Maybe this should be a plug-in to Google Sky: As direct satellite transceiving becomes more available to consumers living mobile, living in remote areas, or just being satellite channel surfers, a droid app to facilitate dish aiming would be extremely useful to dish owners. I would envision the app would - attach to dish via a device that would orient the droid as needed, maybe along the transceiving axis of the dish - calculate droid location and orientation from GPS, etc. - USB interface to control aiming servo motors and to remotely display virtual sky scene with all known birds and with a crosshair+tolerance circle/box in the center showing real time where dish is aimed. - access web to keep its internal list of birds current There are many retired people living mobile, many traveling show groups, off-the-grid remote homesteads and communities, marine-based groups whose communication needs urgently require satellite communication. The availability of this app would allow these and their wannabe's to affordably aim their dishes as needed. This exact same app would also help telescope viewers to find satellites to observe.