Only 20 days after ORBCOMM, if it goes off on time they may try launching AsiaSat 6 before Dragon CRS-4 in early September..
Launch window: TBD, late evening EDT - early morning UTC.
No landing attempt with this launch as it's a big honkin' GTO communications satellite leaving no propellant margins.
AsiaSat 8 info,
The most powerful among AsiaSat satellites with multiple Ku beams
AsiaSat 8 is designed to be co-located with AsiaSat 7 at the orbital location of 105.5 degrees East. This new satellite is a Space Systems/Loral 1300 series satellite, to be equipped with 24 Ku-band transponders and a Ka-band payload. Co-locating with AsiaSat 7, Asias most established satellite platform for Middle Eastern, European, Asian and international programming, AsiaSat 8 will provide exceptional power and additional Ku beam coverage with inter-beam switching capability for services including DTH television, private networks and broadband services. AsiaSat 8, planned to be launched in the first half of 2014, will be the most powerful member of AsiaSats fleet, with a payload power of about 8,500 watts.