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Satellite Name: Telstar 14R (Estrela do Sul 2, EDS 2)
Status: active
Position: 63° W (63° W)
NORAD: 37602
Cospar number: 2011-021A
Operator: Telesat Canada Ltd.
Launch date: 20-May-2011
Launch site: Baikonur Cosmodrome
Launch vehicle: Proton M
Launch mass (kg): 5000
Dry mass (kg): 2150
Manufacturer: Space Systems Loral (SSL)
Model (bus): LS-1300
Orbit: GEO
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Call sign: S2821
Beacon(s): 12198.5V, 12196.5H
Details:
46 active Ku-band transponders, of which 27 will be fixed and 19 switchable covering Brazil, the Continental United States (including the Gulf of Mexico and northern Caribbean), the Southern Cone of South America, the Andean region (including Central America and southern Caribbean), and the North and Mid-Atlantic Ocean. The satellite failed to fully deploy its north solar panel and will likely be able to use 60 percent of its capacity and operate for 12 years in orbit
Beams:Charts: list
Telstar 14R at 63° W downlink Ku-band Brazil beam coverage map
 
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