Satellite tracking program
DescriptionGpredict is a real time satellite tracking program for GNOME, based on the tracking engine of John Magliacane's excellent satellite tracker Predict. Gpredict includes the following features:
* Tracking an infinite number of satellites limited only by the
physical memory and processing power of the computer.
* Display the tracking data in lists, maps, polar plots or any
combination of these.
* You can have many modules open at the same time, either in a
notebook or in their own windows. The module can also run in
* You can use many ground stations. Ground station coordinates
can be entered manually or you can get some approximate values
from a list with more than 2000 predefined locations worldwide.
* Predict upcoming passes for satellites, including passes where a
satellite may be visible and communication windows open.
* Very detailed information about both the real time data and the
* Gpredict can run in real-time, simulated real-time (fast forward and
backward), and manual time control.
* Doppler tuning of radios via Hamlib rigctld.
* Antenna rotator control via Hamlib rotctld.
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