Current Sat Longitude Sat Name SatCat Launch date Site Org Op Current Lat Longitude at Epoch Equator Crossing Longitude Current Lon Driftrate [deg pr.day] Lon rate of change [pr.10 min] Lat rate of change [pr.10min] Inclination E/W Lon Osc (Incl) E/W Lon Osc (Ecc) Current apogee[km] Current perigee[km] Current Alt [km] AVR Alt [km] AVR Distance from GEO [km] Number of orbits Epoch Time of calculation Time since Epoch ID Predicted Time next crossing Alt. Eq. Crossing Dist. from GEO eq crossing
41.3660E FALCON 9 R/B 42071 03/16/2017 AFETR US 9.0387S 105.3319W 27.5214E 25.861E 0.1302 0.8731 22.4527 2.2578 83.7648 35773.56 214.57 24731.18 17994.07 -17792.33 21.75 23.03.2017 01:07:26 25.03.2017 13:36:04 060:28:00 T= 2.52 17014B 25.03.2017 16:02 35291.5627 -494.8373
40.0748W ECHOSTAR 23 42070 03/16/2017 AFETR US + 0.1347N 43.3542W 40.1297W 1.628E 0.0023 0.0084 0.2167 0.0002 0.3633 35792.31 35524.69 35774.87 35658.50 -127.90 14.97 23.03.2017 14:39:59 25.03.2017 13:36:03 046:56:00 T= 1.96 17014A 25.03.2017 15:54 35791.7863 5.3863

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Black dot in front of satellite name means that the satellite older than 20 years AND inclined more than 1deg AND drifting less than 0.08deg/day Blue dot in front of satellite name means that the satellite age is less than 20 year AND inclined less than 5.0 deg AND drifting more than 0.08deg/day Red dot in front of satellite name means that the satellite is older than 20 years OR more inclined than 0.1deg OR drifting more than 0.08deg/day Red arrow in the lon drift field means the satellite drifts more than 0.08deg/day
The satellite position is calculated from Two Line Elements/Orbital Elements by using SDP4 model Note about accuracy: TLE do not automaticly get updated when there is maneuvers on a satellite. There will be a delay of several days and sometimes weeks. The exeption is Intelsat owned satellites which uses supplementary TLE from http://www.celestrak.com/NORAD/elements/supplemental/ According to wikipedia SDP4 has an error of 10km at Epoch. This error will grow the older the TLE data gets.
Number of satellites in list=2 Number of satellites in database: 445( databse limit:1100 satellites) Program uptime=03h 22m 03s d=17084.56672314 Time consumed for satellite position calculations=117000 [ms] ( 01m 56s ) Time consumed for http writing= 2703 [ms] ( 02s ) Time consumed for two line reading= 250 [ms] ( 0250ms ) Time consumed for reading satellite launch dates= 0 [ms] ( 0000ms ) Total time consumed=123186 [ms] ( 02m 03s ) Current measured inverval=09m 59s
CelestrakGeo1.txt Last TLE Files update attempt=25.03.2017 12:56:25 UTC TLE file date & time 25.03.2017 13:24:16 UTC Satellite data update interval: 10 minutes TLE file update attempt interval: 45 minutes satellites.online.sat.calc upload interval: 10 minutes satellites.online.sat.calc updated...25.03.2017 13:36:08 UTC