Eastern arc satellites ?

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I am in Kentucky and had to perform a check switch a few days ago and noticed that only 2 satellites were shown as active
I forgot which ones they were, but I thought there were 3 on the eastern arc
 
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I am in Kentucky and had to perform a check switch a few days ago and noticed that only 2 satellites were shown as active
I forgot which ones they were, but I thought there were 3 on the eastern arc
There are only two now, 61.5 and 72.7. 118 was put to other uses. All of the channels you need are on the two satellites.
 
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How do you get Medicare so young? I don't have it that I know of, even though I just turned 70. I'm still gainfully employed. :D I'll probably retire in a couple of years when RMD's kick in.
 
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How do you get Medicare so young? I don't have it that I know of, even though I just turned 70. I'm still gainfully employed. :D I'll probably retire in a couple of years when RMD's kick in.
Have you started collecting social security yet?
 
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Yes, I signed up for SS already. Now that I think about it, I did sign up for Medicare part whatever that does not cost extra. I haven't used it, though.
 
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