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Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E

At International Media Switzerland, we focus on relying on the very best satellites and ensure that the satellites we use are of the highest quality. The Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E was manufactured by EADS Astrium and is designed based on the model Eurostar-2000+. The Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E is owned by the company Hellas-Sat.

Launch

The Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E was launched on May 12th, 2003. The launch took place at Cape Canaveral, Florida. The vehicle that was used to launch the Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E is the Atlas 5. At launch, the Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E weighed 3,300 kg. This weigh was later lightened to 1,462 kg upon orbit. The launch of SAT 2 at 39.0°E was considered a success.

Orbit

In orbit, the Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E provides services for millions of individuals and we at International Media Switzerland are proud to use this satellite. In orbit, the Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E is located at 39.0°. It has a Norad ID of 27811. The Cospar number is 2003-020A.

Quality Performance

When you rely on International Media Switzerland , you are relying on quality satellites that are built with the best materials. The Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E contains 30 Ku-band transponders. The Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E contains 4 beams which are the Ku-band S1, Ku-band S2, Ku-band F1, and the Ku-band F2 beam. The beacon of the Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E is 11451.500. In all, the Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E provides services to millions of individuals all over Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. In addition, the Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E was even trusted to broadcast the 2004 Summer Olympic Games from Athens, Greece.

Dependability

At International Media Switzerland, we know that dependability is important to you. The Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E has amazingly high up-times and is built to last. All of this will ensure that you receive the satellite services that you need from International Media Switzerland today, tomorrow, and many years to come.

The Future

The future of Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E continues to look strong. The Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E was launched in 2003 with an expected lifetime of 15 years. This would give the Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E a life expectancy to at least 2018. It is worth mentioning though that many of these satellites outlast their expected lifetime. In the case of Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E which was trusted to deliver the Summer Olympics, the future is even brighter. It is very likely that Hellas SAT 2 at 39.0°E will be around for many years to come and we at International Media Switzerland are proud to offer this satellite.

Hellas SAT 2F1 EIRP Map

Hellas SAT 2F1 EIRP Map

Hellas SAT 2 F2 EIRP Map

Hellas SAT 2 F2 EIRP Map

Hellas SAT 2 S1 EIRP Map

Hellas SAT 2 S1 EIRP Map

Hellas SAT 2 S2 EIRP Map

Hellas SAT 2 S2 EIRP Map