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Founded in 1976 by the 21 member-states of the Arab League, Arabsat has been serving the growing needs of the Arab world for over 30 years Close Menu Media Center
Founded in 1976 by the 21 member-states of the Arab League, Arabsat has been serving the growing needs of the Arab world for over 30 years Close Menu Media Center Founded in 1976 by the 21 member-states of the Arab League, Arabsat has been serving the growing needs of the Arab world for over 30 years Fermez le menu Nos Médias Live coverage: Falcon Heavy launches, three boosters land safely April 10, 2019 SpaceX’s second Falcon Heavy rocket lifted off Thursday with the Arabsat 6A communications satellite. Satbeams has updated its cookie policy. Live coverage of the countdown and launch of a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket from launch pad 39A at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida with the Arabsat 6A communications satellite. Founded in 1976 by the 21 member-states of the Arab League, Arabsat has been serving the growing needs of the Arab world for over 30 years Close Menu Media Center Arabsat 6A satellite technical details, its charts, beams and coverage maps (footprints). Arabsat-6E C-band @ 34.5°East Arabsat owns and operates Seven satellites, at 3 orbital positions, 20°, 26°, 30.5° East: Arabsat-5C (20°E), BADR-4, BADR-5, BADR-6 and BADR-7 (26°E), Arabsat-5A and Arabsat-6A (30.5°E).