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Re: Whom do I ask?????????

On Tue, 23 Mar 1999, James Mayfield wrote:

> You don't need keps for a stationary bird. It's always in the same spot in
> the sky. 89.0 degrees west Lat, point your antenna up about 40 de in ele
> Dave
Dave might not have made it clear what to do when you know the
sub-satellite point which in this case is 89 degrees.  Once you know that,
then simply use the graphs in the Radio Amateur Satellite Handbook, or
many other sources for those graphs and determine the elevation and
azimuth of the antenna.  There formulas available as well in which only a
handheld calulator is required.   Cliff K7RR

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