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TrackSat HPC

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Application Name TrackSat HPC
   
Version 2.11
   
Developer
   
License Type Freeware
The program is completely free to use.
   
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Summary
Track the paths of satellites
   
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Screenshot of More colorful world map showing course of Hubble space telescope
Screenshot of Main program window
Screenshot of More colorful world map showing course of Hubble space telescope
   
Description TrackSat is an application I have developed for the Pocket PC , Handheld PCPro and now Windows Mobile devices that will track satellites, and display their position on a map of the world. It also has a display that shows other relevant information useful to Ham Radio operators to allow them to work them. It has a built in facility to update the Keplarian elements, and an ability to produce a list of predictions for availability of service (AOS) for a given satellite for up to 7 days. the registered version will allow you to the select particular passes, and save them to the calendar in Pocket outlook on the device so that you may get reminders.

If you wish to fully enable the software enter the following CaSe SeNSiTive callsign & registration codes:

Callsign: NOHELP

Registration: 362914457l163
   
Installation Instructions Copy CAB file to handheld and tap on it to install. Requires VB runtime.
   
Tags astronomy, satellite
   
Popularity 774
Total Downloads 48
   
Submitted By Rich Hawley
Submitted On 28 February 2014

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