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SES 3
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Galaxy 17 (91W)
11939 V 28068

3ch mux, duplicate if their Cband mux on AMC-18

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The NASA SD channel has been phased out so now NASA has 2 HD channels
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Galaxy 17 (91W) 11939 V 28068 3ch mux, duplicate if their Cband mux on AMC-18

Neat.  Thanks.

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   Good find big hemi.   Channels 101 and 103 are HD 720P.   Channel 104 is UHD 2160P 4:2:0.   Outstanding. 
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gone at 1:20 CDT
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   Gone here too.  Not sure what NASA is doing, but hope they return to Ku.
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So how do you go about getting NASA today?
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127W C band is the only place I know of.
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On big events, like a Soyuz launch/return or something similar, the major news feeds usually simulcast NASA-TV.

Yesterday's Soyuz launch was on Fox Edge ch2 and NBC NC-3.  It may have been other places but once I found it I stopped looking.

That's what I use since 127W is blocked by tree leaves.  Until they clear, I have to find one of the simulcast feeds.

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dont you also need specific hardware to get this? Like because it perhaps has a high symbol rate or something?
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