NASA Official Launch Of A New Communications Satellite For COMSAT For Sale
NASA Official Launch Of A New Communications Satellite For COMSAT:
NASA Official Launch Of A New Communications Satellite For COMSAT. CAPE KENNEDY, Fla., The National Aeronautics and Space Administration launched a new communications satellite for the Communications Satellite Corporation (COMSAT) 8:45 PM, EDT, September 27, 1967 from Complex 178, Cape Kennedy, Fla. COMSAT will reimburse NASA for the launch, including the cost of the launch vehicle. The third satellite in the COMSAT INTELSAT II series was launched by a Thurst Augmented Improved Delta launch vehicle. The new satellite is intended for emplacement in synchronous equatorial orbit over the Pacific Ocean near the International Date Line to serve as a microwave station in space, relaying telephone, teletype, television and other communications traffic between Earth stations thousands of miles apart. The satellite is owned by the International Telecommunications Satellite Consortium (INTELSAT) and operated by COMSAT as manager for the Consortium.
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