Eutelsat

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Eutelsat S.A.
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İşlem kodu Euronext: ETL
Tip Anonim şirket
Kuruluş 1977 (42 yıl önce) (1977)
Konum Paris, Fransa
Önemli kişiler Rodolphe Belmer (CEO)
Alan Uydu iletişimi
Ana sayfa eutelsat.com

Eutelsat, 1977 yılında kurulmuş Fransız televizyon şirketi ve uydu operatörüdür. Eutelsat şirketi 5800'den fazla televizyon istasyonuna sahiptir. Avrupa, Orta Doğu, Afrika, Asya ve Amerika'ya hizmet vermekte olan Eutelsat, gelir bakımından dünyanın en büyük üçüncü uydu operatörüdür.[1]

Eutelsat uyduları günümüzde 274 milyon haneye 1,400'ü HD olmak üzere 7,000 televizyon istasyonu ve 1,100 radyo istasyonuna ev sahipliği yapmaktadır. Uydu sistemlerinin yanı sıra kampüs ağı, kablosuz iletişim gibi pek çok hizmet vermektedir. Merkezi Paris'te bulunan Eutelsat'ın CEO'su Rodolphe Belmer'dir.

Özellikle Türkiye ve diğer çeşitli ülkelerde yayın yapan Digiturk platformu tarafından ana operasyon olarak Eutelsat 7A uydusu kullanılmaktadır.

Uydu listeleri[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

Uydu NSSDC kimliği Konum Hizmet verilen bölgeler Launch Comments
Eutelsat 3B 3°E Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Central Asia, Brazil 2014/05/26 Entered service in July[2]
Eutelsat 7A 2004-008A 7°E Europe, Middle East, Africa 2004/03/16 Formerly named Eutelsat W3A until March 2012
Eutelsat 7B 7°E Europe, Middle East, Africa 2013/05/14
Eutelsat 9A [3] 2006-007B 9°E Europe, North Africa, Middle East 2006/03/11 Formerly named Eurobird 9A until March 2012; former Hot Bird 7A satellite
Eutelsat KA-SAT [4][5] 2010-069A 9°E Europe 2010/12/26
Eutelsat 10A 2009-016A 10°E Europe, Africa, Middle East 2009/04/03 Formerly named Eutelsat W2A until March 2012; S-band payload not yet entered into service due to an anomaly.[6] Solaris Mobile filed the insurance claim and should be able to offer some, but not all of the services it was planning to offer.[7]
Eutelsat Hot Bird 13B [8] 2001-011A 13°E Europe, North Africa, Middle East 2006/08/05 Formerly named Hot Bird 8 until March 2012
Eutelsat Hot Bird 13C 2008-065D 13°E Europe, Africa, Middle East 2008/12/20 Formerly named Hot Bird 9 until March 2012
Eutelsat Hot Bird 13D 2009-008B 13°E Europe, South-West Asia 2009/02/12 Formerly Hot Bird 10 and Atlantic Bird 4A [9]
Eutelsat 16A 2011-057A 16°E Europe, Sub-Saharan Africa, Indian Ocean Islands 2011/10/07 Formerly named Eutelsat W3C until March 2012
Eutelsat 16C 2000-019A 16°E Europe, North Africa, Middle East, Asia 2000/04/18 Formerly named SESAT 1 until March 2012; operating in inclined orbit
Eutelsat 21B 2012-062B 21.5°E Europe, Middle East, North Africa, West Africa, Central Asia 2012/11/10 Fully operational since 2012-12-19.[10]
Eutelsat 25B 25.5°E North Africa, Middle East, Central Asia 2013
Eutelsat 31A 2003-043A 31°E Europe 2003/09/27 Formerly named Eurobird and Eutelsat 33A
Eutelsat 33C [11] 2001-011A 33°E Europe 2001/03/08 Satellite is currently being redeployed at 33 degrees East where it will be co-located with EUTELSAT 33B. Formerly named Eurobird 1 until March 2012 and Eutelsat 28A until July 2015
Eutelsat 36A 2000-028A 36°E Africa, Russia 2000/05/24 Formerly named Eutelsat W4 until March 2012
Eutelsat 36B 2009-065A 36°E Europe, Africa, Middle East, Russia 2009/11/24 Formerly named Eutelsat W7 until March 2012
Eutelsat 48A 1996-067A 48°E Central Europe, Middle East, Central Asia 1996/11/21 Formerly named Eutelsat W48 until March 2012; former Hot Bird 2 and Eurobird 9 satellite; operating in inclined orbit
Eutelsat 48D 2008-065B 48°E Afghanistan, Central Asia 2008/12/20 Co-branded AFGHANSAT 1. Formerly named Eutelsat 28B until January 2014, Eutelsat 48B until August 2012, W2M until March 2012[12]
Eutelsat 70B 2012-069A 70.5°E Europe, Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, South East Asia, Australia 2012/12/03
Eutelsat 172A 2005-052A 172°E Asia-Pacific 2005/12/29 Formerly the GE-23 satellite
Eutelsat 5 West A 2002-035A 5°W Europe, Americas, Africa 2002/07/05 Formerly named Atlantic Bird 3 until March 2012, was also called Stellat 5
Eutelsat 7 West A 2011-051A 7°W Middle East, North Africa 2011/09/24 Formerly named Atlantic Bird 7 until March 2012
Eutelsat 8 West A 2001-042A 8°W Europe, Middle East, Americas 2001/09/25 Formerly named Atlantic Bird 2 until March 2012
Eutelsat 8 West B 8°W Africa, Middle East August 2015
Eutelsat 8 West C [13] 2002-038A 8°W Europe, North Africa, Middle East 2002/08/21 Formerly named Hot Bird 6 until March 2012
Eutelsat 12 West A 2002-040A 12.5°W Europe, Middle East, Americas 2002/08/28 Formerly named Atlantic Bird 1 until March 2012
Eutelsat 113 West A 113°W Americas 2006 Formerly Satmex 6 until May 2014
Eutelsat 115 West A 114.8°W Americas 1998 Formerly Satmex 5 until May 2014
Eutelsat 117 West A 116.8°W Americas 2013 Formerly Satmex 8 until May 2014

