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Help on geostationary space stations by longitude and publication query

The scope of the query

This query allows you to create a list of geostationary satellites by longitude with data pertaining to publication by BR (number of the circular and date of publication), date of bringing into use of the frequency assignments to the station and protection date. After entering values into the boxes (see below) a list of selected satellites is displayed. You can sort on the highlighted fields in the header.

Selection Options

You can select
  • one or more geostationary satellites having the same name or partial name
  • notified by a given administration
  • within a longitude range
  • in the category of coordination or notification or both.

    What to do?

  • select "Non-planned Services " or "Planned Services" from the radio buttons
  • enter the name of the station into "Satellite Name" box
  • enter administration symbol into "Notifying Administration" box
  • enter network Organization symbol into "Network organization" box
  • enter a value into "Longitude (from)" box
  • enter a value into "Longitude (to)" box
  • check "GSO", "Non-GSO " or "All" (in case of Non-planned Services)
  • check "Notification", "Coordination" or "All" from the Category radio buttons (in case of Non-planned Services)
  • check "BSS Plans" and/or "Guards Band" and select plan (in case of Planned Services)
  • and click on Select button.
  • to restart your query click on the Cancel button.


  • You may enter full name or partial name for the satellite name, notifying administration or network organization.
  • You may use upper and lower case letters.
  • Enter values for longitude within the range of -180 to 180 and Longitude (from) < Longitude (to). (to).

    In case no value is entered the search is performed for all values on the database.

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