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Galaxy 30


Also called Galaxy 14R, S3016

General


Designation 46114 / 20056C
Launch date 15 Aug 2020
Country of origin United States
Mission Telecommunications
Geostationary orbit see below
Launch vehicle Ariane VA253

Will carry a WAAS payload (downlink: 1166.45-1186.45 MHz, 1565.42-1585.42 MHz. uplink: 6598.58-6618.58 MHz, 6649.73-6669.73 MHz)

Location


Begin End Position
L: Dec 2020 84.55°E (tests)
Feb 2021   125°W


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Technical data



EIRP coverage (dBW)


C-band
Ka-band

Specifications


Prime contractor Northrop Grumman (Orbital ATK)
Platform Geostar-2.4E
Mass at launch 3298 kg
Mass in orbit  
Dimension  
Solar array  
Stabilization 3-axis
DC power  
Design lifetime 15 years

TT&C downlink: 4197.5, 4198.5, 4198.75, and 4199.25 MHz
TT&C uplink: 6424.5 MHz and 6421.75 MHz

C-band


Main transponders  
Backup transponders  
Power  
Bandwidth  
Coverage  
EIRP max  
G/T max  
Polarization  
Frequencies downlink: 3700-4200 MHz
uplink: 5925-6425 MHz and 6425-6725 MHz


Ku-band


Main transponders  
Backup transponders  
Power  
Bandwidth  
Coverage  
EIRP max  
G/T max  
Polarization  
Frequencies downlink: 10.7-11.7 GHz
uplink: 12.75-13.25 and 13.75-14.0 GHz


Ka-band


Main transponders  
Backup transponders  
Power  
Bandwidth  
Coverage  
EIRP max  
Polarization  
Frequencies Uplink: 27.6-29.1 GHz and 29.25-30.0 GHz
Downlink: 17.8-18.8 GHz, 19.2-19.4 GHz and 19.6-20.2 GHz



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