RE: Web CGI based sky map

jhunt@Radix.Net
Thu, 16 Jul 98 21:30:41

--- On Thu, 16 Jul 1998 17:07:40 -0400  Eric Thayer <eht@cs.cmu.edu> 
wrote:

>Anyone know of such a beast?  Something which ideally you could query w/ 
a URL like:
>
>http://somewhere.com/cgi/cool-skymap?lat=40&lon=-80&sat=16609&dt=19980716
>0212
>
>How about those great guys at GSOC?  Have they done this yet?


Why not check it out? 
Yes, but they don't provide a skymap view, but a 
ground track and a space view perspective for the satellites that
are predicted at *your* specific location. You just click on the 
common name provided in the prediction you choose for the non-iridium
predictions. Nice work, Chris Peat!

http://www.gsoc.dlr.de/satvis/

Jeff Hunt <jhunt@radix.net>
Low Earth Orbit (and some higher) potentially visible sats 
from your volunteers at SeeSat-L:
http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Lab/leo2up.zip