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Re: Nasa on Direct TV



Not much in the know here, but I thought that NASA TV had to be 
distributed for free (ie: you can't make it a paid channel).  Maybe I'm 
wrong but mostly curious...
73s,
KD5QGR

Don Woodward wrote:

>Which DTV satellite are you pointing at - 101 degrees (I think) or 119
>degrees?
>
>Check and see if your system gets the preview channel 100?  How about 400?
>If you get 400 and not 100 you are probably pointed at the wrong bird.
>
>You no longer need the double LNB system as NASA moved to the main satellite
>at 101 degrees - they might have made it a paid channel when they did that.
>
>73's
>
>Don Woodward
>KD4APP
>AMSAT 33535
>http://kd4app.webhop.org
>
>
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>From: "hobergenix" <hobergenix@sbcglobal.net>
>To: "AmsatBB" <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
>Sent: Friday, June 04, 2004 15:42
>Subject: [amsat-bb] Nasa on Direct TV
>
>
>I have put up a dish and tuned to CH 376 but it says I am not authorized to
>watch it. Guess you need to subscribe to one of the services. Somebody
>mentioned earlyier that you need a dual or tripple lnb setup. Could I just
>point the single lnb dish to the direct tv satellite that carries it? Would
>I even beable to see a signal from the other Direct TV satellites?
>
>Mike Hoblinski
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