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April 15, 2013
We have had a successful mission with the ILS Proton M Breeze M rocket, carrying the ANIK G1 satellite built by SSL for Telesat. We have had confirmation that the satellite separated from the vehicle... Read more
April 15, 2013
We have confirmed that the Breeze M upper stage has successfully completed its 3rd & 4th burns, as well as jettisoning its additional propellant tank. The vehicle is now in a 5-hour coast period... Read more
April 15, 2013
As the Breeze M upper stage of our ILS Proton M rocket continues its climb into space with the ANIK G1 satellite, we have received confirmation that the 2nd burn of the upper stage occurred and shut... Read more
April 15, 2013
We have received confirmation of completion of the first burn. The vehicle is now scheduled to be out of range for about an hour, after which we will hear confirmation of the second burn Read more
April 15, 2013
We had a successful liftoff about 9 minutes ago of our ILS Proton M Breeze M rocket, which is carrying the ANIK G1 satellite. The three stages of the Proton vehicle have performed as planned, and it... Read more
April 15, 2013
We have liftoff! of the ILS Proton M Breeze M rocket and the ANIK G1 satellite. Read more
April 12, 2013
Another tradition that we always observe is the time of rollout. At 6:30 am this morning, the team watched our “90 ton baby” head off to its new home at Launch Pad 39.  (At lift off... Read more
April 7, 2013
Keeping with tradition, the Anik G1 team members lined up to sign the PLF.  Everyone has their own way of participating, some just sign their names, and others add the names of their family... Read more
April 5, 2013
Working at a launch site away from friends and loved ones back home can be difficult at times, but we know that the Anik G1 team is its own little family. Since we have been here we have had the... Read more
March 19, 2013
Well once again, with perseverance, warm jackets/ boots (and a little hot cocoa) the Anik G1 Team bands together and gets the job done! It was a little “touch and go” there for a bit... Read more

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