Astra 2g

Astra 2G

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3 thoughts on “Astra 2g”

  1. looks like the launch will be delayed due to eu restrictions with Russia over Ukraine is that why astra 2c is moving to 28.2

  2. But wasn’t 2c launched in 2002 ? And therefore has only 2 years life expectancy ??

  3. the restrictions are from the US ..

    On Monday the U.S. State Department expanded its existing sanctions regime against Moscow, saying it will deny pending export license applications of defense articles and services that could contribute to Russia’s military capabilities.

    In addition, the State Department is taking actions to revoke any existing export licenses which meet these conditions.
    “All other pending applications and existing licenses will receive a case-by-case evaluation to determine their contribution to Russia’s military capabilities,” State Department Spokeswoman Jen Psaki said in an April 28 statement.

    In addition, several upcoming launches on ILS Proton rockets could face delays if satellite manufacturers and fleet operators are denied export license approval before shipping spacecraft to the company’s launch site at the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

    Luxembourg fleet operator SES is preparing for the launch this summer of its Astra 2G satellite, built by Airbus Defense and Space.

    BRUSSELS, April 30 – Luxembourg company SES plans in normal mode to launch a telecommunications satellite from the Baikonur Cosmodrome, SES spokesman Yves Feltes (Media Relations) told RIA Novosti
    “At the moment we have schedule changes Astra 2G run in connection with the situation,” – Feltes said. According to the official website of the SES, the satellite launch is scheduled for the second quarter of this year. According to Felt, SES is closely monitoring the situation and, as necessary, the company is ready to “actively cooperate with relevant parties to properly understand it.” consisting Russian s

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