OBSERVER MESSAGES ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION AND SATFLARE SITE
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Date Now: 23/04/2021 08:33:37 UTC Refresh

Registered Users: 27052. Welcome to our new member MMCO (Marcelo) who registered on 23/04/2021 01:36:30 UTC. Many thanks for having joined us.

Pruslee
29/03/2021 23:53:40 UTC
ISS tonight, picture taken from s phone!

grant1944
17/03/2021 19:09:09 UTC
p.b.grant@btinternet.com any onr interested please send a mailer Alien2alien

grant1944
17/03/2021 19:03:22 UTC
hi all from alien2alien check out the HD iss link especially when in the dark side of earth there is many items going right to left usually Nasa blue the screen ,Any ideas as to what the are REGARDS alien2alien

Caz
02/03/2021 06:55:29 UTC
Hi, everyone from a dedicated star, satellite and iss watcher. always looking up to the sky, seeing what i can observe. I live on the far south coast in NSW in Australia, great place to see lots of things.

Bugsy
28/12/2020 03:00:57 UTC
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28/12/2020 03:19:23 UTC
Hi from Gold Coast, Australia. I had my first ever sighting of Starlink chain on 01 Nov 2020 at about 04.00. I only just left home when I caught sight of them, counting 10 and still going, I ran home to show my husband. But sadly he missed out. From then I have not seen anymore (not from a lack of trying) I've seen solo satellite i.e the impressive ISS and Hubble and other faint ones. I have used this plus several other sites, for prediction. And when all site agree of a sighting. I'm out there 10-15min, give or take, prior and watch, wait....15min after....nil sighting :(. I want my husband to witness this train of beauty to no avail. He has seen ISS and Hubble, but no Starlink. Any suggestion would be appreciate. Site used: *james.darpinian.com, SATFLARE, n2yo.com, and findstarlink.com

Astrofarmer1
20/12/2020 13:23:32 UTC
Hi folks, SpaceX deorbit burn i captured yesterday morning from classified mission. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QxhzTjCWous

pankajjani4u1953
02/12/2020 02:54:50 UTC
Hi Everyone, this is Pankaj Jani VU3PMJ, On Dec 1, 2020 No Signal No prediction Chart available on my Longitude and Latitude address, 73s and Namaste from Mumbai, India

KC3PPB
09/11/2020 10:20:27 UTC
Good Morning everyone. Observed an ISS passover this morning. Very bright and clear. Tried to contact the onboard amateur radio repeater with no luck. Stay safe.

suchyy
12/10/2020 19:32:56 UTC
Hello everyone from Poland (Lublin). I've just registered on SATFLARE. I'm interested in photographing satellites in difficult urban lighting conditions. Recently, in April and August this year, I was able to capture the flashing USA-32 (satellite Singleton): https://ibb.co/c1CHc2n https://ibb.co/r0g96zM https://ibb.co/SyQK3Pc https://ibb.co/w0Snp6f

Astrofarmer1
08/09/2020 11:01:55 UTC
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08/09/2020 11:02:27 UTC
Hi folks, Starlink 11 tonight Recorded with H.A modded A7s - 2 groups - 10° to 14° - WSW to SSW 7:39 pm NZT rise to 7:54 pm NZT rise. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUWN6u0xNsE

Astrofarmer1
10/08/2020 08:48:57 UTC
Starlink 9 - 10th batch from NZ tonight 6:44 pm NZST 6:44 am UTC https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Tioj6f_35U

gstarnes55
22/07/2020 01:14:41 UTC
Hi everyone, from Athens, Texas. I just registered here at SATFLARE. I've seen many ISS passes on my iPhone using ISS Detector app. It's going to take some time to get familiar with SATFLARE but it looks like a fantastic website. I used to watch Iridium flares. So cool. I hope SATFLARE can help me see some more of them along with satellites and the ISS.

