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Firefox 3.5 makes it super simple to discover the location of a user on your website You can read more about it from Doug Turner or the official Mozilla page , but today I want to look at how to use the new API . The following image is a screenshot of geolocation plus Google maps. If you’re running Firefox 3.5, we’ll replace that with a real map showing your current position. Geolocation finding me at the Mozilla office. First, we should check that the browser supports the Geolocation API :
From left to right the above images are: A Soyuz manned capsule. Satellite captured on a long exposure photograph. The external tank caught just after separation during the STS-2 shuttle mission. If you have ever star-gazed shortly after sunset or before sunrise, you have probably noticed one or two "stars" sailing gracefully across the sky. These are Earth-orbiting satellites, visible due to the reflection of the Sun's light off their surfaces toward the observer. Hundreds of satellites are visible to the unaided eye; thousands are visible using binoculars and telescopes.