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The ESA on July 30 launched the world’s first commercial totally re-programmable satellite. Named Eutelsat Quantum, the world’s first commercial totally re-programmable satellite took off from Europe’s Spaceport in Kourou, French Guiana.

In an official press release, the space agency expressed, “Eutelsat Quantum, made under an ESA partnership project with satellite operator Eutelsat and prime manufacturer Airbus, is the essential commercial totally versatile software-defined satellite in the world”. It further read, “Since it will in general be reproduced in orbit, it can respond to changing demands for data transmission and secure communications during its 15-year lifetime. Its beams can be redirected to move in for all intents and purposes real-time to offer information to passengers locally accessible moving ships or planes.”

The Eutelsat Quantum can respond to changing demands for data transmission and secure communications during its lifetime of 15-years. The beams of Eutelsat Quantum can be redirected to move in for all intents and purposes real-time to offer information to passengers locally accessible moving ships or planes. Moreover, the beams can be viably accustomed to give more information when demand increases.

The satellite can perceive and portray any rogue emissions, enabling it to respond logically to accidental block. Daniel Neuenschwander, ESA Director of Space Transportation in the press release said, “Each launch is invigorating. Ariane 5 is the pride of Europe and continues being the cornerstone of Europe’s induction to space”. Neuenschwander added that Eutelsat Quantum is the delayed consequence of an “ESA–industry partnership that conveys a world first to telecommunications.”

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