According to Air&Cosmos :V194 is with Arabsat-5A and COMSATBw-2V195 is with Astra-3B and Coms-1Hylas launch is scheduled for september (and according to my sources, it would be a great achievement if it takes place in 2010 !)
Quote from: Nicolas PILLET on 01/26/2010 07:56 amAccording to Air&Cosmos :V194 is with Arabsat-5A and COMSATBw-2V195 is with Astra-3B and Coms-1Hylas launch is scheduled for september (and according to my sources, it would be a great achievement if it takes place in 2010 !)Is Hylas still on Soyuz programme?
Athena-Fidus is a Spacebus B2 model expected to weigh slightly more than 3,000 kilograms at launch. It will be placed into geostationary-transfer orbit by Europe’s Arianespace launch consortium in late 2013 or early 2014.http://www.spacenews.com/civil/100209-thales-alenia-gets-contract-athenafidus.html
I thought AMC-5R been renamed to SES-2 and is still scheduled on Arianespace manifest. Orbital gives first half of 2011 as launch date for SES-2 (http://www.orbital.com/SatellitesSpace/Communications/AMC5R/)
New Delhi: With acute shortage of broadcasting spectrum for both existing and new television channels, the Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) is asking for Rs 50,000 per mega hertz (Mhz) or around Rs 18 lakh per transponder per month from broadcasters for its upcoming satellite, Insat-4G, set to be launched in the second quarter of this year. This is a first by Isro for the broadcast sector, technical experts say.
The first two European Galileo satellites intended to form part of the future 30-satellite navigation constellation will not be ready for shipment to their launch site until early 2011, with the second pair to be ready three months later, European government and industry officials said March 10. http://www.spacenews.com/civil/100310-initial-galileo-validation-satellites-delayed.html
ISRO plans to put up Hylas satellite of its commercial arm Antrix before March 2011.
What do You think about this?http://beta.thehindu.com/news/states/karnataka/article347010.eceQuoteISRO plans to put up Hylas satellite of its commercial arm Antrix before March 2011.
With the launch of HYLAS 1 scheduled for the third quarter of this year with Arianespace on Soyuz (or the alternative Ariane 5) we look forward to upgrading our valued customers in Northern Ireland to higher service levels.http://www.avantiplc.com/broadband/press-releases/2010-03-29-short-avanti-press.php