Falcon 9 booster B1046 is a reusable first-stage booster for the orbital-class Falcon 9 vehicle manufactured by SpaceX. B1046 was the first Falcon 9 block 5 to fly and the first to do a re-flight. It is also the first rocket to fly two GTO missions and the first orbital-class booster to fly and land three times. Notably, this booster was also the first to launch from each of SpaceX's Falcon 9 launch pads.
Dedicated rideshare launching payloads into sun-synchronous orbit. Payloads include ORS-6, EU:CROPIS, STPSat-5, BlackSky Global-1 to -4, HawkEye Pathfinder 1-3, Iceye, NEXTSat-1, 2 SkySats, Centauri II, and a Flock of Doves.Sun-Synchronous Orbit B1046 - Flight Proven ( ) Just Read the Instructions
The Bangabandhu 1 (BD-1) satellite, the first geostationary communications satellite of Bangladesh. Satellite is to be located at 119.1° East longitude slot in geostationary orbit, where it will provide service to Bangladesh and neighbouring countries. Satellite is build by Thales Aleinia Space. It is based on Spacebus 4000B2 platform, weighs 3500 kg and is fitted with Ku-Band and C-Band transponders. The major applications of the spacecraft include DTH, very small aperture terminal communications, backhaul and trunking, network restoration, and disaster preparedness and relief.Geostationary Transfer Orbit B1046 - Maiden Flight Of Course I Still Love You