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    XM-5 can be found in the following categories:
    Geostationary
    XM and Sirius

    NORAD ID: 37185
    Int'l Code: 2010-053A
    Perigee: 35,781.5 km
    Apogee: 35,806.3 km
    Inclination: 0.0 °
    Period: 1,436.1 minutes
    Semi major axis: 42164 km
    Launch date: October 14, 2010
    Source: United States (US)
    Comments: The satellite will be an orbital spare for the XM 3 and XM 4 satellites currently transmitting operational radio signals. Sirius XM 5 will join a fleet of spacecraft already beaming radio signals to receivers in cars, trucks, boats, aircraft, homes and mobile devices of more than 19.8 million subscribers. Two 29.5-foot-diameter (9-m-diameter) unfurlable mesh antennas will broadcast Sirius XM Radio's 135 audio channels. The antennas will be connected to an S-band downlink and X-band uplink communications payload. The satellite is designed to last for at least 15 years in space. Based on Loral's 1300 spacecraft bus, Sirius XM 5 will produce nearly 20 kilowatts of power at the end of its mission.

    Two Line Element Set (TLE):

    1 37185U 10053A   14327.53224450 -.00000198  00000-0  10000-3 0   540
    2 37185 000.0242 287.7524 0002947 100.7071 140.3844 01.00271279 15095
    
    
    Source: AFSPC

    NASA's NSSDC Master Catalog entry for XM-5

     
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