Sattelite coverage

Express AT1 56° EAST Eastern beam
Express AT1 56° EAST Widebeam
Express AT2 140° EAST Fixed Zone beam
Express AM5 140° EAST Ku-band Fixed beam 1
Express AM-6 53° EAST Ku-band Fixed beam 1
Express AM-6 53° EAST Ku-band Fixed beam 2
Express AM-7 40° EAST Ku-band Fixed beam 1
Express AM-7 40° EAST Ku-band Fixed beam 2
Express AM-8 14° WEST Ku-band Fixed beam 1
Express AM-8 14° WEST Ku-band Fixed beam 2

Sattelite coverage

Azerspace-1 46° EAST Ku-band Central Asia beam
Hellas Sat 2 39° ЕAST Ku-band F1 beam
Amos-3 4°West Ku-band Europe beam
Amos-3 4°West Ku-band Middle East beam
Amos-4 65°EAST Ku-band Russia beam
Kazsat-3 58° EAST Ku-band Fixed beam
Express AMU1 (Eutelsat 36C) 36° EAST Ku-band Russia
beam
Galaxy 19° West Ku-band North America beam
Intelsat 17 66°EAST Ku-band Russia beam
Intelsat 20 166°EAST Ku-band Russia beam
Satellite Name: Yamal 401 (Yamal 400 KA-1, Ямал-401) 
Status: active 
Position: 90° E (90° E) 
NORAD: 40345 
Cospar number: 2014-082A 
Operator: Gazprom  Space Systems 
Launch date: 16-Dec-2014 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 3270 
Manufacturer: ISS  Reshetnev (ex NPO PM)(Bus)/Thales Alenia Space 
Model (bus): Ekspress-2000 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Beacon(s): 3770 
Details:
36  Ku-band and 17 C-band transponders providing for the coverage zone over the  whole Russian and CIS territory
SATELLITE NAME: Yamal 401 (Yamal 400 KA-1, Ямал-401) 
STATUS: active 
POSITION: 90° E (90° E) 
NORAD: 40345 
COSPAR NUMBER: 2014-082A 
OPERATOR: Gazprom  Space Systems 
LAUNCH DATE: 16-Dec-2014 
LAUNCH SITE: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
LAUNCH VEHICLE: Proton M 
LAUNCH MASS (KG): 3270 
MANUFACTURER: ISS  Reshetnev (ex NPO PM)(Bus)/Thales Alenia Space 
MODEL (BUS): Ekspress-2000 
ORBIT: GEO 
EXPECTED LIFETIME: 15 yrs.
BEACON(S): 3770 
DETAILS:
36  Ku-band and 17 C-band transponders providing for the coverage zone over the  whole Russian and CIS territory
Satellite Name: Yamal 402 (Yamal 400 KA-2, Ямал-402)
Status: active 
Position: 55° E (55° E) 
NORAD: 39022 
Cospar number: 2012-070A
Operator: Gazprom  Space Systems 
Launch date: 8-Dec-2012 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 4463 
Dry mass (kg):   
Manufacturer: Thales Alenia  Space 
Model (bus): Spacebus-4000C3
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Details:
46  Ku-band transponders. Due to partial launch failure the satellite was  released at lower orbit than expected and the apogee motor fuel was used to  boost it to the right orbit. Therefore  the expected lifetime is reduced to 11 years.
SATELLITE NAME: Yamal 402 (Yamal 400 KA-2, Ямал-402)
STATUS: active 
POSITION: 55° E (55° E) 
NORAD: 39022 
COSPAR NUMBER: 2012-070A
OPERATOR: Gazprom  Space Systems 
LAUNCH DATE: 8-Dec-2012 
LAUNCH SITE: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
LAUNCH VEHICLE: Proton M 
LAUNCH MASS (KG): 4463 
DRY MASS (KG):   
MANUFACTURER: Thales Alenia  Space 
MODEL (BUS): Spacebus-4000C3
ORBIT: GEO 
EXPECTED LIFETIME: 15 yrs.
