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Future ASTRA satellites?

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Hi there,

I'm wondering, that there is still no information about future ASTRA satellites, esp. for 19.2° East. ASTRA 1KR, that was launched in 2006, has almost reached its designated lifetime of 15 years and there's nothing about replacement satellites on the net. Does anyone have some thoughts or information about that?
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I had a chat with SES this morning & they could not give me any details of new launches for 19.2 east,

https://www.ses.com/our-coverage/launches

When the current satellites expire like 1K/R there is sufficeint capcity @ 19.2 east with the other 3 satellites here,

https://www.ses.com/our-coverage/orbital-position/196
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