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Track Earth-orbiting satellites from your terminal

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Track orbiting objects (such as the International Space Station) in your terminal!

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Requires a terminal with 256 colors. A black background is highly recommended.

pip install termtrack
Usage: termtrack [OPTIONS] [SATELLITE]

  Shows a world map tracking SATELLITE. Valid values for SATELLITE are
  numbers from http://www.celestrak.com/NORAD/elements/master.asp (for
  your convenience, "iss" or "tiangong" are also allowed).

Options:
  -f, --fps N     Frames per second (defaults to 1)
  -o, --orbits N  Draw this many orbits ahead of the satellite
  -Y, --no-you    Don't draw your location
  --version       Show version and exit
  --help          Show this message and exit

Credit goes to vain/asciiworld for inspiration.


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