Starlink Coverage Tracker
This tool was created to help view Starlink coverage over any place on Earth, and includes:
- Realtime display of Starlink satellites currently in orbit.
- Display of satellite altitude vs. operational status in color coded format.
- Show orbit path of selected satellite.
- Show azimuth and elevation of selected satellite, if within coverage of customer location (green dot).
- Show links between satellites and known Gateway locations (orange lines).
- Show links between satellites and customer location (green lines).
- Show estimated service status (no link, single-satellite link in yellow, multi-satellite link in blue).
- Show session time vs outage time and relative percentages, for the given location.
- Set your Home location by clicking the button, then clicking on the map.
- Set the maximum steering angle between Home location and satellites (25° to 45°) in the Settings window, found by clicking the button.
- Home location, once set, is stored in the browser's local storage, and will be remembered across sessions.
- Click on a satellite to follow its path. The satellite's altitude will be shown in the vertical gauge.
- If the selected satellite is providing service to the Home location (green line), azimuth and elevation will also be shown.
- Satellites that are within 22° of the Clarke belt are automatically discounted as a viable link, even if visible.
- Use the button to add a temporary Gateway anywhere on the map. These are deleted if you restart the browser or refresh the page.
- No accuracy, service quality, availability, or other related information is implied or guaranteed.
- All data on this site is provided as a best-effort, not peer-reviewed or quality controlled.
- Some satellite to ground links around the international date line wrap around the map.
Please send suggestions, bugs, improvement ideas, etc. to mike [at] starlink [dot] sx