Too much functionality to explain, but you can check out my live weather feeds that show:
To access is locator.hvdn.org (No password is needed) You session will time out after 20 minutes to save my bandwidth from multiple connections.
The live HRPT NOAA-19 is a receiver I have locally tuned to ~1.7 GHz with a dish antenna in my attic pointed 24/7 at it. This takes up ALOT of bandwidth when sent over the interwebs!
Everything works better on a desktop browser, but mobile is sorta ok if you have skinny fingers.
If anyone cares about aircraft, its fun to watch them dodge turbulence and see real time telemetry by clicking on specific aircraft for additional data. You can also run reports for past sightings of AF1 and AF2 ,an interesting contract cargo contractor out of KSWF named Kalitta or Civil Air Patrol cadets having some fun.
You can also customize what you want to see in the list by going to "Menu" and having a play with other stuff. If you want to move the location "Blue Dot" to your own location, it will calculate distance to aircraft from your location. But, bear in mind this receiver is in Poughkeepsie.
I fiddle with adding functions from time to time, so you may things change in the drop down pancake menu at right.
APRS 2m and 70cm LoRa APRS data live streams are something I am working on integrating next
Have fun WX freaks!