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Arianespace CEO Stephane Israel announcing Jan. 25 that an Ariane 5 carrying SES-14 and Al Yah 3 lost contact with the ground shortly after ignition of the rocket's upper stage.  The company later announced the satellites made it to orbit despite the anomaly. Credit: video still from Arianespace webcast
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Updated Rendition Heinrich Hertz Satellite
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Ariane 6 screen shot, no side boosters
An Ariane 5 lifts off Sept. 29 carrying the Intelsat-37e and Bsat-4a satellites in a mission postponed from earlier in the month. Credit: Arianespace live stream
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Arianespace CEO Stephane Israel, SpaceX President Gwynne Shotwell, ILS CEO Kirk Pysher and ULA CEO Tori Bruno at World Satellite Business Week 2017 in Paris. Credit: SpaceNews/Brian Berger
Dec. 18 Soyuz launch  of four satellites for O3b Networks’ Ka-band Internet trunking service. Credit: Arianespace
Arianespace CEO Stephane Israel, shown above in September 2016,  said the Eumetsat contract came to the European launch provider competitively, despite being a from European government customer. Credit: SpaceNews
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