Tracker provides the next generation of real-time satellite tracking software for Windows, allowing the user to quickly and easily track any number of satellites in a variety of graphical and textual formats.
Version: 22.214.171.124Tracker provides the next generation of real-time satellite tracking software for Windows, allowing the user to quickly and easily track any number of satellites in a variety of graphical and textual formats.
License: Free To Try $80.00
Operating System: Windows
Whether you need a robust and powerful tracking program for your satellite mission, or are just interested in what is in orbit around us, Tracker is the program for you.
Amongst other features Tracker provides:
- powerful and intuitive interface
- flexible and extensive configuration options
- fast and accurate algorithms
- large selection of graphical and textual views
- ability to save images and movies
- ability to save and load sessions
- links to the NSSDC for detailed satellite information
- updates TLEs from CelesTrak, Space-Track, and local or remote files
- supports creation of horizon masks
Version 126.96.36.199: • Add ability to add satellites to, and remove satellites from, a view via the Connections interface • Prevent drag-and-drop of satellite or observer when dragging view's center position • Add 'Planet' and 'Spire' to the satellite groups • Update the installed satellite TLE data
Version 188.8.131.52: â€¢ Update political and geographical boundary information â€¢ Update city information and restrict to cities with a population of over 5000 â€¢ Fix problem (in Windows 7 and and newer) with reporting the size and position while resizing and/or repositioning a view
Version 184.108.40.206: â€¢ Institute delay between the end of a pass and the parking operation, in case a remote client is simply transferring control to another pass â€¢ For the 'M2RC2800P [New]' controller issue a 'STOP' command when necessary â€¢ Fix problem with saving and loading of the spherical view across sessions
Version 220.127.116.11: â€¢ Fix problem with communication with Space-Track