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Did the Sun swallow the satellite, Intelsat lost control over ‘Galaxy 15 Broadcast’, know the whole matter

The effect of the movements and explosions in the sun is beginning to be visible. International satellite service firm Intelsat has lost control of one of its satellites. It is believed that the satellite has been disabled in space weather. Space.com quoted Spacenews.com as saying that Intelsat has lost control of its Galaxy 15 broadcast satellite. She is trying to regain control. Intelsat believes that this problem has probably come to the fore due to the effect of a geomagnetic storm. Keep in mind that space and weather agencies around the world had recently issued warnings of a geomagnetic storm. Such storms usually do not cause any damage, but if their intensity is high, they can disrupt radio communication. It can also affect satellites and power grids.

Intelsat spokesperson Melissa Longo Told That the satellite is probably working for nominal. He said that the company is shifting the customers dependent on this satellite to other satellites. After this, it will once again try to gain control of Galaxy 15 Broadcast.

As per reports, the Galaxy 15 satellite provides media coverage to the US. This satellite was developed by Orbital Sciences Corporation and was launched in the year 2005. However, this is not the first time Intelsat has lost control of Galaxy 15. In the year 2010, the company lost its contact with this satellite for more than eight months. After the satellite’s battery was completely depleted and reset, communication between the satellite and the command center was restored.

There is a lot of movement in the Sun this year. The reason for this is an 11-year cycle of the Sun, which has deflected the Sun. There is a large sunspot in the Sun, as well as many large solar flares and coronal mass ejections (CMEs) are being born every day. Some space meteorologists have predicted that the current cycle could be one of the strongest solar cycles in recorded history.

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