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Chinasat 11 - launch success
News - Satellites
Thursday, 02 May 2013 13:05



00:06 a.m. Beijing Time on May 2, 2013 - Xichang Satellite Launch Center



China’s Long March 3B (LM-3B) launch vehicle has successfully inserted the ChinaSat 11 telecommunications satellite into the target geosynchronous transfer orbit.



More info: http://www.chinasatcom.com/en/News_Info_pp.aspx?m=20110329130217857145&n=20130502093640170516



Chinasat 11 technical details and footprints





 
Anik G1 - launch success
News - Satellites
Tuesday, 16 April 2013 08:35



BAIKONUR COSMODROME, Kazakhstan, April 16, 2012



ILS Proton/Breeze-M launcher has successfully delivered Anik G1 satellite to the destination geostationary transfer orbit 9 hours and 13 minutes after the liftoff.



More info: http://www.ilslaunch.com/newsroom/news-releases/ils-proton-successfully-launches-anik-g1-telesat



Anik G1 technical details and footprints





 
Satmex-8 - mission success
News - Satellites
Wednesday, 27 March 2013 14:17



March 27, 2013 12:25 am (GMT)



ILS Proton/Breeze-M launcher has successfully delivered Satmex 8 satellite to the destination transfer orbit. 9 hours and 13 minutes after the liftoff the satellite has separated from Breeze-M upper stage on schedule at 12:20 a.m. EDT, or 07:20 GMT.



More info: http://www.ilslaunch.com/mission-control/satmex8/blog/satmex-8-mission-success



Satmex 8 technical details and footprints





 
Azerspace/Amazonas-3 mission success
News - Satellites
Friday, 08 February 2013 10:37



February 7, 2013 – Ariane Flight VA212



Arianespace’s Ariane 5 flight with the Amazonas 3 and Azerspace/Africasat-1a satellites - mission success!



More info: http://www.arianespace.com/news-mission-update/2013/1020.asp



Amazonas 3 technical details and footprints



Azerspace technical details and footprints





 
Intelsat 27 - launch failure
News - Satellites
Friday, 01 February 2013 09:08

 

BERN, Switzerland, February 1, 2013



 

Sea Launch AG announced today that approximately 40 seconds after liftoff of the launch of the Intelsat 27 spacecraft, all telemetry was lost indicating a loss of mission. The spacecraft, built by Boeing Satellite Systems was launched on a Zenit-3SL launch vehicle from the equator on the ocean-based Odyssey launch platform, positioned at 154 degrees West longitude.

Sea Launch will establish a Failure Review Oversight Board to determine the root cause of the incident and will provide additional information, as it becomes available, on the Sea Launch website at: www.sea-launch.com

 

 
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