KazSat-3 spacecraft

The launch of the KazSat-3 spacecraft at the GSO took place on April 28, 2014 from the Baikonur cosmodrome.
The satellite was created by order of JSC RCSC by the Russian enterprise JSC Information Satellite Systems named after Academician M.F. Reshetnev ”jointly with Thales Alenia Space (Italy).
When creating the KazSat-3 spacecraft, modern technical solutions were used to ensure the specified characteristics of the spacecraft and the required level of reliability.
SC "KazSat-3" is designed to provide services of TV and radio broadcasting, telephony, data transmission, etc.
Its service area includes the entire territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the central part of Russia, and the countries of Central Asia.
Orbit type / position in GSO 58.5 deg. vd
Active Life 15 years
Technical resource 16.5 years
Payload module frequency range Ku
Number of transponders 28 pcs.
Transponder bandwidth 54/36 MHz
Mass of the satellite in orbit 1701 kg
PN consumption on the main power bus 100V 5800 W
Space platform type Express 1000NTV
Coverage area:
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