Quality From The Start
The Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D was designed knowing that millions of people all over the world would rely on its services. The Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D was manufactured by EADS Astrium. It was built off the Eurostar-3000 model bus, and is operated by Eutelsat Communications S.A.
A Long List Of Success
The Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D comes from a long line of successful satellite launches. In all, there have been 10 successful Hot Bird satellite launches. These launches go back nearly 20 years, with the launch of the Hot Bird 1 from Kourou. You can trust the wide-reaching services that the Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D offers, and the history speaks for itself.
Start Of A Partnership
The Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D at 13.0° E was launched on February 12th, 2009 from the Guiana Space Center, located in French Guiana. This high-performance satellite was launched with an Ariane 5 ECA. The launch mass was 4,892 KG, while the dry mass was 2,240 kg. In all, the launch of the Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D was quite successful.
When relying on services from Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D at 13.0° E, you are relying on a satellite that is located at 13.0° E. The Norad number of the Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D at 13.0° E is 33750, and the Cospar number is 2009-008B. The Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D at 13.0° E uses a geostationary orbit. Finally, the Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D at 13.0° E uses the beacons 12501H, and 11702.4H.
The Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D at 13.0° E has 64 active Ku-band transponders onboard. These transponders are able to provide service throughout all of Europe as well as parts of Asia and North Africa. Onboard the Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D at 13.0° E are 4 Ku-band beams. These beams are the Ku-band wide beam, Ku-band Western beam, Ku-band Middle East beam, and the KU-band Wide 2 beam. Quality is onboard the Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D at 13.0° E, and that is why Swiss Cast offers this satellite to you.
Support You Can Trust
When using satellites like the Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D at 13.0° E from Swiss Cast, you are relying on support that is there for you. Whether you have 2 questions or 20, Swiss Cast is committed to providing you speedy assistance to any questions or concerns that you may have.
The Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D at 13.0° E was launched with an expected lifetime of around 15 years. This would take the satellite to at least 2024. However, due to the history of success with the Hot Bird satellites, the Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D at 13.0° E could last much longer. We at Swiss Cast are committed to bringing you satellites that you can rely on. Rest assured that when the Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D at 13.0° E is retired, Swiss Cast will continue to provide some of the greatest satellites that you can find. We will work hard for you, and by extension we will work hard for your business.