The Skytrace Shows You the Path of a Satellite

The Single Skytrace is the window you will use most often for viewing satellites. This window shows you exactly where the satellite is going and how it will appear in the sky. The skytrace indicates the direction of motion with small arrows. You can can click on any of the arrows or "tic-marks" to get detailed positional information or to "drag-n-drop" a time label. Like the other SatSpy windows, this one is highly interactive.

Screenshot of Single Skytrace Window

You can use this window to:




Last Update: 17 November 2000
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