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SpyMeSat spy satellite tracking app lets you watch the watchers [App]
posted October 28 2013 9:55.46 by spic0m

A new consumer app tells you when spy satellites are overhead and potentially taking pictures of your area. SpyMeSat collates publicly available information about low-orbit spy satellites, issues alerts when one is overhead, and delivers technical information about the specific models of satellite that might be checking you out. It also tells you which nation owns a given satellite and who made it.

[Link: slashgear]

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