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GE-8 → AMC-8 Operator GE Americom (2000–2001) SES Americom (2001-2009) SES World Skies (2009—) Major contractors Lockheed Martin Arianespace (LSP) Bus A2100 Mission type Communications Launch date 20 December 2000 00:26 UTC Carrier rocket Ariane 5G Launch site Kourou ELA-3 Mission duration 15 years (planned) Homepage SES World Skies - AMC-8 Mass 2,015 kilograms (4,440 lb) Orbital elements Regime Geostationary Longitude 139° West Transponders Transponders 24 G/H band (IEEE C band) Coverage area Canada Caribbean United States This article is about the artificial satellite. For the middle-school mathematics competition, see American Mathematics Competitions AMC-8, also known as Americom-8 and Aurora III, previously GE-8, is a C-band satellite located at 139° West, covering the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. It is owned and operated by SES World Skies,[1] formerly SES Americom and before that GE Americom. The satellite, provides critical telecommunications services to AT&T Alascom which occupies most of the satellite's capacity. AMC-8 was launched in 2000 as GE-8, and replaced Satcom C-5 in March 2001. AMC-8 is also used by thousands of terrestrial radio stations for network feeds using ground equipment from Starguide, X-Digital Systems, Wegener and International Datacasting. Major tenants are Citadel Media Satellite Services (which includes Citadel Media, Talk Radio Network, WOR Radio Network and others), Clear Channel Satellite Services (which includes United Stations Radio Networks, John Tesh, and others), Premiere Radio Networks, Dial Global, Westwood One, Learfield Communications and others. It carries 24 36 MHz G/H band (IEEE C band) transponders, with 20 watt SSPA amplifiers. Its amplifier redundancy is 16 for 12, and its receiver redundancy is four for two. It carries two beacons, one broadcasting on a horizontal frequency of 3700.5 MHz, and the other on a vertical frequency of 4199.5 MHz. External links AMC-8 website from SES-Americom References ^ "AMC-8". SES World Skies. http://www.ses-worldskies.com/worldskies/satellites/01_amc-fleet/amc-8/Satellite_Data/index.php.  v · d · eSES World Skies fleet SES series 1 · 7 AMC series 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · 8 · 9 · 10 · 11 · 15 · 16 · 18 · 21 NSS series 5 · 6 · 7 · 9 · 10 · 11 · 12 · 703 · 806 Other Astra 2B · Intelsat VI F-3 · Satcom C3 Future SES-2 · SES-3 · SES-4 · SES-5 · SES-6 v · d · e← 1999  ·  Orbital launches in 2000  ·  2001 → USA-148 | Galaxy 10R | Feng Huo 1 | JAWSAT · FalconSAT-1 · ASUSat-1 · OCSE · OPAL (STENSAT · MEMS 1A · MEMS 1B · MASAT · Thelma · Louise) | Progress M1-1 | Kosmos 2369 | Hispasat 1C | Globalstar 60 · Globalstar 62 · Globlastar 63 · Globalstar 64 | Gruzovoy Maket · IRDT-1 | ASTRO-E | STS-99 | Garuda 1 | Superbird-B2 | Ekspress A2 | MTI | ICO F1 | Dumsat | INSAT-3B · AsiaStar | IMAGE | Soyuz TM-30 | SESAT 1 | Galaxy 4R | Progress M1-2 | GOES 11 | Kosmos 2370 | USA-149 | USA-150 | SimSat 1 · SimSat 2 | STS-101 | Eutelsat W4 | Gorizont #45L | TSX-5 | Ekspress A3 | Feng Yun 2B · Nadezhda 6 · Tsinghua 1 · SNAP-1 | TDRS-8 | Sirius FM-1 | Kosmos 2371 | Zvezda | EchoStar VI | CHAMP · MITA · Rubin-1 | USA-151 | Samba · Salsa | Sindri (MEMS 2A · MEMS 2B) | PAS-9 | Progress M1-3 | Rumba · Tango | Brazilsat B4 · Nilesat 102 | USA-152 | DM-F3 | Globus #16L | Zi Yuan 2 | Sirius FM-2 | Eutelsat W1 | STS-106 | Astra 2B | GE-7 | NOAA-16 | Kosmos 2372 | Megsat 1 · Unisat 1 · Saudisat 1A · Saudisat 1B · Tiungsat 1 | Kosmos 2373 | GE-1A | N-Sat 110 | HETE-2 | STS-92 (ITS Z1 · PMA-3) | Kosmos 2374 · Kosmos 2375 · Kosmos 2376 | Progress M-43 | USA-153 | Thuraya 1 | GE-6 | Europe*Star 1 | Beidou 1A | Soyuz TM-31 | USA-154 | PAS-1R · AMSAT-P3D · STRV 1C · STRV 1D | Progress M1-4 | QuickBird-1 | EO-1 · SAC-C · Munin | Anik F1 | Sirius FM-3 | STS-97 (ITS P6) | Eros 1A | USA-155 | Astra 2D · GE-8 · LDREX | Beidou 1B | Gonets-D1 #7 · Gonets-D1 #8 · Gonets-D1 #9 · Strela-3 #125 · Strela-3 #126 · Strela-3 #127 Payloads are separated by bullets ( · ), launches by pipes ( | ). Manned flights are indicated in bold text. Uncatalogued launch failures are listed in italics. Payloads deployed from other spacecraft are denoted in brackets.