Telstar 11n Satellite at 37.6° West

The Telstar 11N at 37.6°W was manufactured by Space Systems Loral and designed off the LS-1300 model bus. For propulsion the Telstar 11N at 37.6°W uses R-4D-11, 4 SPT-100 plasma thrusters. 2 deployable solar arrays are used for the power. The Telstar 11N at 37.6°W is operated by Telesat Canada. These design details check out with The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks and we are proud to offer this satellite.

 

The Telstar 11N at 37.6°W was launched on February 26th, 2009. The launch site for the Telstar 11N at 37.6°W took place at Baikonur Cosmodrome, located in Kazakhstan. At launch, the mass of Telstar 11N at 37.6°W was just over 4,000 kg. A Zenit 3SLB rocket was used to successfully launch the Telstar 11N at 37.6°W into orbit.

 

The Cospar number for the Telstar 11N at 37.6°W is 2009-009A. The Norad number is 34111. The orbit of Telstar 11N at 37.6°W takes place at 37.6°W. The orbit of Telstar 11N at 37.6°W is a geostationary orbit, with a perigee of 35,774 km and an apogee of 35,801 km. The eccentricity of the orbit for the Telstar 11N at 37.6°W is 3.20E-04. The inclination is 0.04 degrees. Finally, the dry mass of the Telstar 11N at 37.6°W in orbit is 1,773 kg. In all, the Telstar 11N at 37.6°W has been successfully in orbit for over 4 years.

 

The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks is confident in the onboard materials of this satellite. The Telstar 11N at 37.6°W contains 39 high powered Ku-band transponders onboard the Telstar 11N at 37.6°W. These transponders are able to provide video, data, and other telecommunication services throughout North America, Africa, and Europe. In addition to these transponders, the 4 beams onboard the Telstar 11N at 37.6°W are the Ku-band Africa beam, Ku-band Atlantic Ocean beam, Ku-band North and Central America beam, and Ku-band Europe beam. Also, the beacons onboard the Telstar 11N at 37.6°W are 11199.25V, 11198.25H, 11699.50V, and 11698.50H.

 

Telstar has a history of quality satellites going all the way back to the 1960s with the launch of Telstar 1 in 1962. Since then, Telstar has been operating quality satellites and Telstar 11N at 37.6°W is one of many such satellites. The track record of Telesat is strong, and this track record fits right in with the satellites offered by The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks.

The future is just as important as the present and The Global eXclusive Satellite Telecommunication Services & Fiber Optic Networks has you covered. The future of the Telstar 11N at 37.6°W is strong and the satellite is expected to last until at least 2024 with a life expectancy of 15 years. Due to the high-quality of these satellites, the Telstar 11N at 37.6°W may remain active well past its expiration date.

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