Mitsubishi receives launch order for H-2A to launch a Sky Perfect JSAT satellite

by | May 16, 2014 | commercial launch services, JAXA, Satellites | 0 comments

Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Corp (MHI) has received a launch order from the Japanese satellite operation Sky Perfect JSAT to launch an unspecified satellite on a H-2A launch vehicle. The launch will take place from the Tanegashima launch site in Japan in 2016.

 

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