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Does Starlink require a perfect view of the sky to be reliable.

Taylor Camp

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We have a camp on Tunk Lake in Sullivan, Maine. We have a great skyline North, East & West, but not south. We have received our dish, but am not sure if having a obstructed view of the South is going to prevent us from having contiguous service. The App show the obstructions south, but it is not clear if there are enough satellites  passing overhead at any given time to give us continuous service 100% of the time...or do you need a "perfect view of the sky" to get that.

We rent the cabin when our family is not there and we want to eliminate HughesNet and DirecTV dishes, but don't want to do that if we don't get good and reliable Starlink service

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