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SUPERBIRD 7

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SUPERBIRD 7 is classified as:


NORAD ID: 33274
Int'l Code: 2008-038A
Perigee: 35,788.1 km
Apogee: 35,801.8 km
Inclination: 0.0 °
Period: 1,436.2 minutes
Semi major axis: 42165 km
RCS: 12.6191 m2 (large)
Launch date: August 14, 2008
Source: Japan (JPN)
Launch site: FRENCH GUIANA (FRGUI)

Superbird 7 will next boost itself to a circular geosynchronous orbit along the equator at 144 degrees east longitude. The satellite will begin operational service for Space Communications Corp. of Japan after about two months of testing. The spacecraft will be renamed Superbird C2 at the beginning of its 15-year lifetime. Superbird 7 will replace Superbird C, an 11-year-old satellite nearing the end of its design life. The new craft includes 28 Ku-band transponders to provide broadband Internet connections and high-definition cable and direct television broadcasts to customers in Japan, East Asia and the Pacific Ocean.
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NASA's NSSDC Master Catalog

Two Line Element Set (TLE):
1 33274U 08038A   17207.70424713 -.00000276 +00000-0 +00000-0 0  9999
2 33274 000.0141 054.9476 0001629 109.6679 177.4230 01.00267429032817
Source of the keplerian elements: AFSPC