Wimbornewolf
14/06/2020 16:56:21 UTC
Saw about a dozen around a month ago, and have been waiting ever since. The skies have been cloudy and no passes for the next 5 days but the skies are clearing here is hoping to see it again.

UP300
11/06/2020 08:50:29 UTC
Starlink Train 5 tonight, Got to see seven very very faint satellites tonight here in Toowoomba

Tmma
11/06/2020 00:51:22 UTC
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11/06/2020 00:53:00 UTC
Hello everyone I’m in ohio in the USA long time iss watcher wanting to see the star link this site is awesome glad to be a member!!!

amy2527
10/06/2020 09:59:23 UTC
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10/06/2020 10:00:42 UTC
Good evening from the very chilly Adelaide Hills in South Australia! My name is Ann-Marie, I've always had a fascination with space and have been watching the skies whenever the ISS passes overhead. A bit disappointed that I didn't spot any Starlink satellites tonight but not going to let that stop me!!

azri
09/06/2020 15:54:45 UTC
Hello from a satellite observer in Brunei

LeeBee
05/06/2020 06:56:34 UTC
Hi from Canada! Been out Starlink train spotting tonight. My dad has taken me out satellite spotting since I was little, and I'm recently getting back into it!

antonio62
31/05/2020 15:31:47 UTC
Ciao a tutti, sono appena arrivato. Sono Antonio dall'altopiano della Sila in Calabria, dove meteo permettendo, il cielo di notte presenta uno scenario MERAVIGLIOSO. La sera prima di andare a letto, e durante i risvegli nutturni, non posso fare a meno di sbirciare il firmamento, osservare la via lattea, e ogni volta è un'emozione indescrivibile. Da piccolo ricordo che la nonna mi indicava quei puntini luminosi in cielo ai quali lei stessa dava il nome. Da allora quando alzo lo sguardo al cielo cerco "I TRI ALI" come chiamava lei la cintura di orione.

Telfer
31/05/2020 10:22:16 UTC
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31/05/2020 10:25:10 UTC
Hello all from bonny Scotland . I cant say that I have experience or knowledge of the solar system or space. I simply stare into the dark sky's where ever I go and wonder what is up there !.As an engineer I know what it takes to make a trip to the stars happen ,well done to every man ,woman who helped make our journey to touch the blackness of space .Maybe one day we will meet our neighbour's.

Pier62
27/05/2020 14:27:11 UTC
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27/05/2020 14:30:28 UTC
Thank you, I wish a good trip to all from Puglia!

300UP
24/05/2020 23:17:17 UTC
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24/05/2020 23:17:52 UTC
Great to be on the message board at long last . Hope i can find something to share will all.

lucilla76
22/05/2020 23:53:23 UTC
Hello, I try to see live but I see only the ISS from the top cannot see the earth

Nye
20/05/2020 16:12:41 UTC
Hello everyone I'm Nye, an artist based on London. I'm interested in tracking satellites for a new artwork I'm developing. I'm pretty much a newbie in this area but excited to find out more.

dgak050n
13/05/2020 19:38:35 UTC
Hello, I am Daniel González, from Santiago, Chile.

SergioZaina
13/05/2020 00:31:42 UTC
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13/05/2020 00:32:38 UTC
Hello. I'm Sergio Zaina from Tremembe-SP, Brazil!

CarlosKerber
11/05/2020 15:55:31 UTC
Hello from Brazil - São Sebastião do Paraíso - MG

DrCoffee
10/05/2020 20:43:32 UTC
Hello everyone, I don't know much and want to learn about astronomy.

crAsHdot
04/05/2020 15:59:30 UTC
Helo from the southern tip of Lake Michigan. I’m an amateur astronomer for 55 years now and my son is an astrophysicist. My first memory of a ‘satellite’ spotting was Apollo 11, in the constellation Gemini, on their way to the moon! Last night at 9PM CDT I was casually looking at the sky on a rare clear night and spotted the last dozen satellites in the latest Starlink group. They were about 30 seconds between each and spaced 10 degrees apart. I didn’t know what they were at the time, except that they were satellites. But investigation led me to this site, and I am pleased to be a new member. I plan to see the next group sooner after launch to see the “train” of satellites. Cheers!

