ISS Transit Predictions

New ISS Transit Prediction for Android New

The ISS Transit Prediction program allows a user to generate a transit prediction for any satellite for their specific location.  This program requires the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) Version 8.0 or better.  Additional system requirements can be found here.  This program is based on the software originally developed by Thomas Fly

    The program creates the following types of files:

    1. a transit prediction text file.  This text file follows roughly the same format used by Thomas Fly's ISS Transit Prediction Alert Service,
    2. a Google Earth plot file which can be displayed within the Google Earth program,
    3. a Google Maps plot file which can be displayed here,

    Optional data files which the program can use to more accurately compute the predictions can be found here.

    First time users, should read the details page to find out how to run the program and about the user requirements.  Help is also available within the program.

    To run the ISS Transit Prediction program click on the following image.
    Click to run ISS Transit Prediction

    Question: I just updated Java to JRE Version 7 update 51, and the program stopped working!  Please help!

    Answer: Click here.

    Question: What's up with the Security Warning that pops up when I run the program?  I wasn't getting that warning before.

    Answer: Click here.

    If clicking the image above does not work, try this link instead.

    Any comments or bug reports can be e-mailed to me.

    This program is published under the GNU General Public License (GPL), Version 2.  The source code for this program is available from the SourceForge project download page.  The program change log is here.

    If you find this program useful, please consider making a donation to support my server costs. Thank you very much:

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