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#1 AsiaSat 9 Passes Critical Main Body Structural Testing in June 2015

AsiaSat 9’s main body – the central cylinder passed all critical structural testing this month. Next step: preparation for propulsion subsystem integration.

AsiaSat at CASBAA SIF and CommunicAsia: Executive Insights and the Company’s Industry Initiatives

AsiaSat's vast experience and quality services were showcased to an international audience earlier this month in Singapore at the CASBAA Satellite Industry Forum and the CommunicAsia Exhibition and Conference.

China: Vigorous Walk Competition

AsiaSat Beijing Office organised a Vigorous Walk Competition on 24 April 2015. Every contestant walked 10km in the Beijing Olympic Forest Park.

AsiaSat Announced Winners of New Brand Logo Photo Contest

AsiaSat just announced the winners of a fun and inspiring Logo Photo Contest to celebrate the launch of our new brand! ......

AsiaSat's New Brand Debut at CABSAT 2015

AsiaSat’s new brand made its debut at CABSAT in Dubai last week. CABSAT is one of the region’s most important satellite and broadcast events that connects participants from...

AsiaSat’s First Hero

1990 was a very remarkable year—not only for AsiaSat, but also for the development of the Asian satellite industry and the history of China’s international space business...

AsiaSat 8: Launch Visit to Cape Canaveral

AsiaSat 8 was an important project for the company as we had been working on it for almost 3 years. Everyone in the company was very excited about its launch...

AsiaSat 6 Successfully Lifts Off !

The AsiaSat 6 aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 launch vehicle successfully lifted off from the Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida, U.S.A. at Hong Kong Time 1:00 p.m. (1:00 a.m. EDT or Cape Canaveral local time) on the 7th of September.

AsiaSat 6 Completed Encapsulation

The AsiaSat 6 spacecraft completed encapsulation into its payload fairing. Built by SSL, the spacecraft is ready for mating with SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket, targeting for launch from Cape Canaveral next week.

AsiaSat Gets Ready for Second Launch of the Month !

Final preparations are in progress for the launch of AsiaSat 6 , following AsiaSat 8’s successful liftoff on 5 August by a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA.