This is a little off topic but space and astronomy kind of go hand and hand in my mind. I have been away from some of my favorite web sites for a while and I just visited an old friend "J-Track" and boy, have the really added a cool JAVA applet. It is a 3-D display of satellites circling Earth. What you will see (assuming your system supports this JAVA applet) is a plot in 3-dimensions showing the position of 300 satellites including Mir the ISS and the Space Shuttle (if a mission happens to be in progress). Its really crowded out there! Be sure to try the "Satellite" pull-down menu to choose which satellite you wish to view. Also if you click on the individual satellites in the display, you will get specific orbit information on that particular satellite. Check it out at: http://liftoff.msfc.nasa.gov/RealTime/JTrack/3D/JTrack3D.html ------------------ The sky is not the limit, nor are the stars.