I don't have much experience with amateur satellites and I went to the AMSAT website to track a few passes. Two of the terms are "Maximum Elevation" and "Max El Azimuth"
I go to look up the terms, and I find this link http://forums.qrz.com/showthread.php?139260-Satellite-Tracking-Terms
For Max El Azimuth, they say
Max El Azimuth - this is the maximum height the satellite should reach on this pass, as viewed from your location - a height of 90 degrees would be straight overhead.
But I see values higher than 90 on the AMSAT pass tracker online and am confused. And the Maximum elevation says values less than 90 degrees.
Just to be sure, what exactly is the difference between Maximum Elevation and Maximum El Azimuth?