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  2. [Lanceurs] Ariane Ultimate se projette à horizon 2040

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    19 Mai 2021

    A quoi ressemblera le lanceur d’après-demain ? Il est bien trop tôt pour le dire, mais le CNES travaille déjà pour imaginer les technologies de rupture qui le feront voler.

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  4. Future Ariane 6 engine successfully tested

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    28 Août 2017

    Two important tests of Vinci, the future cryogenic engine set to power the upper stage of Ariane 6, were successfully completed on 31 May and 1 June.

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  5. Assembly and launch facilities

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    17 Avril 2019

    Vega is operated from CNES’s Guiana Space Centre (CSG) near Kourou, French Guiana. The launcher stages and elements are handled separately after being shipped in containers, generally by two ships, the MN Toucan and MN Colibri, from the ports of Livorno and Rotterdam. The upper stages and adapters may also be shipped by freighter aircraft to Félix Eboué airport, from where they are trucked to the spaceport 75 km away in an oversize convoy. The Vega assembly and launch facilities are detailed below.

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  7. Successful second test firing for the P120C solid rocket motor for Ariane 6 and Vega-C

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    29 Janvier 2019

    • A second P120C successful test firing of 135 seconds conducted in Kourou, French Guiana • P120C – the largest monolithic carbon-fiber solid rocket motor (SRM) in the world – is loaded with 142 tons of propellant • P120C will equip the boosters of both Ariane 62 and Ariane 64 and the Vega-C first stage

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  10. Reusable launchers- CNES and ONERA working together

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    2 Octobre 2015

    Scientific partners since the start of the space endeavour in France and Europe, CNES and ONERA, the French aeronautics, space and defence research laboratory, have decided to join forces to work on a reusable launcher first stage and begin looking at key technical aspects such as recovery, return and maintenance.

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  11. Developmental launchers: Ariane 1 to 3

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    1 Décembre 2014

    The first Ariane launcher thundered off the launch pad on 24 December 1979. For the first time in the history of space, a heavy-lift 3-stage launcher capable of placing satellites of nearly 1 tonne into geostationary orbit was successfully sent aloft.

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  12. Ariane 5 launch on 25 January 2018

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    26 Janvier 2018

    Ariane 5 ECA orbited Al Yah 3 and SES-14, 2 telecommunications satellites from The Guiana Space Centre on Thursday January, 25th. Arianespace - Ariane 5's launch operator - announces that the launcher’s liftoff took place on January 25, 2018 at 23:20 (Paris time). A few seconds after ignition of the upper stage, the second tracking station located in Natal, Brazil, did not acquire the launcher telemetry. This lack of telemetry lasted throughout the rest of powered flight. Subsequently, both satellites were confirmed separated, acquired and they are on orbit. SES-14 and Al Yah 3 are communicating with their respective control centers. Both missions are continuing.

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  13. Technical features

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    17 Avril 2019

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  14. Key milestones

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    17 Avril 2019

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  15. Technical features

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    20 Novembre 2020

    To carry its payload into orbit, Ariane 5 comprises two composites that operate in succession.

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  16. Assembly and launch facilities

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    20 Novembre 2020

    Ariane 5 is operated from CNES’s Guiana Space Centre (CSG) in Kourou, French Guiana. Before being shipped across the Atlantic, the launcher elements manufactured all over Europe are sent to the ports of Le Havre, Rotterdam and Bremen. They are then loaded in containers onto two ships, the MN Toucan and MN Colibri. On arrival in French Guiana at the port of Pariacabo, they are trucked to the CSG in an oversize convoy. For safety reasons, Ariane 5 activities are spread across different infrastructures covering more than 2,000 hectares (21 km²) of the CSG’s 69,000 hectares. The main buildings through which Ariane 5 elements pass on their way to launch are detailed below.

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  17. Technical features

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    20 Novembre 2020

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  18. Key milestones

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    16 Octobre 2018

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  19. Paving the way for future launchers- CNES and ArianeGroup launch ArianeWorks acceleration platform

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    21 Février 2019

    Thursday 21 February in Paris, in the presence of Frédérique Vidal, the French Minister for Higher Education, Research and Innovation, CNES President Jean-Yves Le Gall and ArianeGroup CEO André-Hubert Roussel signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to create an acceleration platform dedicated to the preparation of future launchers. To be called ArianeWorks, the new platform will boost innovation for future launcher development by bringing teams together under one roof and connecting them to Europe’s space ecosystem.

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  20. Soyuz successfully orbits CSO-1 from Guiana Space Centre

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    19 Décembre 2018

    Wednesday 19 December, Soyuz accomplished a flawless launch from the Guiana Space Centre (CSG), Europe’s spaceport in Kourou, placing the CSO-1 security and defence Earth-observation satellite into Sun-synchronous orbit for the Ministry of Armed Forces. The launch marked Soyuz’s 20th straight success from the CSG since 2011.

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