SES World Skies has announced that the NSS-12 satellite has entered commercial service at the 57Â° East orbital position.
The satellite, which was launched on October 29, 2009, replaces NSS-703 to cover Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia and Australia. All traffic on NSS-703 has now been transferred to NSS-12.
SES said the satellite reaches an estimated two-thirds of the worlds population. It features 40 C-band transponders and 48 Ku-band transponders and will deliver DTH services via four regional Ku-band spot beams over the Middle East, Europe, Central and Southern Asia and, for the first time, eastern Africa. The satellite also includes two C-band hemispheric beams Â one covering Europe, Africa (including Mauritius) and the Middle East, and the other stretching across Asia to Australia.
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