It would appear the he might be. The sats are in the sun eclipse now and won't be good til about 0615Z or 0215EDT. At least that's the pattern they've run the last couple of nights. About a 2.5 to 3 hours window each night where the sun is directly behind the satellite, in respect to the receiving station. Any way the sun creates so much electrical energy that the satellites can't override the Sun's signal noise.
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