The Apstar 7 at 76.5°E was manufactured by Thales Alenia Space for use to provide broadcast and telecommunication services. The Apstar 7 at 76.5°E is built on the Spacebus-4000C2 model bus. The Norad number for the Apstar 7 at 76.5°E is 38107, and the Cospar number is 2011-013A. The Apstar 7 at 76.5°E is operated by APT Satellite Holdings. Overall, the satellite has a good design and Swiss Cast is proud to offer this satellite.
The Apstar 7 at 76.5°E was launched on March 31st, 2012. The successful launch of Apstar 7 at 76.5°E took place at the Xichang Satellite Launch Center, located in Xichang, China. The launch vehicle that was used to launch the Apstar 7 at 76.5°E was the Long March CZ-3B/E. At launch, the estimated mass of the Apstar 7 at 76.5°E was just over 5,000 kg.
While in orbit, the Apstar 7 at 76.5°E provides service to millions of people all over the world. The orbit of the Apstar 7 at 76.5°E takes place at 76.5°E. The Apstar 7 at 76.5°E uses a geostationary orbit with a perigee of 35,775 km. The current apogee is 35,796 km. In addition, the inclination for the Apstar 7 at 76.5°E is 0.0360.
Quality You Can Trust
The Apstar 7 at 76.5°E is quality you can trust, and it fits right in with all of the other satellites that are offered by Swiss Cast. The Apstar 7 at 76.5°E contains 28 C-band and 28 Ku-band transponders. These transponders provide various telecommunication services to millions of people all over Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and even parts of Europe. The Apstar 7 at 76.5°E also contains 5 separate beams. These beams are the C-band Global beam, the Ku-band Africa beam, the Ku-band Steerable beam, the Ku-band Middle East and North Africa beam, and finally the Ku-band China beam.
Track record is important to Swiss Cast just as it is important to you. The Apstar 7 at 76.5°E is one of multiple Apstar satellites to have successfully launched. Swiss Cast is proud of the track record of the Apstar satellites.
These days, we all have busy lives and the last thing you need to worry about is the reliability of the Apstar 7 at 76.5°E satellite in the future. The Apstar 7 at 76.5°E has an expected lifetime of 15 years. Since the satellite was launched in 2012, this would put an expiration date to at least the year 2025. It is clear that the Apstar 7 at 76.5°E will be providing quality and reliable service for many years to come, and will continue to find a place at Swiss Cast.