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Luxembourg Betzdorf SES Astra Parabolic Antennas
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SES ASTRA is the leading provider of satellite services in Europe

"SES ASTRA operates the ASTRA Satellite System, offering a comprehensive portfolio of broadcast and broadband solutions for customers in Europe and beyond. ASTRA broadcasts television and radio programmes directly to millions of homes, and provides internet access and network services to governments, large corporations, small- to medium-sized enterprises and individual households"

http://www.ses-astra.com/business/en/index.php

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