Editor's note:MSFC ISS Tracker as of 3:20 pm EST 30 Nov: Altitude: 375.5 km
NASA JSC ISS Tracker as of 3:20 pm EST 30 Nov: Altitude: 358.44 km
NASA Space Station On-Orbit Status 30 November 2004: ISS Orbit (as of this morning, 6:46am EST [= epoch]): Mean altitude -- 356.3 km, Apogee height -- 359.4 km, Perigee height -- 353.3 km
Editor's note: Why is it that this page, hosted by MSFC, one which shows the current location of the ISS (and the shuttle when it is in orbit), only has an incorrectly identified link (titled simply "spaceflight") to NASA's official Human Spaceflight page buried at the bottom of a separate links page? Again, why is MSFC so reluctant to openly point to clearly relevant websites hosted by other NASA field centers?
Why is it that NASA's Human Spaceflight tracking page has no link to MSFC's ISS tracking page - but links to a different page on its own webserver with the same functionality? Given the time and expense that went into developing both trackers, shouldn't people be allowed to see both?
But wait, there's more: these two official NASA ISS tracking sites show the ISS at different locations - at the same time!