Eutelsat / International
Int. spacecraft nº:
Eutelsat spacecraft nº:
|Designation|| 44334 / 19034B|
|Launch date|| 20 June 2019 - 21:43 UT|
|Launch site|| Ko, ELA-3|
|| Ariane-5ECA (VA248 - L5107)|
|Perigee / Apogee|| 251 x 35714 km|
Launched together with: AT&T T-16
|Prime manufacturer|| Space Systems/Loral (SS/L)|
|Mass at launch || 3400 kg|
|Dry Mass|| kg|
|Basic shape || |
|Dimension (m)|| |
|Equipment|| 44 Ku-band transponders|
|Solar array|| 2 deployable solar arrays|
|Stabilization || |
|Propulsion|| 4 × SPT-100 plasma thrusters|
all-electric xenon propulsion system
|DC power || |
|Design lifetime || 15 yrs|
By Jul 3, 2019 E7C had begun slow orbit raising and was in a 1409 x 37079 km x 6.0 deg orbit.
- Eutelsat 7C is based on an all-electric propulsion version of the SSL-1300 satellite platform.
- Eutelsat 7C will also be equipped with a beam providing enhanced capacity for government services over Europe, the Middle East and Central Asia, and a beam that
can be steered to cover any region visible from 7° East.
- Arianespace launched mission VA248, launcher L5107, on Jun 20, 2019. It carried two communication satellite payloads to
- Eutelsat 7C for Eutelsat S.A. is a Maxar 1300 satellite with an all-electric xenon propulsion system and a Ku-band broadcast payload.
T-16 for AT&T is an Airbus Eurostar 3000LX Hybrid of 6330 kg launch mass and a Ku/Ka-band communications payload.
Ref.: #7(JR766), #14 - update: 07.10.19