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Echostar XVII/MSG-3 - mission success
News - Satellites
Friday, 06 July 2012 02:45

July 5, 2012 – Ariane Flight VA207

Arianespace with its third Ariane 5 mission of 2012 has successfully delivered the mixed payload of telecommunications (Echostar XVII) and meteorological (MSG-3) spacecrafts into geostationary transfer orbit during a 34-minute flight.

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Echostar 17 technical details and footprints


Orbital to construct Amazonas 4A and 4B
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Saturday, 30 June 2012 18:58


Madrid, June 25, 2012


HISPASAT and Orbital Sciences Corporation signed a contract for the construction of two new satellites, Amazonas 4A and Amazonas 4B that will be located at orbital position 61 West longitude.




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IAI to build Amos 6
News - Satellites
Wednesday, 27 June 2012 11:31


Jun 24, 2012


Spacecom Satellite Communications' board of director has authorized management to sign a $200 million contract with Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. (IAI) to build the Amos 6 communications satellite. The satellite is planned for launch in 2015.



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Amos 6 technical details


ILS proton to launch Asiasat satellite
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Monday, 25 June 2012 11:06


Reston, Va. / Hong Kong, 22 June 2012


Reston, Va. / Hong Kong, 22 June 2012 – International Launch Services (ILS) and Asia Satellite Telecommunications Co. Ltd. (AsiaSat) announced a contract today for an ILS Proton launch to launch one of AsiaSat’s future satellites, AsiaSat 6, AsiaSat 8 or AsiaSat 9 to replace its AsiaSat 4 satellite. The launch contract includes an option for AsiaSat to order one additional launch service from ILS for any of its upcoming three satellites.



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Intelsat 19 - launch success
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Friday, 01 June 2012 22:49

BERN, Switzerland, June 1, 2012

Sea Launch Zenit-3SL rocket has successfully launched the Intelsat 19 satellite from the Equator on the ocean-based Launch Platform Odyssey at 22:23 Pacific Daylight Time (PDT) on Thursday, May 31st (05:23 UTC/GMT, Friday, June 1). Built by Space Systems/Loral and weighing 5,600 kilograms the satellite was inserted into geosynchronous transfer orbit one hour later by the Block DM-SL upper stage and operators at the Intelsat Launch Control Center acquired its first signals shortly after separation. It was the first of three Sea Launch’s planned missions in 2012.

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Intelsat 19 technical details and footprints

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