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YahSat’s Al Yah-3 and SES-14 Preparing for Arianespace’s First 2018 Launch

As another year of successful Arianespace launch activity draws to a close, two satellites for its first mission of 2018 are now in French Guiana – positioning them for liftoff on January 25, 2018, from the Spaceport on a heavy-lift Ariane 5. Arriving December 22, 2017, was SES-14 for Luxembourg-based telecommunications satellite operator SES, which was
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