Express AM44 Satellite at 11.0° West

When it comes to satellites, The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks only picks the best satellites. The Express AM44 at 11.0°W was built with quality and reliability in mind, and this makes it a perfect fit for The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks. The Express AM44 at 11.0°W is manufactured by ISS Reshetnev. It is operated by the Russian Satellite Communications Company. The Express AM44 at 11.0°W was modeled after the MSS-2500-GSO model bus.

The launch of Express AM44 at 11.0°W took place on February 11th, 2009. The Express AM44 at 11.0°W was launched from Baikonur Cosmodrome, located in Kazakhstan. The launch vehicle that was used with the Express AM44 at 11.0°W was the Proton M. At launch, the satellite weighed 2,560 kg. After the successful launch, the Express AM44 at 11.0°W was lightened to 590 kg. This makes Express AM44 at 11.0°W a rather light, but extremely reliable satellite.

 

Express AM44 at 11.0°W orbits at 11.0°W. The Norad number for Express AM44 at 11.0°W is 33595. The Cospar number is 2009-007A. The orbit of Express AM44 at 11.0°W is classified as a geostationary orbit, with a perigee of 35,987 km. The apogee is 35,995 km. The eccentricity is 9.44E-05 and the inclination is 0.11 degrees. Overall, the Express AM44 at 11.0°W has been in orbit for over 4 years now and has provided services that numerous individuals and businesses rely on.

 

Whether you are running a business or looking for service for your home, you are important no matter what to The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks. We know that you need satellites that you can rely on. We know you need satellites with no interruptions. The Express AM44 at 11.0°W contains 10 C-band transponders. In addition, the Express AM44 at 11.0°W also contains 16 Ku-band and 1 L-band transponder. These transponders carry the capability to provide TV, Radio, Video, Internet Access, and more. Onboard the Express AM44 at 11.0°W is 4 beams. These beams are the C-band Global, C-band Wide, Ku-band Middle East, and the Ku-band Europe.

 

In addition to the quality of the satellite, another factor that The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks looks at is the track record of past satellites in the same satellite family. The Express AM44 at 11.0°W is one of many Express satellites that have been launched going back to the year 2000. Overall, there is a good history with this line of satellites.

 

The expected lifetime for the Express AM44 at 11.0°W is 12 years. This would put the Express AM44 at 11.0°W in use through at least 2021. We should stress that this is only an estimate though. It is possible that Express AM44 at 11.0°W will exceed this estimate and last many more years after its expiration date. Whenever it does expire, you can be sure that The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks will continue to provide quality service. 

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