Arianespace’s third flight of 2016 demonstrated the medium-lift Soyuz launcher deploying five European satellites of varying sizes into three different low Earth orbits during a mission lasting four hours.Read More
The second Sentinel-1 satellite – Sentinel-1B – was launched 25 April 2016 to provide more ‘radar vision’ for Europe’s environmental Copernicus program.Read More
Replacement of the Soyuz launcher’s inertial system and other completed checks allow the launch countdown of Arianespace Flight VS14 to resume.Read More
Arianespace Soyuz Flight VS14 launch scrubbed due to an anomaly which occurred during the final chronology for Flight VS14, thus halting the countdown.Read More
Press Release: New Launch Delay For Arianespace Flight VS14 of 24 hrs – Soyuz – Sentinel-1B – Microscope – Fly Your Satellite!
Launch delay for Arianespace Flight VS14 of 24 hrs due to meteorological observations indicating a “red” weather conditions for the time of liftoff, initially set for Saturday, April 23, 2016. Therefore, Arianespace has decided not to undertake final fueling operations with the launcher.Read More
Press Release: Launch Scrubbed – Arianespace Flight VS14 – Soyuz – Sentinel-1B – Microscope – Fly Your Satellite!
Launch of Arianespace Flight VS14 – Soyuz – Sentinel-1B – Microscope – Fly Your Satellite! has been postponed for at least 24 hours due to weather concerns.Read More