Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructure Ömer Fatih Sayan, Türksat AŞ General Manager Cenk Şen and accompanying bureaucrats watched the launch of the satellite at a ceremony held at the launch center at Cape Canaveral Base.
Turkey’s 5th generation satellites, Turksat 5A, belonging to the company Space X Falcon 9 rocket sent into space.
Turkey time of the launch of the satellite is planned to be held in 4:28, about 1 hour postponed due to weather conditions took place in Turkey clock 05:15.
31 DEGREES IN THE EAST REGION
The satellite, whose orbit and subsystem controls will be carried out through the stations, will then start its activities by settling in the “31 degrees east” orbit.
The control of the satellite will be transferred to the Gölbaşı Satellite Ground Station and the satellite will be subjected to performance tests for about a month with the commands sent from there.
satellite in space with one of the 30 countries that Turkey’s active number of satellites, telecommunication satellite, Turksat will be launched by the fourth 5a.
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WILL COME INTO SERVICE WITH 12 KILOVAT USEFUL LOAD POWER
Türksat 5A satellite, which started production following the contract signed between Türksat AŞ and Airbus D&S on November 9, 2017, will secure its frequency and orbit rights in orbit for 30 years with its maneuver life.
Turkey’s 5th generation satellites, Turksat with satellite capacity than the previous generation to 45 percent 5a, life will be more than doubled.
Türksat 5A, which will provide services to support communication satellites currently in service, is a television broadcasting and data communication with a capacity of 1728 Megahertz in a geography including Europe, Middle East, North Africa, Mid-West Africa, South Africa, Mediterranean, Aegean Sea and Black Sea. will provide services.
Türksat 5A, a satellite with the new “Ku” frequency band, will be put into service with 12 kilowatts of payload power.
The journey of Türksat 5A, which has a fully electric propulsion system, to reach its position in 31 degrees east orbit, is expected to take approximately 4 months and start service in the second quarter of this year.