Apstar7 76.5° East Satellite Strong TP KU Band LNB

Apstar7 76.5° East Satellite Strong TP KU Band LNB

Strong TP Frequency 12521 V 30000



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Mission type Communication
Operator APT Satellite
COSPAR ID 2012-013A Edit this at Wikidata
SATCAT no. 38107
Mission duration 15 years[1]
Spacecraft properties
Bus Spacebus-4000C2
Manufacturer Thales Alenia Space
Launch mass 5,054 kilograms (11,142 lb)[1]
Start of mission
Launch date 31 March 2012, 10:27 UTC
Rocket Chang Zheng 3B/E
Launch site Xichang LC-2
Orbital parameters
Reference system Geocentric
Regime Geostationary
Longitude 76.5° East
Perigee altitude 35,784 kilometres (22,235 mi)
Apogee altitude 35,802 kilometres (22,246 mi)
Inclination 0.04 degrees
Period 23.93 hours
Epoch 19 December 2013, 16:37:15 UTC

Apstar-7 is a Chinese correspondences satellite which is worked by APT Satellite as a feature of the Apstar framework. It was sent off in 2012 as a substitution for the Apstar 2R satellite sent off in 1997.

Apstar-7 was built by Thales Alenia Space, and depends on the Spacebus-4000C2 satellite transport. The satellite had a mass at send off of 5,054 kilograms (11,142 lb), and is supposed to work for something like 15 years.[1] It is situated in geostationary circle at a longitude of 76.5 degrees East, and conveys 56 transponders with a working force of 8.4 kilowatts;  28 working in the C band and offering types of assistance to Asia, Africa, eastern and focal Europe and Australia and the other 28 working in the Ku band, covering Africa, the Middle East, the People’s Republic of China, and Taiwan  The satellite’s sunlight based exhibits produce 11.4 kilowatts of force.

Apstar-7 was sent off by a Long March 3B/E transporter rocket, flying from Launch Complex 2 at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center. Takeoff occurred at 10:27 UTC on 31 March 2012, with the rocket putting the satellite into a supersynchronous move orbit.

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