Paksat 1R at 38.0E

About Paksat 1R at 38.0E

Paksat-1, (Other former designation as Palapa C1, HGS-3 and Anatolia 1), which is a Geo synchronous and communications satellite built and owned by the Boeing Company, leased to the "SUPARCO" as PakSat. It was successfully put on orbit on 31 January 1996 as "Palapa C1" for Indonesia as its original customer. But, after the technical problems, the satellite was leased to SUPARCO at an orbital location of 38° East Longitude on December 2001. The PakSat-1 offers the C and Ku band coverage in over 75 countries across Europe, Africa, Middle East, South and Central Asia. Its customers included government organizations, TV broadcasters, telecom companies, data and broadband internet service providers.

Paksat is a famous Pakistani satellite which is mostly tuned an Favorited by Asia's satellites viewers.

Paksat 1R History

PAKSAT-1 was originally known as Palapa C1. It was launched by Hughes Space and Communications Company for Indonesia. Later Indonesia declared the satellite unusable after an electric power anomaly. The insurance claims were paid and the title was transferred to Hughes Space and Communications Company. HGS-3 was then acquired by Pakistan from M/s Hughes Global Services on "Full Time Leasing " and relocated to Pakistan's reserved slot at 38 degrees east.

After a series of orbital maneuvers, the Satellite was stabilized at its final location on December 20, 2002 with 0-degree inclination. This satellite is in position at the Pakistani-licensed orbital location, 38° east longitude.

Pakistan's Government approved the acquisition on 3 July 2002 and the deal with Hughes Global Services was agreed on 6 August 2002. This satellite started moving to its new slot on 5 December 2002 and it went through a name change from Anatolia-1 to PAKSAT-1 on 18 December 2002.
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