With Ariane 6’s arrival next month, Arianespace will reenter a much-changed global launch market

by Peter B. de Selding

UPDATE June 5: The inaugural flight of the Ariane 6 heavy-lift vehicle has been set for July 9,  the Ariane 6 Task Force announced June 5. The task force consists of the 22-nation European Space Agency (ESA), prime contractor ArianeGroup and the French space agency, CNES.

SINGAPORE — Launch-service provider Arianespace, its long passage through the desert about to end with the arrival in July of the Ariane 6 heavy-lift vehicle, may have available slots in 2028 given the uncertain . . .

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