Public Notice SAT00306

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2005-07-08

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                       PUBLIC NOTICE
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                                                                                              DA No.                          05-1978
 Report No. SAT-00306                                                                                          Friday July 8, 2005

                                                  POLICY BRANCH INFORMATION
                                                              Actions Taken
The Commission, by its International Bureau, took the following actions pursuant to delegated authority. The effective
date of these actions is the release date of this Notice, except were an effective date is specified.

SAT-STA-20050701-00142               E S2621           EchoStar Satellite L.L.C.
Special Temporary Authority
Grant of Authority                                                                                          Effective Date:        07/06/2005



Nature of Service:      Fixed Satellite Service


On July 6, 2005, the Satellite Division granted with conditions EchoStar Satellite, LLC's (EchoStar) request, File No.
SAT-STA-200500701-00142, to conduct Tracking, Telemetry, and Command (TT&C) necessary to remove the EchoStar 4 satellite
from its current drift orbit, as authorized by SAT-STA-20050614-00124, and to place the satellite at the 77º W.L. orbital location
from July 6, 2005 to August 5, 2005. At the 77º W.L. orbital location, Echostar shall operate on a non-harmful interference basis so
as not to exceed, under any conditions, and taking into account all variations in satellite attitude, the parameters specified in
Attachment A of the Letter, dated May 10, 2005, from Pantelis Michalopoulos to the Secretary, FCC. Grant of this authority is
without prejudice to action on EchoStar's June 8, 2005 Petition for Reconsideration of the Echostar Satellite, LLC, Memorandum
Opinion and Order, DA 05-1581 (rel. June 3, 2005). Further, grant of this authorization does not constitute an authorization pursuant
to Section 25.161(c) of the Rules, concerning automatic termination of license.



Dismissal
SAT-AMD-20030730-00149               S2370          Lockheed Martin Corporation

Dismissed by request of applicant. See letter from Stephen D. Baruch and David S. Keir, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC,
Counsel to Lockheed Martin Corporation to Marlene Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission, dated July 6,
2005 (voluntary dismissal of application to launch and operate a radionavigation satellite service satellite at 79 degrees E.L.)
SAT-AMD-20030730-00152               S2374          Lockheed Martin Corporation

Dismissed by request of applicant. See letter from Stephen D. Baruch and David S. Keir, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC,
Counsel to Lockheed Martin Corporation to Marlene Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission, dated July 6,
2005 (voluntary dismissal of application to launch and operate a radionavigation satellite service satellite at 71 degrees E.L.)
SAT-AMD-20030730-00153               S2375          Lockheed Martin Corporation

Dismissed by request of applicant. See letter from Stephen D. Baruch and David S. Keir, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC,
Counsel to Lockheed Martin Corporation to Marlene Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission, dated July 6,
2005 (voluntary dismissal of application to launch and operate a radionavigation satellite service satellite at 131.8 degrees E.L.)
SAT-AMD-20040721-00142               S2370          Lockheed Martin Corporation

Dismissed by request of applicant. See letter from Stephen D. Baruch and David S. Keir, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC,
Counsel to Lockheed Martin Corporation to Marlene Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission, dated July 6,
2005 (voluntary dismissal of application to launch and operate a radionavigation satellite service satellite at 79 degrees E.L.)
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Dismissal
SAT-AMD-20040721-00143               S2374          Lockheed Martin Corporation

Dismissed by request of applicant. See letter from Stephen D. Baruch and David S. Keir, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC,
Counsel to Lockheed Martin Corporation to Marlene Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission, dated July 6,
2005 (voluntary dismissal of application to launch and operate a radionavigation satellite service satellite at 71 degrees E.L.)
SAT-AMD-20040721-00144               S2375          Lockheed Martin Corporation

Dismissed by request of applicant. See letter from Stephen D. Baruch and David S. Keir, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC,
Counsel to Lockheed Martin Corporation to Marlene Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission, dated July 6,
2005 (voluntary dismissal of application to launch and operate a radionavigation satellite service satellite at 131.8 degrees E.L.)
SAT-AMD-20050210-00032               S2375          Lockheed Martin Corporation

Dismissed by request of applicant. See letter from Stephen D. Baruch and David S. Keir, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC,
Counsel to Lockheed Martin Corporation to Marlene Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission, dated July 6,
2005 (voluntary dismissal of application to launch and operate a radionavigation satellite service satellite at 131.8 degrees E.L.)
SAT-AMD-20050210-00033                              Lockheed Martin Corporation

Dismissed by request of applicant. See letter from Stephen D. Baruch and David S. Keir, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC,
Counsel to Lockheed Martin Corporation to Marlene Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission, dated July 6,
2005 (voluntary dismissal of application to launch and operate a radionavigation satellite service satellite at 71 degrees E.L.)
SAT-AMD-20050210-00034               S2370          Lockheed Martin Corporation

Dismissed by request of applicant. See letter from Stephen D. Baruch and David S. Keir, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC,
Counsel to Lockheed Martin Corporation to Marlene Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission, dated July 6,
2005 (voluntary dismissal of application to launch and operate a radionavigation satellite service satellite at 79 degrees E.L.)
SAT-LOA-19990427-00045               S2370          LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION

Dismissed by request of applicant. See letter from Stephen D. Baruch and David S. Keir, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC,
Counsel to Lockheed Martin Corporation to Marlene Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission, dated July 6,
2005 (voluntary dismissal of application to launch and operate a radionavigation satellite service satellite at 79 degrees E.L.)
SAT-LOA-19990427-00049               S2374          LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION

Dismissed by request of applicant. See letter from Stephen D. Baruch and David S. Keir, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC,
Counsel to Lockheed Martin Corporation to Marlene Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission, dated July 6,
2005 (voluntary dismissal of application to launch and operate a radionavigation satellite service satellite at 71 degrees E.L.)
SAT-LOA-19990427-00050               S2375          LOCKHEED MARTIN CORPORATION

Dismissed by request of applicant. See letter from Stephen D. Baruch and David S. Keir, Leventhal Senter & Lerman, PLLC,
Counsel to Lockheed Martin Corporation to Marlene Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission, dated July 6,
2005 (voluntary dismissal of application to launch and operate a radionavigation satellite service satellite at 131.8 degrees E.L.)
INFORMATIVE
SAT-MOD-20050301-00054               S2115          Globalstar LLC

The application captioned above is a licensing proceeding and is generally restricted under the Commission's ex parte rules. See
47 C.F.R. §§ 1.1202(d) and 1.1208. On July 6, 2005, Globalstar LLC and Globalstar USA, LLC filed a request to designate Files
Nos. SAT-MOD-20050301-0054 and SES-MOD-20050301-00261, as "permit-but-disclose" under the Commission's ex parte
rules. See Letter from William T. Lake, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, LLP, Counsel to Globalstar LLC and Globalstar
USA LLC to Marlene H. Dortch, Secretary, Federal Communications Commission. The issues raised by these applications raise
complex policy issues. In order to develop a full and complete record in this proceeding, the Bureau concludes that the public
interest will be served by designating IBFS Files Nos. SAT-MOD-20050301-0054 and SES-MOD-20050301-00261 as
"permit-but-disclose". Accordingly, on July 7, 2005, the Satellite Division, Policy Branch granted the request and designated the
applications as "permit-but-disclose." 47 C.F.R. §§ 1.1200(a), 1.1206 and 1.1208, Note 2. This action is without prejudice to
any determination regarding the processing of the applications.

For more information concerning this Notice, contact the Satellite Division at 202-418-0719; TTY 202-418-2555.




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