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ViaSat-2 satellite reaches geostationary orbit

Wednesday 6 December 2017 | 15:01 CET | News
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Viasat announced the ViaSat-2 satellite successfully arrived in geostationary orbit at 69.9° west longitude, and has transitioned into orbit normal mode (earth pointing) with its reflector and radiator deployments now complete. The company also confirmed the ViaSat-2 satellite commenced in-orbit testing.

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Companies: Arianespace / ViaSat
Countries: World
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