It now can put out ground tracks as well as more detailed tracking information. Just a few more lines of code.
ARISS will be visible from grid CM87ux starting in 01:36:47 at 23:08:11 23:08:11 +0.0° 210.7° ? 21.8°N 132.1°W AOS 23:09:00 +3.4° 207.9° ? 24.2°N 130.0°W 23:10:00 +8.5° 202.5° ? 27.0°N 127.2°W 23:11:00 +15.8° 192.4° ? 29.8°N 124.3°W 23:12:00 +26.4° 170.1° ? 32.5°N 121.2°W 23:12:51 +32.2° 132.9° ? 34.8°N 118.4°W MAX 23:13:00 +31.8° 125.4° ? 35.2°N 117.9°W 23:14:00 +22.3° 88.7° ? 37.7°N 114.4°W 23:15:00 +13.0° 72.4° ? 40.1°N 110.6°W 23:16:00 +6.7° 64.6° ? 42.3°N 106.5°W 23:17:00 +2.0° 60.2° ? 44.4°N 102.1°W 23:17:31 +0.0° 58.7° ? 45.3°N 99.7°W LOS
P.S. Sigh, wordpress is apparently working very hard to get rid of the Unicode characters I nicely output. To the right of the azimuth/elevation should appear a sequence of arrows to indicate if you should look north, south, east or west. When I run this on my terminal, I get:
I'll have to work on deciding whether this Unicode stuff is worth the trouble. Probably not.
Got on board the late night pass for the ISS, and right after that went down, turned around and worked SO-50. Sadly, the recorder I normally used didn't pick up the passes, must have hit the stop button (annoying!). But I worked N6RSX via the ISS, then got KB7F and ... rats.. memory... failed me... i heard him on the ISS too.... Mountain View, CM87, November... something... O... Sigh.