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AMAZONAS NEXUS

Amazonas Nexus © Thales Alenia Space

 

Satellite Amazonas Nexus
International Designator -
Operator Hispasat
Position 61 degrees West longitude
Payload Ku band transponders and Ka band high-throughput payload
Frequency Range -
Manufacturer Thales Alenia Space
Bus Spacebus NEO
Launch Mass (kg) 4500
Launch Date Mid-2022 (planned)
Launcher Falcon 9
Launch Site Cape Canaveral Air Force Station - Florida
Additional Information

Amazonas Nexus satellite will replace and expand the  capacities of Amazonas 2 satellite, in orbit at 61º West. The new satellite will have coverage over the whole American continent, the North Atlantic corridor (air and maritime traffic area) and Greenland, and will enable the provision of leading-edge telecommunication services in Ku band. Amazonas Nexus marks the start of a new generation of satellites in HISPASAT’s fleet with an innovative architecture that also features Ka-band capacity to optimize communications between the gateways and the satellite, allowing to multiply the total on-board capacity available for commercial use, thus improving to a great extent the capacity unitary cost with respect to conventional satellites.

 

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