own high precision orbit propagation routines.
Any number of (optional) satellites may be included for simultaneous tracking.
Tracking history with orbital information, position results and orbital elements, as well as clock and time-of-flight (TOF) results.
Huge database of SGP4/SDP4 orbits and proprietary codes available for download, customizing and using to propagate orbit and clock information.
For any satellite being tracked, page-by-page satellite tracking results, including world map and satellite location results.
Optional side-by-side comparison with current orbit/clock results, or previous results.
Snapshot comparison mode with moving graph and images of satellite position.
Optional clock-rate comparison mode with moving graph and images of satellite clock.
Integrated calendar displays satellite update date, mission, launch date, etc.
For a select group of satellites, you may customize the expected satellite update period for your selected orbits.
Real-time 3-D map of satellite location in your country, for any day, week or month.
Convert orbital elements and clock information into written orbital and clock formats.
Interface with CelesTrak.com to easily update satellite tracking data.
Java-based, scalable, independent, and secure.
Full screen display of the latest satellite location results.
Dynamic menu for selecting satellite tracking mode, display style and chart type.
Different display styles include: world map, satellite location, satellite clock, or satellite viewing results with clock.
3D satellite viewing results with orbit map in sky or globe.
Clear satellite tracking results: satellite orbit and clock information, TOF or time-of-day (TOD), and clock-rate information.
Snapshot comparison mode for satellite viewing results with satellite orbit and clock information.
Input filter for changing orbit or satellite tracking mode.
Users can use the program to track different types of objects including but not limited to Iridium (3.0, 2.0 and 1.0), Globalstar, XTSAT, Inmarsat, GOES-R, NOAA-19, COSMIC,…
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StarScan is a user-friendly application that provides a straightforward and intuitive method to view and calculate the position of a bright star and the direction of it’s motion using the NGS, NVG, and UT telescopes. StarScan is portable and easy to use.
How to use:
Choose the telescope type from the pop-up menu and then select an object type. You can choose from the following options: TEL, NVG, NGS, and UT.
From the Object Type pop-up menu, select “1” for an object in the sky.
From the General pop-up menu, select the nearest object in the sky. In this case, you should choose “0” for the object’s distance.
You can calculate the telescope’s azimuth and elevation for any telescope or NGC object. When you have selected all the necessary items, click on “Calculate”. The program will calculate the following:
Azimuth angle of motion
Elevation angle of motion
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Elevation angle of the object
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This software application is designed to be used by satellite signal or similar amateur radio applications where the user is required to predict the position of a satellite. Such applications may include tracking the International Space Station (ISS) via the International Space Station Tracking and Communications System (ISS TCAS), tracking a ground based transmitter, such as the one in the USA on 144.129 MHz, or predicting the position of a satellite that is no longer being tracked.
In some cases the user may have the ability to track satellites in real time (either when they are a few minutes ahead of where they are or to get updates every few minutes). In other cases the user may have the ability to predict the position of a satellite a few days ahead of where it is currently. This could be used to determine the position of an Earth satellite that is passing over a specific location on the Earth, and then intercept the satellite with a small antenna (like a yagi, dipole, or Yagi-Uda) or even a homemade KU-band loop reflector).
A website is provided for users to enter their own tracking or prediction data or to view the tracking data or predictions of others. If the user requires real time tracking data, or data that is not available for a particular satellite, they can use the “External Data” facility of CelesTrak.com.
The tracking capability of JSatTrak is only limited by the amount of available memory. The program also uses real-time mode of propagation methods in the SGP4 and SDP4 algorithms. These methods are capable of providing highly accurate results, but require more available computer resources than off-the-shelf software packages.
Satellite Predictor User’s Guide
Category:Spacecraft orbiting the EarthQ:
Applying delegate to self
I have several methods in a delegate.
I want to execute one of them whenever the application comes to the foreground.
The objective is to show a message box or make some other such actions.
But this should happen just once.
Is it possible?
When you go to the foreground, if you know which method you want to execute you could call it and set a flag to ensure it only executes once.
To do this you could set a BOOL flag that you can see in your application delegate. If the flag is set to YES, the method you are calling should not be called again.
– (BOOL)application:(UIApplication *)application didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:(NSDictionary *)launchOptions
self.someDelegate = [[self alloc] init];
self.someDelegate.someFlag = YES;
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