[amsat-bb] Is there satellite tracking software for smart phones?
ka7fvv at yahoo.com
Fri Apr 14 01:52:53 UTC 2017
Mike,I have an Android tablet and use both ISS Detector and Amsat Droid Free. For ISS Detector you need to purchase the addon options. For tracking satellites other than ISS and astronomical addon it is under $3. I prefer ISS Detector between the two but they both work great. 73, Scott, KA7FVV
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From: Mike Lemons <becalmed9 at gmail.com>
To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
Sent: Thursday, April 13, 2017 5:34 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Is there satellite tracking software for smart phones?
Can anyone recommend a satellite app for Android phones? Preferably
something that shows where the satellite is above the horizon.
SkEye looks promising. I think that if I Velcroed my phone to the boom of
my Arrow antenna, the app would give me realtime feedback of where to point
the antenna. People use the app for pointing telescopes. That would be
greater precision than what I need.
The SkEye website says almost nothing about satellite tracking. From what I
can discern this function only exists in the paid version. ($6)
(This is the third time that I have tried to send this message. Maybe if I
put my callsign in, it will be accepted)
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