Satellite within Ruslan’s freight orbit

Ruslan International has transported the ARSAT-2 satellite from Bariloche, Argentina, to Cayenne, French Guiana, on behalf of ARSAT, the Argentine Government satellite operator.
The launch of ARSAT-2 at the Guiana Space Centre is a huge step towards seeing an array of telecommunications services such as television, telephone and Internet access delivered across South America by an Argentine-owned satellite.

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