ARSAT-3K is a geostationary communications satellite bus designed and manufactured by INVAP of Argentina for the local telecommunication company ARSAT S.A.. It is a small (4.2 kW of power generation and 3,000 kg (6,600 lb) of launch mass) three axis stabilized platform designed, manufactured and tested completely in Argentina. It is capable of carrying up to 350 kg (770 lb) of payload with a maximum power consumption of 3.4 kW at the end of life. It currently uses only chemical propulsion, but an hybrid solution which would use bi-propellant propulsion for orbit raising and electric propulsion for station keeping is being developed. A purely electric propulsion version is planned.

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  • ARSAT-3K es un modelo de satélites artificiales geoestacionarios diseñados y fabricado por INVAP de Argentina por la compañía local de telecomunicaciones ARSAT SA. Se trata de plataformas pequeñas (4,2 kW de generación de energía y 3.000 kg de masa de lanzamiento) y tres ejes estabilizadores diseñados, fabricados y probados completamente en la Argentina. Es capaz de transportar hasta 350 kg de carga útil con un consumo máximo de energía de 3,4 kW al final de la vida. En la actualidad sólo se utiliza la propulsión química, pero se está desarrollando una solución híbrida que utilizaría la propulsión bi-propelente para la elevación de la órbita y la propulsión eléctrica para el mantenimiento de la posición. Se planea una versión de propulsión puramente eléctrica. (es)
  • ARSAT-3K is a geostationary communications satellite bus designed and manufactured by INVAP of Argentina for the local telecommunication company ARSAT S.A.. It is a small (4.2 kW of power generation and 3,000 kg (6,600 lb) of launch mass) three axis stabilized platform designed, manufactured and tested completely in Argentina. It is capable of carrying up to 350 kg (770 lb) of payload with a maximum power consumption of 3.4 kW at the end of life. It currently uses only chemical propulsion, but an hybrid solution which would use bi-propellant propulsion for orbit raising and electric propulsion for station keeping is being developed. A purely electric propulsion version is planned. (en)
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  • 4.73364E8
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  • Bus without payload nor solar panels: × ×
  • Span with solar panels deployed:
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  • <
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  • Ku band, Ka band and C Band payloads.
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  • --10-16
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  • ARSAT-1 while in the INVAP's clean room
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  • ARSAT-1 in INVAP.
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  • ARSAT-3K
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  • 3 (xsd:integer)
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  • and 3.5 kW
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  • 4.2
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  • In Production
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  • ARSAT-3K es un modelo de satélites artificiales geoestacionarios diseñados y fabricado por INVAP de Argentina por la compañía local de telecomunicaciones ARSAT SA. Se trata de plataformas pequeñas (4,2 kW de generación de energía y 3.000 kg de masa de lanzamiento) y tres ejes estabilizadores diseñados, fabricados y probados completamente en la Argentina. Es capaz de transportar hasta 350 kg de carga útil con un consumo máximo de energía de 3,4 kW al final de la vida. En la actualidad sólo se utiliza la propulsión química, pero se está desarrollando una solución híbrida que utilizaría la propulsión bi-propelente para la elevación de la órbita y la propulsión eléctrica para el mantenimiento de la posición. Se planea una versión de propulsión puramente eléctrica. (es)
  • ARSAT-3K is a geostationary communications satellite bus designed and manufactured by INVAP of Argentina for the local telecommunication company ARSAT S.A.. It is a small (4.2 kW of power generation and 3,000 kg (6,600 lb) of launch mass) three axis stabilized platform designed, manufactured and tested completely in Argentina. It is capable of carrying up to 350 kg (770 lb) of payload with a maximum power consumption of 3.4 kW at the end of life. It currently uses only chemical propulsion, but an hybrid solution which would use bi-propellant propulsion for orbit raising and electric propulsion for station keeping is being developed. A purely electric propulsion version is planned. (en)
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  • ARSAT-3K (es)
  • ARSAT-3K (en)
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