Orbitrack (formerly Satellite Safari) is your pocket guide to the thousands of spacecraft orbiting our home planet.

Double the Fun


Orbtirack contains twice as many spacecraft as Satellite Safari, and now includes classified military satellites.

Rich new graphics show atmospheric effects, city lights on Earth’s night side, and highly-detailed 3D satellite models.

Orbitrack predicts and displays Iridium flares, and lists radio frequency data for amateur radio satellites.

Descriptions for hundreds of spacecraft have been updated.  Every satellite now has a description from n2yo.com.

Dozens of user interface tweaks and optimizations make Orbitrack faster and easier to use than Satellite Safari.

Orbitrack supports the latest Apple hardware and software, including iPhone X and iOS 11.

And for phones, Orbitrack runs in stereo, with a new voice-controlled Virtual Reality mode compatible with any smartphone VR viewer!

Track thousands of satellites in orbit

Orbitrack will tell you when spacecraft pass overhead, show you where to find them in the sky, and let you track them across the planet.  Fascinating mission descriptions will teach you about the International Space Station, and hundreds of other satellites in orbit.

Get the “Bird’s” eye view

You can show the view from any satellite, and see the Earth from orbit just as the “bird” sees it!  Orbitrack includes detailed 3D models for dozens of satellites – see them up close from any angle!  If you have a smartphone VR viewer, you can see them in stereo.  It’s the most realistic spaceflight experience you can get without leaving the planet!

Stay on top of the space race

Orbitrack updates its satellite data from n2yo.com and celestrak.com every day.  When new spacecraft are launched, maneuver into new orbits, or fall back into the atmosphere, Orbitrack shows you what’s happening up there, right now.

Power and Simplicity

Orbitrack isn’t just powerful – it’s incredibly easy to use!  You don’t need an aerospace degree to become an expert satellite tracker.  Orbitrack puts advanced capabilities at your fingertips, with the same intuitive touch interface you use every day.  And if that’s not enough, it includes detailed, built-in Help – and expert, responsive technical support.

Available for iOS now – coming to Android soon!

Orbitrack for iOS is available today on the iTunes Store. It requires iPhone 6 or iPad 2 running iOS 10 or later, and supports iPhone X, iPad Pro, and iOS 11. Orbitrack is coming to Android later in 2018, but Satellite Safari for Android is available on Google Play today!

Orbitrack Feature Gallery

Here are some screen shots of Orbitrack on an iPad. You can click on any image below for a full-size, high-resolution version.

Please feel free to contact us if you have further questions. We hope you enjoy using Orbitrack!



Critical Acclaim and User Praise for Satellite Safari: Orbitrack’s prcdecessor.

"I regard [Satellite Safari] as authoritative ... Amateur astronomers, wanting to get a photo of the ISS, could use it to plan the pass. Government and military people could use it for all kinds of planning operations. And teachers, students and even casual users just wanting to learn more about particular satellites could learn a lot ... It would be hard to ask for anything more."

John Martello, The Mac Observer [Link]

"My tests of the app were positive. No crashes, no surprises... Satellite Safari not only does good math, but displays its graphics in a compelling way... A very cool app, which will only become more useful this fall when the SkyCube features ramp up."

Mel Martin, The Unofficial Apple Weblog [Link]

"At 7:00 last night, I used Satellite Safari to 'play a movie' of the satellites that would be visible during the upcoming couple hours. It showed a favorably placed crossing of two naked-eye satellites. Here is an animated GIF of six 5-second exposures of intersecting pieces of space junk.The brighter one is an Atlas Centaur 2 launch vehicle that went into orbit in 1963. The fainter object is a Soviet Soyuz rocket body that launched one of their many Cosmos satellites in 1970. Close approach was over 40 miles, so no spectacular impact this time. It would have taken significant effort to predict this event without the using Satellite Safari. The app continues to amaze me."

Tom Polakis

"Well, they did it again. There are a lot of great and helpful astro apps out there but what keeps coming from Southern Stars are apps of another dimension. This app has in-depth research; it is amazingly user friendly; it raises the developer's high bar even higher; and it is awesomely gorgeous on the iPad. How many more high level apps can these amazing people make for us? They just keep surprising and delighting us."

Terry Sandbek