ISS Tracker

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.

Use the date format 'YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS+0000' Example '2014-04-19 06:33:36+0200'. Internet Explorer: '2010-06-09 15:20:00-07:00'.

You can also use the format 'mm/dd/yy hh:mm:ss' Example '12/31/2012 01:34:35'. This format requires you to convert the time you're looking for into GMT.

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Longitude

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  • -90
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  • +180

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Latitude

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  • -69
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  • 35
  • 69

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