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China plans to launch more than 40 orbital missions in 2020,

https://satelliteprome.com/news/chin...sions-in-2020/
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SpaceX wins contract to launch Egyptian communications satellite:-

https://spaceflightnow.com/2020/01/2...ons-satellite/
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Nilesat 301

Once in its operational geostationary orbit, Nilesat 301 will be parked 22,000 miles over the equator at 7 degrees longitude. The satellite has a design life exceeding 15 years.

The satellite will be co-located with the Nilesat 201 satellite at the 7 degrees west position, providing Ku-band services for the Middle East and North Africa. The Nilesat 301 spacecraft will also extend Nilesat’s communications and direct broadcasting coverage to new parts of Africa, and provide broadband Ka-band connectivity over all of Egypt, according to Thales.
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Space launch calendar 2020

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4 January 2020 (earliest possible date) SpaceX Crew Dragon in-flight abort test

10 February 2020 Solar Orbiter (European Space Agency/NASA) - 4.03am GMT (date subject to change)

Early 2020 International Space Station Expedition 62 (Russian and US astronauts to form part of the new ISS crew)

Early 2020 SpaceX Crew Dragon Demonstration Mission 2

Early 2020 OneWeb satellite launch (OneWeb/Roscosmos)

Mid 2020 China Space Station first module launch

June 2020 New International Space Station module 'Nauka' launched (Roscosmos)

July 2020 Mars 2020 Rover (NASA)

July 2020 ExoMars 2020 Rover and surface platform (European Space Agency and Roscosmos)

July 2020 Mars Global Remote Sensing Orbiter and Small Rover (China National Space Administration)

July 2020 Hope Mars Mission (United Arab Emirates)

December 2020 Gaganyaan orbital spacecraft test flight (Indian Space Research Organisation)

December 2020 Hayabusa2 (Japanese asteroid sample return mission due to land back on Earth)

Late 2020 Chang'e 5 (China National Space Administration)

2020 Boeing CST-100 Starliner Crew Flight Test

Throughout 2020 Starlink (SpaceX)
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Iran to launch communication satellite after repeated failures

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UK Space Agency
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Nilesat 301

Once in its operational geostationary orbit, Nilesat 301 will be parked 22,000 miles over the equator at 7 degrees longitude. The satellite has a design life exceeding 15 years.

The satellite will be co-located with the Nilesat 201 satellite at the 7 degrees west position, providing Ku-band services for the Middle East and North Africa. The Nilesat 301 spacecraft will also extend Nilesat’s communications and direct broadcasting coverage to new parts of Africa, and provide broadband Ka-band connectivity over all of Egypt, according to Thales.
No mention is made of Eutelsat 7 West A at this location ?
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