findU is a very large database archiving weather, position, telemetry, and message data. The primary source of data is an amateur radio system called APRS (automatic position reporting system) plus some weather data that comes from an internet based system called the Citizen Weather Observer Program. The database is constantly updated and can be accessed via a number of dynamic web pages. Samples of other CGI scripts that can be called on can be found on the website.

Lat (e.g. 49.9) Long (e.g. -119.5) Count   

Enter the latitude, longitude and the number of stations that you wish to display, and then click on the "" button or hit enter. The resulting page will open in a new window.

The latitude is "positive" north of the equator and "negative" south of it. The longitude is positive east of the prime meridian and negative west of it. The number of stations should be less than 100.