siddharthx
04/05/2020 12:02:15 UTC
Hi I am siddharth and currently locked down in Hyderabad. Love tracking and watching the skies. Do star trails every now and then. A couple of months back I was shooting Tancho Cranes in Hokkaido and saw the entire starlink train pass overhead in some spectacular night skies. Have seen the ISS over Hyderabad as well just after some rains and the sky was clear. Would love to be a part of this community and learn and share.

FLeeG
03/05/2020 15:32:14 UTC
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03/05/2020 15:33:49 UTC
Greetings all. I have been watching satellites go over since I was young and watching TelStar go over the DC area. We used to call the Smithsonian hotline to get the times of the passes so we could go out and watch for the passes. I now live in Naples, FL and am 69 years old. Now I get text notifications on my cell phone. Technology has come so far, but I find it still amazing to go out and just watch as they go over.

DeonKZN
03/05/2020 03:30:31 UTC
Good-day everyone I'm Deon from Durban South Africa. With this Lock-down it is still the most beautiful eye site to look at. I'm old near 60 but new to this so will need some help.

Susieqandyou
01/05/2020 02:19:27 UTC
I just watched star link go by and am fascinated by it. I’m from Seminole, FL. I’m hoping to learn some new things while at home during the lockdown.

jessejames9999
30/04/2020 04:12:19 UTC
Hello, I'm James from Jarreau, Louisiana, USA and just started learning about this site and the ability to get satellite tracking info. I've been getting so bored during the "stay at home/quarantine times for the Corona Virus". No live or broadcast sporting events to attend or watch anymore has really left me searching for things of interest. I'm hoping to get to see the satellite train and the Int. Space Station from my location.

Nescient
29/04/2020 16:05:53 UTC
Hello skywatchers! Just registered after an unfruitful attempt to spot Starlink a few nights ago. Saw a piece about it in the local rag (Huddersfield Examiner) but the location info was poor, so I saw nothing. Have been interested in astronomy since I was a kid, and had that interest renewed when I lived in France a couple of years ago; lucky enough to be in regions with almost no light pollution. Wonderful! BTW - What's a satellite 'flare'??

jaheise
28/04/2020 06:43:56 UTC
Hello everyone. My name is Jim Heise. I am a professor in mechanical engineering at Iowa State University. I teach mechanical engineering design and advise the Cardinal Space Mining Club at ISU. We have been competing in the NASA Robotic Mining Competition yearly since 2010. I enjoy engineering and have been getting more and more interested in aerospace engineering and planetary geology since being involved with this competition. Recent commercial space activity has my curiosity peaked to begin closer tracking a space objects.

olcia580
25/04/2020 08:41:10 UTC
Hello everyone, I'm Ola from Poland - Jastrzębie-Zdrój. I like to admire astronomical night phenomena since I was a child.

nikasob
24/04/2020 07:48:30 UTC
Good morning everybody! Its Monika here, Poznan, Poland. I love to stargaze sice I was a kid :) Now I have found you, and hope to enjoy night sky even more! I have no experience, just bare eye and constellation map.

Fietsaapje
23/04/2020 12:37:50 UTC
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23/04/2020 13:29:03 UTC
Hello everyone! I'm from Utrecht in the Netherlands. Watching the starlink 6 satellites pass over half an hour after their launch yesterday made me join this website because of it's tracking capabilities. I am mainly experimenting with receiving SSTV images from the ISS and pictures from weather satellites like Meteor M2 and NOAA.

