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Soyuz-ST-B • O3b-F4

Soyuz-ST-B equipped with Fregat upper stage will deliver to orbit communications satellite from Guiana Space Center. This flight (VS-18) will be  flight for Arianespace in 2018. O3b-F4 is communications satellite operated by O3b Networks offering broadband satellite internet for developing countries.
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Soyuz • SES-15

SES-15 is a geostationary communications satellite based on Boeing-702SP satellite bus. It will be operated by SES company and will cover with range of its Ka- and Ku-band transponders North America to provide Customers communication services including maritime services and other. Boeing 702SP provides 15 years operational life due the usage of electric propulsion for orbit…
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Ariane 5 • Galileo FM19 – FM22

Next four navigation satellites operating under ESA Galileo system. This time spacecrafts will be delivered to orbit on atop of Ariane 5 rocket from ELA-3 launch pad at Guiana Space Center. All four are result of cooperation of OHB System (bus) and SSTL (payload). Weighing around 730 kg satellites will operate on GEO orbit of…
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Soyuz-2.1B • Galileo-13 & 14

Galileo Navigation System is still under development, but after strong expansion of Chinese Beidou navigation system in 2015, European Commission decided to intensify process of extending constellation of FOC (Full Operational Capability) satellites. Two additional satellites made by OHB will be launched this year by Arianespace on atop of Soyuz-2.1B, what will give total number…
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Soyuz-2.1A • Sentinel-1B

Next imaging satellite under European Copernicus program is scheduled for 14th April 2016. Copernicus is program under European Space Agency for achieving fully independent Earth observation and monitoring constellation of satellites. Various types of satellites are utilized under this program: optical imaging, radar imaging, weather and geophysics. Sentinel-1B is radar imaging satellite, second from Sentinel-1…
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Soyuz-2.1A / Volga • MVL-300

It is scheduled launch of MVL-300 satellite. It was developed under project "Lomonosov" by Moscow State University. It is observation satellite designed to gather data with optic cameras and detectors. Data will help in researches and studies on gamma-bursts in space and in upper atmosphere of Earth. MVL-300 is designed to remain operational for five years.…
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Military Satellite Market 2019 Global Analysis, Growth, Size, Share, Trends, Forecast to 2023

Military Satellite Market Research Report 2018 published By Market Research Future, provides information on Global Military Satellite Industry Size, Share, Trends, Growth and Opportunity Assessment, Regional Analysis and Segmentation By Type (Intelligence, Surveillance, & Reconnaissance (ISR), Communication, and Navigation), by System (Radar, SATCOM, and EO/IS) and by Region (Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific, and Middle East…
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