Is the ISS overhead?

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stevedee
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Is the ISS overhead?

Post by stevedee » Monday 13th January 2020 8:05pm

Following on from Cogiers Nasa project, this one basically lists the date & time of future passes of the International Space Station over the entered location co-ordinates (latitude & longitude).
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It will also list the names of the people currently "in space", ...just because this was an easy thing to add.
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Re: Is the ISS overhead?

Post by cogier » Thursday 16th January 2020 1:56pm

Hi Steve, I have added an "auto detect location" routine as my address was not included in your UK USA options, this should work anywhere.

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