SES Astra: Revizyonlar arasındaki fark

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[[Astra 1K]], the largest commercial communications satellite ever built at the time, was ordered by SES-Astra in 1997. It was launched by Proton rocket on [[November 26]] [[2002]]. The rocket lifted off as planned and reached its [[parking orbit]] at which point the final stage of the rocket was to initiate a second burn to transfer the satellite to its geostationary orbit. This did not occur and the satellite was released into the parking orbit, making it unusable. The only way to recover the satellite would have been the use of a [[Space Shuttle]], however this was rejected. On [[December 10]] [[2002]] SES Astra instructed Alcatel Space (the manufacturer) and the French Space Agency [[CNES]] to deorbit the satellite, it broke up on re-entry over the [[Pacific Ocean]].
==SeeAyrıca alsobakınız==
*[[SES S.A.]]
*[[Astra 19.2°E]]
*[[Astra 28.2°E]]
*[[Astra 5°E]]
*[[Astra 23.5°E]]
*[[Astra 31.5°E]]
*[[List of broadcast satellites]]
*[[Astra Digital Radio]]
*[[SES Sirius]]
*[[SES New Skies]]
*[[SES Americom]]
*[[SES ASTRA TechCom]]
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