No Such Things As Satellites

12 Oct

October 11, 2016

I never gave much thought to the Flat Earth idea until recently when i read some information. I have installed satellite dishes professionally, and i was taught that the satellites are located directly above the equator. If this is true, then a Directv satellite install in Quito, Ecuador should be pointing straight up, because Quito is on the Equator. However, the only images i can find of satellite dishes in Quito, none of them are pointing straight up. Interesting. What are they pointing at then? Part of the scam of NASA is space travel, including orbiting satellites, apparently. Weird!

Geostationary orbit

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A geostationary orbit, geostationary Earth orbit or geosynchronous equatorial orbit[1] (GEO) is a circular orbit 35,786 kilometres (22,236 mi) above the Earth’s equator and following the direction of the Earth’s rotation.

DirecTV satellite fleet

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 Galaxy 3C[edit]Galaxy 3C is a geostationary communications satellite located at 95° W. It was launched on June 15, 2002, with a Sea Launch vehicle, and is currently active on the C and Kubands, with 24 transponders for each. Owned by Intelsat, some of the satellite’s users include DirecTV’s Brazil and Latin America systems, the Racetrack TV Network DBS service, and HughesNet.

Rite-Aid, TJ Maxx, and Chevron use Galaxy 3C as a VSAT platform.

DirecTV satellite install in Ecuador

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