Arianespace is the world’s leading satellite launch company. Founded in 1980, it deploys a family of three launchers – Ariane, Soyuz and Vega – to meet the needs of commercial and government customers.
“Delivering connectivity for everyone, everywhere!” Our 1st mission for @OneWeb was performed #OTD in 2019, deploying the service provider’s 6 initial satellites in low Earth orbit with Soyuz. An onboard camera provided a “launcher-eye view” of the satellites during separation.
Arianespace Ready for the Future
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📆 Aujourd’hui, le lancement du SNLE de troisième génération:
✅ 4 sous-marins qui navigueront entre 2035 et 2090
✅ L’emblème de notre souveraineté et l’assurance-vie de la 🇫🇷
✅ Le projet technologique le plus complexe au monde
Arianespace Flight ST28 - Launch Sequence
Touchdown! The next 36 @OneWeb satellites for launch by #Arianespace & #Starsem arrived in Russia and were subsequently transferred to Vostochny Cosmodrome – where they will lift off March 25 aboard #Soyuz. To learn more, check out our website 👉 https://t.co/SLSiEpiOBD
Countdown to the 40th anniversary of Ariane’s first launch !
Today we look back at the 20th Arianespace launch, which deployed TV-SAT 1...
Happy national day Japan! Our relationship w/ Japanese operators and public authorities enabled the launch of 32 GTO satellites. Since 1989 Arianespace has launched an average of 1 Japanese satellite per year. In 2020 we launched JCSAT-17 for #SKYPerfectJSAT ＆ BSAT-4b for #BSAT!
Ariane’s 16th flight marked a key step in the history of Europe’s launcher family. This final Ariane 1 version mission was the first to deploy a payload in Sun-synchronous orbit. Performed #OTD in 1986, it lofted Spot 1, the initial French Earth resources satellite for @CNES.