Here is a free website to see live map of Starlink satellites. Here you can see an interactive map of Earth with all the Starlink satellites and their real time positions. You can click on any satellite and see more details about it, even their real-time movement can be seen on the map. If you want, you can see a group of Starlink satellites at any given position on the globe.
Here this website is not affiliated to SpaceX but shows you real time data of Starlink satellites. All you have to do is go to the main website and then start browsing the map in any way you want. The map supports zoom and panning like features, and you can rotate the globe in 360 positions to watch or analyze the Starlink satellites.
This real time Starlink map is completely free and there is not even registration or sign up required. The best thing you can do on this map is find out which Starlink satellites are currently passing by your current location.
See Real-time Positions of Starlink Satellites on this Online Map Free
Simply go to the main website and then you will see the earth from a very distant location and Starlink satellites all over it. The default view shows all those satellites as dots.
Scroll on the map to zoom into a location, and then click on a dot that represents Starlink satellite. After that, it will show you all the details about it in our card. You can see its name, launch name, norad, attitude, plane, state, activity and fix. You can see all the details for any satellite that you see on the map.
Not only this, but you can also see the altitude history of any satellite in a graphical representation. Click on any satellite and altitude graph history will be shown at the bottom right side.
This is it. In this way, you can use this simple and useful map to track Starlink satellites. Use it to explore all of them and see their real-time movement at any place. There are some other options on the map that you can use, such as view satellite movement only. You can also change the view to see ground stations and set home location as your own to fall back to it when you click the home icon.
There are about 1500 Starlink satellites in the sky and if you are into astronomy and into this kind of stuff then will find this map handy. Just open it, see, and track any Starlink satellite at any position on the globe.