What Position in the Sky Is the Astra Satellite?

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When using a satellite compass, the position of the Astra satellite’s position is 28 degrees east of South. To get SKY digital and BBC, tilt the dish to the angle which the satellite signals hit the dish. In the UK this angle varies from 20 degrees in the North to 30 degrees in the South.
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