Every Geostationary stationary satellite wobbles in a figure "8" with a period of one sidereal day = 23 hours and 56 minutes. On smaller dishes this wobblea_van_belle
James, I guess we'll just have to disagree over the interpretations and await further developments. Zooming in simply allows you to see the details of thealansewards
... It might be helpful for you Alan to use some tools which allow you to monitor the graphs more carefully, and over a more extended period of time, such as Icambrensisuk
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