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114 EmovingAngosat 1430872017-086AUSP BusAngola Ministry of Telecommunication and Information Technology Baikonur Cosmodrome155026-Dec-2017  16 C-band and 6 Ku-band transponders
243 EmovingAstra 1H257851999-033ABSS-601HPSES S.A.Baikonur Cosmodrome369018-Jun-1999  32 Ku-band (for first five years, 28 after) transponders
380 EmovingTelkom 1258801999-042AA2100APT Telekomunikasi Indonesia TbkGuiana Space Center276312-Aug-1999  24 C-band and 12 extended C-band transponders to provide voice and video communications to Indonesia and other regional countries
480 EmovingEutelsat 70C (E70C, E36A, W4, Eutelsat W4)263692000-028ASpacebus-3000B2Eutelsat Communications S.A.Cape Canaveral319024-May-2000  31 Ku-band transponders covering Western Russia and majoritiy of central and southern Afirca.
583 EmovingGSAT 6A432412018-027AI-2K (I-2000) BusIndian National Satellite (INSAT)Satish Dhawan Space Centre (Sriharikota)211729-Mar-2018  5 C × S transponders (9 MHz bandwidth), 5 S × C transponders (2.7 MHz bandwidth) to provide mobile communication services through multi beam coverage
6162 EmovingSuperbird 8 (DSN-1, Kirameki 1)432712018-033ADS2000SKY Perfect JSAT CorporationGuiana Space Center53485-Apr-2018  Ku-band and Ka-band Japan beam and Ku-band steerable beam. Replacement to Superbird B2 satellite. Also aboard is the DSN 1 X-band communications payload built and operated by DSN Corporation for the Japanese Ministry of Defense
783 WmovingAMC 9278202003-024ASpacebus-3000B3SES S.A.Baikonur Cosmodrome41007-Jun-2003  24 Ku-band transponders. AMC-9 suffered a “significant anomaly” on June 17th 2017 and all the services were moved to other satellites. Moving to graveyard orbit
847 WmovingSES 14431752018-012BEurostar-3000SES S.A.Guiana Space Center530025-Jan-2018  SES-14 will replace SES's satellite NSS-806 and support new capacity over the Americas and the North Atlantic Region. SES-14's Ku-band wide beams will bring augmented capacity to serve growing Direct-to-Home and Direct-to-Cable video neighborhoods in the Americas and support existing VSAT services in both bands. The multi-spot Ku- and Ka-band beams will bring additional, high throughput capacity and are ideal for traffic-intensive data applications such as mobile backhaul, maritime and aeronautical services.
934 WmovingHylas 4 (Hylas Africa, Hylas 5)432722018-033BGEOStar-3Avanti Communications LtdGuiana Space Center40505-Apr-2018  Ka-band High-Throughput Satellite (HTS) with 53 Operational User beams and 4 Operational Gateway beams to provide broadband and connectivity services across Africa and Europe
1030 WmovingHispasat 30W-6 (H30W-6, Hispasat 1F)432282018-023ALS-1300HispasatCape Canaveral60926-Mar-2018  48 Ku-band transponders, 6 Ka-band transponders, 1 Ka-BSS-band transponder, 1 C-band transponder (to replace Hispasat 1D). Planned for IoT at 26W orbital location
1120 WmovingAl Yah 3431742018-012AGEOStar-2Al Yah Satellite Communications Company PrJSC (Yahsat) Guiana Space Center379025-Jan-2018  53 (58) active Ka-band user beams and four gateway beams, and produces approximately 7.5 kilowatts of payload electrical power. The Ka-band spot beams provide two-way communications services to facilitate high-speed delivery of data to end-user applications such as broadband Internet and corporate networking as well as IP backhaul for telecommunications service providers. Using the Al Yah 3 spacecraft, Yahsat will provide its services to Africa and Brazil.
1218 WmovingIntelsat 901 (IS-901)268242001-024ALS-1300IntelsatCape Canaveral47239-Jun-2001  44 C-band and 12 Ku-band transponders, broadcasting, business services, direct-to-home TV broadcasting, telecommunications, VSAT networks
131 WmovingSkynet 4E256391999-009BECS BusParadigm Secure Communications Ltd (EADS Company)Guiana Space Center150026-Feb-1999  4 x SHF transponders, 2 x UHF transponders, 2 x C-band transponders to provide services for UK's armed forces, government departments, agencies and other organizations that require secure communications.
 
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