On sixth of August 2016, it’s the third flight for the VA249 Airbus– Ariane Space Ariane five Carrier Rocket… in marking the flight launching from the Spaceport French Guiana (Guiana Space Center) in which during this launch it’ll highlights its servicing abilities of innovative solutions for commercial or institutional needs..
Launching the two, twin payloads is the carrier rocket a modified Ariane Five ECA in which launching both into GEO- Geostationary Orbit of 250 Kilometers perigee attitude with a apogee attitude of 35,786 Kilometers with inclination of 4.5 degrees . Into each of its own inclination orbit of the Intelsat 39, for the operator Intelsat; and the EDRS-C satellite, based on a public–private partnership between the European Space Agency (ESA) and Airbus…….
Intelsat 39, manufactured by Maxar in Palo Alto, California. Maxar , built on a Maxar 1300 chassis Operated by Intelsat, in which it’ll be the sixty first satellite launched, in which Intelsat 39 will be position at sixty two degrees East.. Intelsat 39, in which its constellation provisions is design as a Telecommunications platform satellite steerable communications dishes in giving maximum area broadband networking coverage in providing video, also meeting the needs of governmental customers.. in meeting the needs of the African, Asian, European, Middle East also the Indian Ocean region also meeting other requirements for Aviation, Maritime, with the service is the Enhance Mobile connectively…..
EDRS-C –Satellite is the second payload, manufactured based on a OHB satellite platform in which was provided by Avanti Communications, under refurbishments from ESA-European Space Agency in creating the second node network of the SpaceDataHighway network ….in which its provisions is to provide the world first fibre optical network interlinking it’s communications with unique network of laser communications with provisions….. Communicating within its constellation of a distance of 45,000 Kilometers … This network will be position at a geo stationary orbit in connection with ground based stations transmission of data rate of 1.8 Gibit/s to provision real time data management for environmental, security monitoring, disaster crisis response….
Positioning at Geo Stationary Orbit at 31 degrees east, the EDRS-C in low earth orbit providing in connecting with low earth orbiting satellites, the SpaceDataHighway network will relay high secure way relaying high volumes of image data in real time rather than several hours.. The network is in collaboration with the partnership with ESA- European Space Agency, Airbus, Tesat –Spacecom, also in association with Avanti Communications…..