- Classroom STEM education tool
- 3D mapping thousands of satellites in real-time
- Orbit computations done in user's browser
You have all done an incredible amount of work in just a few months for an event that is likely to be the largest outreach events for NASA in the foreseeable future. You should be proud of what you have done. I am [proud] of all of you, and I am humbled to be part of such a team." —
The Science.NASA.gov site had a satellite tracking application that was unmaintained and stopped working. The Science Mission Directorate (SMD) received email from the public and educators who had been using the satellite tracking application in their math and physics classes. These users asked for it to be restored, but the code was no longer available.