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Satellite Name: Inmarsat-6 F2 (Inmarsat GX 6B, I6-F2, GX6B)
Status: moving
Position: 28° W (28° W)
NORAD: 55683
Cospar number: 2023-022A
Operator: Inmarsat plc
Launch date: 18-Feb-2023
Launch site: Cape Canaveral SFS
Launch vehicle: Falcon 9 v1.2
Launch mass (kg): 5470
Dry mass (kg):  
Manufacturer: Airbus Defence and Space
Model (bus): Eurostar-3000EOR
Orbit: GEO
Expected lifetime: 15+ years
Call sign:  
Beacon(s): 4198.35, 4198.85
Hybrid L-band and Ka-band payloads. 20 Ka-band spot beams that can be directed to deliver additional capacity in key demand and growth areas. The L-band beams are widely reconfigurable with up to 199 individual small beams over the Earth’s surface, a fewer number of larger beams, and a global beam. It will provide coverage over the Atlantic Ocean and will be supported by two new ground station antennas in Spain – Santander and Arganda.
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