KazSat-2 spacecraft

The KazSat-2 spacecraft was launched into the geostationary orbit (GSO) on July 16, 2011 from the Baikonur cosmodrome.
The communication and broadcasting satellite was created by order of JSC "RCKS" by the Russian enterprise FSUE "State Space Research and Production Center named after M.V. Khrunichev ”jointly with Thales Alenia Space (Italy).
When creating the spacecraft "KazSat-2" in the orientation and stabilization system, devices manufactured by the French company EADS Astrium were used.
The KazSat-2 satellite is designed to provide telecommunication services: TV and radio broadcasting, telephony, Internet access, data transmission, etc.
The service area of ​​the KazSat-2 spacecraft includes the entire territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the countries of Central Asia, and the central part of Russia.
Position on GSO 86.5 east
Active Life 12.25 years
Technical resource 14.5 years
Payload module frequency range Ku
Number of transponders 16 pcs.
Transponder bandwidth 54 MHz
Spacecraft mass with the transition system at the start 1368 kg
Power allocated to the PN at the end of the CAC at least 4600 W
Payload Power 1815 W
Space platform type Yacht
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