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The highly modular design of Ariane 6 will offer institutional and commercial customers unprecedented flexibility, a critical attribute in the context of today’s rapidly changing market. With a very spacious fairing, it can loft any type of payload into an optimized energy-saving orbit, whether it be destined for low Earth orbit (LEO), geostationary transfer orbit (GTO) or sun-synchronous orbit (SSO). The new launcher is perfectly suited not only to ‘conventional’ single or dual missions, but also, with an upper stage powered by the re-ignitable Vinci® engine, to complex missions addressing new market requirements, such as all-electric propulsion satellites, or batches of satellites for constellations. Ariane 6 will be available in two different versions, so as to provide the ideal solution for any mission:

The four-booster Ariane 64 can launch up to 12 metric tons into GTO, in a dual launch.

The two-booster Ariane 62 can carry over 4.5 metric tons into GTO, or seven metric tons into SSO. Ariane 6 is a European Space Agency (ESA) program to ensure that Europe maintains independent space access capability.

The maiden flight of the new launcher is scheduled for 2020, with full operations from 2023, delivering a level of reliability equal to that of the current Ariane 5.

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