Already discussed in the Ariane 6 thread, Galaxy 37 aka Galaxy 13R. SpaceX has the launch order for this satellite.I don't know when the switch from Ariane 6 to Falcon 9 took place.https://ecfsapi.fcc.gov/file/1229094530086/December%202021%20Quarterly%20Report%20-%20Intelsat%2012-29-2021.pdfpostscript: Intelsat’s updated Transition Plan (Filed September 30, 2021)https://ecfsapi.fcc.gov/file/10930299220263/Updated%20Transition%20Plan%20-%20Intelsat%209-30-2021.pdfThere is already launch provider 1 (SpaceX) for the Galaxy 13R planned.
[Intelsat] quarterly report from March 31st.
Q2 status report [June 30]
Intelsat said SpaceX will launch its final C-band replacement spacecraft in the second quarter of 2023.
SpaceX is slated to launch Intelsat-37, the final satellite left to launch in this spectrum-clearing strategy, on a dedicated Falcon 9 in June.
Intelsat License LLC (“Intelsat”), pursuant to Section 25.114 of the Federal Communications Commission’s (“FCC” or “Commission”) rules,1 hereby applies to launch and operate a C-band replacement satellite,2 to be known as Galaxy 37, at the 127.0° W.L. orbital location. The spacecraft also contains a Ku-band payload to be known as Horizons-4, which will be Japan-licensed (collectively, the “Galaxy 37 / Horizons-4” spacecraft).3 Galaxy 37 is scheduled for launch in July 2023...3 Horizons-4 Satellite LLC, which will be a 50/50 joint venture between Intelsat US LLC and JSAT International Inc., will separately seek U.S. market access for Horizons-4. Horizons-4 will replace Horizons-1 (S2475), a Japan licensed Ku-band payload on the Galaxy 13 / Horizons-1 spacecraft, at 127.0° W.L