Aging Telesat satellite running out of fuel as projected LEO costs soar


Canada’s Telesat is bracing for a revenue hit in 2023 after being forced to retire its Anik F2 satellite from full service three years earlier than planned. The post Aging Telesat satellite running out of fuel as projected LEO costs soar appeared first on SpaceNews. (SpaceNews.com) More More

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