ISS Tracker

Extras and Goodies

Developer API Access

If you're a developer or an educator that needs to be able to access the International Space Stations current location, altitude and/or speed, but do not need to have the information rendered out to you in a map, then the ISSTracker API is what you're looking for.

Currently You can get get the data you're looking for in either JSON or CSV. A SOAP/WSDL and XML interface will be coming soon.

To get more information on how to access the API please send an email to: . I'll have you up and running in no time.

Legacy Site

I know that some people hate change, so I've decided to let the original ISSTracker.com website live on. Click on the image below to visit it now!

ISSTracker legacy

On The Horizon

  • Adjustable orbital path durations - change your range to 1/3 to 6 orbits in the past and future.
  • Historical locations - Do you think you saw the ISS the other night, but did not have an internet capable device handy. This tool will solve that problem for you. Just enter in a time going back to the very launch of the ISS in 1998 and you'll see where the ISS was at that time. Completed - Go Here
  • Sightings - Determine when the ISS will be visible from a location of your choosing.