The amazing Starlink "train" pictured in the background
Where is Starlink right now?

Using this site, you can find out when the Starlink satellites are expected to be visible at your location.

If there are any questions or problems, you can email me at [email protected] and I can try to help.

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Thanks for using this and enjoy gazing at the beautiful night sky! :)

Common Questions:

The number next to DIM/BRIGHT e.g. (2.5) is the brightness magnitude. The smaller the number, the brighter it is.

DIM means the satellite might not be very visible.

The time is always local, you don't need to convert it. Daylight savings are included, if required.
Sorry, the newest Starlink (launched June 2020) isn't very visible at your location during the next 5 days. This might change in the coming weeks, due to changing orbits. The older Starlinks might still be visible (please see below).
Please note, these timings are not 100% accurate, since the orbit of the satellites change often, and without warning. Even if the satellites pass over you, many things need to go right for them to reflect enough sunlight to be seen. I apologize if there are failed attempts. Thanks!
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Actual times may vary by 10 mins. Please let me know if you see Starlink using this page (or if you don't).
An app for iPhone/iPad and Android is also available, to set reminders.
Timings with good visibility
Sorry, no timings found with good visibility in the next 5 days!
Timings with poor visibility
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