International Space Station Transit Finder

ISS Transit Finder

If you are interested in finding out when the ISS will be passing across the Sun or the Moon, then this is the best visual website for you. It allows you to use the Auto-Detect feature from either your phone or your computer browser to determine the closest distance to where this event might happen. You can adjust your settings accordingly in the settings page.
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Light Pollution Map

Light Pollution Map

This is one of two websites we use to see which location has the least amount of light pollution to determined whether or not the area selected is the best one for a Milky Way shot, star trails, astro-photography, etc.
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Heavens Above

Heavens Above

This website does more than tracking the ISS. It goes as far as tracking most of the satellites that orbit earth, including the new Starlink satellites that were just recently sent into orbit by Elon Musk and his company. Go crazy tracking asteroids, comets, solar or lunar eclipses.
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Deep Sky Stacker

Deep Sky Stacker

If you have used all of the above links before and especially if you have taken multiple images of the dark sky and want a way to put them all together for a super sharp image then, Deep Sky Stacker is your software to stack all of those images together. Although there are lots of software that can do this, the vast majority of people are using this. Again, it is all about preference.
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Time and Date

Time and Date

This website does a whole lot, from checking the weather of your scene location to getting a visual of the eclipse you're trying to capture. Want to know the different types of events happening in the near or far future, just go to this website to find out. Looking to see when is the planet Mercury crossing the Sun?
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