2024TBD - PROBA 3 Coronagraph, PROBA 3 Occulter - Vega C (TBD) - Kourou ELV
Proba-3 is due to be flown by PSLV launcher from India next year.
MTG-S1 - Q3 2024
MTG-S1Planned launch date: Q3 2024
Arianespace @ArianespaceThe new targeted launch date is April 14, 2023, at:· 08:14 a.m. Washington, D.C. time,· 09:14 a.m. Kourou time,· 12:14 p.m. Universal time (UTC),· 02:14 p.m. Paris time,· 12:14 a.m., April 15, Tokyo time.
April 14 • Ariane 5 • JUICELaunch time: 1214:29 GMT (8:14:29 a.m. EDT)Launch site: ELA-3, Guiana Space Center, French Guiana
William Harwood @cbs_spacenewsA5/JUICE: LIFTOFF! At 8:14:29am EDT (1214 UTC)
Josef Aschbacher @AschbacherJosefNever has a PPT caused so much commotion! The slide was merely a condensed timeline graphic - 2024 could have been more to the right, I admit! Vega C Launch plan is still Dec 2023, A6 no date confirmed today.
Delay for New Sky NZ SatelliteBy Phil Sandberg28/02/2023Sky New Zealand announced in July 2020 that it had renewed its partnership with telecommunications operator Optus to deliver a new software-defined satellite to replace the existing D-series satellite.The new satellite was originally expected to be ready for service in late 2023. Optus has now confirmed that, based on the advice from the satellite’s manufacturer, various factors (including Covid and manufacturing and supply chain issues) have delayed the planned ready for service date of the satellite until late 2025....
One satellite is booked on an Ariane-5ECA rocket, while another will be launched on an Atlas-5(551) launch. Another launch contract was awarded to a Falcon-Heavy (Block 5)(ex). The first three satellites will be launched from 2020 to 2022. The Arianespace launch contract was in June 2019 changed to an Ariane-64 rocket for a 2021 launch. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the initial launch date slipped to 2023. Due to delays of Ariane-6, the third was moved off this launcher.
June 16 • Ariane 5 • Syracuse 4B & Heinrich HertzLaunch time: TBDLaunch site: ELA-3, Kourou, French Guiana
SpaceNews @SpaceNews_IncOHB expects first Ariane 6 launch in early 2024https://spacenews.com/ohb-expects-first-ariane-6-launch-in-early-2024/
WASHINGTON — A key Ariane 6 supplier expects the rocket to make its first launch within a year, but ruled out any chance the vehicle could fly before the end of 2023.In a May 10 earnings call, executives with German aerospace company OHB predicted that the rocket will make its long-delayed debut within the first several months of 2024, the strongest indication yet by those involved with the rocket’s development that it will not be ready for launch before the end of this year.“It’s not yet launched, but we hope that it will launch in the early part of next year,” said Marco Fuchs, chief executive of OHB, of Ariane 6 during a presentation about the company’s first quarter financial results. A subsidiary of OHB, MT Aerospace, produces tanks and structures for the rocket.
Date de lancement Pas avant 2025
TRITON is scheduled to launch with Vega at the end of August. That's what they write today on the island of Taiwan. https://news.ltn.com.tw/news/life/breakingnews/4307433Google translateQuoteTaiwan's first self-made weather satellite "Wind Hunter" will be launched at the end of August...2023/05/20 10:00[Central News Agency] Taiwan's first self-made weather satellite, the Wind Hunter, was originally scheduled to launch in the first quarter of this year, but due to the failure of the first commercial launch of the rocket responsible for the launch, the launch schedule was delayed; relevant officials pointed out that the Wind Hunter will be changed at the earliest by the end of August It was carried by another vehicle, Vega, and lifted off in French Guiana....
Taiwan's first self-made weather satellite "Wind Hunter" will be launched at the end of August...2023/05/20 10:00[Central News Agency] Taiwan's first self-made weather satellite, the Wind Hunter, was originally scheduled to launch in the first quarter of this year, but due to the failure of the first commercial launch of the rocket responsible for the launch, the launch schedule was delayed; relevant officials pointed out that the Wind Hunter will be changed at the earliest by the end of August It was carried by another vehicle, Vega, and lifted off in French Guiana....
https://centrespatialguyanais.cnes.fr/fr/dernier-lancement-ariane-5-va261QuoteLe 117e et dernier vol Ariane 5 est prévu pour le vendredi 16 juin, entre 18h16 et 20H01 (heure de Guyane), 23h16 et 00h01 heure de Paris. Sous la coiffe, les satellites militaires de télécommunications Heinrich-Hertz et Syracuse-4B.Google translation:The 117th and last Ariane 5 flight is scheduled for Friday June 16, between 6:16 p.m. and 8:01 p.m. (French Guiana time), 11:16 p.m. and 12:01 a.m. Paris time. Under the fairing, the military telecommunications satellites Heinrich-Hertz and Syracuse-4B.so launchwindow is: 21:16 to 23:01 UTCAssuming the local times are correct. The conversion to Paris time (CEST) is incorrect for the end time.
Le 117e et dernier vol Ariane 5 est prévu pour le vendredi 16 juin, entre 18h16 et 20H01 (heure de Guyane), 23h16 et 00h01 heure de Paris. Sous la coiffe, les satellites militaires de télécommunications Heinrich-Hertz et Syracuse-4B.
NASA has selected Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) of Hawthorne, California, to provide launch services for the Sentinel-6B mission. Sentinel-6B will continue the long-term global sea level data record begun in 1992 by Topex/Poseidon followed by Jason 1, 2, 3, and Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich. The mission is a partnership between NASA, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, ESA (European Space Agency), and the European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites.This is a firm fixed price contract with a value of approximately $94 million, which includes launch services and other mission related costs. The Sentinel-6B mission currently is targeted to launch November 2025, on a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from Space Launch Complex 4E at Vandenberg Space Force Base in California.
Planned launches:Date - Satellite(s) - Rocket - Launch Site - Time (UTC)2025TBD - ClearSpace-1 - TBD - Kourou
Vega C has been selected to launch the ClearSpace-1 spacecraft, an active debris removal mission. The launch is scheduled as soon as the second half of 2026.