The James Webb Space Telescope finally takes shape
Airbus Safran Launchers renaming itself ‘ArianeGroup’
Airbus, Safran finalize Ariane joint venture
Meet Adeline, Airbus’ Answer To SpaceX Reusability
Desire for Competitive Ariane 6 Nudges ESA Toward Compromise in Funding Dispute with Contractor
ESA, Industry at Odds over Ariane 6 Funding Responsibilities
After Flirtation with SpaceX, Airbus Taps Ariane 5 for EDRS-C
French Space Minister Who Paved Way for Ariane 6 Resigns
Safran To Pay Airbus $1 Billion for Equal Stake in Joint Rocket Venture
Antonio Fabrizi, the Father of the Vega Rocket, Prepares To Take a Bow
Ariane 5 Launches Satellites for DirecTV, ISRO
ESA Members Agree To Build Ariane 6, Fund Station Through 2017
Satellite Operators Urge Swift Development of Ariane 6
Germany Agrees to Forgo Ariane 5 Upgrade in Favor of Next-generation Launcher
Ariane 6, Coface Financing Dominate French Space Meeting

To Win Over Germany, ESA Maps out How Ariane 6 Would Save Everyone Money


ESA is proposing to inject 8 billion euros into Europe’s launch sector over 10 years starting in 2015, including some 4.3 billion euros on a new Ariane 6 rocket.

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French Official Invokes U.S. Market ‘Dumping’ To Make Case for Ariane 6
Ariane 5’s 62nd Straight Success Puts Argentina in Satcom Driver’s Seat
ESA’s Ariane 6 Cost Estimate Rises with Addition of New Launch Pad

ISS Expected To Take Back Seat to Next-gen Ariane as Space Ministers Meet in Zurich


The space ministers of France, Germany and Italy are  to assess how far they are from agreement on strategy and funding for Europe’s next-generation Ariane rocket.

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