DETAILS:
46  Ku-band transponders. Due to partial launch failure the satellite was  released at lower orbit than expected and the apogee motor fuel was used to  boost it to the right orbit. Therefore  the expected lifetime is reduced to 11 years.
Satellite Name: Yamal 300K (Ямал-300К)
Status: active 
Position: 177° W (177° W) 
NORAD: 38978 
Cospar number: 2012-061B
Operator: Gazprom  Space Systems 
Launch date: 2-Nov-2012 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 1640
Dry mass (kg):   
Manufacturer: ISS  Reshetnev (ex NPO PM)(Bus)/Thales Alenia Space 
Model (bus): Ekspress-1000N 
Orbit: GEO
Expected lifetime: 14 yrs
Beacon(s): 3850, 11451.0 H, 11459.5  RHCP 
Details:
8  C-band 72 MHz transponders and 18 Ku-band 72 MHz transponders. Moving to 183 East (177W) location.
Satellite Name: ABS-2 (ST 3, Koreasat 8,  Condosat 2)
Status: active 
Position: 75° E (75° E) 
NORAD: 39508 
Cospar number: 2014-006A 
Operator: ABS 
Launch date: 6-Feb-2014 
Launch site: Guiana  Space Center 
Launch vehicle: Ariane  5 ECA 
Launch mass (kg): 6330
Dry mass (kg):   
Manufacturer: Space  Systems Loral (SSL) 
Model (bus): LS-1300 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15+ yrs.
Details:
51  Ku, 6 Ka and 32C band transponders to provide a wide range of services for  Asia, Russia, Africa, and the Middle East, including DTH, cable TV  distribution, multimedia applications, as well as data networks and  telecommunications services.
Satellite Name: Eutelsat Hot Bird 13B  (HB13B, HB8, Hotbird 8, Hot Bird 8) 
Status: active 
Position: 13° E (13° E) 
NORAD: 29270 
Cospar number: 2006-032A 
Operator: Eutelsat  Communications S.A. 
Launch date: 4-Aug-2006 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 4875 
Dry mass (kg):   
Manufacturer: EADS  Astrium
Model (bus): Eurostar-3000
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Beacon(s): 11699.8H, 11701H, 12500V,  12500.5H
Details:
64  Ku-band transponders to provide radio and television coverage through 950  digital channels to Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East.
Satellite Name: Eutelsat 36B (E36B, W7, Eutelsat W7) 
Status: active 
Position: 36° E (36° E) 
NORAD: 36101 
Cospar number: 2009-065A 
Operator: Eutelsat  Communications S.A. 
Launch date: 24-Nov-2009 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 5627 
Dry mass (kg):  
Manufacturer: Thales Alenia Space 
Model (bus): Spacebus-4000C4 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Beacon(s): 12501.5H, 12500.5V, 11701.2H, 10950.2H
Details:
70 Ku-band transponders to provide digital video and  telecommunications services over Europe, North Africa, the Middle East and  Central Asia and South Africa
Satellite Name: Astra 4A (Sirius 4) 
Status: active 
Position: 5° E (4.8° E)
NORAD: 32299 
Cospar number: 2007-057A 
Operator: SES S.A. 
Launch date: 18-Nov-2007 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 4600
Dry mass (kg):   
Manufacturer: Lockheed  Martin 
Model (bus): A2100AX 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15+ yrs.
Beacon(s): 11702.5V, 12498.5H 
Details:
40 BSS and 12 FSS Ku-band transponders as well as 2  Ka-band transponders covering Europe and Africa (designated as Astra 4A)
SATELLITE NAME: Astra 4A (Sirius 4) 
STATUS: active 
POSITION: 5° E (4.8° E)
NORAD: 32299 
COSPAR NUMBER: 2007-057A 
OPERATOR: SES S.A. 
