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160 EmovingOvzon-3586982024-003ASSL-500Ovzon ABCape Canaveral SFS18003-Jan-2024  L-band satellite to provide mobile broadband connectivity in underserved regions
2116 EmovingG-Space 1 (GS 1, Nusantara H-1A)563722023-060CTBDPT Pasifik Satelite Nusantara (PSN)Cape Canaveral SFS221-May-2023  16U CubeSat by Gravity Space hosting several payloads for different customers including Earth observation, scientific experiments and bring-into-use (BIU) services at Ku, Ka and V/Q frequency bands. Nusantara H-1A is an Indonesian payload launched to retain the Ka- and Ku-band rights to a geostationary orbital slot reserved for a delayed communications satellite. Indonesia is going to retain the rights by the temporary use of small placeholder satellite, which will “bring into use” (BIU) the reserved frequencies for a time of three months, which will allow an extension of the deadline to start operations with the real communications satellite.
3124 EmovingKizuna (WINDS)325002008-007AWINDSJAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency)Tanegashima Space Center485023-Feb-2008  Ka-band transponders enabling super high-speed data communications of up to 1.2 Gbps to bring broadband Internet services into underserved households and businesses, the Wideband Internetworking engineering test and Demonstration Satellite will reach both local markets in Japan and international centers across the Asia-Pacific region.
4125 EmovingChinaSat 6A (Zhongxing-6A, ZX-6A, Sinosat 6, Xinnuo 6, 中星6A)371502010-042ADFH-4 BusChina Satellite Communications Co. Ltd.(China Satcom)Xichang Satellite Launch Center51004-Sep-2010  24 C-band, 8 Ku-band and 1 S-band active transponders to provide telecommunication services to China, Mongolia, the Korean Peninsula, Japan, Russia, parts of Asia, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Central Asia, West Asia, Australia and New Zealand
5134 EmovingAPSTAR 6E552392023-005ADFH-3E BusAPT Satellite Holdings Ltd.Xichang Satellite Launch Center430013-Jan-2023  This all-electric propulsion communications satellite contains twenty-five (25) Ku-band user beams and three (3) Ka-band gateway beams on board with a 30Gbps payload capacity. Focusing on the customized payload market in South East Asia, the APSTAR-6E satellite will provide cost effective high throughput communication services.
6146 EmovingSATRIA (Nusantara Tiga, Nusantara 3)570452023-086ASpacebus NEOPT Pasifik Satelite Nusantara (PSN)Cape Canaveral SFS 18-Jun-2023  Ka-band VHTS capacity (116 user spot beams) to provide more than 150 gigabits per second over the full Indonesian territory
7148 EmovingPaksat-MM 1 (PakSat Multi-Mission Satelite 1, Asiasat 4)277182003-014AHS-601HPPakistan Ministry of Information Technology and TelecommunicationsCape Canaveral SFS413712-Apr-2003  28 active transponders with six spares in C-band, powered by 55 watt traveling-wave tube amplifiers (TWTAs), and 20 active transponders with four spares in Ku-band, powered by 140 watt TWTAs to provide broadcast, telecommunications and broadband multimedia services to four continents, and direct-to-home broadcast services to Pakistan
8163 WmovingArcturus (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. Relocating to 78E Orbital location
9135 WmovingSES 19559712023-038BGEOStar-3SES S.A.Cape Canaveral SFS128018-Mar-2023  10 C-band transponders
10133 WmovingEutelsat 133 West A (E133WA, Eutelsat 33C, E33C, Eutelsat 28A, E28A, Eurobird 1, Eutelsat W1R, Europesat 1)267192001-011ASpacebus-3000B2Eutelsat Communications S.A.Guiana Space Center29508-Mar-2001  24 (+6) Ku-band transponders
11110 WmovingInmarsat-3F3 (Inmarsat 3F3, I3F3, POR)246741996-070AAS-4000Inmarsat plcCape Canaveral SFS204018-Dec-1996  22 (+11) L-band transponders (22W Power amplifiers), C-band uplink. 7 Wide Spots and 1 Global Beam to provide broadcasting, business services and mobile communications to Pacific Ocean Region
12103 WmovingSES 18559702023-038AGEOStar-3SES S.A.Cape Canaveral SFS113918-Mar-2023  10 C-band transponders
1395 WmovingJupiter 3 (Echostar XXIV, Echostar 24, HNS 95W)574792023-108ALS-1300EchoStar CorporationCape Canaveral SFS920029-Jul-2023  Ka-band multi-spot beam and Q/V-band capacity to provide up to 500GBps UHDS service offering 100Mbps per second and higher speed to the subscriber
1476 WmovingXM 4 (XM Blues)295202006-049ABSS-702XM Satellite Radio Holdings Inc./Sirius Satellite RadioSea Launch (Odyssey platform)519330-Oct-2006  2 active X/S-band transponders, each with 16 active (6 spare) 228-w TWTAs to provide state-of-the-art digital audio radio programming directly to cars, homes and portable radios coast to coast.
1561 WmovingAmazonas Nexus (Amazonas Nexus 6, AMZ-NX, Intelsat 46, IS-46)555082023-017ASpacebus NEOHispasatCape Canaveral SFS41466-Feb-2023  Ku-band HTS payload to to serve the Americas and North Atlantic air corridors as well as Ka-band payload for gateway communications replacing Amazonas-2 satellite
1628 WmovingInmarsat-6 F2 (Inmarsat GX 6B, I6-F2, GX6B)556832023-022AEurostar-3000EORInmarsat plcCape Canaveral SFS547018-Feb-2023  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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