Attachment Exhibit 2

This document pretains to SES-AMD-20190221-00304 for Amended Filing on a Satellite Earth Station filing.


                                             EXHIBIT 2

                           OTHER LICENSES AND APPLICATIONS
                             (Response to Form 312, Question 36)

         On July 26, 2011, the FCC declared null and void an authorization of EchoStar
Corporation, the parent company of HNS License Sub, LLC (together with their affiliates,
“EchoStar”), to construct, launch, and operate a new Direct Broadcast Satellite at 86.5º W.L. for
failure to meet the critical design review milestone, and rejected EchoStar’s request to modify its
86.5º W.L. authorization to allow the in-orbit EchoStar 8 satellite to provide service from that
orbital location. 1

       The FCC also has denied a few of EchoStar’s applications for initial license or
modification. 2

       The FCC has dismissed, but not denied on the merits, a few of EchoStar’s license
applications without prejudice to refiling. 3




1
    See EchoStar Corp., Memorandum Opinion and Order, 26 FCC Rcd 10442 (IB 2011).
2
  See Satellite Communications Services Information Re: Actions Taken, Public Notice, Rpt. No. SES-
00847 at 27 (IB rel. Aug. 16, 2006) (denying HNS License Sub, LLC’s, request for extension of
construction milestones regarding IBFS File Nos. SES-MOD-20060404-00560 and SES-MOD-
20060404-00561); EchoStar Satellite LLC, Memorandum Opinion and Order, 19 FCC Rcd 7846 (IB Sat.
Div. 2004) (denying applications to launch and operate four geostationary satellites because of
interference concerns); EchoStar Satellite LLC, Order, 20 FCC Rcd 12027 (IB Sat. Div. 2005); EchoStar
Satellite Corp., Memorandum Opinion and Order, 17 FCC Rcd 8831 (IB Sat. Div. 2002) (denying request
to extend construction milestone dates); EchoStar Satellite Corp., Memorandum Opinion and Order, 16
FCC Rcd 14300 (IB 2001).
3
  See, e.g., Letter from Robert G. Nelson, Chief, Satellite Division, to Pantelis Michalopoulos, Counsel
for EchoStar Corporation, 24 FCC Rcd 7132 (IB Sat. Div. 2009); EchoStar Corporation, Application to
Operate a C-Band Geostationary Satellite Orbit Satellite in the Fixed-Satellite Service at the 84.9º W.L.
Orbital Location, Memorandum Opinion and Order, 25 FCC Rcd 10193 (IB 2010); Letter from Paul E.
Blais, Chief, Systems Analysis Branch, Satellite Division, to Alison Minea, Corporate Counsel, EchoStar
Broadcasting Corporation, 28 FCC Rcd 10214 (IB Sat. Div. 2013); Letter from Paul E. Blais, Chief,
Systems Analysis Branch, Satellite Division, to Alison Minea, Corporate Counsel, EchoStar Broadcasting
Corporation, 28 FCC Rcd 10216 (IB Sat. Div. 2013).



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