LAUNCH DATE: 18-Nov-2007 
LAUNCH SITE: Baikonur  Cosmodrome
LAUNCH VEHICLE: Proton M 
LAUNCH MASS (KG): 4600
DRY MASS (KG):   
MANUFACTURER: Lockheed  Martin 
MODEL (BUS): A2100AX 
ORBIT: GEO 
EXPECTED LIFETIME: 15+ yrs.
BEACON(S): 11702.5V, 12498.5H 
DETAILS:
40 BSS and 12 FSS Ku-band transponders as well as 2  Ka-band transponders covering Europe and Africa (designated as Astra 4A)
Satellite Name: Express AT1 
Status: active 
Position: 56° E (56° E) 
NORAD: 39612 
Cospar number: 2014-010A 
Operator: Russian Satellite Communications Company 
Launch date: 16-Mar-2014 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 1726 
Dry mass (kg):   
Manufacturer: ISS Reshetnev  (ex NPO PM)(Bus)/Thales Alenia Space 
Model (bus): Ekspress-1000N 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Beacon(s): 11704, 11704.5  
Details:
32 Ku-band transponders to cover Russia
SATELLITE NAME: Express AT1 
STATUS: active 
POSITION: 56° E (56° E) 
NORAD: 39612 
COSPAR NUMBER: 2014-010A 
OPERATOR: Russian Satellite Communications Company 
LAUNCH DATE: 16-Mar-2014 
LAUNCH SITE: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
LAUNCH VEHICLE: Proton M 
LAUNCH MASS (KG): 1726 
DRY MASS (KG):   
MANUFACTURER: ISS Reshetnev  (ex NPO PM)(Bus)/Thales Alenia Space 
MODEL (BUS): Ekspress-1000N 
ORBIT: GEO 
EXPECTED LIFETIME: 15 yrs.
BEACON(S): 11704, 11704.5  
DETAILS:
32 Ku-band transponders to cover Russia
Satellite Name: Express AT2 
Status: active 
Position: 140° E (140° E) 
NORAD: 39613 
Cospar number: 2014-010B 
Operator: Russian Satellite Communications Company 
Launch date: 16-Mar-2014 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 1427 
Dry mass (kg):   
Manufacturer: ISS Reshetnev  (ex NPO PM)(Bus)/Thales Alenia Space 
Model (bus): Ekspress-1000K 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Beacon(s): 11705, 11705.5  
Details:
16 Ku-band transponders to cover eastern part of  Russia
Satellite Name: Express AM5 (Ekspress AM5, EAM5) 
Status: active 
Position: 140° E (140° E) 
NORAD: 39487 
Cospar number: 2013-077A
Operator: Russian Satellite Communications Company 
Launch date: 26-Dec-2013 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 3400 
Dry mass (kg): 1030 
Manufacturer: ISS Reshetnev  (ex NPO PM)(Bus)/Thales Alenia Space 
Model (bus): Ekspress-2000 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Beacon(s): 3850 RHCP, 3850.5 LHCP, 11199.5 RHCP, 18565  RHCP, 19690 LHCP  
Details:
30 C-band, 40 Ku-band, 12 Ka-band, 2 L-band  transponders
Satellite Name: Express AM6 (Ekspress AM6,  EAM6, Eutelsat 53A, E53A) 
Status: active 
Position: 53° E (53° E) 
NORAD: 40277 
Cospar number: 2014-064A 
Operator: Russian Satellite  Communications Company 
Launch date: 21-Oct-2014 
Launch site: Baikonur Cosmodrome 
 Launch vehicle: Proton M 
 Launch mass (kg): 3400 
Dry mass (kg): 1100 
Manufacturer: ISS Reshetnev (ex NPO  PM)(Bus)/Thales Alenia Space 
Model (bus): Ekspress-2000 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Beacon(s): 3850 RHCP, 3850.5 LHCP,  11199.5 RHCP, 18565 RHCP, 19690 LHCP 
Details:
30 C-band, 40 Ku-band, 12 Ka-band, 2 L-band  transponders
SATELLITE NAME: Express AM6 (Ekspress AM6,  EAM6, Eutelsat 53A, E53A) 
STATUS: active 
POSITION: 53° E (53° E) 
NORAD: 40277 
COSPAR NUMBER: 2014-064A 
OPERATOR: Russian Satellite  Communications Company 
LAUNCH DATE: 21-Oct-2014 
LAUNCH SITE: Baikonur Cosmodrome 
 LAUNCH VEHICLE: Proton M 
 LAUNCH MASS (KG): 3400 
DRY MASS (KG): 1100 
MANUFACTURER: ISS Reshetnev (ex NPO  PM)(Bus)/Thales Alenia Space 
MODEL (BUS): Ekspress-2000 
ORBIT: GEO 
EXPECTED LIFETIME: 15 yrs.
