Actually false. The only Sats between 260-265 azimuth and and 5-10degrees elevation is the Syracuse 3B.
The photo's in the compilation can be found in much higher rez, especially the bird's eye photos which were the ones I used to to determine the direction line of the dish. Like I said though, this is not a solid fact, just something I deduced by doing simple math and looking up information. It can be repeated and replicated.
The possibility that it is pointing at a different satellite exists within the range of error, but it's pretty far in either direction from my center point that it doesn't fit within a standard range of deviation. But yes, I could be wrong.
BTW syracuse 3b according do dishfinder online is at .9 deg not 9 deg
and 5w atlantic bird, which has c band and ka band digital television, and broadband internet happens to be at 263.3 az and 1.0 elevation. The az is withing .1 degree and the elevation is also withing .1 degree we are literally talking mm of difference to aim the dish.
btw a 3m dish with several lnbs properly placed could pick up 5w and eutelsat 3w simultaneously.
Edited by tight lines, 07 May 2011 - 08:19 AM.