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Telstar 18 @ 138 East PowerVU Keys

P 01E0 00 593740EA8A04F6 ;AXN HD :3704 V 4444
P 01E0 01 701DB9E5946311 ;AXN HD :3704 V 4444
P 0001 00 F5B89B9C0FFF45 GPTV US
P 0001 01 27E4E046386484 GPTV US
P 0002 00 F5B89B9C0FFF45 GLTV US
P 0002 01 27E4E046386484 GLTV US
P 0009 00 F5B89B9C0FFF45 GNTV USA
P 0009 01 27E4E046386484 GNTV USA
P 0007 00 F5B89B9C0FFF45 GPTV+DZBB
P 0007 01 27E4E046386484 GPTV+DZBB
P 0011 00 F5B89B9C0FFF45 GLTV+DWLS
P 0011 01 27E4E046386484 GLTV+DWLS
P 000E 00 F5B89B9C0FFF45 GMA News TV
P 000E 01 27E4E046386484 GMA News TV
P 000C 00 F5B89B9C0FFF45 ; GMA 7
P 000C 01 27E4E046386484 ; GMA 7

telstar 18

Telstar 18 @ 138 East

Telstar is the name of various communications satellites. The first two Telstar satellites were experimental and nearly identical. Telstar 1 launched on top of a Thor-Delta rocket on July 10, 1962. It successfully relayed through space the first television pictures, telephone calls, and fax images, and provided the first live transatlantic television feed. Telstar 2 launched May 7, 1963. Telstar 1 and 2—though no longer functional—still orbit the Earth.

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