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  1. Ariane 5 launch on 6 February 2014 with Athena-Fidus on board

    Date de publication:

    5 Février 2014

    The first Ariane rocket of the year 2014, orbited 2 telecommunications satellites, on thursday 6 Fabruary, from Europe’s spaceport at the Guiana Space Centre.

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  2. Europe sets its sights on Ariane 6

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    28 Février 2013

    Last November in Naples, ministers in charge of European space policy gave their blessing for a new Ariane 6 launcher designed to help Europe stay ahead in the satellite launch services market.

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  3. Another launch success for Ariane 5: ATV Georges Lemaître on its way to ISS

    Date de publication:

    29 Juillet 2014

    Europe’s fifth ISS resupply spacecraft was orbited tonight by an Ariane 5 launcher from the Guiana Space Centre. The ATV-5 will dock with the statiion on 12 August.

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  4. L’ATV-3 Edoardo Amaldi en route to ISS

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    9 Août 2011

    The 3rd European ISS resupply spacecraft was successfully orbited Friday 23 March by an Ariane 5 ES launcher from French Guiana.

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  5. P80- a newcomer in the solid propulsion stakes

    Date de publication:

    27 Septembre 2006

    Europe’s family of launchers is set to grow, with a kid brother for Ariane 5 called Vega expected some time late next year. Vega is designed for the launch of small satellites, complementing its larger stable mate. The Vega project was initiated by ESA in 1999. CNES is leading development of the P80 engine that will power the 1st stage of the new launcher. The P80 will in fact carry 88 tonnes of solid fuel needed to get the light Vega launcher off the ground.

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  6. [Replay] Successful launch for Vega VV10, Venus in orbit

    Date de publication:

    1 Août 2017

    The 10th Vega launcher orbited 2 satellites from the Guiana Space Centre on the night of 1/2 August: OptSat 3000 and Venµs. Watch the replay on our website.

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