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    RSB
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    I like anything like that but I am partial to watching the Local Train Trackers rather than planes. I can not remember the exact address, it’s been a while. Although a little naughty it’s also interesting and simple to do to listen to the control towers and pilots. Search SDR For ideas.

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    #19194

    JayCeeDee
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    That’s been on my bookmarks for some time now, along with the live lightning/thunderstorm tracker. HERE. That gets real lively during bad rainy weather ( of which we have lots ) sometimes you can see a lightning strike out of your window and it shows on screen about 2 or 3 seconds later.

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    #19196

    tadka
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    I like the thunderstorm one, I keep trying to catch a good thunderstorm heading my way but it always happens when I’m already asleep.

    Also live wind is fun to watch when there are hurricanes:

    https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/surface/level/orthographic=-12.13,53.25,409

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    #19207

    PlaneMan
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    Been using Flight Radar on my phone and laptop for many years. Very handy for tracking incoming flights when on the various airport runs and parked up a few miles away.

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    #19253

    Ed P
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    Real time view of all the stuff in earth orbit.

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    #19257

    FreakShow!
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    Just had a look at Birmingham airport, I never knew that the ground vehicles could also be tracked on flightradar!

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    #19266

    tadka
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    Real time view of all the stuff in earth orbit. link

    Didn’t know about that one. Looks very interesting. Will have to do some exploration in space 🙂

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