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    Default incl. in satellite location


    Dear friend and experts, pliz suggest what is "incl" in some specific satellite like Express A2 has
    incl. 3.7 degree
    Eutelsat W75 has
    incl. 0.8 degree.
    Is it connected with Elevation or some other.
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    Thanks for the reply.Pliz explain elaborately if it has any relation with Elevation and what does "incl." stands for.
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    incl. would stand for inclined orbit (meaning higher orbit)
    All geostationary satellites are 'parked' in the Clarke belt, roughly 30000 kms above the equator.
    If a satellite nears it's useful life it will be running out of fuel to correct and maintain it's course.
    So unless you live on the equator, yes it will mean a higher elevation for you.

 

 

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