|Operator||PanAmSat / Intelsat|
|Mission duration||15 years|
|Manufacturer||Boeing Satellite Systems|
|Launch mass||4,860 kilograms (10,710 lb)|
|Dry mass||2,873 kilograms (6,334 lb)|
|Start of mission|
|Launch date||15 June 2002, 22:39:30UTC|
|Launch site||Sea Launch|
|Coverage area||North America,Canada,United States & Mexico|
Galaxy 3C (or PAS-9 and Galaxy 13) is a communications satellite operated by PanAmSat from 2000 to 2006, and by Intelsat from 2006 to today. It spent most of its operational life at an orbital location of 95° W. Galaxy 3C was launched on June 15, 2002, with an Zenit launch vehicle, and covered North America with twenty-four transponders each on the C- and sixteen in Ku band.
- SatBeams. "Galaxy 3C (G-3C)". Retrieved May 7, 2018.
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