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Eutelsat all Electric drive satellites Hot Bird 13F & 13G

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Default Eutelsat all Electric drive satellites Hot Bird 13F & 13G

https://www.airbus.com/space/telecom...atellites.html

Hotbird 13F & 13G are the two first all-electric satellites based on Eurostar Neo platform.

The two new generation broadcast satellites will deliver improved performances over the European and Middle-Eastern footprint, reinforced by a powerful European Superbeam.
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Is there any confirmed news about the launch dates and the new footprint ?
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Hot Bird 13F/13G 13° East 30 April 2022

https://www.eutelsat.com/satellites/...atellites.html
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electric!
like the Turksat 5A

Then they will surely need just as long until they have reached their target position on 13°E.
Turksat 5A took almost half a year (beginning of January until end of June) until it was put into operation.

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