ViaSat pushes back broadband satellite launch to October

09/12/2011 | San Diego Union-Tribune

ViaSat has postponed the liftoff of its $400 million broadband satellite until mid-October, the third time the ViaSat-1 launch has been delayed because of incidents out of the company's control. The satellite, which is designed to expand broadband services to unserved rural areas, was delayed because technical problems suffered by a Russian satellite pushed back the dates of other launches.

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