The Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E was designed with quality and reliability in mind which is what you can come to expect from the satellites that are used by Swiss Cast. The Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E was designed with a Spacebus-4000C4 model bus, and was manufactured by Thales Alenia Space. The Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E is operated by EutelSat Communications. Swiss Cast is quite proud of the design of this satellite.
The Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E was launched on November 24th, 2009 from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The Protom M was used as the launch vehicle for the Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E. At launch, the Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E weighed an estimate of just over 5,500 kg. In all, the launch of Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E was considered to be a success.
The Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E orbits at 35.9°E. The Norad number 36101, and the Cospar number is 2009-065A. The Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E has a perigee of 35,767 km, and an apogee of 35,803 km. The inclination is 0.0639. Finally, the beacons on the Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E are 12501.5H, 11701.2H, 12500.5V, and 10950.2H. While in orbit, the Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E has provided reliable service to individuals and businesses all over the world.
Swiss Cast has a lot of confidence in the performance of the satellite and it’s transponders. The Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E contains 70 Ku-band transponders. These transponders are able to provide video and telecommunications services all throughout North Africa, Eurpe, Central Asia, South Africa, and the Middle East. The Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E also contains 5 Ku-band beams. These beams are the Ku-band Eurasia, Ku-band Sub Sahara, Ku-Band Russia, Ku-band Steerable, and the Ku-band South Africa.
When Swiss Cast decides to offer service from a satellite, a wide range of factors are looked at. One of the most important is the track record from the satellite. Does the satellite have a good track record? Does the satellite come from a company that is professional and knows how to operate a satellite? The Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E comes from a very successful line of satellites. Eutelsat has launched over two dozen satellites into space that have provided service to millions of people all over the world. In addition, Eutelsat has plans to launch more satellites in the near future. The track record of Eutelsat is good, as is the track record of the Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E.
The Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E was launched with an expected life of 15 years. This would put the expiration date of this satellite to 2024 and potentially beyond. We know that the future is important to you, and rest assured, Swiss Cast will continue to provide the service that you need for many years to come through satellites like the Eutelsat 36B at 35.9°E.