UARS Satellite Tracker, Sep. 2011: How To Track Space Junk
What's Left of the UARS Satellite Will Hit Earth Sometime Around September 24, 2011 And People Are Interested in Tracking the Falling Space Junk. Here is How You Can Track The UARS Satellite Online
As you've likely heard, the UARS satellite is set to crash somewhere on earth on September 24, 2011. Just when and where the UARS satellite will crash is impossible to predict. Astronomers, however, are hard at work tracking the falling satellite.
Amateur astronomers are also interested in tracking the UARS satellite, perhaps in the hopes of seeing space junk crash to earth. One writer notes that the odds of actually witnessing the UARS satellite crash are extremely slim.
Still, armchair astronomers may track the falling space junk online.
There are a few UARS satellite trackers out there:
Not surprisingly, NASA provides satellite updates.
Fox News has also created a pretty good 2011 UARS satellite tracker. The Fox News satellite tracking widget gets its data from the U.S. Air Force Space Command and amalgamates it with Google mapping information.
You can also try this satellite tracker
There is also this UARS satellite tracker livestream