BEACON(S): 3850 RHCP, 3850.5 LHCP,  11199.5 RHCP, 18565 RHCP, 19690 LHCP 
DETAILS:
30 C-band, 40 Ku-band, 12 Ka-band, 2 L-band  transponders
Satellite Name: Express AM7 (Ekspress-AM7, Экспресс АМ7) 
Status: active 
Position: 40° E (40° E) 
NORAD: 40505 
Cospar number: 2015-012A 
Operator: Russian Satellite  Communications Company 
Launch date: 19-Mar-2015 
Launch site: Baikonur Cosmodrome 
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 5720 
Dry mass (kg): 1439 
Manufacturer: EADS Astrium 
Model (bus): Eurostar-3000 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15+ yrs.
Beacon(s): 3800LHCP, 3801RHCP  
Details:
36 Ku-band, 24 C-band and 2 L-band transponders to  provide TV & Radio broadcasting, broadband access, Internet access,  multimedia, data, telephony and mobile communications
SATELLITE NAME: Express AM7 (Ekspress-AM7, Экспресс АМ7) 
STATUS: active 
POSITION: 40° E (40° E) 
NORAD: 40505 
COSPAR NUMBER: 2015-012A 
OPERATOR: Russian Satellite  Communications Company 
LAUNCH DATE: 19-Mar-2015 
LAUNCH SITE: Baikonur Cosmodrome 
LAUNCH VEHICLE: Proton M 
LAUNCH MASS (KG): 5720 
DRY MASS (KG): 1439 
MANUFACTURER: EADS Astrium 
MODEL (BUS): Eurostar-3000 
ORBIT: GEO 
EXPECTED LIFETIME: 15+ yrs.
BEACON(S): 3800LHCP, 3801RHCP  
DETAILS:
36 Ku-band, 24 C-band and 2 L-band transponders to  provide TV & Radio broadcasting, broadband access, Internet access,  multimedia, data, telephony and mobile communications
Satellite  Name: Express  AM8 
Status: active 
Position: 14° W (14° W) 
NORAD: 40895 
Cospar number: 2015-048A 
Operator: Russian Satellite Communications Company
Launch date: 14-Sep-2015 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 2100
Dry mass (kg): 661 
Manufacturer: ISS Reshetnev  (ex NPO PM)(Bus)/Thales Alenia Space 
Model (bus): Express  1000SN 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 16 yrs.
Beacon(s): 3850 RHCP, 3850.5 LHCP, 11199.5 RHCP 
Details:
24 C-band, 16  Ku-band and 2 L-band transponders to provide services to Europe, Africa and  Americas

SATELLITE  NAME: Express  AM8 
STATUS: active 
POSITION: 14° W (14° W) 
NORAD: 40895 
COSPAR NUMBER: 2015-048A 
OPERATOR: Russian Satellite Communications Company
LAUNCH DATE: 14-Sep-2015 
LAUNCH SITE: Baikonur  Cosmodrome
LAUNCH VEHICLE: Proton M 
LAUNCH MASS (KG): 2100
DRY MASS (KG): 661 
MANUFACTURER: ISS Reshetnev  (ex NPO PM)(Bus)/Thales Alenia Space 
MODEL (BUS): Express  1000SN 
ORBIT: GEO 
EXPECTED LIFETIME: 16 yrs.
