Bangabandhu Satellite broadcasting may disrupt for 8 days
Published: 21:36 21 September 2021
Due to solar anomalies, the broadcasting activities of Bangabandhu Satellite-1 may be disrupted for a total of eight days from September 29 to October 6.
BSCL said this in a notification sent to the media on Tuesday.
The notification said from September 29 to 8th October 8, due to solar disturbance (in such a situation there is a disturbance in broadcasting) Bangabandhu Satellite-1 may occur problems. This can happen every morning (between 9:28 am-9:43 am).
This problem can occur for 5 minutes on September 29, 10 minutes on September 30, 14 minutes on October 1, 15 minutes on October 2, 15 minutes on October 3, 14 minutes on October 4, 12 minutes on October 5 and 10 minutes on October 6.
BSCL managing director (additional) Md. Shafiqul Islam has sincerely expressed his sorrow for the natural event.
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