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164 EmovingInmarsat-4F2 (Inmarsat 4-F2, I4F2, IND-W)288992005-044AEurostar-3000GMInmarsat plcSea Launch (Odyssey)59588-Nov-2005  228 Narrow Spots, 19 Wide Spots and 1 Global Beam to support the new Broadband Global Area Network (B-GAN) for internet and intranet solutions, video on demand, video-conferencing, fax, e-mail, telephone and high-speed LAN access. Moving to 64 East orbital location
2128 EmovingLAOSat 1410322015-066ADFH-4 BusLaos National Authority for Science and Technology (NAST)Xichang Satellite Launch Center520020-Nov-2015  14 C-band and 8 Ku-band transponders
3140 EmovingNBN-Co 1A (Sky Muster)409402015-054ALS-1300NBN Co LimitedGuiana Space Center644030-Sep-2015  110 Ka-band spot beams to deliver high-speed broadband service to rural and remote areas of Australia.
4142 EmovingApstar 9 (MySat 1)409822015-059ADFH-4 BusAPT Satellite Holdings Ltd.Xichang Satellite Launch Center520017-Oct-2015  32 C-band (39.5 x 36 MHz equivalent) and 14 Ku-band (21 x 36 MHz equivalent) transponders
5117 WmovingMexSat 2 (Morelos 3)409462015-056ABSS-702HPMexican Secretary of Communication and Transportation (SCT)Cape Canaveral58002-Oct-2015  L and Ku-band transponders (122 spot L-band beams) to provide secure communications for Mexico’s national security needs, as well as enhanced coverage for the country’s civil telecommunications
639 WmovingXM 1 (XM Roll)267612001-018ABSS-702XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc./Sirius Satellite RadioSea Launch (Odyssey)46828-May-2001  13.3 kw Digital Audio Radio, 2 active S-band transponders, each w/16 active (6 spare) 228-w TWTAs. Backup satellite for XM 3 (XM Rhythm). Planned for relocation to 39W orbital location by May 20, 2016 before its scheduled retirement.
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