Luxembourg-based SES S.A. is moving its new SES-3 telecommunication satellite from an orbital slot servicing North America to one over Asia to meet growing demand there. Launched in July 2011, SES-3 will be positioned at 108.2 deg. E. Long. to serve the Middle East and Southeast Asia, where the company says it is receiving “growing” demand from commercial and government customers. “With a fleet of 49 spacecraft in orbit around the globe, SES has the operational flexibility to swiftly ...
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