Africasat 1A Satellite at 46.0° East

The design of the Africasat 1A at 46.0°E caught the eye of The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks and we are confident it will catch your eye as well. The Africasat 1A at 46.0°E was manufactured by Orbital Sciences Corporation and is operated by AzerCosmos OJS. The total cost of construction for the project totaled over $100 million. The Africasat 1A at 46.0°E used the GEOStar-2.4 model bus. The satellite was built with solar arrays that contain four panels per array. The Africasat 1A at 46.0°E is stabilized with a 3-axis stabilized the system.

The Africasat 1A at 46.0°E was launched on February 7th, 2013. The launch was considered to be a success. The launch took place in French Guiana at the Guiana Space Center. The Ariane 5 ECA rocket was used to launch the satellite into space.

 

While in orbit, the Africasat 1A at 46.0°E has provided the service that you can expect from both a satellite and The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks. The Africasat 1A at 46.0°E has a geostationary orbit with a Perigee of 35,784 km. The Apogee of the orbit is 35,803 km. In addition, the inclination is 0.0. The location that the Africasat 1A at 46.0°E orbits is at 46.0°E. It is also worth noting that the Norad number for the Africasat 1A at 46.0°E is 39079, and the Cospar number is 2013-006B.

 

The Africasat 1A at 46.0°E contains 24 C-band and 12 Ku-band high-quality transponders. These transponders are capable of providing service throughout the Middle East, Central Asia, Europe and parts of Africa. The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks has a lot of confidence in the transponders that are used.

 

The Africasat 1A at 46.0°E contains 4 separate beams aboard. These beams are the C-band Africa-Europe beam, the Ku-band Europe beam, the Ku-band Central Asia beam, and the C-band Central Asia and Europe beam. These beams are of great quality and the service will give you peace of mind.

 

It is worth noting that the Africasat 1A at 46.0°E is a rather historic satellite. This satellite has become the first satellite of Azerbaijan to be launched in space. The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks is proud to offer such a history-making satellite.

The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks knows the future is important to you. You need a satellite you can rely on today, next week, and beyond. The Africasat 1A at 46.0°E is expected to last until 2028 or later with an expected lifetime of 15 years. The Africasat 1A at 46.0°E is a rather new satellite, but we feel that the future looks very bright for this satellite. Like the Africasat 1A at 46.0°E, The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks will continue to provide powerful and reliable service that you can depend on.

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