Put your finger or mouse cursor on the map and drag your wanted location to the centre. The map display will move so that the selected point is in the centre. The latitude and longitude of the centre of the map is then shown below the map.
To refine the accuracy, click on the + or - zoom buttons. The scale will magnify so that you can home in accurately on your location. Use the street view or satellite photo image radio buttons at the top of the map display. The street option provides an overlay of street names.
The list of geostationary satellites was last updated 26 April 2020. A few satellites have high inclination angles and the pointing directions do not apply. See my list of satellites which includes inclination angles.
Disclaimer and Safety Warning:
The results of this page may be in error, The latitude and longitude are not intended for the blind navigation of aircraft, ship or other vehicle purposes. Use is entirely at your own risk. Apply common sense and don't believe every number that comes out of a computer system. Latitude and longitude may not be accurate. Use paper maps or GPS receiver as an alternative.
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Page started 27 August 2008. Amended for mobile screens 20 July 2015. HTML5 amended 25 April 2018. Mapbox GL JS only 6 May 2020. Updated 11 Dec 2020 to Mapbox v2.0.0. Infolinks advert added 6 Jan 2021.