The page http://www.n2yo.com/satellites/?c=2 which lists "ISS SATELLITES" includes Tiangong 1. Since it looks to me like all of the other objects are associated with ISS, and Tiangong 1 is a different space station, is this just an oversight?
If this group is related to all space stations, then ISS is a misnomer. If it's really for ISS-related objects, then Tiangong 1 is incorrectly included. Or maybe there is something else I don't understand?
edit: the answer to the last question is "indeed there is." Why does ISS (ZVEZDA) have a different orbital period than SPACE STATION?