Planlanan uydular[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

Satellite Location Regions served Launch Comments
Eutelsat 9B 9°E Europe 2015
Eutelsat 115 West B 114.9°W Americas 2015 Ordered by Satmex as Satmex 7 The satellite is schedueled for entry into service in November 2015.[14]
Eutelsat 117 West B 116.8°W Americas 2015 Ordered by Satmex as Satmex 9
Eutelsat 36C 36°E Russia, Africa 2015
Eutelsat 65 West A 65°W Americas 2016

İptal edilen[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

Satellite Location Regions served Launch
EUTELSAT 28E 28.2°E Europe 2013/09/29
EUTELSAT 28F 28.2°E Europe 2012/09/28
EUTELSAT 28G 28.2°E Europe 2014/12/27
Express AT1 56°E Europe, Asia 2014/03/16
Express AT2 140°E Europe, Asia 2014/03/16
SESAT 2 15°W Europe, Americas 1999/19/10
Telstar 12 53°E Europe, North Africa, Middle East, Asia 2003/12/29

Former satellites[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

Satellite COSPAR id Primary position Launched Inclined Retired Lost Comments
Eutelsat 1F1 13°E 1983 1989 1996 Yok
Eutelsat 1F2 7°E 1984 1990 1993 Yok
Eutelsat 1F4 7/13°E 1987 1993 2002 Yok
Eutelsat 1F5 10°E 1988 1994 2000 Yok
Eutelsat 2F1 13°E 1990 1999 2003 Yok
Eutelsat 2F2 10°E 1991 2000 2005 Yok
Eutelsat 2F3 16°E 1991 2000 2004 Yok
Eutelsat 2F4 7°E 1992 2001 2003 Yok
Hot Bird 1 13°E 1995 2006 2007 2012
Eutelsat W2 1998-056A 16°E 1998 Yok 2010 Yok
Eutelsat W3B [15] 2010-056A 16°E 2010 Yok 2010 Yok
Eutelsat W75 1997-049A 4°E 1997 Yok 2011 Yok Former Hot Bird 3 and Eurobird 4 satellite
Eurobird 4A 2000-052A 4°E 2000 Yok 2012 Yok Former Eutelsat W1 satellite
Eutelsat 4B 1998-057A 4°E 1998 2014 Formerly named Eurobird 2 until March 2012, now at 4E and called Eutelsat 4B
Eutelsat 16B 1998-013A 16°E 1998 2015 Yok Formerly named Eurobird 16 until March 2012; former Atlantic Bird 4 and Hot Bird 4 satellite
Eutelsat 33B 2002-051A 33°E 2002 2015 Formerly named Eutelsat W5 until March 2012; lost one of two solar panels June 16, 2008[16] Now at 25E and called Eutelsat 25C

Kaynakça[değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

  1. ^ "World Teleport Association publishes top operator rankings for 2016". Satellite Evolution Group. 9 Ocak 2017. Erişim tarihi: 30 Ocak 2020. 
  2. ^ EUTELSAT 3B satellite fully fired up at 3° East
  3. ^ "NASA Spacecraft Details for NSSDC ID: 2006-007B". NASA. 8 Aralık 2015 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 5 Mart 2008. 
  4. ^ de Selding, Peter B. "Russian Rocket Launches Communications Satellite". space.com. 8 Aralık 2015 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 26 Ekim 2013. 
  5. ^ Jonathan Amos (26 Aralık 2010). "Ka-Sat net-dedicated spacecraft lifts off". BBC News. 
  6. ^ [1], [2], [3]
  7. ^ [4], [5], [6]
  8. ^ "NASA Spacecraft Details for NSSDC ID: 2001-011A". NASA. 8 Aralık 2015 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 5 Mart 2008. 
  9. ^ [7]
  10. ^ Paoli-Lebailly, Pascale. "Eutelsat 21B satellite in full commercial service". Rapid TV News. 17 Kasım 2012 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 28 Ocak 2013. 
  11. ^ "NASA Spacecraft Details for NSSDC ID: 2006-032A". NASA. 24 Ekim 2015 tarihinde kaynağından arşivlendi. Erişim tarihi: 5 Mart 2008. 
  12. ^ Broadband TV News, In orbit failure for Eutelsat W2 replacement
  13. ^ "NASA Spacecraft Details for NSSDC ID: 2002-038A". NASA. Erişim tarihi: 5 Mart 2008. 
  14. ^ http://spaceflightnow.com/2015/03/17/innovative-satellites-begin-maneuvers-with-all-electric-thrusters/
  15. ^ Spaceflight Now Eutelsat declares craft total loss after propellant leak
  16. ^ "Thales Alenia Space statement concerning Eutelsat W5". Thales. 3 Eylül 2008.