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Each Inmarsat-5 spacecraft will support users worldwide with Ka-band capacity from geosynchronous orbit, providing flexible global coverage using both fixed and steerable beams. The satellites are designed to generate some 14 kilowatts of payload power guaranteed throughout their 15-year design life. To generate such high power, each spacecraft's two solar wings carry five panels populated with the most recent ultra triple-junction gallium arsenide solar cells. Thanks to its electrical propulsion system for in-orbit manoeuvring, the Boeing 702 HP platform enables the efficient deployment of complex, high-performance communications payload.

The Inmarsat-5 satellites will provide customers with a comprehensive range of global mobile satellite services, including mobile broadband communications for deep-sea vessels, in-flight connectivity for airline passengers and streaming high-resolution video, voice and data.

Leveraging Boeing's expertise in government environments and applications, the Inmarsat-5 satellites will support Inmarsat customers looking to deploy modern and secure high-speed communication applications between land, sea and air services and multinational coalitions. The three Inmarsat-5 spacecraft will be launched on the very reliable Proton launch vehicles, starting in the summer of 2013 and continuing into 2014.

Launch Schedule

  • F1 launch - Q3 2013
  • F1 orbital deployment - Q4 2013
  • F1 Alpha testing Q1 2014
  • F2 launch - Q1 2014
  • F2 orbital deployment - Q2 2014
  • F2 Alpha testing Q2 2014
  • F3 launch - Q3 2014
  • F3 orbital deployment - Q4 2014
  • F3 Alpha testing