Satellite footprints

Intelsat-39 (IS-39) at 62° East

Position:62° East
Manufacturer:Space Systems/Loral (SS/L)
Launch operator:Arianespace
Launch vehicle:Ariane 5ECA
Launch date:08/06/2019
Expected lifetime:15+ Years

Intelsat-39 (IS-39), located at 62° East, is designed with wide and high-powered steerable spot beams and replaced Intelsat 902 at 62° East to meet the needs of broadband networking, video and government customers across Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe and the Middle-East.

The satellite will have C-and Ku-band capabilities and enhanced mobile connectivity for aero, maritime and government users operating in the Indian Ocean region. Intelsat-39 provides a powerful platform that will enable mobile network operators, enterprises and internet serviceproviders to deliver faster and more efficient connectivity services. In addition, it will provide governments with the ability to expand connectivity to additional remote areas and continue to narrow the digital divide.

The satellite was constructed by Space Systems/Loral (SS/L) based their LS-1300 bus. Intelsat-39 was launched on August 6th, 2019 on an Ariane 5 launcher operated by launch opertor Arianespace from the launch base in French Guiana.

Intelsat-39 (IS-39) at 62° East

Intelsat IS-39 Constructed by SSL-Maxar
Intelsat IS-39 Constructed by SSL-Maxar2
Intelsat IS-39 Constructed by SSL-Maxar3
Intelsat IS-39 launched by Arianespace1
Intelsat IS-39 launched by Arianespace2
Intelsat IS-39 launched by Arianespace3

Intelsat-39 (IS-39) at 62° East

Intelsat IS39 C-band Europe Beam
Intelsat IS39 C-band Hemi Beam
Intelsat IS39 C-band Mozambique Beam
Intelsat IS39 C-band Myanmar Beam
Intelsat IS39 C-band South Asia Beam
Intelsat IS39 Ku-band East Indian Ocean Beam
Intelsat IS39 Ku-band Europe Beam
Intelsat IS39 Ku-band Johannesburg SA Beam
Intelsat IS39 Ku-band Middle-East Beam
Intelsat IS39 Ku-band Spot 3 Beam
Intelsat IS39 Ku-band West Indian Ocean Beam