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HERE Update PTV Sports Biss Key
Cricket FEED PAK VS NZ LIVE MATCHS
TODAY : 09:00 PM ((PST))
PTV SPORTS HD
Paksat 1R at 38.0°East
New TP: 4004 V 15555
Today Update: MAY 14-05-2023
#BissKey: ABCD108811136589 (Orignal box)
#BISSKEY: ABCD10FF111365FF (China box)
Paksat-1R (or Paksat-1 Replacement) is a geosynchronous, communications satellite that was manufactured by China Great Wall Industry Corporation (CGWIC) and operated by the Space and Upper Atmosphere Research Commission (SUPARCO), an executive space authority of the Government of Pakistan.
In December 2001, the SUPARCO negotiated to lease the Palapa-C1 satellite and designated it as Paksat-1 in an attempt to avert the orbital position crises. It was acquired after an anomaly in the electrical system of the satellite on 24 November 1998. A module for controlling the hydro accumulators had failed and an American contractor, Hughes Global Services (HGS), managed to develop a strategy that allowed the continued use of the satellite in geostationary orbit. The satellite was eventually leased by Pakistan as Paksat-1 at 38° East in geostationary orbit and had been active since December 2002. During this time, SUPARCO began developing the geosynchronous satellite to replace the aging Paksat-1 as part of the new space policy announced by the government of Pakistan in 2008.
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