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To be launched in 2019, EUTELSAT 5 West B will replace the EUTELSAT 5 West A satellite at 5° West, a key digital infrastructure addressing predominantly French, Italian and Algerian broadcast markets.

Eutelsat 5 West B @ 5° West Beams
https://www.eutelsat.com/home/satell...coverages.html

http://www.flysat-beams.com/e5wb-beam.php
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...and probably without C-BAND tp's
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No C band on Eutelsat 5 West B
http://news.eutelsat.com/pressreleas...urhood-1599478

Eutelsat may move C'Band to Eutelsat 8 West B
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MEV-1 (Mission Extension Vehicle-1 when launched with Eutelsat 5 West B end of May 2019 will go to Intelsat 901 (incl. 0.7°)29.5°W https://www.flysat.com/is901.php

https://space.skyrocket.de/doc_sdat/mev-1.htm

The launch of the first MEV is slated for 2019 as a co-passenger on a Proton-M Briz-M (Ph.4) rocket with in-orbit testing and demonstration to be performed with the Intelsat-901 satellite in inclined orbit. This testing is scheduled for completion by late 2019. MEV-1 will then relocate the satellite scheduled for the mission extension service, which is planned for a five-year period after which Intelsat 901 will be place back into inclined orbit.

Intelsat will also have the option to service multiple satellites using the same MEV.

Current info in the link is out of date so I have updated to what is now known about the delayed launch of Eutelsat 5 West B & MEV-1,

https://www.flysat.com/launches2019.php

MEV 2 will share the upper berth of an Ariane-5ECA rocket with Galaxy 30, while a third yet unnamed payload flies in the lower berth.

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