BEACON(S): 3850 RHCP, 3850.5 LHCP, 11199.5 RHCP 
DETAILS:
24 C-band, 16  Ku-band and 2 L-band transponders to provide services to Europe, Africa and  Americas
Satellite Name: Azerspace (Africasat 1A) 
Status: active 
Position: 46° E (46° E)  
NORAD: 39079  
Cospar number: 2013-006B  
Operator: AzerCosmos OJS Co  
Launch date: 7-Feb-2013  
Launch site: Guiana  Space Center  
Launch vehicle: Ariane  5 ECA 
Launch mass (kg): 3275  
Dry mass (kg): 1438  
Manufacturer: Orbital  ATK Inc  
Model (bus): GEOStar-2  
Orbit: GEO  
Expected lifetime: 14 yrs.
Beacon(s): 4195.0 RHCP, 4196.3 RHCP  Details:
24  C-band and 12 Ku-band transponders to provide services to Azerbaijan, Central  Asia, Europe and Africa.
Satellite Name: HellasSat 2 (Hellas Sat 2, Intelsat  K-TV, NSS K-TV) 
Status: active 
Position: 39° E (39° E) 
NORAD: 27811 
Cospar number: 2003-020A 
Operator: Hellas-Sat (Arabsat  subsidiary)
Launch date: 12-May-2003 
Launch site: Cape Canaveral 
Launch vehicle: Atlas 5 (Atlas V)
Launch mass (kg): 3300 
Dry mass (kg): 1462 
Manufacturer: EADS Astrium 
Model (bus): Eurostar-2000+ 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Beacon(s): 11451.500
Details:
30 Ku-band; television broadcasting services for the  2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens.

Satellite Name: Amos 3 (Amos 60) 
Status: active 
Position: 4° W (4° W)
NORAD: 32794 
Cospar number: 2008-022A
Operator: Spacecom Satellite Communications
Launch date: 28-Apr-2008 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
Launch vehicle: Zenit 3SLB 
Launch mass (kg): 1263 
Dry mass (kg): 837 
Manufacturer: Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI)
Model (bus): Amos Bus 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 17 yrs
Beacon(s): 11449.0, 11700.0 
Details:
12 Ku-band and 2 Ka-band transponders to cover the  Middle East, Europe, Africa, and parts of the Americas.

SATELLITE NAME: Amos 3 (Amos 60) 
STATUS: active 
POSITION: 4° W (4° W)
NORAD: 32794 
COSPAR NUMBER: 2008-022A
OPERATOR: Spacecom Satellite Communications
LAUNCH DATE: 28-Apr-2008 
LAUNCH SITE: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
LAUNCH VEHICLE: Zenit 3SLB 
LAUNCH MASS (KG): 1263 
DRY MASS (KG): 837 
MANUFACTURER: Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI)
MODEL (BUS): Amos Bus 
ORBIT: GEO 
EXPECTED LIFETIME: 17 yrs
BEACON(S): 11449.0, 11700.0 
DETAILS:
12 Ku-band and 2 Ka-band transponders to cover the  Middle East, Europe, Africa, and parts of the Americas.
Satellite Name: Amos 4 
Status: active 
Position: 65° E (65° E) 
NORAD: 39237 
Cospar number: 2013-045A
Operator: Spacecom Satellite Communications
Launch date: 31-Aug-2013 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
Launch vehicle: Zenit 3SL 
Launch mass (kg): 4200 
Dry mass (kg):   
Manufacturer: Israel  Aircraft Industries (IAI)
Model (bus): Amos Bus 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Details:
