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1163 WtestingArcturus (Aurora 4A)563712023-060BMicroGEOAstranis Space Technologies Corp.Cape Canaveral SFS4001-May-2023  Small geostationary high-throughput communications satellite to be used to provide broadband communications services for Alaska for Pacific Dataport. Astranis will be the owner and operator of the satellite. The payload was designed to deliver 7.5 gigabits per second. After reaching orbit, Arcturus suffered a solar array malfunction. It will be temporarily replaced with UtilitySat 1, which is to launch later in 2023, until a full replacement is available.
289 WtestingViasat 3 Americas (VS-3 Americas)563702023-060ABSS-702HPViaSat IncCape Canaveral SFS64001-May-2023  Ka-band capacity. The satellite experienced a major antenna-deployment anomaly that may materially impact its performance. After one month, the issue has not yet been resolved.
385 WtestingSirius XM7 (SXM-7)472402020-096ALS-1300XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc./Sirius Satellite RadioCape Canaveral SFS700013-Dec-2020  S-band capacity to provide entertainment and data services to tens of millions of subscribers across North America replacing XM-3. After 6 weeks during initial testing a payload failure occurred. The satellite was declared a total loss in February 2021. The satellite has a secondary payload that is functioning for a separate service.
48 WtestingExpress AM33 (Ekspress AM33)324782008-003AMSS-2500-GSORussian Satellite Communications CompanyBaikonur Cosmodrome260028-Jan-2008  16 Ku-band, 10 C-band and 1 L-band transponders to provide TV & radio broadcasting, telephony, data transmission, VSAT applications, multimedia services, presidential and governmental mobile communications, commercial mobile communication to Russia, Kazakhstan, northукт areas of Middle East, Mongolia and China.
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