TÜRKSAT-5B Communication Satellite to be Launched in December 2021

TÜRKSAT-5B Communication Satellite to be Launched in December 2021

TÜRKSAT-5B Communication Satellite to be Launched in December 2021

In the statement made by Türksat A.Ş. on November 21, 2021, it was stated that the production and testing processes of the TÜRKSAT-5B Communication Satellite were finished. TÜRKSAT-5B satellite; Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Dr. Ömer Fatih Sayan, Türksat General Manager Hasan Hüseyin Ertok and Assistant General Manager. Dr. It was received from Airbus with a ceremony attended by Selman Demirel. TÜRKSAT-5B; It will be launched into orbit with SpaceX's Falcon 18 rocket on December 2021, 9. The launch is scheduled for 11 a.m. from Florida.

TÜRKSAT-5B Communication Satellite; It is in the High Throughput Satellite (HTS) class category, which has a capacity efficiency of at least 20 times more than the Fixed Satellite Service (FSS) class satellites. The contract for the production of the TÜRKSAT-42B satellite, which will operate together with the TÜRKSAT-3A and TÜRKSAT-4A satellites in the 5° East orbit, which is among the Hot Location orbits, was signed on October 26, 2017. Turksat; Ka-Bant will increase its capacity to 15 times the current capacity and will focus especially on the commercial ships and airlines market.

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TÜRKSAT-2017A, which started to be manufactured at Airbus Space with the contract signed in November 5, was launched with a Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Base in Florida, USA, on Friday, 8 January 2021, with a 45-minute delay due to weather conditions, at 05.15:5 CET. Stating that the TÜRKSAT-35A satellite was launched into space without any problems, Minister Karaismailoğlu said that the first signal was received after 5 minutes; He stated that the TÜRKSAT-5.48A satellite left the rocket at XNUMX:XNUMX p.m. in Turkey.

Karaismailoğlu emphasized that the distance of the TÜRKSAT-5A satellite to the Earth changed during its orbital journey; He explained that the closest distance to the Earth is 550 kilometers, and the distance from the farthest location is 55 thousand kilometers. Underlining that the speed of the satellite is 3 thousand 350 m / s where it is close to the Earth, Karaismailoğlu explained that the speed of the satellite reaches up to 55 thousand 2 m / s in locations where it is 300 thousand kilometers away from the Earth.

Source: defenceturk

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