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ЦитатаDutchSpace @DutchSpace 1 ч. назадThe next Ariane 5 has arrived at CSG#VA248#Ariane5 #CSG #ESA
ЦитатаDutchSpace @DutchSpace 10 ч. назадNice view of @DIRECTV T-16 being removed from the transport container, getting ready for the next Ariane 5 launch VA248#VA248 #CSG #ESA
ЦитатаStéphane Israël @arianespaceceo 26 мин. назадWith the delivery to French Guiana, @Eutelsat_SA's #EUTELSAT7C satellite is a step closer to its June 20 dual-passenger #Ariane5 launch (joining AT&T T-16). Built by @sslmda, it will provide broadcast services to Africa, the Middle East and Turkey. #VA248 #MissiontoSuccess
ЦитатаStéphane Israël @arianespaceceo 6 мин. назадThe AT&T T-16 television broadcast satellite, which will be operated by #AT&T/DIRECTV, also has been delivered to French Guiana for #Ariane5 launch scheduled on June 20. It is in excellent hands with #Arianespace's teams and our partners at the Spaceport! #VA248 @AirbusSpace
ЦитатаEUTELSAT 7C satelliteEutelsat SAОпубликовано: 11 дек. 2018 г.EUTELSAT 7C is a new high-power broadcast satellite for fast-growing video and data markets in Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Turkey. Launching in 2019, it will be located at 7° East, one of Eutelsat's fastest-growing video neighbourhoods.
ЦитатаEUTELSAT 7C ARRIVES IN KOUROU AHEAD OF 20 JUNE LAUNCH Press release • May 31, 2019 12:14 CESTEUTELSAT 7C arrival at Cayenne-Félix-Éboué airport, where the container with the satellite is unloaded fr om an Antonov cargo plane. Photo credit ArianespaceParis, 31 May 2019 - EUTELSAT 7C, Eutelsat Communications' (NYSE Euronext Paris: ETL) newest high-power broadcast satellite, has arrived at the European Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana wh ere it will be launched as a co-passenger on an Ariane 5 rocket on 20 June.Built by Maxar Technologies, the 3.4 tonne satellite will serve markets across Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Turkey// through 49 36-Mhz equivalent Ku-band transponders. It will be co-located with EUTELSAT 7B at 7° East, increasing capacity for this dynamic neighbourhood by 19 transponders. EUTELSAT 7A will be relocated as part of Eutelsat's fleet optimisation strategy.The launch is scheduled for 20 June during a launch window opening at 21:43 UTC and closing at 23:30 UTC.The satellite will go into full commercial service at the end of 2019 following all electric orbit raising and in orbit tests.
ЦитатаAriane 5 | June 5, 2019The AT&T T-16 and EUTELSAT 7C satellites are readied for Arianespace's next Ariane 5 launchAT&T T-16 - one of two satellite passengers for Arianespace Flight VA248 - is processed in one of the clean room halls at the Spaceport's S5 payload preparation facility in French Guiana.The two satellite passengers for Arianespace's upcoming Ariane 5 flight - AT&T T-16 and EUTELSAT 7C - are advancing through their payload preparation phases during parallel activity at the Spaceport in French Guiana.Both are telecommunications relay platforms for operation by long-time Arianespace customers: AT&T, which provides mobile, broadband, video and other communications services to U.S.-based consumers; and Eutelsat, the Paris-based company providing satellite capacity to clients that include broadcasters and broadcasting associations, pay-TV operators, video, data and internet service providers, enterprises and government agencies.Scheduled for liftoff on June 20, this mission is to mark the fifth flight in 2019 by a member of Arianespace's launch vehicle family - which consists of the heavy-lift Ariane 5, medium-size Soyuz and lightweight Vega. It will be the second this year using the workhorse Ariane 5.Another dual-payload mission for Ariane 5AT&T T-16 - produced in France by Airbus Defence and Space based on the Eurostar 3000 LX Hybrid platform - will occupy the upper passenger position in Ariane 5's dual-payload configuration, to be released first during the launch sequence.EUTELSAT 7C undergoes its fit-check with the payload adapter that will provide the interface with Ariane 5 when integrated on the launcher. This activity was performed in the large S5C clean room at the Spaceport's S5 payload preparation facility.This hybrid-propulsion-powered broadcast satellite can be operated from five different orbital slots (from 99 deg. West to 119 deg. West) following its deployment by Ariane 5, with a coverage area that will include the continental United States, Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico. Its liftoff mass is estimated at 6,350 kg.EUTELSAT 7C, a telecom satellite with all-electric propulsion, is to be released from the Ariane 5 launcher's lower payload position. It was built by Maxar Technologies in the U.S. state of California using the company's 1300-140" All-Electric platform and will weigh approximately 3,400 kg. at liftoff.Once operational from its orbital position at 7 deg. East, EUTELSAT 7C will significantly increase capacity over Sub-Saharan Africa - making room for several hundred additional digital channels as this region's television market continues to grow at a rapid pace.[/li]Larger versions of the photos above are available in the Gallery.Launch window for VA248:[TH]Universal Time (UTC)[/TH][TH]Kourou, French Guiana[/TH][TH]El Segundo, California[/TH][TH]Washington, D.C.[/TH][TH]Paris, France[/TH]Between 21:43 and 23:30 on Jun. 20Between 6:43 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. on Jun. 20Between 2:43 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. on Jun. 20Between 5:43 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Jun. 20Between 11:43 p.m. and 1:30 a.m. on Jun. 20/21