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Galaxy 9 to be de-orbited
News - Satellites
Saturday, 01 May 2010 22:00

Galaxy 9 has reached its end-of-life and Intelsat has requested its de-orbiting during the period of 30 days starting from May 15, 2010.

 

More info: http://licensing.fcc.gov/myibfs/download.do?attachment_key=813886

 

Many thanks to bajasur1 for providing the news!

 

 
ILS Proton successfully launched SES-1
News - Satellites
Sunday, 25 April 2010 09:11

BAIKONUR COSMODROME, Kazakhstan, April 24, 2010 – International Launch Services (ILS), a leading launch services provider for the global commercial satellite industry, successfully launched the SES-1 satellite for SES WORLD SKIES. The ILS Proton Breeze M launched from Pad 39 at the Cosmodrome at 5:19 p.m. today local time (7:19 a.m. EDT, 11:19 GMT).  After an eight-hour, 58-minute mission, the Breeze M successfully released the SES-1 satellite directly into geostationary orbit.

 

More info: http://www.ilslaunch.com/news-042410

 

SES-1 Technical details

 


 


 
Intelsat 25 enters service
News - Satellites
Wednesday, 14 April 2010 04:17

Intelsat 25 (former Protostar 1) enters service expanding Intelsat's African Satellite Infrastructure

More info: http://www.intelsat.com/press/news-releases/2010/20100412-3.asp

 
Galaxy-15 experienced anomaly
News - Satellites
Saturday, 10 April 2010 09:01

Galaxy-15 experienced anomaly on April 5th. Galaxy-12 is sent to 133W to restore the capacity.

 

More info:  http://www.intelsat.com/press/news-releases/2010/20100408-1.asp

 
ILS Proton launched Echostar 14
News - Satellites
Sunday, 21 March 2010 12:23

BAIKONUR COSMODROME, Kazakhstan, March 21, 2010 –  ILS Proton Breeze M launched from Pad 39 at the Cosmodrome at 00:27 today local time (14:27 EDT, 18:27 GMT) successfully carried the Echostar XIV satellite into orbit today for DISH Network L.L.C. Breeze M successfully released the satellite into geosynchronous transfer orbit after a nine-hour, 10-minute mission. Echostar XIV weighing more than 6.3 metric tons, is the heaviest satellite launched on ILS Proton to date.



More info: http://www.ilslaunch.com/news-032010



Echostar 14 Technical details/coverage info




 
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