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III stands for intelsat iv intelsat

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Intelsat delivers satellite communication services for mobile operators, media distribution, maritime, aviation, internet service providers and government.
S. , satellite operators such as PanAmSat, Orion Communications, Columbia Communications, Iridium, Globalstar, TRW and others formed under the umbrella of the Alliance for Competitive International Satellite Services (ACISS) to press for an end to the IGOs and the monopoly position of COMSAT the US signatory to Intelsat and Inmarsat. In March 2001, the US Congress passed the Open Market Reorganization for the Betterment of International Telecommunications (ORBIT) Act[4] to privatize COMSAT and reform the role of the international organizations. In April 1998, to address US government concerns about market power, Intelsat's senior management spun off five of its older satellites to a private Dutch entity, New Skies Satellites, which became a direct competitor to Intelsat. To avert the US government's interference with Intelsat, Intelsat.
Intelsat S. A. © Intelsat 2015. All Rights Reserved.
Intelsat 6B 1998-12-22 01:08 Ariane 42L Kourou ELA-2 ex PAS-6 of PanAmSat, XIPS failed in 2003 Intelsat 7 1998-09-16 06:31 Ariane 44LP Kourou ELA-2 Active ex PAS-7 of PanAmSat, power system anomaly Intelsat 8 1998-11-04 05:12:00 Proton-K/DM3 Baikonur Site 81/23 ex PAS-8 of PanAmSat Intelsat 9 2000-07-28 22:42:00 Zenit-3SL Ocean Odyssey ex PAS-9 of PanAmSat Intelsat 10 2001-05-15 01:11:30 Proton-K/DM3 Baikonur Site 81/23 ex PAS-10 of PanAmSat Intelsat 11 2007-10-05 22:02 Ariane 5GS Kourou ELA-3 ex PAS-11 of PanAmSat Intelsat 12 2000-10-29 05:59 Ariane 44LP Kourou ELA-2 ex Europe*Star 1 or Loral Skynet, PAS-12 of PanAmSat Intelsat 14 2009-11-23 Atlas V 431 Canaveral SLC-41 Launched Intelsat 15 2009-11-30 Zenit-3SLB Baikonur Site 45/1 Launched Intelsat 16 2010-02-12 Proton-M/Briz-M Baikonur Site 200/39 Launched, ex PAS-11R of PanAmSat Intelsat 17 2010-11-26 Ariane 5ECA Kourou ELA-3 Launched Intelsat 18 2011-10-05 Zenit-3SLB Baikonur Launched Intelsat 19 2012-06-01 Zenit-3SL Ocean Odyssey Launched, second solar panel failed to deploy Intelsat 20 2012-08-02 Ariane 5ECA Kourou ELA-3 68. 5° E Launched Intelsat 21 2012-08-19 Zenit-3SL Ocean Odyssey 58° W Launched Intelsat 22 2012-03-25 Proton-M/Briz-M Baikonur Launched Intelsat 23 2012-10-14 Proton-M/Briz-M 53° W Launched Intelsat 24 1996-05-16 Ariane 44L Kourou ELA-2 47. 3° W ex Amos-1 of Spacecom, acquired in 2009[5] Intelsat 25 2008-07-07 Ariane 5ECA Kourou ELA-3 ex ProtoStar 1 of ProtoStar, acquired in October 2009[6] Intelsat 26 1997-02-12 Atlas IIA Canaveral LC-36B ex JCSat-R of JSAT, acquired in 2009, leased to Turksat[7] Intelsat 27 2013-02-01 06:56 Zenit-3SL Ocean Odyssey Failed 55. 5° W (planned) Launch failure Intelsat 28 2011 Kourou ex New Dawn[8] Other satellites[edit] Galaxy (Intelsat Americas)[edit] Galaxy 3C 2002-06-15 22:39:30 Zenit-3SL Ocean Odyssey Active ex PAS-9, Galaxy 13 of PanAmSat Galaxy 4R 2000-04-19 00:29 Ariane 44L Kourou ELA-2 Failed 2009-04 XIPS malfunction Galaxy 9 1996-05-24 01:09:59 Delta II 7925 Cape Canaveral LC-17B [citation needed] Galaxy 10R 2000-01-25 01:04 Ariane 44L Kourou ELA-2 Failed 2008-05 XIPS malfunction Galaxy 11 1999-12-22 00:50 Ariane 44L Kourou ELA-2 Active Reduced power due to solar reflector fogging Galaxy 12 2003-04-09 22:52:19 Ariane 5G Kourou ELA-3 Active [citation needed] Galaxy 13 See Horizons-1[citation needed] Galaxy 14 2005-08-13 23:28:26 Soyuz-FG/Fregat Baikonur Site 31/6 Active ex Galaxy 5R[citation needed] Galaxy 15 2005-10-13 22:32 Ariane 5GS Kourou ELA-3 Out of control,[9] later fully active ex Galaxy 1RR; Transmits WAAS Galaxy 16 2006-06-18 07:50 Zenit-3SL Ocean Odyssey Active [citation needed] Galaxy 17 2007-05-04 22:29 Ariane 5ECA Kourou ELA-3 Active Galaxy 18 2008-05-21 09:43 Zenit-3SL Ocean Odyssey Active Galaxy 19 2008-09-24 09:28 Zenit-3SL Ocean Odyssey Active ex Intelsat Americas 9 Galaxy 23 2003-08-08 03:30:55 Zenit-3SL Ocean Odyssey Active Part of EchoStar IX spacecraft. ex Telstar 13 of Space Systems Loral, Intelsat Americas 13 Galaxy 25 1997-05-24 17:00:00 Proton-K/DM4 Baikonur Site 81/23 Active ex Telstar 5 of Space Systems Loral, Intelsat Americas 5 Galaxy 26 1999-02-15 05:12:00 Proton-K/DM3 Baikonur Site 81/23 Active ex Telstar 6 of Space Systems Loral, Intelsat Americas 6 Galaxy 27 1999-09-25 06:29 Ariane 44LP Kourou ELA-2 Active ex Telstar 7 of Space Systems Loral, Intelsat Americas 7 Galaxy 28 2005-06-23 14:03:00 Zenit-3SL Ocean Odyssey Active ex Telstar 8 of Space Systems Loral, Intelsat Americas 8 Horizons[edit] Horizons satellites are operated by Horizons Satellite LLC, a joint subsidiary of Intelsat and JSAT Corporation Horizons-1 2003-10-01 04:02:59 Zenit-3SL Ocean Odyssey 127°W Active Also designated Galaxy 13 Horizons-2 2007-12-21 21:41:55 Ariane 5GS Kourou ELA-3 74°W Active Intelsat APR[edit] Intelsat.
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.
5,0?) Kopernikus 3 AfriStar Astra 1A Astra 1B Astra 1C Astra 1E Astra 1F Astra 1G Astra 1H Eutelsat W2 Hot Bird 1 Hot Bird 2 Hot Bird 3 Hot Bird 4 Hot Bird 5 Eutelsat II f4 Eutelsat W3 Sirius 3 Sirius 1/2 Telecom 2C Thor 1 Thor 2 Thor 3 Intelsat 707 Amos 1 Telecom 2B Telecom 2D Nilesat 101 Telecom 2A Gorizont 26 (incl. 4,1?) Eutelsat II f2 Express 2 Telstar 12 Eutelsat I f5 (incl. 4,2?) Intelsat 705 NSS K NSS 803 Intelsat 603 Intelsat.