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Galaxy 18 (G-18)
Ku-Band, North America Beam

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Satellite Name: Galaxy 18 (G-18)
Position: 123° West Longitude
Launch date: May 21, 2008
Orbit: Geosynchronous
Expected Lifetime: 15 Years
24 Ku-Band
24 C-Band

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