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 on: May 30, 2020, 05:40:32 PM 
Started by Hyper - Last post by Hyper
You can see SpaceX's 1st Crew Dragon with astronauts in the night sky tonight. Here's how.

You may be able to watch Crew Dragon chasing the space station.

FROM: SPACE.COM
By Joe Rao 14 minutes ago



SpaceX made history with its first launch of NASA astronauts into orbit Saturday (May 30) on a private Crew Dragon spacecraft, weather permitting, you may be able to spot them in the night sky tonight.

A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket launched astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley on a test flight, called Demo-2, that will take 19 hours to reach the International Space Station (ISS). Their Crew Dragon spacecraft will dock with the station on Sunday morning (May 31).

If the skies are reasonably clear Saturday evening, residents living across the central and northern United States, as well as southern Canada, will be in for a real treat as they will get an opportunity to see Crew Dragon move across their local sky.

And as a bonus, roughly 6 to 10 minutes later, skywatchers will have a chance at sighting Crew Dragon's target: the ISS.

You can watch ...................................


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 on: May 30, 2020, 05:37:04 PM 
Started by wbarrett - Last post by Hyper
Where do get receivers like this one?


If you wanted an Enigma 2 Linux receiver today, go for the Edision OS Mio 4K. You can purchase these at Titanium Satellite, although someday soon we may carry these at HyperMegaSat.com.  Cool

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 on: May 29, 2020, 12:12:21 PM 
Started by wbarrett - Last post by elbandido
The Duo2 was (past tense) made by VuPlus. No one in North America sold them so they had to be purchased in Europe.
The Duo2 is Linux using an enigma2 operating system. Much of the Enigma2 operating system is Open Source, but drivers, kernel updates, and other parts of the enigma2 operating system have to be supplied by the manufacturer.

Support for almost any fta receiver with an enigma2 operating system will be measured in years. Some brands may have longer support than others, but since a lot of the enigma2 operating system is Open Source, support can continue for a particular receiver for years.

The Duo2 has seen several changes. Originally this receiver had XBMC as an option, and continued to receive updates as this item turned into Kodi. YouTube for the Duo2 has also seen several changes or updates in the past few years. The scan on the Duo2 for the satellites was also improved over a period of time.

8 Years of support for the Duo2 would be including per-production time which should probably not be counted as the receiver was not available to the public for months. The Duo2 was being sold to the public in 2013, so it is probably better to say that it has enjoyed some seven years of support and counting. 

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 on: May 28, 2020, 11:46:21 PM 
Started by wbarrett - Last post by danristheman
Where do get receivers like this one?

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 on: May 28, 2020, 10:48:27 PM 
Started by legalfreetoair - Last post by legalfreetoair
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 on: May 28, 2020, 10:48:02 PM 
Started by legalfreetoair - Last post by legalfreetoair
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 on: May 28, 2020, 09:03:53 AM 
Started by wbarrett - Last post by Hyper
The Duo2 was released almost 8 years ago. It still gets support from the main image groups, and still performs well for the channels that it was designed to receive.

Support for enigma2 receivers is measured in years...


8 years of good support - i have to say that is pretty darn good.




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 on: May 26, 2020, 11:16:02 PM 
Started by Bass Player 1964 - Last post by Bass Player 1964
Just for fun I ran a scan on AMC 9 83W KU when I was updating my A3  I got several active carriers but none would scan in.
This might be a good thing for me on motor alignment. The carriers all had good signal and quality. Average of 76 Q on the receiver.
I was under the impression that there is nothing in that slot now. I scanned both sides of 83 and got what I should get so I believe my alignment to be tracking very close. 12140 H 30000 was strong as well as others.  Either I have lost my marbles or I have stumbled across something here :)

Just thought it worth passing along to see what the consensus is on this subject


Some TP's are in alignment with 78.8 W  Sky Mexico but not all.

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 on: May 24, 2020, 10:22:55 PM 
Started by wbarrett - Last post by elbandido
The Duo2 was released almost 8 years ago. It still gets support from the main image groups, and still performs well for the channels that it was designed to receive.

Support for closed source receivers is measured in months, and the updates are usually nothing more than a new satellite file.

Support for enigma2 receivers is measured in years...

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 on: May 23, 2020, 10:10:08 PM 
Started by legalfreetoair - Last post by legalfreetoair
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