Bigelow Aerospace has designed a cool Google Maps "mash-up" that tracks in real-time the Genesis I module as it orbits Earth. Here's the module directly above mission control in Las Vegas. The underlying data is provided by the Northern American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD).
Since the module's path isn't often over a location at which Bigelow has a high-speed data antenna, I wonder whether the company eventually will create an omnipresent satellite communications system like NASA's Tracking and Data Relay Satellite (TDRS) system.
In any event, kudos to Bigelow for releasing such neat tools and information so quickly after launch of its web site. This is a big change in user-friendliness from the web site of only a couple of months ago.
(Hat tip to Clark Lindsey.)