Gpredict satellite tracking software

Out of the Blue

Article from Issue 124/2011
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Predict and track satellite orbits and control amateur radio equipment with Gpredict satellite tracking software.

Ever since the first artificial satellite, Sputnik, was launched by the USSR back in 1957, a large number of spacecraft of various designs have orbited the globe: from simple communications satellites, to observation probes with complex instrumentation, to the International Space Station (ISS).

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