We now have 312 ISS-Above locations worldwide – and that is 12 more locations than are allowed on a the free Google Maps system. Here is the latest map showing how far the ISS-Above has reached.
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View a larger version of ISSAbove Locations – June 2014
Note: The locations shown have had a random “fuzziness” factor applied to shift their location up to a couple of miles away from their actual location (this is for privacy reasons).