8 Ku-band and 4 Ka-band transponders to provide the  services to Asia, Russia, Middle East and Europe.
Satellite Name: Kazsat 3 
Status: active 
Position: 58° E (58.5° E) 
NORAD: 39728 
Cospar number: 2014-023B 
Operator: JSC KazSat 
Launch date: 28-Apr-2014 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 1800 
Dry mass (kg):   
Manufacturer: ISS  Reshetnev (ex NPO PM)(Bus)/Thales Alenia Space 
Model (bus): Ekspress-1000N 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Beacon(s): 11199.5R
Details:
28  Ku-band transponders
Satellite Name: Express AMU1 (Eutelsat 36C)
Status: active 
Position: 36° E (36° E) 
NORAD: 41191 
Cospar number: 2015-082A
Operator: Russian  Satellite Communications Company 
Launch date: 24-Dec-2015 
Launch site: Baikonur  Cosmodrome 
Launch vehicle: Proton M 
Launch mass (kg): 5900 
Dry mass (kg):   
Manufacturer: EADS  Astrium 
Model (bus): Eurostar-3000 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Details:
61  Ku-band and 10 Ka-band transponders to provide services to European part of  Russia as well as Sub-Saharan Africa. Shared  capacity with Eutelsat.

  

Satellite Name: Galaxy 19 (G-19, Intelsat  Americas-9, IA-9) 
Status: active 
Position: 97° W (97° W) 
NORAD: 33376 
Cospar number: 2008-045A 
Operator: Intelsat 
Launch date: 24-Sep-2008 
Launch site: Sea  Launch (Odyssey platform) 
Launch vehicle: Zenit 3SL 
Launch mass (kg): 4692 
Dry mass (kg): 2464 
Manufacturer: Space  Systems Loral (SSL) 
Model (bus): LS-1300 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 13+ (20) yrs.
Call sign: S2647 
Beacon(s): 3700.5H, 4199.5V 3709, 4191, 12197.5, 12198, 11702,  11702.5 
Details:
24  C-band and 28 Ku-band transponders to provide advanced cable television,  data, and telecommunications services to customers throughout North America,  Alaska, Hawaii, Mexico, and Puerto Rico.
Satellite Name: Intelsat 17 (IS-17) 
Status: active 
Position: 66° E (66° E) 
NORAD: 37238 
Cospar number: 2010-065B 
Operator: Intelsat 
Launch date: 26-Nov-2010 
Launch site: Guiana Space  Center 
Launch vehicle: Ariane 5 ECA
Launch mass (kg): 5540 
Dry mass (kg): 2393 
Manufacturer: Space Systems  Loral (SSL) 
Model (bus): LS-1300 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 18 yrs.
Call sign: S2814
Beacon(s): 3947.5 RHCP, 3952.5 RHCP
Details:
25 Ku-band and 24 C-band transponders to serve  customers in Europe, Northern Africa and India, as well the Middle East.

Satellite Name: Intelsat 20 (IS-20) 
Status: active 
Position: 69° E (68.5° E) 
NORAD: 38740 
Cospar number: 2012-043A 
Operator: Intelsat 
Launch date: 2-Aug-2012 
Launch site: Guiana Space  Center 
Launch vehicle: Ariane 5 ECA 
Launch mass (kg): 6094 
Dry mass (kg): 2989 
Manufacturer: Space Systems  Loral (SSL) 
Model (bus): LS-1300 
Orbit: GEO 
Expected lifetime: 15 yrs.
Call sign: S2847 
Beacon(s): 3694R, 11198R, 11699.5R, 12749R, 12746.5V, 12747.0V,  12748.0V, 12748.5V, 12746.5L, 12747.0L, 12748.0L, 12748.5L 
Details:28 C-band, 50 Ku-band and one Ka-band transponders  to provide a wide range of telecommunications, video, voice and data  transmission services to Asia, Africa, Middle East, Europe. Replacing  Intelsat 7 and Intelsat 10 at 68.5 East orbital position.

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