The launch of the fifth in the Epic constellation of Boeing-made satellites, designed for maximum flexibility with the ability to interconnect between three different bands, will also be able to transmit full-motion video from small UAVs used by militaries, according to Intelsat General Corp. President Skot Butler. The launch of Intelsat’s Epic satellite 37e on an Ariane 5 rocket is scheduled for Sept. 29 in French Guiana on Flight VA239 along with Space System Loral’s BSAT-4a ...

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