The Express AM22 at 53.0°E was manufactured by ISS Reshetnev and based on the model bus MSS-2500-GSO. It is operated by the Russian Satellite Communications Company. Swiss Cast is proud to offer this satellite.
The Express AM22 at 53.0°E was launched on December 28th, 2003. The launch took place at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, located in Kazakhstan. At launch, the mass of Express AM22 at 53.0°E was 2,600kg. After the successful launch, the mass of Express AM22 at 53.0°E was 590 kg, a light but exceptional satellite.
The orbit of Express AM22 at 53.0°E takes place at 53.0°E. The Cospar number is 2003-060A with a Norad ID of 28134. The orbit is a geostationary orbit with a perigee of 35,779 lm, and an apogee of 35,806 km. The inclination is 0.0, and the semi major axis is 42,164 km. The beacon of the Express AM22 at 53.0°E is 11200R. Since its launch, the Express AM22 at 53.0°E has satisfied Swiss Cast’s customers with high up-times and the quality service that you come to expect from us.
The Express AM22 at 53.0°E contains 24 Ku-band transponders. These Ku-bands provide a wide variety of communications including TV, Telephone, Data, and even internet access. The Express AM22 at 53.0°E provides numerous services to millions of people all over the world. In addition, the Express AM22 at 53.0°E contains 4 beams which are a Ku-band Europe, Ku-band Steerable 1 and 2, and a Ku-band Wide Europe beam. In all, service aboard the Express AM22 at 53.0°E is provided to the Middle East, Europe, and Asia. Millions of people have relied on this satellite for various needs and Swiss Cast is confident that this satellite will fit your needs.
A Track Record You Can Trust
The Express AM22 at 53.0°E is one of several successful satellite launches of its kind. Like some of the previous satellite launches, the Express AM22 at 53.0°E continues to provide service for people all over the world. Offering a satellite with a track record like this is what you should come to expect from Swiss Cast.
We know that in addition to focusing on the present, you are always looking ahead to the future. Don’t worry, that is what we do here at Swiss Cast. When the Express AM22 at 53.0°E was launched, the lifetime was expected to be around 12 years. This would put the life of the Express AM22 at 53.0°E to at least 2015. Like many satellites, it is possible that the Express AM22 at 53.0°E will outlive it’s expected expiration and may continue to provide service for many more years to come. Rest assured, you can expect quality service from the top satellites for many years to come here at Swiss Cast.