Vega And Ariane 6 Woes Drive European Space Launch Crisis
Europe learned about sovereign access to space the hard way. In 1974, the Symphonie-A telecommunications satellite, a Franco-German design, was placed into orbit by a U.S. launcher. The good news was the agreement with NASA; the not-so-good news was that it followed the failure of a program to build...
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