One year satnogs network data

It is nice to see station coverage based on demoded data but it is better to see what network can track through time.

Starting on 27th August 2017 from observation 14410 network was able to demod data. Almost 1 year demoded data day by day with different colored trails which show the satellite height:

The video was created with the help of You can perform your experiments by downloading this json file (link to external file hosting service) and go to demo and load the downloaded json file.

For example try to increase the 1 day period in animation… or remove this filter and use heatmap instead of point. Check the data which contain lat/lon/alt of satellite, time and satellite name.

Disclaimer from these data points are missing NOAA and SSTV ones, also few of the points are invalid demoded data.

Feel free to share here the results of your experiments.

Special thanks to @manthos for this idea and letting me know about!


This is so cool i see my station in middle east. Hopefully soon we will cover while earth or at least the land areas. Well done


I actually followed @fredy 's suggestion and showed him so he suggested I share that here.


A year has elapsed. Pinging @fredy when you have time to update this :wink:

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I tried to export a similar video, however the data are so many that the animation is not smooth enough. I’m going to check other solutions but this it may take a while, hopefully until OSCW. If someone wants the data to try, let me know!

I could take a try. I could generate a CZML file for it. And then take a recording. (Or even try and do some rendering of it myself to record it with out CesiumJS.)

Either way sounds like fun.

That’s what I call “A good problem to have” :stuck_out_tongue:


Cool, I’ll upload the data in the weekend, and I’ll post here the link. :slight_smile:

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Here is the csv (comma separated) file: (third party file upload site, link will be expired in 30 days)


Oh this is so pretty! Well done satnogs guys Rendered using python for the dataset that fredy linked.


I ran the rendered on all 4 Fox sats. To show the total coverage of data from them from the first demoded data to the last packet in the csv file.

Fox-1A 10 FPS with 25 data points per frame
Fox-1B 30 FPS with 25 data points per frame
Fox-1D 30 FPS with 25 data points per frame
Fox-1C 10 FPS with 25 data points per frame

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@fredy can you run this again?


The last time I tried to add all the data, I couldn’t run the animation. However loading static data on the map was possible. I’ve also another idea for generating animation but it will take some time to implement and run.


If you have the data in the same format in a CSV as last time I can run that thru my animation code from last time. Granted it doesn’t look as cool as the other one but its something.