News How to Track Satellite Fly-Bys with Raspberry Pi

May 30, 2021
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sorry, noob:
pi@custompi:~/pi_satellite_announcer $ make run
/bin/sh: 1: .: environment.sh: not found
make: *** [Makefile:3: run] Error 2
pi@custompi:~/pi_satellite_announcer $ ls
deployment env environment.sh Makefile README.md src
 
Jun 7, 2021
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change your environment.sh path in makefile like this
@. env/bin/activate && . /home/neo/pi_satellite_announcer/environment.sh && cd src && python app.py
 
Jun 11, 2021
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Looks like it's not announcing many of the satellites. I'm interested in the ham satellites but when they pass overhead only a few are occasionally announced. When the program is first run it notes that it only loaded 22867 of 47495 satellites, so perhaps for some reason it's eliminating the satellites of interest. Any way to alleviate this issue?

Interesting - this time when I reran it loaded 45k of the satellites after a message that it was saving the TLE cache and saving metadata. Perhaps there was some initialization problem. I'll monitor it later.
 

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