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Re: OT: How to receive Nasa Select?



This page seems to have the highest resolution NASA feed on the web:

http://www.whooda.com/

This is what I use.

Pieter, N4IP



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>We use the NASA channel on our ATV repeater using Dish Network. The unit we
>use has a card, but no subscription and does work that way (channel 213).
>
>However, we either have a problem with our receiver, or DishNet's software
>likes to  give us problems because there is no subscription - the unit 
>works
>for about two days and goes back to "aquiring signal" or will be found on
>their promo channel 101. That means we have to go back to the repeater site
>and choose channel 213 again.
>
>It is also available with Direct TV without subscription, I am told.
>
>Gene Harlan - WB9MMM
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>Harlan Technologies - publisher of Amateur Television Quarterly
>ATVQ@hampubs.com
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>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Jason White" <jason@jason.white.name>
>Cc: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
>Sent: Friday, December 29, 2006 1:57 PM
>Subject: [amsat-bb] OT: How to receive Nasa Select?
>
>
>I would love to be able to watch NASA Select from my shack again. Back
>when it was on analog C band I used to keep an eye on it during ISS
>passes. Now I believe it has moved to an MPEG 2 K band transponder. Does
>anyone here catch the downlink using "FTA" (Free to air) equipment? If
>so, I'd appreciate if you could contact me directly and let me know what
>kind of equipment is required, or any suggestions. The dish and feed
>don't bother me, it's the MPEG-2 receiver that I'm unfamiliar with.
>(And, yes, I know the commercial satellite TV carriers have it, but that
>would cost money :) )
>
>73,
>
>Jason
>N1XBP
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