The European Missile Launcation Service Arianespace today will release two new communications satellites to Europe (June 20th) and you will be able to watch live online. The Ariana 5 missile is scheduled to escape from Guyana's space center in Kuru, French Guiana, at [5:43 pm]. EDT (2143 GMT). The broadcast of the live mission will begin approximately 15 minutes before take-off. You can watch it here at Space.com or directly via YouTube on Arianespace.
For this mission, Arianespace will launch the T-16 satellite (aka DirecTV 16) for AT & T and the Eutelsat 7C satellite for Paris-based Eutelsat Communications, as described in the Arianespace mission . DirecTV 1
The second satellite, Eutelsat 7C, will also provide television services, but over Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Turkey. This satellite was built by SSL, a subsidiary of California-based Maxar Technologies.
Once Ariane 5 reaches its place, DirecTV 16 will be the first companion to separate from the top of the rocket. This division is scheduled to occur 27 minutes and 43 seconds after take-off. Eutelsat 7C will take 33 minutes and 59 seconds after take-off.