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Other geostationary orbit views:

From 60 to 110 deg east longitude (Indian Ocean Region)

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Satellite maps: geostationary orbit views from 120 to 170 deg east longitude

View point height = 35786 km above the equator.  Sub satellite point is on the equator at the same longitude as the satellite.  Elevation angle to the satellite is zero at the map edge.

Satellite map: Thailand - Thaicom 1
View from above 120 deg east longitude
Satellite map: Rimsat-1 and GORIZONT 41

View from above 130 deg east longitude

Satellite map: Himwari/GMS5, MSAT 1-R (Meteo/Aviation) Himawari 6, Beidou 1

View from above 140 deg east longitude

Satellite map: JCSAT 1B, JCSAT 5, IS 602
View from above 150 deg east longitude
Australia satellite map: Optus Aussat B1
View from above 160 deg east longitude
View from above 170 deg east longitude
View from above 170 deg east longitude

Links:  Details of beam coverage maps for particular  satellites for Asia and Australia


► Page created 4 October 2005, amended 10 Aug 2015 Eric Johnston   Back to:  Satellite maps index

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