In this page you can track in real time all the satellites orbiting the Earth, with both 2D and 3D interactive representations, predict their
view their trajectory among stars on an interactive
predict satellite flares and transits (across the Sun and the Moon),
find out the best location to see these events on a detailed Google map.
You can also follow satellite re-entries and other special events, join the observer community, post messages and share your comments and observations.
Currently in our database we have more than 9000
You won't find any other tracker that provides all these functions!
Read Observers' Reports!
SatFlare.com is the only website that has a public DB of satellite observations where you can search for flare reports
Observation of the week: Bright Flash from IRS P2 (Mag. -2) observed on 18/08/2014 UTC. More...
position you will let other users know about you and your observing
If you choose to share your approximate position the system will round
your coordinates to 5 km.
NEWS: ISS 3D TRACKER/POINTER FOR MOBILE PHONES AVAILABLE
Do you want to observe the International Space Station crossing your sky?
Install our 3D tracker for Android devices and you have just to point
your phone to the sky and follow the line to find the ISS.
You can also track the Station 24 hours a day with a
3D view of the Earth,
constellations and more than 15.000 stars.
A simple count down will inform you when
you can actually see the ISS with the naked eye.
Visit this web page
for more details or for downloading the App.
Visual SAT-Flare Tracker 3D - Online
Thank you for using Visual SAT-Flare Tracker Online
In this page you can track satellites
in real time, predict passes and flares.
(the 3D desktop version is still available for download)
This page is interactive so you can change the time by means of the following keys:
Increase time by 1 second
Decrease time by 1 second
Increase time by 1 minute
Decrease time by 1 minute
Increase time by 1 hour
Decrease time by 1 hour
Increase time by 1 day
Decrease time by 1 day
Real time (reset time changes)
More options and commands are available through the ADVANCED button.
Earth Map Legend
Satellite's Orbit projected on the ground
Ground Flare Track (it represents the location where the reflection hits the
ground, which is where the flare brightness reaches its maximum.
Reflected ray that hits the ground generating the flare.
Shadow ground track (it represents the location where the satellite can be
seen crossing either the Sun disk or the Moon disk)