So Kerbal Space Program's map view is one of the greatest tools for visualising trajectories and the relative position of bodies and spacecraft I've ever seen.
Does anyone know if someone's produced a similar tool for the real solar system, regularly updated with information for all the various spacecraft and probes that we've launched so far? It would make it so much simpler to see at a glance, e.g., the F9 station rendezvous mission profile (which I've just failed to find information on online).
Screenshot follows; for those who don't know KSP, the blue arc is the currently selected object's trajectory, the asterisk marks a manoeuvre, the dotted arc is the trajectory after the manoeuvre, the green arc is the target object, the red and blue markers show various closest-approach information, etc, etc. The player here is planning an orbital rendezvous. The circular object at the bottom is for controlling the player's ship and not relevant to the question.