FraBel
23/04/2020 10:00:52 UTC
Hello from France, I'm an amateur photographer, learning how to make astrophotography. I'm proud to join your community and I found the site after searching for Starlink tracker. Like a lot of people, I followed the first passage of Starlink 6 7th group.

prochy69
22/04/2020 07:58:01 UTC
Hi there from Czechia, Europe! I'm an IT student at uni and a huge fan of Elon Musk. My girlfriend and I do a bit of hobby photography as well, and not once I wanted to try and shoot something space-related. Haven't gotten to anything other than a few long exposure pics, but this website might be the start of something new! If you wanted, show some love & press follow on our Instagram account @fufi.photo! So far, no space content at all, but if all goes well, this summer, I'm going to the mountains with no light pollution at all. I found out about this website today because Starlink-6 is launching right after sunset for us, and I thought I might get lucky enough to spot it!

Myrdynn1
20/04/2020 15:56:44 UTC
Hi everyone. I'm in South Central Michigan. I've stood in the yard on Clear nights watching the stars since I was a Kid.. I talk to the Constellation Orion almost nightly as he watches over us in the Winter Night sky.. I'm in process of wishing him well on his Journey until we see each other again in Late Fall. Last night as I was doing that was the first time I saw Starlink. I knew SpaceX was doing many things, But I had not heard of Starlink. I was outside closing up my chicken coop and looked up at the stars like I usually do.. Right now I have been watching for that comet we are supposed to be seeing within the next couple months... AND I saw something unusual that I had never seen before.. I even came in to get my wife to make sure I wasn't seeing things, and yes, she saw them too. A string of satellites, evenly spaced, all traveling in a straight line from west to east. I watched for a long time. With lower traffic on the highway it is eerily quiet here after dark. I listened closely.. I could hear no engines. At High altitudes, if I look hard enough I can usually see the Aircraft marker lights twinkling, the red, green and white light that are every flashing.. There was no marker lights. I counted more than 40 of them.... then as the west to east line stopped, there was another dozen that were running from North to due south. same spacing, same speed in a straight line ... Just before I came in a Jetliner DID fly over. YUP, there were the twinkling lights, and that faint jet engine sound as IT flew over.... I thought there was no way I would figure out what they were.. WOW was I surprised. I typed exactly what I saw into the google search bar.. and DAYUM.. somebody reported seeing the EXACT same thing back in December. Now I know what it is. It's going to be fun to watch. I love seeing ISS when it flies over.

millarz
20/04/2020 13:28:47 UTC
Hello, I used to sit in Wales with relatives long long time ago watching satellites passing. Now where I am sky is not so bright but do enjoy star gazing and the occasional satellite. Watched Starlink pass by last night, magical.

Slaithwaite58
20/04/2020 07:27:41 UTC
Hi to all. I live in W Yorkshire where sadly the skies are not always clear - of clouds or light pollution - but this looks like such an interesting site and I look forward to logging in often...

Sumudu
19/04/2020 06:15:06 UTC
Hello from Sri Lanka (Ceylon) ! I'm Sumudu. So excited to see ISS from naked eye hopefully within the week if there is no rain or clouds!

Booker
18/04/2020 20:55:02 UTC
Hello from Boise, Idaho USA - have been watching the Starlink satellites the past two evenings.

pacopepe
18/04/2020 17:24:20 UTC
Hi to everyone! Here Fran from Spain. I live very close to Santander. Anyone around this town? Thanks!

Frixco
17/04/2020 03:17:05 UTC
what a sight while admiring the clear night and stars. We just saw a string of lights moving quickly to the northeast. and one light was higher up than the string of lights. first saw one moving, then a triangle

Dwarhleb
17/04/2020 00:42:51 UTC
Hi, I'm from Bolivia and satflare helps too much watching satellites

swallow
13/04/2020 07:50:04 UTC
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14/04/2020 17:03:04 UTC
Hello. Can anyone tell me whether the times shown in the "predict passes" are GMT or GMT+1, or UTC Thanks


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