|Operator||China Satellite Communications|
|Mission duration||15 years|
|Launch mass||5,000 kilograms (11,000 lb)|
|Start of mission|
|Launch date||20 June 2011, 16:13:04UTC|
|Rocket||Long March 3B/E|
|Launch site||Xichang LC-2|
|Perigee altitude||35,771 kilometres (22,227 mi)|
|Apogee altitude||35,814 kilometres (22,254 mi)|
|Epoch||29 October 2013, 00:13:49 UTC|
ChinaSat 10 (Chinese: 中星10号; pinyin: Zhōngxīng Shíhào) previously known as SinoSat 5 (Chinese: 鑫诺5号) is a Chinese communications satellite. It was launched at 16:13 UTC on 20 June 2011 on a Long March 3B rocket.
The satellite is a replacement for ChinaSat 5B. It has a mass of 5,100 kg and will be positioned in geosynchronous orbit at 110.5 degrees East. It is operated by China Satellite Communications.