Al Yah 3
Pictured from left to right: Nathan de Ruiter, managing director, Euroconsult Canad;a Mark Dankberg, chairman and CEO, Viasat Inc.;
Pierre-Jean Beylier, CEO, Speedcast; Pradman P. Kaul, president and CEO, Hughes Network Systems; and Kevin Steen, CEO, iDirect Technologies. Credit: SpaceNews/Brian Berger
EchoStar-24/Jupiter-3 SSL Hughes
Eutelsat Paris-Rambouillet teleport
Gogo connected aircraft
Global Xpress satellite. Credit: Inmarsat artist's concept
Ariane 5 Arianespace VA237
Inmarsat JetWave Hardware for GX Aviation Installation on Honeywell B757 Test Aircraft 1
ViaSat intends to build 45 gateways for ViaSat-2, followed by hundreds for the ViaSat-3 series. Credit: ViaSat
encapsulation Alphasat ESA
OW-V OneWeb Constellation
Eutelsat CEO Rodolphe Belmer. Credit: SpaceNews/Kate Patterson.
O3b, owned by SES of Luxembourg, operates a fleet of 12 satellites in equatorial orbit at 8,200 kilometers. It is asking U.S. regulators to approve a major expansion of the constellation to add new broadcast frequencies and more satellites in both equatorial and highly inclined orbit. This is what the new constellation would look like. Credit: O3b.

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