Satellite Tracker

Spot bright satellites flying above your head


Satellite Tracker

Satellite Tracker

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Satellite Tracker is a powerful free application that will help you observe artificial satellites, like Starlink and the ISS, crossing the night sky. It can show the exact position of any satellite above the Earth and send notifications when the satellite you’re interested in will be passing over your location. The built-in “Sky view” feature allows you to point your device at the sky to see the satellite’s movement and position in real-time.

Satellite Tracker app

Take advantage of Satellite Tracker

Satellite Tracker will help you find the answers to the following questions.

What satellite is above me?

Easily learn satellites above your location with the Satellite Tracker app. Tap the Satellite icon in the upper right corner, go to the “Visible” section and see what satellites can be seen from your location and when is the next pass. Then choose the “Sky view” mode and point your device at the night sky to see the satellite’s exact location in the sky above you.

You can also select any satellite from the list “All” and see its current location above the Earth.

How to track satellites above me?

Get precise predictions about when satellites will pass overhead next time. Choose any satellite from the “All” tab and tap it. You’ll be transferred to the main screen, where you’ll see the satellite’s next pass. Tap the white arrow to view the full list of visible (or all) passes.

When will the ISS pass over me?

Never miss the International Space Station with Satellite Tracker. Tap the Satellite icon in the upper right corner, and you’ll see when the ISS will pass over your location next time. Set alerts to get notified about the passes!


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Select any of the 19,000+ artificial satellites
See the satellite’s current location on its orbit around the Earth
Zoom in and out on the detailed 3D model of the satellite
View the satellite’s exact location in the sky above you
Track the ISS, Starlink, and other famous satellites
Plan your observations with the list of visible passes