Inmarsat’s second Global Xpress (GX) satellite – Inmarsat-5 F2 – has arrived at Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan in preparation for launch atop a commercial Proton M/Breeze M rocket in early in 2015, the London-based fleet operator said Dec. 18. The Boeing-built satellite left the company’s El Segundo, California, manufacturing facility Dec. 16 and was flown from Los Angeles to Kazakhstan in an Antonov AN-124. Launches of the second and third GX spacecraft were ...

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