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makitaman

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Looks like CBS has taken over 105 Ku with Solar Eclipse feeds....I just counted 9 up and testing.
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91w 12109 v 13000
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I passed by a DSNG truck this evening at an eclipse viewing site in Stapleton, Nebraska. I didn't see who it belonged to, but the satellite looked aimed at AMC-15 or so.
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ses3  KU @ 103w is loaded WITH ECLIPSE FEEDS this morning....[thumb]

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mrradiohead

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For anyone that can't get the NASA channel, ABC News put NASA up on the channel 2 HD slot on their news feeds at 91W....Galaxy 17 12011V 13333 (PID 33/38)

***Edit, for some reason ABC doesn't have any audio on this one. I checked the two audio feeds that come up with the channel and nothing there.

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WS1870 1.8m w/2 C lnbf's @ 103w & 97w; Fortec Star 90cm ku lnbf @ 97w; 70cm ku w/3 lnb's @ 87w/91w/95w; 70cm ku @ 103w; 70cm ku @ 103w, all routed through x1 8x1 switch, fed to Manhattan 1933 receiver.
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Hwy25 southbound in Travels Rest SC at at a standstill already. Stay home Mr. Bud!
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Mike

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91w 12051 v 13235
jje64

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SNG Feeds on 91W Ku V

11925 and 11935 DVB-S2/8psk 3979 Mbaud
11940 DVB-S/QPSK 3979 Mbaud

125W Ku H  "PBS Eclipse Feed"

12155 DVB-S2/8PSK  6250 Mbaud (This is their HD05 feed)

stevie

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Does any one know what feed is from Oregon?..THANKS
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Could have made a killing selling solar eclipse glasses had I prepared and bought boxes of them[biggrin]..Sold out everywhere!!!!
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Hwy25 southbound in Travels Rest SC at at a standstill already. Stay home Mr. Bud!


oddly enuff, i'm scheduled to pass thru TR at about 9 in the morning with my mom,
headed to maggie valley, nc.....

comptech please have 25 north open for me....hahaha

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jje64

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11940 listed above on 91W appears to be from OR
jje64

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Additional signals on 91W V

11930 DVB-S2/8PSK  3.979 Mbaud
11955 DVB-S/QPSK 3.979 Mbaud
WellerTip

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ok..ya'll check out this picture of eclipse watchers here..what's wrong with this and why?


http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/local/article168535672.html


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I drove down from Portland (99% eclipse totality) about 50 miles south to the 100% totality zone, and it was awesome.  There were big big fears about traffic (1 million additional people came to Oregon for this) and some 7 hours after the eclipse, people are still stuck in traffic trying to get back to Portland.  Lucky for me, I brought a friend who acted as navigator, and we used technology to our advantage (Waze traffic app) to find back roads to get there and back in only 90 minutes each way.  Can't believe so many people got on the main roads.  

Love it when a plan comes together.  

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