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Eutelsat 12 West B has left 12.5 west

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Default Eutelsat 12 West B has left 12.5 west

Detailed satellite data for EUTELSAT 12 WEST B at 32.325 West

http://www.satellite-calculations.co...ogID.php?26927
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Well another one of my favourite feed hunting positions has been eliminated @ 12.5°West,

Joins 24.5°West & 37.6°West

Hopefully 48°East Quantum will prove interesting

https://www.eutelsat.com/files/PDF/i...%202019-20.pdf
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but the old bird is drifting west at a reasonable speed!

If I interpret the table correctly, it drifts westwards at a speed of 6.3 ° during the day.

Today it is already at 55.7 ° W. Surely it won't take the place of Eutelsat 7A, which has to play placeholder at 30°E?

What will happen to the Eutelsat slot at 12.5°W? It will be vacant for a while now ...

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the former EUTELSAT 12 WEST B is now at 99.5 ° W and flies further west...
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Has he not yet reached his cemetery place or will he now have to take the planned place of the former EUTELSAT 7A on 139 West?

we will see

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Well another one of my favourite feed hunting positions has been eliminated @ 12.5°West,

Joins 24.5°West & 37.6°West

Hopefully 48°East Quantum will prove interesting

https://www.eutelsat.com/files/PDF/i...%202019-20.pdf
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possibly good news for you and other feedhunters:

According to a report, the old Eutelsat 7A (now Eutelsat 31B) is on its way to this position!

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EUTELSAT 12 WEST D will replace EUTELSAT 12 WEST B, the satellite currently
operated by Eutelsat at 12.5° W.L, which received similar authority to provide Ku-band
mobility and other FSS services over parts of the Americas (including the eastern United
States and U.S. Caribbean territories) but is approaching its end of life.5
For this reason,
Eutelsat is relocating the EUTELSAT 12 WEST D to 12.5° W.L. and is surrendering its
market access authority for EUTELSAT 12 WEST B in a separate filing submitted
concurrently with this Petition. The EUTELSAT 12 WEST D satellite should arrive at its
intended location in December 2020 to continue to serve the U.S. market from this important
location, in which France holds date priority for Ku-band frequencies.
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File Type: pdf Petition & Attachmts.pdf (2.12 MB, 8 views)
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The main problem with EUTELSAT 12 WEST D @ 12.5°West is that it is very low on fuel so will probably be inclined as it was at its last location.
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Excellent research!

further details of the document:

the end of its operational life is not expected before mid-2025.

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The EUTELSAT 12 WEST D satellite will operate in a slightly inclined orbit at the 12.5° W.L.orbital location. It will arrive on-station with an inclination of 0.5°, which is expected to increase at a rate of 0.9° per year. Eutelsat anticipates the satellite’s end-of-life to be no earlier than mid-2025, even considering the impact of inclined orbit operations.

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