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AMOS 3

 

Articles in our archive

20 Mar 2013Amos-4 to be launched by SIS aboard Zenit-3SLB
21 Nov 2012Amos-6 contract signed
20 Nov 2012Spacecom awarded two new contracts by DRS Technical Services
10 Oct 2012Emcore awarded solar panel manufacturing contract for Amos-6
12 Mar 2012Amos-3 offers one-hop Ku-band capacity between U.S. and Mideast
09 Aug 2011Ukrainian DTH platform to launch on Amos 3
14 May 2010Amos satellites add fourth DTH platform
19 Jan 2009Thales Alenia Space: From 'exceptional' to 'solid' in two years
20 Nov 2008Thales Alenia Space to provide Amos 4 ground mission segment
09 Sep 2008Thales Alenia Space to provide comms payload for Amos-5
11 Aug 2008Spacecom orders Amos 5 from JSC ISS -- report
28 Apr 2008First Land Launch Zenit lifts off with Amos-3 on board
25 Apr 2008Delay of the day: Amos-3 (again)
24 Apr 2008Delay of the day: Amos-3
23 Apr 2008Amos-3 ready for first 'Land Launch'
31 Mar 2008Amos-3 satellite arrives at Baikonur launch site
26 Mar 2008Spacecom prepares to launch Amos 3 satellite
24 Jan 2008SES makes offer for Space-Communication Ltd.
18 Jan 2008'Land Launch' of Amos 3 scheduled for March
01 May 2007News in brief
10 Mar 2006Measat books Land Launch for Measat 1R, report
20 Feb 2006Third contract for Land Launch
29 Sep 2005Alcatel Alenia Space to supply Amos-3 payload
20 Sep 2005Spacecom orders Amos 3
05 May 2004PrimaCom starts Amos-2 transmissions
24 Mar 2004Spacecom takes over Amos 2
28 Dec 2003Soyuz successfully launches Amos 2 in first GTO mission
15 Dec 2003Delay of the day: Amos-2 a few days later
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