I use an app called SatSat. I think it's available for both iOS and Android. There's an option to filter out low elevation passes, but you can adjust how low you want to filter. It's also HAM friendly as it often includes the down-link and up-link frequencies of the satellites.
73, Jim (VA7SHG/VE7TGZ)
I have an app called "spot the station" but it only reports passes that are high above the horizon and at night-time only. Is there a 24/7 solution that shows low-elevation passes also? --
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I use ISS Detector it will show all ISS passes even daylight passes.
It also shows “Iridium Flairs” If you have never witnessed this phenomenon it’s pretty cool. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Satellite_flare
BTW: It’s nice to see you all finally doing ISS contact
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