PARIS—The June launch of Inmarsat’s third Global Xpress Ka-band communications satellite has been delayed, following a mishap involving Russia’s Proton M/Briz M launch vehicle, which failed to lift Mexico’s Centenario satellite into orbit from Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan on May 16. “This is the third time our Global Xpress program has suffered launch delays because of Proton launch failures,” Rupert Pearce, CEO of London-based Inmarsat, said in a ...

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